"Even a simple Brick can make a Difference"
Pink Floyd may not have much use for bricks, but Louie Kahn (one of the foremost architects of the late twentieth century) said that even a brick wants to be something. **A brick wants to be something.** It aspires. Even a common, ordinary brick wants to be something more than it is. Wants to be better than what it is.
That is what YOU can do for a brick. You can have it engraved, and turned into something far grander...a symbol of a success or a memorial to a lost loved one. And while this greatly benefits the brick, it can do even more for those who are honored.
Each Brick, properly set, forms a foundation for our children to grow and serve our families, community, and country, because the brick sales help support the valuable work of the F-M Education Foundation. An engraved brick in the ground is not just another brick in the wall!
The Education Foundation's Commemorative Brick-by-Brick program was established in 1997 and offers the opportunity to permanently commemorate students, teachers, administrators, staff, parents, volunteers and community members.
Engraved bricks with name and graduating class will be placed in a professionally designed and landscaped walkway at the F-M High School auditorium entrance.
To join the Brick-by-Brick program, read the engraving guidelines and complete the brick order form.
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