Daily Announcements

SCHOLARSHIPS North Dakota Farmers Union Scholarship: Students who are current Farmers Union members. Field of study is not limited to agri-business, but should relate to/benefit rural America. Amount: $500 (2) Due: Jan 31st. Additional scholarship opportunities available at the national level. Address: P.O. Box 2136, Jamestown, ND 58402 (800) 366-8331 Download application at: www.ndfu.org/education/scholarships http://www.ndfu.org /education/scholarships. Steele County Soil Conversation Scholarship: Senior planning to pursue a career in an Ag-related field. Must be a resident of Steele County. Amount: $500, Due: March 1st. Steele County SCD, 101 Industrial Drive, Finley, ND 58230. North Dakota Crop Improvement & Seed Association: Student planning to attend the NDSU College of Agriculture. Applicant and/or guardian shall be a member of their respective County Crop Ag. Improvement Association. Amount: $1000 (3). Due: Feb. 15th. www.ndcropimprovement.org <http://www.ndcropimprovement.org>. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Columbia, an Ivy League college located in New York City, has a corps of ambassadors who spend their winter breaks giving presentations about their Columbia experiences to high school students from their hometowns. Blaine Campbell, who grew up in Grand Forks, has agreed to visit our school Thursday, January 11th for a presentation to take place in the auditorium between 2:45 – 3:25 pm. Students – grades 8 – 12 – interested in attending must sign up in the main office by the end of Tuesday, January 9th.

MPCG Patrioteers Youth Wrestling (4 years old thru 6th grade) is starting up with the first day of practice Tuesday, January 9 at the Portland gym. The Parent meeting will be TODAY at 5:30, also in the Portland gym. Call JoAnna Nielson (701-430-1977) or Ashley Mueller (701-429-0630) with questions. Facebook page “MPCG Wrestling Club”.

Junior Bank Board will meet next Monday, January 8th, at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Today the Girls Basketball Teams leave for Drayton at 3:45, JV starting at 6:00 followed by the Varsity; the Jr. Hi Girls Basketball Teams host HCV at PBJ starting at 4:00; and the Girls Hockey Team plays in Devils Lake at 7:00. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Barbecues, Tater Tots, Baked Beans, Mandarin Oranges. 50¢ for a second sandwich.


Wednesday, January 3, 2018

SCHOLARSHIPS North Dakota Farmers Union Scholarship: Students who are current Farmers Union members. Field of study is not limited to agri-business, but should relate to/benefit rural America. Amount: $500 (2) Due: Jan 31st. Additional scholarship opportunities available at the national level. Address: P.O. Box 2136, Jamestown, ND 58402 (800) 366-8331 Download application at: www.ndfu.org/education/scholarships http://www.ndfu.org /education/scholarships. Steel County Soil Conversation Scholarship: Senior planning to pursue a career in an Ag-related field. Must be a resident of Steele County. Amount: $500, Due: March 1st. Steele County SCD, 101 Industrial Drive, Finley, ND 58230. North Dakota Crop Improvement & Seed Association: Student planning to attend the NDSU College of Agriculture. Applicant and/or guardian shall be a member of their respective County Crop Ag. Improvement Association. Amount: $1000 (3). Due: Feb. 15th. www.ndcropimprovement.org <http://www.ndcropimprovement.org>. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Columbia, an Ivy League college located in New York City, has a corps of ambassadors who spend their winter breaks giving presentations about their Columbia experiences to high school students from their hometowns. Blaine Campbell, who grew up in Grand Forks, has agreed to visit our school Thursday, January 11th for a presentation to take place in the auditorium between 2:45 – 3:25 pm. Students – grades 8 – 12 – interested in attending must sign up in the main office by the end of Tuesday, January 9th.

MPCG Patrioteers Youth Wrestling (4 years old thru 6th grade) is starting up with the first day of practice Tuesday, January 9 at the Portland gym. The Parent meeting will be TOMORROW at 5:30, also in the Portland gym. Call JoAnna Nielson (701-430-1977) or Ashley Mueller (701-429-0630) with questions. Facebook page “MPCG Wrestling Club”.

Junior Bank Board will meet next Monday, January 8th, at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

There will be an FCA leaders’ meeting TODAY at 3:05 in the Commons.

Today’s menu is Chili Crispitos with Enchilada Sauce, Chips & Salsa, Cheese, Lettuce, Pears. 25¢ for a second entrée.


Tuesday, January 2, 2018

MPCG Patrioteers Youth Wrestling (4 years old thru 6th grade) is starting up with the first day of practice Tuesday, January 9 at the Portland gym. The Parent meeting will be Thursday, January 4 at 5:30, also in the Portland gym. Call JoAnna Nielson (701-430-1977) or Ashley Mueller (701-429-0630) with questions. Facebook page “MPCG Wrestling Club”.

Junior Bank Board will meet next Monday, January 8th, at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

The Jr High Girls Basketball Team will have practice at the PBJ right after school today.

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

Today’s menu is Chicken Nuggets, Rice, Green Beans, Applesauce.

Happy New Year!


Tuesday, December 19, 2017

SCHOLARSHIPS Polar Communications: sponsoring one participant from their service area on a tour of Washington DC to learn more about the telecommunications industry June 2 – 6. Polar pays all expenses, including $50 spending money. Students age 16 or 17 at the time of the tour are eligible to apply. Applicant’s parents must be subscribers of Polar Communications or one of its subsidiaries. Required to submit a one-page essay: "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Technology." Due: March 1st. Apply at: www.thinkpolar.com <http://www.thinkpolar.com> hit the scholarship tab, grey box under community. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

MPCG Patrioteers Youth Wrestling (4 years old thru 6th grade) is starting up with the first day of practice January 9 at the Portland gym. The Parent meeting will be January 4th at 5:30, also in the Portland gym. Call JoAnna Nielson (701-430-1977) or Ashley Mueller (701-429-0630) with questions. Facebook page “MPCG Wrestling Club”.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

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

There will be NO SCHOOL TOMORROW thru January 1. School will resume at the regular time on Tuesday, January 2. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course see Mr. Ulland by TODAY.

A HUGE THANKS to our Cooks for providing the fun Christmas games this week and last!

Juniors and Seniors – please complete the FINAL POST PROM SURVEY that was sent out by Mr. Torgeson on 12/14.

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

HCV invites everyone to wear Ugly Christmas Sweaters and other Christmas apparel to the Boys and Girls Basketball Games there this Thursday, starting at 4:30.

The lockers in both the boys and girls locker rooms need to be emptied out TODAY so they can be cleaned and sanitized over Christmas break.

FCCLA will meet TODAY at Common Time in the FACS room.

Good luck to Jaxon Freeberg, Caius Thomas, Nolan Wengeler, Logan Baker, Kendall Nelson, and Gavin Mewes in the Geography Bee this morning.

Mr. Hanson’s period 2 US History is to go to Mrs. Johnson’s English classroom for class today.

There were 214 pieces of candy in the jar guessing game in the office. Mrs. Connick had the closest guess at 213 and wins the Subway gift card! There was a tie for second with guesses of 212. Ryan Klath and Ryan Harper will split the candy. Claim your prizes in the office. Thanks to Terry for the fun game!

Today the Boys Basketball Teams host FSHP, 7th and 8th at PBJ starting at 4:00, with JV and Varsity here at the high school starting at 6:00. The Wrestlers leave at 3:45 to compete in Larimore, and the Girls Hockey Team plays EGF at home. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Chicken Patty on Bun, Cheesy Hashbrowns, Dixie Cups, Strawberries. 50¢ for a second patty.


Monday, December 18, 2017

SCHOLARSHIPS Polar Communications: sponsoring one participant from their service area on a tour of Washington DC to learn more about the telecommunications industry June 2 – 6. Polar pays all expenses, including $50 spending money. Students age 16 or 17 at the time of the tour are eligible to apply. Applicant’s parents must be subscribers of Polar Communications or one of its subsidiaries. Required to submit a one-page essay: "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Technology." Due: March 1st. Apply at: www.thinkpolar.com <http://www.thinkpolar.com> hit the scholarship tab, grey box under community. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

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

There will be NO SCHOOL December 20 thru January 1. School will resume at the regular time on Tuesday, January 2. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course see Mr. Ulland by TOMORROW.

TODAY and TOMORROW you may find a sticker on the bottom of your lunch plate. Show the Cooks and you’ll receive a gift! If the gift is something you cannot use, give it to someone else. Also, there is a guessing game in the office. First prize is a gift card to Subway, second prize is the candy. This game ends TODAY. Both games are compliments of our Cooks!

Juniors and Seniors – please complete the FINAL POST PROM SURVEY that was sent out by Mr. Torgeson on 12/14.

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

FCCLA will meet TOMORROW at Common Time in the FACS room.

The Jazz Band will play its annual Commons Christmas Concert TOMORROW morning at 8:00.

FCA will meet TODAY at 3:05 in the auditorium.

Today the Hockey Team is excused at 3:00 to play in Jamestown at 7:00, and the C Boys Basketball Team will leave at 5:45 to play in Hillsboro at 6:30. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Congrats to both JV and Varsity Girls Basketball Teams for their wins on Friday vs Warwick and Saturday vs Richland! Great sweep both nights!

Today’s menu is Hamburgers, Cheese Slices, Potato Salad, Peaches. 50¢ for a second Burger. BTW, there will be NO BREAKFAST served tomorrow.


Friday, December 15, 2017

SCHOLARSHIPS Polar Communications: sponsoring one participant from their service area on a tour of Washington DC to learn more about the telecommunications industry June 2 – 6. Polar pays all expenses, including $50 spending money. Students age 16 or 17 at the time of the tour are eligible to apply. Applicant’s parents must be subscribers of Polar Communications or one of its subsidiaries. Required to submit a one-page essay: "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Technology." Due: March 1st. Apply at: www.thinkpolar.com <http://www.thinkpolar.com> hit the scholarship tab, grey box under community. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

There will be NO SCHOOL December 20 thru January 1. We will resume classes at the reuglar time on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Have a wonderful Christmas!

SCRUBS Camp Applications are due TODAY.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

Junior Bank Board meets next Monday, December 18 at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course see Mr. Ulland by December 19.

All students taking School-to-Work this semester and those that are interested in taking it next semester should stop and see Mrs. Connick by the end of the day TODAY.

TODAY and next Monday and Tuesday you may find a sticker on the bottom of your lunch plate. Show the Cooks and you’ll receive a gift! If the gift is something you cannot use, give it to someone else. Also, there is a guessing game in the office. First prize is a gift card to Subway, second prize is the candy. This game ends Monday. Both games are compliments of our Cooks!

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Today the Girls Basketball Teams leave at 3:45 to play in Warwick, JV starting at 6:00, followed by the Varsity, and the C Boys Basketball Team hosts Hatton-Northwood at 6:00. Tomorrow the Girls Basketball Teams host Richland, JV starting at 3:00, followed by the Varsity, and the Wrestlers take part in the Valley City tournament. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Chicken Nuggets, Rice, Corn, Banana Pudding with Bananas.


Thursday, December 14, 2017

SCHOLARSHIPS Polar Communications: sponsoring one participant from their service area on a tour of Washington DC to learn more about the telecommunications industry June 2 – 6. Polar pays all expenses, including $50 spending money. Students age 16 or 17 at the time of the tour are eligible to apply. Applicant’s parents must be subscribers of Polar Communications or one of its subsidiaries. Required to submit a one-page essay: "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Technology." Due: March 1st. Apply at: www.thinkpolar.com <http://www.thinkpolar.com> hit the scholarship tab, grey box under community. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Sanford Health Center is hosting a SCRUBS Camp Monday, January 15, from 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM at Sanford in Mayville. Students in grades 8-11 are invited to attend. The camp exposes students to careers in the health field. If interested, pick up an application from Mrs. Hanson. Applications are due TOMORROW, December 15th & it is limited to 25 students.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

Junior Bank Board meets next Monday, December 18 at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course next semester must get paperwork from Mr. Ulland. The forms are due by Christmas break, December 19.

All students taking School-to-Work this semester and those that are interested in taking it next semester should stop and see Mrs. Connick by the end of the day TOMORROW.

TODAY, TOMORROW and next Monday and Tuesday you may find a sticker on the bottom of your lunch plate. Show the Cooks and you’ll receive a gift! If the gift is something you cannot use, give it to someone else. Also starting TODAY there will be a guessing game in the office. First prize is a gift card to Subway, second prize is the candy. This game ends Monday. Both games are compliments of our Cooks!

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

There will be FCCLA STAR Events work night TONIGHT from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. Members who signed up for STAR Events should try to attend!

The winners of the Book Fair Prizes are Kyra Mortenson, Taylyn Thompson, Griffith Thomas, and Danica Hanson. Please stop by the library to pick up your prize!

Tonight the Boys Basketball Teams play in Park River. Jr. Hi, JV and Cheerleaders are excused at 1:45; Varsity will leave 3:30. Game times are 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 and 7:30. Also, the Girls’ Hockey Team plays Detroit Lakes at home. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

Today’s menu is Fishburgers, Augraten Potatoes, Peas, Oreo Dessert, Juice. 50¢ for a second sandwich.


Wednesday, December 13, 2017

SCHOLARSHIPS Polar Communications: sponsoring one participant from their service area on a tour of Washington DC to learn more about the telecommunications industry June 2nd – June 6th. Polar pays all expenses, including $50 spending money. Students age 16 or 17 at the time of the tour are eligible to apply. Applicant’s parents must be subscribers of Polar Communications or one of its subsidiaries. Required to submit a one-page essay: "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Modern Technology." Due: March 1st. Apply at: www.thinkpolar.com <http://www.thinkpolar.com> hit the scholarship tab, grey box under community. For more information regarding this and many other scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Varriano.

Sanford Health Center is hosting a SCRUBS Camp Monday, January 15, from 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM at Sanford in Mayville. Students in grades 8-11 are invited to attend. The camp exposes students to careers in the health field. If interested, pick up an application from Mrs. Hanson. Applications are due this Friday, December 15th & it is limited to 25 students.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

Junior Bank Board meets next Monday, December 18th at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course next semester must get paperwork from Mr. Ulland. The forms are due by Christmas break, December 19.

All students taking School-to-Work this semester and those that are interested in taking it next semester should stop and see Mrs. Connick by the end of the day Friday.

TOMORROW and Friday, and next Monday and Tuesday you may find a sticker on the bottom of your lunch plate. Show the Cooks and you’ll receive a gift! If the gift is something you cannot use, give it to someone else. Also starting tomorrow there will be a guessing game in the office. First prize is a gift card to Subway, second prize is the candy. This game ends Monday. Both games are compliments of our Cooks!

Middle School students have brought a total of 820 items for the food pantry. This means we need 380 more items to reach our goal of 1200. 6C has brought 269 items; 6K 152; 7G 57; 7J 55; 8H 133; and 8J 154. High school numbers are as follows: Seniors 278; Juniors 292; Sophomores 230; and Freshmen 323 for a total of 1123, just 177 short of their goal of 1300! The Food Drive ends TODAY! Remember, if you want to take part in the rewards, you must bring at least 10 items each.

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

There will an FBLA meeting at Common Time TODAY in the auditorium. Members: Raffle Tickets are DUE this FRIDAY, December 15th by 9 AM!!!!

There will be FCCLA STAR Events work night TOMORROW from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. Members who signed up for STAR Events should try to attend!

Today’s menu is Barbecues, Baked Beans, Chips, Jello, Apples. 50 ¢ for a second sandwich.


Tuesday, December 12, 2017

REVISED 10:30

Sanford Health Center is hosting a SCRUBS Camp Monday, January 15, from 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM at Sanford in Mayville. Students in grades 8-11 are invited to attend. The camp exposes students to careers in the health field. If interested, pick up an application from Mrs. Hanson. Applications are due this Friday, December 15th & it is limited to 25 students.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

Junior Bank Board meets next Monday, December 18th at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course next semester must get paperwork from Mr. Ulland. The forms are due by Christmas break, December 19.

This Thursday and Friday, and next Monday and Tuesday you may find a sticker on the bottom of your lunch plate. Show the Cooks and you’ll receive a gift! If the gift is something you cannot use, give it to someone else.

Middle School students have brought a total of 731 items for the food pantry. This means we need 469 more items to reach our goal of 1200. 6C has brought 247 items; 6K 142; 7G 35; 7J 55; 8H 109; and 8J 143. High school numbers are as follows: Seniors 278; Juniors 292; Sophomores 230; and Freshmen 323 for a total of 1123, just 177 short of their goal of 1300! The food drive ends TOMORROW, so we have only 2 days left to bring. Remember, if you want to take part in the rewards, you must bring at least 10 items each.

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

There will an FBLA meeting at Common Time tomorrow in the auditorium. Members: Raffle Tickets are DUE this FRIDAY, December 15th by 9 AM!!!!

There will be FCCLA STAR Events work night Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. Members who signed up for STAR Events should try to attend!

The Jr. Hi Girls Basketball Teams are excused today at 2:55 to play at Central Cass starting at 4:30; the high school Boys Basketball Teams play at Northern Cass, C Squad starting at 4:30 followed by the JV and Varsity; the Jr. Hi Boys Basketball Teams host HCV starting at 4:00 here at the high school; the Hockey Team hosts Wahpeton Breckenridge at 7:00; and the Girls Hockey Team plays in Bemidji. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

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


Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Sanford Health Center is hosting a SCRUBS Camp Monday, January 15, from 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM at Sanford in Mayville. Students in grades 8-11 are invited to attend. The camp exposes students to careers in the health field. If interested, pick up an application from Mrs. Hanson. Applications are due this Friday, December 15th & it is limited to 25 students.

There will be Open Swim time at the MSU Pool December 18, 20, 23, 27, 30, January 3 & 6 from 2:30 to 4:30, and January 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Cost is $2.

Junior Bank Board meets next Monday, December 18th at 7:30 AM in the Mayville office.

Students planning to take a College Dual Credit Course next semester must get paperwork from Mr. Ulland. The forms are due by Christmas break, December 19.

This Thursday and Friday, and next Monday and Tuesday you may find a sticker on the bottom of your lunch plate. Show the Cooks and you’ll receive a gift! If the gift is something you cannot use, give it to someone else.

Middle School students have brought a total of 731 items for the food pantry. This means we need 469 more items to reach our goal of 1200. 6C has brought 247 items; 6K 142; 7G 35; 7J 55; 8H 109; and 8J 143. We have 863 food items for high school! Need 437 more. The food drive ends TOMORROW, so we have only 2 days left to bring. Remember, if you want to take part in the rewards, you must bring at least 10 items each.

Students who took the PSAT can get their results from Mr. Varriano, who is here Tuesdays and Thursdays.

There will an FBLA meeting at Common Time tomorrow in the auditorium. Members: Raffle Tickets are DUE this FRIDAY, December 15th by 9 AM!!!!

There will be FCCLA STAR Events work night Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. Members who signed up for STAR Events should try to attend!

The Jr. Hi Girls Basketball Teams are excused today at 2:55 to play at Central Cass starting at 4:30; the high school Boys Basketball Teams are excused at 3:00 to play at Northern Cass, C Squad starting at 4:30 followed by the JV and Varsity; the Hockey Team hosts Wahpeton Breckenridge at 7:00; and the Girls Hockey Team plays in Bemidji. Let’s all come out and support the Patriots!

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