Peter Boe Jr. Elementary
20 2nd St NW
Mayville, ND 58257
May-Port CG HS/MS
900 Main St. West
Mayville, ND 58257
May-Port CG has several organizations for students to be a part of. If a organization is underlined, click on it to visit the organization webpage.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) deals with all areas of family and consumer science. Students in grades 7-12 may join this organization. Members may attend state and national leadership conferences. Mrs. Faye Duncan is the advisor
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) incorporates all areas of the business field and helps members learn about today’s business world. Members compete in a State Leadership Conference to test the skills they have learned. Those who place first at the State Conference may attend the National Conference. Mr. David Torgeson is the Head Adviser and he is assisted by Mrs. Cindy Strand
Jazz Band is made up of band members in grades 9-12 who are interested in playing jazz tunes in a more relaxed manner. Two practices a week gets this group ready for each concert. Tryouts are in the fall. MS students may also earn the right to participate in this organization. Advisor is Mr. Jeremy Marquardt.
Junior Bank Board
Junior Bank Board of Directors is open to seniors who are interested in learning more about the operations of a bank. The group meets two mornings each month at the First and Farmers Bank in Portland and travels to Minneapolis in the spring to visit various institutions including the Grain Exchange. Applications are taken in the fall. The Junior Bank Board is under the direction of Mr. Tom Capouch, bank president.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society membership is possible for juniors and seniors who have maintained a 3.3 or better gpa, have participated in community service and volunteer activities, and have demonstrated good leadership, citizenship and a genuine concern for the well being of others. Members are selected by a faculty committee. Mrs. Nancy Jallo is the advisor.
One Act Play
One-Act Play prepares for regional and state competition in November and presents local performances for students and the public. Students in grades 7-12 may participate. A spring play is also produced, when possible. Advisor is Mr. Jon Fugleberg
The Speech Team is also open to students in grades 7-12, with novice and varsity meets taking place throughout the year. Members earn the right to compete at the state level. Coach is Mrs. Linn Dockter
Student Council membership is open to all students. The Student Council representatives organize the activities of the student body. They also are involved in fund raising events and sponsor fun activities for the students. Student Council is open to interested students who will attend meetings consistently. Class officers must be active members of student council. Mrs. Heather Torgeson is the advisor.
Swing Choir is made up of students in grades 9-12 who are interested in singing and “dancing” to pop songs. One morning practice each week gets this group ready for each concert. Auditions are in the fall.