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?
Tuesday, March 20 – Lunch: Menu change – Pork Chop or Chicken filet w/mashed potatoes w/gravy
|Trafficking Speaker – March 20, 2018|
6:00 – Placement Test (Room 304)
7:00 – 8:30 – Community Event “Human Trafficking” in Minnesota
7-9:00 – VB High Voltage
Volunteer at Feed My Starving Children
When: Friday, April 13 – 8:00 – 9:30 PM
WHO: 30 Spots reserved – sign up in Mrs. Alvarez’s room
WHERE: Chanhassen Location
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.
Congratulations to our Crusader Boys Basketball team, section 2A champions. Their victory over Springfield earned them a place in this year’s Minnesota State Boys Basketball Tournament. The Crusaders have received the #1 seed in the state tournament. They will play at 11:00 AM on Thursday versus Mahnomen-Waubon at Williams Arena. What a blessing it is for our entire school community! GO CRUSADERS!
State Boys Basketball Tournament Information:
The Class A tournament bracket can be found at
Single Session Admission for the state basketball tournament is:
Adults: $14 Students: $9
We will be selling advance tickets in the Association Office for Thursday’s game. They will be available Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Advance tickets for semifinals and the championship will be available at the arena. Look for information to come via email and social media early in the week, as well as an announcement at the arena on Thursday.
We will run fan bus(es) both Thursday and Friday. The cost of the fan us does not include admission to the game. We will NOT be serving lunch so students will need to either bring a lunch or money for concessions. Thursday’s fan bus will leave at 9:30 AM. Friday’s fan bus will leave at either 8:00 AM or 10:15 AM.
Students can sign up for the fan bus in the association office. The cost is $5 per day and must be paid by Wednesday, March 21. (Fan bus fees are non-refundable.)
Parents, grandparents, and other adults are welcome to ride as well (they can pay when they get on the bus). Call Mrs. Loehrs x1003 or Mrs. Jopp x1001 to make your reservation. PLEASE NOTE: The fan bus to Target Center on Friday will require a six block walk from the parking site.
State t-shirts can be purchased at https://mayerlutheran.itemorder.com/. They will be delivered on Wednesday. These must be ordered by 4:00 PM on Monday, as the store will close at that time.
Radio and Online Streaming
All of the games will be broadcast on KGLB 1310 radio. You may listen online. In the upper righthand side of the page there is a Listen Live button. When you put your mouse over this button, it will list all of the company’s stations. Choose KGLB to listen to the games.
The quarterfinal games will be streamed online for free at Prep 45. The semifinals and finals can be purchased through Grand Stadium TV.
School Day Information:
The basketball team will play at 11:00 AM on Thursday and either 10:00 AM or 12:00 PM on Friday.
We will have an abbreviated day on Thursday. Periods 1, 2, and 3 will be held. School will be dismissed at 9:25 AM on Thursday.
If we play at 10:00 AM on Friday we will NOT have school. If we play at 12:00 PM we will run periods 4, 5, 6, and 7 and dismiss at 10:10 AM.
Lunch will NOT be served either day.
There will be a Pep Band bus on Thursday. If your student will be playing in the Pep Band, they will load the bus during first hour and will depart after second hour.
If your student will not be going to the state tournament, please make arrangements to pick them up when school is dismissed at 9:25 AM on Thursday or 10:10 AM on Friday. The Watertown-Mayer and Waconia bus will run at its normal time.
After the Game:
Students riding the Pep Band or fan bus(es) are expected to return to school on the bus they rode. The buses will not stop for food on the way back to school. Students needing to be picked up at Mayer Lutheran following the game will be asked to text their parents when the bus is approximately 30 minutes from the high school.