Daily Announcements MPCG
Date: Monday, February 22nd
Encouraging thought of the day:
“The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up.” – Mark Twain
Our Mission at MPCG is C.L.E.A.R!
Every student can and should
Expect to be CHALLENGED every day
Expect to LEARN every day
Expect to be EMPOWERED every day, and to be the best student you can be
Expect to receive ASSISTANCE when needed
Expect to be given RESPECT and to give RESPECT in return.
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It’s game day!!!
Girls BB @ Region Tournament (Betty Engelstad Arena GF) v. Midway-Minto 8:00 leave 5:00
***Tickets are available for purchase at the door at the Betty**
GOOD LUCK PATRIOTS!!!!
Girls Hockey practice 4:15
Cheer practice 4:00 MS Commons
Boys BB practice 6:00 am @ HS
Jr High Boys BB practice 4:00 @ HS
Thank you to the FBLA members that participated last week! The elementary coin jars raised $1,578.24 for the March of Dimes!! Great work, kids!
Congratulations to the speech team on taking 1st place as a whole on their meet last Saturday. The individual results are as follows:
Ava Nelson, 1st in Radio, 2nd in Serious Duo
Teri Nelson, 2nd in Serious Duo
Lily Moch, 1st in Poetry, 3rd in Serious
Hailey Berg, 1st in Humorous, 2nd in EPR
Piper Lindaas 5th in Serious
Jacob Berg 2nd in Humorous Duo, 4th in Humorous
Maggie Palmer 2nd in Humorous Duo
Hannah Ostlie 2nd in Storytelling
Jacob McClenahen 3rd in Humorous
The Track & Field BSN Shop is now open! The team code is MPCGTF21 or you can click HERE. The shop closes on March 4th.
Today is the start of National FFA Week (Feb. 22-26th!) Every day there will be dress-up days for BOTH middle and high school students, grades 6-12. Prizes will be awarded each day for the best dressed middle school and high school student! You DO NOT need to be in FFA to participate! The dress up days are as followed:
Monday- 'Merica Day
Tuesday- Flannel Day
Wednesday- FFA Day/Blue and Gold Day
Thursday- Camo Day
Friday- Boot and Hat Day
In addition to dress up days, we will be having an FFA week Assemblies this Wednesday, a 6-8th grade Assembly and a 9-12 Assembly. The staff members with the most money in their jar by Wednesday morning will Kiss a LIVE critter during the assemblies! Please bring your spare change to put in the staff members jar in the outside of the office that you want to see Kiss a Live Critter! The money that will be raised will be going to a local charity! We also will be having a scavenger hunt for grades 6-12. You do not need to be an FFA member to participate! There is one item hidden within the school. Each day you will be given a clue. If you find the item, please bring it to Mrs. Kieffer for a prize. Today’s clue is: My letters are corn gold, make sure you look high and look low. Happy looking!
SENIORS: Community Service Slips will be due next Monday, March 1st, by 4:00.
Detention: Mrs. Gapp