SCHOLARSHIPS North Dakota Rural Water Systems Association: Seniors enrolling in Bismarck State College’s Water & Treatment Technology program OR a child or grandchild of a current city/rural water system employee, OR elected city/rural water system official. Preference will be given to North Dakota residents. Based on career goals, leadership activities, financial need and an essay. Amount: $8000 in scholarships, Due: April 28th. 2718 Gateway Avenue, Suite 201, Bismarck, ND 58503, (800) 349-6951. America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Scholarship: Sponsored by Monsanto, the selection process takes into account the whole student – FFA involvement, work experience, Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE), community service, leadership skills and academics. Students need two farmer endorsements on their application. Amount: $1500 (over 1800). Enrollment date: Nov.15- Feb 1st. Apply at: www.FFA.org/scholarships <http://www.FFA.org/scholarships> . For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities see Mr. Varriano.
Seniors, your Community Service Hours for December are due TODAY at 4:00.
Our December Newsletter has been mailed to those parents who have requested it, and is also on our website, mayportcg.com.
Students interested in attending Mayville State University and still haven’t applied, or are just undecided: On December 15th, they will have a FREE APPLICATION DAY! Students can start the application process now and submit the application on December 15th and the $35 application fee will be waived. (on the payment screen, they must click “mail in check” and the fee will be waived). Need a little more information on MSU? Text “Comets” to 72727 and you can get our view book right on your phone. If you have questions, contact Maria Carmen Pena at (701) 788-4612.
Sanford Mayville Medical Center is holding a UND R-COOL-Health Scrubs Camp. The program is sponsored by UND, and focuses on increasing awareness and sparking interest in students in grades 8-12 by introducing students to a variety of health careers in rural North Dakota through creative and interactive activities. The camp will be held at Sanford Mayville Medical Center on Monday, January 16, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM. There is no cost to students, and a lunch and snacks are provided. Applications can be picked up and returned to Stacy Hanson by the deadline of December 16th. For more information, contact Doris Vigen at 701-788-3800 or doris.vigen.
It is time to sign up for the 2018 educational trip to Spain. All students who have completed Spanish II or will complete Spanish II by May of 2018 are eligible. You will receive a $200 discount if you register by TODAY. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Germundson.
As of this morning, the Middle School Food Drive has a total of 489 items! 7J is in the lead with 145 items. Let’s all start bringing to get to our goal of 1300 (and the movie)!
The following students see Joan sometime today: Marcus Dale, Taylor Ells, Seth Germundson, Madisen Knudsvig, Theresa Nelson.
Reminder to all students–You MUST pay for a 2nd entree at lunch WHEN you take it. If you do not have the $.50, don’t take the second one.
Practice schedule for boys and girls basketball for tomorrow, December 1st and Friday December 2nd: JH Girls basketball 6:45 am at the HS; JH Boys Basketball 3:45 at the Armory; HS Girls Basketball 3:45 at HS; HS Boys Basketball 6:00 at HS.
Congratulations to Oliver Marquardt who, along with other selected members of the Grand City Children’s Choir, performed at the Empire Theatre in Grand Forks last night, with Kat Perkins, a finalist on the TV show, “The Voice”.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Girls Basketball Teams on their wins over Dakota Prairie last night!!
Today’s menu is Barbecues, Chips & Salsa, Carrots, Pears. 50¢ for a second sandwich.
Congratulations to Cailee Peterson on being nominated as May-Port CG’s representative on the North Dakota Academic All-State Team. Congratulations Cailee!