Thursday, April 5, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS Traill County Crop Improvement Association: Senior pursuing a degree in an agricultural-related field. Applicant’s family must be a resident of Traill County. Amount: $500 (4) Due: April 30th. PO Box 730, Hillsboro, ND 58045 (701) 636-5665. Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Program: Students enrolled in a career or technical degree/certificate grant in program in Fall 2017. Demonstrate financial need by being Pell Grant eligible. Amount: $2500 (1020) Due: June 15th. Apply at application.horatioalger.org VFW Post 4221 Doris M. Yates Scholarship: Student planning to attend a college or technical school. High scholastic achievement is not required for eligibility. Based upon work experience, extra-curricular involvement, and financial need. Amount: $1000 Due: April 13th. Address: Dolores Johnson 420 1st St. NM, Mayville, ND 58257. For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities see Mr. Varriano.

Miller’s Fresh Foods is currently taking applications for cashiers and stockers. Applications may be picked up at the store.

Hunter Education Classes will begin next Tuesday, April 10, 6:30-9:00 PM, at Norseman Hall in Portland. Subsequent classes are April 12, 13, 14, and 16. Sign up at http://gf.nd.gov/education/instruction/hunteredcourse.html.

Bison Quarterback, Easton Stick, will be speaking at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks this Sunday, April 8. Cost is $10 for Pizza Ranch beforehand. The sign-up sheet is on the FCA board in the entryway. Be at the school by 3:15 this Sunday if you would like to attend. Contact Jackson Rexine at 701-430-7323 if you have questions.

Third Quarter Report Cards will be given to parentsat Parent-Teacher Conferences TODAY and next Tuesday, 4:00 to 7:00 PM. All conferences are scheduled.

Junior Bank Board will meet next Monday, April 9, at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Boys Basketball Awards Night is tomorrow at 6:30.

FCCLA members! Grab a chapter officer application this week in the FACS room! We need your leadership!

Prom Picture order envelopes are in the office. Please fill out the form, put your money in the envelope, and bring it to Prom.

Today the Varsity Track Team will leave at 3:30 to compete in the Red River Valley Conference meet at UND starting at 5:00. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Chickenburgers, Cheesy Hashbrowns, Carrots, Caramel Apple Salad, Juice. 50¢ for a second sandwich.


Wednesday, April 4, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS Traill County Crop Improvement Association: Senior pursuing a degree in an agricultural-related field. Applicant’s family must be a resident of Traill County. Amount: $500 (4) Due: April 30th. PO Box 730, Hillsboro, ND 58045 (701) 636-5665. Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Program: Students enrolled in a career or technical degree/certificate grant in program in Fall 2017. Demonstrate financial need by being Pell Grant eligible. Amount: $2500 (1020) Due: June 15th. Apply at application.horatioalger.org VFW Post 4221 Doris M. Yates Scholarship: Student planning to attend a college or technical school. High scholastic achievement is not required for eligibility. Based upon work experience, extra-curricular involvement, and financial need. Amount: $1000 Due: April 13th. Address: Dolores Johnson 420 1st St. NM, Mayville, ND 58257. For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities see Mr. Varriano.

Miller’s Fresh Foods is currently taking applications for cashiers and stockers. Applications may be picked up at the store.

Hunter Education Classes will begin next Tuesday, April 10, 6:30-9:00 PM, at Norseman Hall in Portland. Subsequent classes are April 12, 13, 14, and 16. Sign up at http://gf.nd.gov/education/instruction/hunteredcourse.html.

Bison Quarterback, Easton Stick, will be speaking at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks this Sunday, April 8. Cost is $10 for Pizza Ranch beforehand. The sign-up sheet is on the FCA board in the entryway. Be at the school by 3:15 this Sunday if you would like to attend. Contact Jackson Rexine at 701-430-7323 if you have questions.

Third Quarter Report Cards will be given to parentsat Parent-Teacher Conferences TOMORROW and next Tuesday, 4:00 to 7:00 PM. All conferences are scheduled.

Junior Bank Board will meet next Monday, April 9, at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

There will be a meeting for all students interested in taking part in the Spring Play TODAY at Common Time on the Stage.

There will be an FBLA meeting TODAY at Common Time in the auditorium.

FCCLA members! Grab a chapter officer application this week in the FACS room! We need your leadership!

The Anatomy Class is touring the UND Med School today.

Today’s menu is Ham & Swiss Hotdish, Peas, Raspberry Turnovers, Juice.


Tuesday, April 3, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS VFW Post 4221 Doris M. Yates Scholarship: Student planning to attend a college or technical school. High scholastic achievement is not required for eligibility. Based upon work experience, extra-curricular involvement, and financial need. Amount: $1000 Due: April 13th. Address: Dolores Johnson 420 1st St. NM, Mayville, ND 58257. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities see Mr. Varriano.

Bison Quarterback, Easton Stick, will be speaking at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks this Sunday, April 8. Cost is $10 for Pizza Ranch beforehand. The sign-up sheet is on the FCA board in the entryway. Be at the school by 3:15 this Sunday if you would like to attend. Contact Jackson Rexine at 701-430-7323 if you have questions.

Third Quarter Report Cards will be given to parentsat Parent-Teacher Conferences this Thursday and next Tuesday, 4:00 to 7:00 PM. All conferences are scheduled.

Seniors: your Community Service Hours for April are due TODAY at 4:00.

There will be a meeting for all students interested in taking part in the Spring Play TOMORROW at Common Time in the Commons.

Cheryl Moen with Hallada Formal Wear will be here TODAY for those interested in tuxedos for Prom.

Students in Mrs. Hanson’s PE classes, please go to her classroom today.

There will be a meeting for those students going to FBLA Nationals today at 5:30 in the Commons.

FCCLA members! Grab a chapter officer application this week in the FACS room! We need your leadership!

Baseball and Softball players can take bus #3 to the hockey arena for practices after school.

Today is the LAST DAY TO SIGN UP FOR PROM AND POST PROM!

Today the Speech Team is excused at 2:50 to compete at Griggs County Central. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Chicken Teriyaki over Rice, Mixed Vegetables Pineapple, Fortune Cookies.


Thursday, March 29, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS VFW Post 4221 Doris M. Yates Scholarship: Student planning to attend a college or technical school. High scholastic achievement is not required for eligibility. Based upon work experience, extra-curricular involvement, and financial need. Amount: $1000 Due: April 13th. Address: Dolores Johnson 420 1st St. NM, Mayville, ND 58257. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities see Mr. Varriano.

Seniors: your Community Service Hours for April are due next Tuesday, April 2, at 4:00.

Juniors: Girls State applications are available in the office, and should be returned to the office by April 15.

There will be a meeting for all students interested in taking part in the Spring Play next Tuesday, April 3, at Common Time in the auditorium.

Cheryl Moen with Hallada Formal Wear will be here again today and next Tuesday for those interested in tuxes for Prom.

PROM GRAND MARCH AND POST PROM sign-up sheets are in the office. If you haven’t signed up please take care of it TODAY!!!

WANTED: Energetic, smart MayPort CG students to become a chapter officer for FCCLA next year. Applications and job descriptions are in the FACS room. Forms are due to Mrs. Capouch on April 16. Make a difference! Be a leader! Join the officer team!

There WILL be Speech Practice at the usual time TODAY. Please sign up for the Griggs County Speech Meet with Mrs. Dockter or contact her with your events. Thank you!

In recognition of Farm Month, the Joke of the day is: What do you give a sick pig? Oink-ment.

May-Port CG students, 7th grader Brady Sand & 8th grader Devin Fulton, attended the NASP State Archery competition March 24, at the State Fairgrounds in Minot, ND. In the bullseye competition, Devin shot a 269 placing him 48th overall out of 263 male shooters and 18th in the middle school division. Overall, Brady finished second out of 263 boys and he received a plaque for the 1st place middle school boys competitor with the highest score. They both competed in the 3-D shoot the same day in Minot and Devin earned a 241 placing him 77th out of 213 shooters. Brady shot a 285 out of a possible 300 points giving him a 1st place finish in points out of 213 shooters. Brady was one in the top 5 scores of the competition, so then the top 5 competed in a shoot off and the winner closest to a designated mark won a big game hunt in Wyoming. Brady won a $3,000 educational scholarship and earned an opportunity to go and compete at the national tournament in Kentucky in May.

Today’s menu is Hamburgers, Calico Beans, Cookies, Fruit. 50¢ for a second burger.

There will be NO SCHOOL tomorrow or next Monday. Have a blessed Easter!


Wednesday, March 28, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS VFW Post 4221 Doris M. Yates Scholarship: Student planning to attend a college or technical school. High scholastic achievement is not required for eligibility. Based upon work experience, extra-curricular involvement, and financial need. Amount: $1000 Due: April 13th. Address: Dolores Johnson 420 1st St. NM, Mayville, ND 58257. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities see Mr. Varriano.

There will be NO SCHOOL this Friday or next Monday because of the Easter break.

Cheryl with Hallada Formal Wear will be here at the high school again TODAY from 11:00 to noon to take orders for Prom Tuxes and to answer any questions you may have.

Seniors: your Community Service Hours for April are due next Tuesday, April 2, at 4:00.

Juniors: Girls State applications are available in the office, and should be returned to the office by April 15.

PROM GRAND MARCH AND POST PROM sign-up sheets are in the office. If you haven’t signed up please take care of it TODAY!!!

WANTED: Energetic, smart MayPort CG students to become a chapter officer for FCCLA next year. Applications and job descriptions are in the FACS room. Forms are due to Mrs. C on April 16. Make a difference! Be a leader! Join the officer team!

In recognition of Farm Month, the Joke of the day is: Why do cows like being told jokes? Because they enjoy being amoosed.

Congratulations to the May-Port CG FBLA Chapter and their excellent performance at the State Leadership Conference this past weekend in Bismarck! The following students placed in their events: Abby Freeland – Project Awareness 2nd Place National Qualifier; Abby Freeland – Chapter Scrapbook 5th Place; Ben Berdal and Julia Kohls : Local Chapter Annual Business Report 2nd place National Qualifier; Nathan McClenahen, Shelby Sedivec – Virtual Business Challenge Management 2nd place Fall, 1st place Spring National Qualifier; Olivia Gapp, Ahna Mehus, Hannah Ust – Virtual Business Challenge Management 1st place Fall National Qualifier; Preston Edinger – Virtual Business Challenge Management 6th Place Spring; Preston Edinger and Ben Berdal – Virtual Management Challenge Finance 1st place Fall and Spring Challenges; Katelin Grinde – Advertising 5th Place; Izak Morowski – Agribusiness 9th Place; Abby Freeland – Business Communications 4th Place National Qualifier; Julia Kohls – Business Communications 8th Place; Lucy Lindaas – Business Communications 7th Place; Ashley Held and Ashley Guzal-Community Service Project 2nd Place National Qualifier; Taylor Nelson – Computer Applications 6th Place; Ashley Guzal: Database Design 3rd Place National Qualifier; Rylee Thompson– Database Design 2nd Place National Qualifier; Taylyn Thompson – Database Design 1st Place National Qualifier; Jackson Braaten – Database Design 5th Place; Ben Berdal and Preston Edinger – Digital Video Production 3rd Place National Qualifier; Ashley Guzal – Healthcare Administration 4th place National Qualifier; Shelby Sedivec – Insurance and Risk Management 2nd Place National Qualifier; Konner Elliott – Insurance and Risk Management 7th Place; Gunnar Petersen – Insurance and Risk Management 9th Place; Ahna Mehus – Introduction to Business Communications 7th Place; Alexa Jacobson, Harley Parrow and Sophie Kloster – Introduction to Business Presentation 5th Place; Alexis Thomas – Introduction to Business Procedures 10th Place; Madisyn Beck – Introduction to FBLA 8th Place; Olivia Gapp – Introduction to FBLA 7th Place; Ava Nelson – Introduction to Information Technology 3rd Place National Qualifier; Sophie Kloster – Introduction to Information Technology 8th Place; Taylyn Thompson – Job Interview 4th Place National Qualifier; Hanna McIntyre and Isabelle Neset – Marketing 6th place; Rylee Thompson, Taylor Nelson, Amanda Kville, Jackson Braaten, Madisen Knudsvig Parliamentary Procedure 4th Place National Qualifier; Isabell Parker, Anna Strand, Ali Moen, Reagan McGillis and Kinsey Hanson – Parliamentary Procedure 5th Place; Kade Elliott – Securities and Investments 4th Place National Qualifier; Nathan McClenahen – Securities and Investments 6th Place; Nathan McClenahen, Gunnar Petersen, and Shelby Sedivec – Sports and Entertainment Management 5th Place; Abby Freeland, Ben Berdal and Preston Edinger– Sports and Entertainment Management 3rd Place National Qualifier; Grace Lovro – Spreadsheet Applications 10th Place; Addison Domier – Word Processing 9th Place. The MPCG FBLA Chapter also received the Gold Chapter award, and the Membership Achievement Award. Overall, May-Port CG FBLA took 2nd place in the Dorothy L. Travis Outstanding Chapter award! Great job everyone! Also, Mr. Torgeson received the Business Person of the Year in FBLA! Students who qualified for the National Competition will meet on Tuesday, April 3rd at 5:30 pm in the High School Commons along with their parents to get more information.

Today’s menu is Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, Mixed Vegetables, Chips & Salsa, Pears. 25¢ for a second sandwich.


Tuesday, March 27, 2018

There will be NO SCHOOL this Friday or next Monday because of the Easter break.

Cheryl with Hallada Formal Wear will be here at the high school again TOMORROW from 11:00 to noon to take orders for Prom Tuxes and to answer any questions you may have.

Staff: Please send April Newsletter Articles to the office by TOMORROW.

Seniors: your Community Service Hours for April are due next Tuesday, April 2, at 4:00.

Juniors: Girls State applications are available in the office, and should be returned to the office by April 15.

PROM GRAND MARCH AND POST PROM sign-up sheets are in the office. You do NOT need a date to attend the Post Prom Party. Please sign up by TODAY at 4:00 so the committee knows how many to plan for food.

In recognition of Farm Month, the Joke of the day is: What do cows like to dance to? Mooood Music.

The Varsity Track Team is excused at 12:45 today to compete in the meet in Wahpeton. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Congratulations to Mr. Torgeson who has received the Business Person of the Year Award for FBLA!

Today’s menu is Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Garlic Toast, Green Beans, Chocolate Tart, Juice.


Friday, March 23, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS American Legion Riders Scholarship: District #8 American Legion Riders will be awarding 5-$1000.00 scholarships to graduating ND students that are planning to continue their education. Must be the son/daughter of the following: military, wounded warrior, disabled vet, survivor of a military KIA. Amount: $1000 (5), Due: May 15th. Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange Scholarship: Eligible students must be enrolled in or entering a two-year technical program or a four-year college program in a construction-related field. Applicants evaluated on academic achievement, community and school involvement. Due: April 6th. Apply at: http://2.fmbx.org Traill County Farm Bureau Scholarship: Seniors who are residents of Traill County or have parents holding a Traill County Farm Bureau membership, planning on majoring in agriculture-related studies in college or technical school. Preference will be given to applicants whose parents are involved in an ag-related industry and to students involved in ND Farm Bureau. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Amount: $500 (4), Due: April 20th, PO Box 281, Portland, ND 58274 (701) 788-8880. For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Cheryl with Hallada Formal Wear will be here at the high school again next Wednesday, March 28, from 11:00 to noon to take orders for Prom Tuxes and to answer any questions you may have.

Seniors: your Community Service Hours for April are due next Tuesday, April 2, at 4:00.

Juniors who would like to take O.W.E. next year may pick up applications from Mrs. Strand.

Juniors: Girls State applications are available in the office, and should be returned to the office by April 15.

Everyone is welcome to a showing of “The Herman Stern Documentary” Sunday, March 25 at 4:30 in the high school auditorium. Herman Stern from Valley City was the founder of Straus Clothing. He was responsible for saving 125 people from persecution and possible death in Nazi Germany. The historian who worked on the documentary will be on hand to answer questions after the movie. Supper will follow. Free-will offering. Sponsored by the PLP Impact Team.

There will NOT be Early Incentive today. We WILL have it Thursday, March 29.

PROM AND POST PROM sign-up sheets are in the office. You do NOT need a date to attend the Post Prom Party.

Looking for summer work? The Mayville Water Park is looking for lifeguards! Must be 15 years old to take classes. Please contact Tristian Nelson by phone at 701-430-2250 or by email at tristian1996

The May-Port CG Summer Baseball and Softball Program is currently accepting registrations at www.mpcgbaseballboosters.com. Early bird registration ends April 7, and registrations after this date will have a $10 per player late fee added. The Board is also accepting applications for team coaches. All applications are available online under the Coaches tab.

In recognition of Farm Month, everyone is encouraged to dress a “color” on these days THIS WEEK, March 19-23: Today – Denim Blue/Dress like a Farmer.

Girls Basketball Awards Night is tonight at 6:30 here at the high school.

Busses will load at 9:10 this morning to take students to Prime Time at MSU. Those who have turned in forms allowing them to stay here will come to the Commons at that time. Students who did NOT turn in a form MUST go to Prime Time.

The Speech Team leaves tomorrow at 7:15 AM for the meet in Cooperstown, and the Track Team leaves at 11:30 to compete at the UND High Performance Center. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Cheese Pizza, Tuna Pasta Salad, Corn, Applesauce.


Thursday, March 22, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS American Legion Riders Scholarship: District #8 American Legion Riders will be awarding 5-$1000.00 scholarships to graduating ND students that are planning to continue their education. Must be the son/daughter of the following: military, wounded warrior, disabled vet, survivor of a military KIA. Amount: $1000 (5), Due: May 15th. Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange Scholarship: Eligible students must be enrolled in or entering a two-year technical program or a four-year college program in a construction-related field. Applicants evaluated on academic achievement, community and school involvement. Due: April 6th. Apply at: http://2.fmbx.org Traill County Farm Bureau Scholarship: Seniors who are residents of Traill County or have parents holding a Traill County Farm Bureau membership, planning on majoring in agriculture-related studies in college or technical school. Preference will be given to applicants whose parents are involved in an ag-related industry and to students involved in ND Farm Bureau. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Amount: $500 (4), Due: April 20th, PO Box 281, Portland, ND 58274 (701) 788-8880. For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Cheryl with Hallada Formal Wear will be here at the high school again next Wednesday, March 28, from 11:00 to noon to take orders for Prom Tuxes and to answer any questions you may have.

Juniors who would like to take O.W.E. next year may pick up applications from Mrs. Strand.

Juniors: Girls State applications are available in the office, and should be returned to the office by April 15.

Everyone is welcome to a showing of “The Herman Stern Documentary” Sunday, March 25 at 4:30 in the high school auditorium. Herman Stern from Valley City was the founder of Straus Clothing. He was responsible for saving 125 people from persecution and possible death in Nazi Germany. The historian who worked on the documentary will be on hand to answer questions after the movie. Supper will follow. Free-will offering. Sponsored by the PLP Impact Team.

There will NOT be Early Incentive tomorrow. We WILL have it Thursday, March 29.

The Prom sign-up sheet is in the office.

Looking for summer work? The Mayville Water Park is looking for lifeguards! Must be 15 years old to take classes. Please contact Tristian Nelson by phone at 701-430-2250 or by email at tristian1996

The May-Port CG Summer Baseball and Softball Program is currently accepting registrations at www.mpcgbaseballboosters.com. Early bird registration ends April 7, and registrations after this date will have a $10 per player late fee added. The Board is also accepting applications for team coaches. All applications are available online under the Coaches tab.

In recognition of Farm Month, everyone is encouraged to dress a “color” on these days THIS WEEK, March 19-23: Today – Dirt Brown; and Friday – Denim Blue/Dress like a Farmer.

Today’s menu is Chili, Crackers, Cheese Slices, Cornbread, Peaches.


Wednesday, March 21, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS American Legion Riders Scholarship: District #8 American Legion Riders will be awarding 5-$1000.00 scholarships to graduating ND students that are planning to continue their education. Must be the son/daughter of the following: military, wounded warrior, disabled vet, survivor of a military KIA. Amount: $1000 (5), Due: May 15th. Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange Scholarship: Eligible students must be enrolled in or entering a two-year technical program or a four-year college program in a construction-related field. Applicants evaluated on academic achievement, community and school involvement. Due: April 6th. Apply at: http://2.fmbx.org Traill County Farm Bureau Scholarship: Seniors who are residents of Traill County or have parents holding a Traill County Farm Bureau membership, planning on majoring in agriculture-related studies in college or technical school. Preference will be given to applicants whose parents are involved in an ag-related industry and to students involved in ND Farm Bureau. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Amount: $500 (4), Due: April 20th, PO Box 281, Portland, ND 58274 (701) 788-8880. For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Cheryl with Hallada Formal Wear will be here at the high school next Wednesday, March 28, from 11:00 to noon to take orders for Prom Tuxes and to answer any questions you may have.

Juniors who would like to take O.W.E. next year may pick up applications from Mrs. Strand.

Looking for summer work? The Mayville Water Park is looking for lifeguards! Must be 15 years old to take classes. Please contact Tristian Nelson by phone at 701-430-2250 or by email at tristian1996

The May-Port CG Summer Baseball and Softball Program is currently accepting registrations at www.mpcgbaseballboosters.com. Early bird registration ends April 7, and registrations after this date will have a $10 per player late fee added. The Board is also accepting applications for team coaches. All applications are available online under the Coaches tab.

In recognition of Farm Month, everyone is encouraged to dress a “color” on these days THIS WEEK, March 19-23: Today – Barn Red; Tomorrow – Dirt Brown; and Friday – Denim Blue/Dress like a Farmer.

Today’s menu is Salad Bar, Bean & Bacon Soup, PBJs, Fruit.


Tuesday, March 20, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS American Legion Riders Scholarship: District #8 American Legion Riders will be awarding 5-$1000.00 scholarships to graduating ND students that are planning to continue their education. Must be the son/daughter of the following: military, wounded warrior, disabled vet, survivor of a military KIA. Amount: $1000 (5), Due: May 15th. Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange Scholarship: Eligible students must be enrolled in or entering a two-year technical program or a four-year college program in a construction-related field. Applicants evaluated on academic achievement, community and school involvement. Due: April 6th. Apply at: http://2.fmbx.org Traill County Farm Bureau Scholarship: Seniors who are residents of Traill County or have parents holding a Traill County Farm Bureau membership, planning on majoring in agriculture-related studies in college or technical school. Preference will be given to applicants whose parents are involved in an ag-related industry and to students involved in ND Farm Bureau. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Amount: $500 (4), Due: April 20th PO Box 281, Portland, ND 58274 (701) 788-8880. For more information regarding these and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Mayville State University’s Comet Athletic Club is hosting its annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 24, 2018! Teams from 3rd grade through high school are welcome. The cost is $100 per team consisting of a maximum five players. Free shirts are given to all participants. Medals will be awarded to the top three places in each division. Games will start at 8:30 AM and all will be played on the MSU campus. Teams should register at least 30 minutes prior to the start of their first scheduled game. Brackets and game times will be posted on the website one day before the tournament. Website:http://www.mayvillestate.edu/alumni-friends/events/3-3-basketball-tournament/.

Juniors who would like to take O.W.E. next year may pick up applications from Mrs. Strand.

There will be a meeting for all Junior girls regarding Girls’ State TODAY at 3:05 in the Auditorium.

Cheryl with Hallada Formal Wear will be here at the high school Wednesday, March 21 from 11:00 to noon to take orders for Prom Tuxes and to answer any questions you may have.

The Prom Sign-up sheet is in the office.

Looking for summer work? The Mayville Water Park is looking for lifeguards! Must be 15 years old to take classes. Please contact Tristian Nelson by phone at 701-430-2250 or by email at tristian1996

FCCLA will meet during common time on Wednesday, March 21 in the FACS Room.

The May-Port CG Summer Baseball and Softball Program is currently accepting registrations at www.mpcgbaseballboosters.com. Early bird registration ends April 7, and registrations after this date will have a $10 per player late fee added. The Board is also accepting applications for team coaches. All applications are available online under the Coaches tab.

In recognition of Farm Month, everyone is encouraged to dress a “color” on these days THIS WEEK, March 19-23: Today – John Deere Green; Tomorrow – Barn Red; Thursday – Dirt Brown; and Friday – Denim Blue/Dress like a Farmer.

Congratulations to Ahna Mehus on her 1st place finish in the 800 meter run at the Cobber Track Meet!

Today’s menu is Taco Grinders, Cheese and Lettuce, Chips and Salsa, Pears.