Daily Announcements MPCG

Date: Thursday, September 16, 2021

Encouraging Thought of the Day:

Thursday Trivia:

Sheep outnumber people 6-1 in New Zealand.

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. 

Lunch Menu:

Cornbread Muffins 

Daily Activities:

C/JV/V Volleyball 3:45
JH Volleyball 4:00 @ PBJ
V Football 3:35
JH Football 3:45
XC 6:00 AM
Cheer 6:15 AM Portland

Homecoming: Today is Throwback Thursday!

Grades 9-12 Activity 5th hour is Powder-Puff Football! 6th & 7th Grade Kickball in the GYM during Genius Hour (4th hour)

Reminder; homecoming activities are a privilege! Please empower your peers to behave appropriately. If we cannot handle the activities then we will not be participating in them. If you continue to have behavior issues during the activities you will stay back in your classroom. 

Daily Reminders:

There will be a Homecoming Dance held Friday after the football game!  Students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend. The theme is Glow in the Dark and the dance will start after the football game until midnight, in the High School gym.  Cost is $5 / person!

The MPCG Booster Club will be hosting another tailgate meal tomorrow night, Sept 17th, at the Homecoming Football game vs. FSHP at Mayville State! Serving will begin at 5:30 with hamburgers on a Soholt bun, chips, bar and water for $6. Come enjoy a great meal and cheer on our Patriots!

Library Remediation: Wednesday-Tuesday; If you are failing a course or have missing work you will be assigned to a remediation time. See your email for more information. 

Today's MPCG Trivia Question:

How many total team championships have been won by May-Port, Clifford-Galesburg, or May-PortCG?

Answer the question in the Library near the checkout desk. Include your name and guess.

Stacy Hanson answered yesterday's question:  In what year did this building open for students grades 7-12? (does not include the Middle School which was not yet built)

Answer:  Fall of 1975.

Vote in the library. The winner will win their choice of a full-size candy bar from the library. You may only vote once per day. In the case of a tie, the winner will be drawn at random from the correct answers.

Don't miss out on your chance to wear a toga on stage! See Mrs. Paschke about joining the One Act Play! Auditions close TODAY!

The MPCG Booster Club has a clothing store open now through Sept 22!  This order is open to the public.  Remember, Patriot Wear makes a great gift!!

Detention: Mr. Connick