Oct 28 MS/HS Announcements

Daily Announcements MPCG

Date: Monday, October 28

Encouraging thought of the day: 

It was a sad ending to our MPCG Patriots Football Season- but we are so proud of you boys! Thanks for an awesome season to watch. Hold your heads high!

Congratulations to OUR MPCG XC Team! Girls placed 8th and Boys placed 14th. Placing top 50 were: Anna Strand 33rd, Tatum Mehus 36th, Isabell Parker 48th, and Tanner Lundwall 26th. 

Remember to have Patriot Pride today in ALL YOU DO!

Our Mission is C.L.E.A.R. at MPCG We CHALLENGE ourselves, we LEARN daily, we EMPOWER one another, and we strive to ASSIST and RESPECT one another. 

On the Lunch Menu today: 

BBQ/Bun *50¢ for an extra 
Green Beans 
Raspberry Turnover 

Daily Activities:

1:00 Assembly grades (6 optional) 7-12 Mash Unit Group in the Auditorium.

7:00 Boys Basketball & Wrestling Parents Meeting

Daily Reminders:

The Girls Basketball Parent Meeting has been scheduled for Nov 5th at 7:00, following Parent Teacher Conferences.

Reminder: 3 Tardys in any one class period equals 1 absence. Please be cognisant of the 10 day a semester rule. Remember, if you go over your ten days for absenteeism a semester you will lose credit for that class. Please BE ON TIME TO SCHOOL!

Our Sophomores will attend the Northern Valley Career Expo in Grand Forks on Wednesday, October 30th. Students will need to be at the school and seated on the bus by 8:00 AM. In addition, students will be responsible for their own lunch, either bringing money or packing a lunch.

Softball players!  We are offering a Softball Pitching Clinic to girls ages 5-18 every Sunday 6:30-8:30 PM at the Mayville Armory. Beginners session is at 6:30 PM. Returners session is at 7:30 PM. Instructors are Tracy McGillis (701-430-1809) and MSU pitcher Shaye Kemball.  Please text if you have any questions.

LET'S DO IT AGAIN!!!  Feed My Starving Children is coming back to the Mayville Armory on Nov, 22-23.  Go to FMSC.org to register as an individual, family or group.  You can also go to FMSC.org to donate as we need to raise $22,000 to pack these meals.  We need volunteers as well as donations.  $88 feeds a child for a year.  Not everyone can afford the time or the money on a mission trip--make this your mission.  

Seniors- if you have started making final decisions about your future, whether that be a career path or college- we want to hear about it! Let Mrs. Blotsky know!

Reminder: If you have been assigned a detention you serve it THE SAME DAY at 3:30, if you don’t attend the 3:30 detention you serve 7:30am the following day. If you miss a detention you will automatically serve double. Please take responsibility to attend your assigned detention hours. I will be coming around this morning to visit with students who missed detention yesterday and this morning. 

Detention Room/Detention Duty: 

Mrs. Hanson