Daily Announcements MPCG
Date: Monday, March 29th
Encouraging thought of the day:
“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.” – Epictetus
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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Track practice 3:45
JH Track practice 3:45
Baseball practice 3:45 @ HS
JH Baseball practice 3:45 @ HS
Softball practice 3:45 @ HS
JH Softball practice 3:45 @ HS/PBJ
Golf practice 4 @ Golf Course
Congratulations to Mrs. Gapp and all the students who worked so hard to make prom a huge success! Great job!!
SENIORS: Reminder, your pictures are due on Thursday, April 1 for graduation! All details were previously posted on Schoology for reference. Please email your slideshow photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, and your close-up photo (head and shoulders) to email@example.com. Thank you!
Don’t forget to order your 20-21 Yearbook! Yearbook orders are taken through the end of May. Get your name on the list today! Cost is $35 payable in the office or online at eFunds.
Senior Community Service Hours are due Wednesday by 4pm.
The MPCG Speech team did a great job competing at Midkota this past weekend. Individual results are as follows:
Lily Moch - 2nd in Serious, 2nd in Poetry
Piper Lindaas- 5th place in Serious
Maggie Palmer - 3rd place in Humorous Duo
Jacob McClenahen - 3rd place in Humorous Duo
Hannah Ostlie - 3rd in Storytelling
On Wednesday of this week, the sophomores and juniors are invited to an informational meeting for Close Up, an educational trip to Washington, DC with Mr. Kunkel, in the Spring of 2022. The meeting time has been changed to 8:00am in the auditorium.
Dual Credit paperwork is in the office for next Fall. Once you have it filled out please bring it to Mrs. Blotsky. These are due May 1.
It’s still March! Keep reading and recording those pages! The class who reads the most pages will win an ice cream party at the end of the month!
Anyone interested in doing stats for the baseball team, please contact Mr. Kunkel!
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Luther Memorial Home is looking for individuals to become Certified Nursing Aides and Transport Aides. Classes start today! See the bulletin board by Mrs. Strand’s room for more information.
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Clifford Elevator is looking for someone to work in the Agronomy Department/General Laborer. If you are interested contact Barry at 701-430-3971
Drumline will meet today at 2:25.
FBLA Members: Don’t forget if you are interested in becoming a 2021-2022 Local Chapter Officer, stop by and see Mrs. Strand or Mr. T. today! Voting will take place next week during our state leadership conference.
REMINDER: There is no school on Friday 4/2, Monday 4/5, and Tuesday 4/6. Have a great break!
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