Friday, Feb. 16 – Lunch – Chicken Nuggets or BBQ chicken Legs & Mashed Potatoes
9:00 – Chapel
Chapel Assistants – Katie & Katelyn
3-9:00 PM – Grade School Basketball Tournament @ MLHS
6/7:30 – GBB – @ LeSueur Henderson H.S. – bus leaves at 4:15
NO WEIGHT LIFTING TODAY DUE TO THE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Saturday, Feb. 17
8:30 – 8:30 – Grade School Basketball Tournament @ MLHS
3/3/4:30 – BBB @ Belle Plaine H.S. – Bus leaves @ 1:45
Sunday, Feb. 18
Noon – 8:00 PM – Grade School Basketball Tournament @ MLHS
No School on Monday, Feb. 19
All students interested in participating in track this spring should sign up on the signup sheet outside Mr. Gustin’s office.
All girls interested in playing softball this spring should sign up on the signup sheet outside Mr. Gustin’s office.
New & current drivers! If you have not registered your vehicle in the office do it today. We need the make/model/color/year and license plate number. See Mrs. Jopp today.
DS Driving School will be here TODAY DURING LUNCH.
Senior Pictures! Send it to Mrs. Martin via email by March 1st. Thank you!
Fruit to Support the Band Tour
MinnTex fruit sale by band students for their tour on March 23rd. Sale dates: February 23 – March 9. Fruit will be delivered on March 16. Payment is due at the time of order. Contact any member of the band to place your order. The fruit is really good.
Spiritwear sale: Save 15% on any order over $60. Use the promo code FEB18 at checkout.
Several Opportunities Available!
GIRLS STATE FOR JUNIORS
Junior Girls: If you have an interest in learning more about our government, then you might want to get involved with Girls State! This summer it will be held at Bethel University from June 10-16. If you are interested please see Mrs. Kelzer for the details. Deadline: February 28. Each summer, approximately 16,000 young women participate in weeklong ALA Girls State programs across the nation. Every American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program operates with the same patriotic values through a nonpartisan curriculum where students assume the roles of government leaders, campaigning in mock parties (often called “Federalists” and “Nationalists”) to become mayors and county and state officials of their ALA Girls State. The program is a weeklong immersive learning experience, often held on a college campus where girls live in “cities” within a dormitory-like setting. The learning, experience, memories, and friendships last a lifetime.