Crusader Council Application Process for both elected and appointed Positions began this week. Check out moodle.
Wednesday, March 14 – Lunch: Italian Dunkers w/sauce & Tri-Taters
8:00 – Quarter 3 Grades are due
9:00 – Chapel – Pastor Triplett – Chapel Assistants: James & Joey
5:30 – Mayer Lions Club Meeting Room 304
7:00 – Defending the Faith Class Room 101
BBB team will play Springfield on Friday at 6:00pm at MN State Mankato. Presale tickets are available in the Association Office. The price is the same as the site, but you can avoid waiting in line by getting them early. Come cheer the boys on. Go Crusaders!
A representative from Oak Hills Christian College in Bemidji will be here on Thursday, March 15 at 9 am to visit with any interested junior or senior. Please see Mrs. Jopp for a pass if needed.
Golf team meeting is Thursday, March 15, 3:15 in Mr. Loontjer’s room, Room 104. All interested should attend.
Any student interested in being a member of the trapshooting team this spring needs to be registered by Thursday, March 15 and paid up in the Association Office. If you are not, you will not be allowed to participate! No Exceptions!
Mayer Lutheran High School Theatre Presents “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder.
Dates: March 16, 17 @ 7:00 PM
March 18 – 2:00 PM
March 19 – Festival Music Concert featuring the Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir, Elementary band. Mark your calendar to come out and support our musicians.
Defending the Faith (Adult Education) – Wednesdays April 4 thru May 16, 2018. Sign up by using the link https://mlhs.wufoo.com/forms/defending-the-faith-for-parents or call the school office at 952-657-2251 ext. 0. There is no cost other than purchasing a copy of Lee Strobel’s book, The Case for Christ.
Tuesday, March 20 – 7:00 – 8:30 PM – Free public event. Bring your Questions and friends! Human Trafficking
It doesn’t happen here…OR DOES IT?
To all Junior Boys! If you have an interest in learning more about our government, then you are invited to attend Boys State! Legion Boys State is a practical training program in local and state government in which selected boys participate in actual learning experiences. Young men will learn the principles of the representative form of government and governmental affairs. There are several democratic activities, organizing your own city and state, choosing government officials, introducing bills, etc. It takes place on St. John’s University campus June 10-16, 2018. The fee has already been paid. Please see Mrs. Kelzer if you have an interest in attending.