Daily Announcements MPCG

Date: September 14, 2022

Wellness Wednesday

“Mental Health is not a destination, but a process. It’s about how you drive, not where you’re going.”

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:

Grilled Cheese
Tomato Soup
Salad Bar

Daily Activities: 

Congrats to the Volleyball Teams on their victories yesterday over the Tornadoes! Way to go, Patriots!

Varsity Football practice 4:00 @ HS
JH Football no practice
C/JV/V VB no practice
JH VB no practice
Cross Country practice 6am @ HS
V Cheer practice 6:15 @ Portland
JH Cheer no practice

Daily Reminders:

This week is Homecoming!  The activity today is PowderPuff Football during 2nd & 3rd hour. 

Thursday is Country Club vs. Country!   

Don't forget! We will be hosting a Food Pantry Blitz Friday night at the Homecoming football game, in partnership with the Traill District Health Unit! Bring an item for the food pantry and receive a free popcorn at the concession stand!

Booster club has a few upcoming opportunities for seniors looking to get hours for their community service hours.  We are looking for help preparing food for the Turkey dinner.  Prep work for this will take place on Saturday, October 8th. We are also looking for help serving the Turkey dinner which is Sunday, October 9th. We also have the 3:3 basketball tournament coming up on Sunday, October 23rd and will need help with setting up and taking down as well as many other duties the day of the tournament.  

There will be a Close Up meeting for any Sophomores or Juniors that are interested in attending the trip in the Spring of 2024. The meeting will take place on September 15th at 7 PM in the auditorium. If you have any questions, talk to Mr. Kunkel. 

Anyone interested In helping with volleyball stats please contact Mrs. Hanson.

At no time, should any student in grades 6-8 have their phone before the last bell of the school day.

Detention is with Mrs. Andersson in her classroom.