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Lester Prairie school bulletin Wednesday, Sept. 15

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Today’s Menu: Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or Plain Sauce, Garlic Bread, Steamed Green Beans, Fruit, Milk Tomorrow’s Menu: Mr. Rib on a Bun or Turkey Sandwich, Celery Sticks, Steamed Carrots, Fruit, Milk

Important Notes and Reminders:

There will be an informational meeting about the Senior Class Trip in the commons. The meeting will be Wednesday, September 15th at 7 pm. Students and parents are encouraged to come and discuss the trip. If you have any questions before then, please contact Ms. Stender at stender@lp.k12.mn.us If you cannot attend the meeting because you work, please have a parent attend to ask any questions they may have.

Congratulations to 2021-2022 Student Council members:

Chloe Engelke, Shelby Litzau, Ethan Schultz, Gibson Kerkvliet, Amelia Meyer, Brodee Sawicki, Megan Tonn, Mason Kutz, Nick Meuleners, Marilin Ixtilco, Sage Sponsel, Payton Frantsen, Clara Bartosch, Citlaly Nava, Taylor Eiden

We will have a meeting on Thursday morning at 7:30 in the Kids Depot room. Please be on time.

Senior Dues are due Wednesday the 15th. Get those in ASAP!

Junior Class Dues: Due Friday, Sept. 17th!

Reminder to eighth graders: Your $5 class dues are due this Friday the 17th!

Band students grades 6-12 are selling Butterbraids now until Friday September 24th. Delivery day is Wednesday October 6th. If you would like to purchase some and have not been approached by a band student, please let Mrs. Helland know.

Senior and Junior students who received an invitation to the MRC Sportsmanship Summit, please return your signed permission form to Ms. Wolff or the school office by this Friday.

Wednesday, Sept. 22

- Are you in grades 9-12?
- Do you need ca$h?
- Can you write 500 words?

Consider the Lions Club “Write Off”!

The topic is “Service From the Heart.”

Lions President Douglas X. Alexander in his message to all Lions “We embrace the joy that comes with “Service from the Heart”.” One of the ways Lions and others can follow his message is by “Serving with Love and Compassion.” Writers can demonstrate how they have served others selflessly expecting nothing in return. In this essay, write about who you are, how you answer those needs, and actions you take providing service.

*First place will receive a cash prize, with the potential of more if your essay advances!*

Essays are due by Friday, October 8th.

Let Ms. Carmine know if you have any questions!

Yearbooks are available in Ms. Stender’s room for pick up. After one week they will be moved to the office. Please come pick up before or after school, not in between classes.

Activities and Sports:

Due to this Saturday’s (9/18) Varsity FB game at 2:00pm in Lester Prairie, grades 1-3 Saturday Flag Football will be at 9:00am NOT 10:00am down at the practice field.

Thu 9/16 – 7/8 Volleyball players are dismissed at 2:50 for their match at Belle Plaine. The bus will leave at 3:05

A fan bus will be available for the Friday September 24 Football game at Cleveland. Permission forms can be picked up in the main entrance or printed from the Athletics & Activities page on the school website. All permission forms and the $5 fee are due by 3:00 PM Thursday September 23.

3:20pm Football Practice – V/JV – Lester Prairie High School Practice Field

3:30pm Cross Country Practice – Lester Prairie High School

3:30pm Football Practice – 7/8 – Lester Prairie High School Practice Field

3:30-pm-5:30pm Volleyball Practice – V/B/C – Lester Prairie High School – North Gym

5:30pm-7:00pm 5-6th Grade Volleyball Practice – Lester Prairie High School – South Gym

6:30pm-7:30pm PTO Meeting Read-a-thon Meeting – Media Center

Lester Prairie school bulletin Tuesday, Sept. 14

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Menu: Today’s Menu: Sloppy Joe on a Bun or Ham Sandwich, Baked Beans, Lettuce Salad, Fruit, Milk
Tomorrow’s Menu: Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or Plain Sauce, Garlic Bread, Steamed Green Beans, Fruit, Milk

Important Notes and Reminders:

There will be an informational meeting about the Senior Class Trip in the commons. The meeting will be Wednesday, September 15th at 7 pm. Students and parents are encouraged to come and discuss the trip. If you have any questions before then, please contact Ms. Stender at stender@lp.k12.mn.us

Congratulations to 2021-2022 Student Council members:
Chloe Engelke
Shelby Litzau
Ethan Schultz
Gibson Kerkvliet
Amelia Meyer
Brodee Sawicki
Megan Tonn
Mason Kutz
Nick Meuleners
Marilin Ixtilco
Sage Sponsel
Payton Frantsen
Clara Bartosch
Citlaly Nava
Taylor Eiden

Reminder to eighth graders: Your $5 class dues are due this Friday the 17th!

Band students grades 6-12 are selling Butterbraids now until Friday September 24th. Delivery day is Wednesday October 6th. If you would like to purchase some and have not been approached by a band student, please let Mrs. Helland know.

Senior and Junior students who received an invitation to the MRC Sportsmanship Summit, please return your signed permission form to Ms. Wolff or the school office by this Friday.

- Are you in grades 9 – 12?
- Do you need ca$h?
- Can you write 500 words?
Consider the Lions Club “Write Off”!
The topic is “Service From the Heart.”

Lions President Douglas X. Alexander in his message to all Lions “We embrace the joy that comes with “Service from the Heart”.” One of the ways Lions and others can follow his message is by “Serving with Love and Compassion.” Writers can demonstrate how they have served others selflessly expecting nothing in return. In this essay, write about who you are, how you answer those needs, and actions you take providing service.

*First place will receive a cash prize, with the potential of more if your essay advances!*

Essays are due by Friday, October 8th.
Let Ms. Carmine know if you have any questions!

Activities and Sports:
Due to this Saturday’s (9/18) Varsity FB game at 2:00pm in Lester Prairie, grades 1-3 Saturday Flag
Football will be at 9:00am NOT 10:00am down at the practice field.
Tue 9/14 – Boys and Girls Cross Country athletes are dismissed at 2:15 for their meet at Baylor Park.
The bus will leave at 2:30
Tue 9/14 – The bus for V/B/C Volleyball will leave at 4:00 for their match at ACGC in Grove City.
Thu 9/16 – 7/8 Volleyball players are dismissed at 2:50 for their match at Belle Plaine. The bus will
leave at 3:05

3:20 p.m. Football Practice – V/JV – Lester Prairie High School Practice Field
3:30 p.m. Football Practice – 7/8 – Lester Prairie High School Practice Field
4:00 p.m. Cross Country: Girls Varsity Meet – Rockford, Mound Westonka, Montevideo, Mankato Loyola, LCWM, Holy Family Catholic, Glencoe-Silver Lake, GFW, Belle Plaine, Le Sueur-Henderson, Lester Prairie/Mayer Lutheran, Sibley East, Southwest Christian, Tri-City United, Watertown-Mayer>Multiple Schools vs. Norwood Young America @ Baylor Regional Park
4:00 p.m. Cross Country: Girls Varsity Meet – vs. Southwest Christian, St. Peter, Tri-City United, Watertown-Mayer>Multiple Schools @ Baylor Regional Park
4:00 p.m. Cross Country: Boys Varsity Meet – Southwest Christian, St. Peter, Tri-City United, Watertown-Mayer>Multiple Schools @ Baylor Regional Park
4:00 p.m. Cross Country: Boys Varsity Meet – Rockford, Mound Westonka, Montevideo, Mankato Loyola, LCWM, Holy Family Catholic, Glencoe-Silver Lake, GFW, Belle Plaine, Le Sueur-Henderson, Lester Prairie/Mayer Lutheran, Sibley East, Southwest Christian, Tri-City United, Watertown-Mayer>Multiple Schools vs. Norwood Young America @ Baylor Regional Park
4:15 p.m. Volleyball: Girls 7 Match – vs. St. Joes Waconia @ Lester Prairie High School North Gym
5:00 p.m. Soccer: Girls B Squad Game – Mayer Lutheran/Norwood Young America/Lester Prairie vs. Spectrum @ Spectrum Athletic Complex – 10129 181st Ave NW, Elk River, MN 55330
5:15 p.m. Volleyball: Girls 8 Match – vs. St. Joes Waconia @ Lester Prairie High School North Gym
5:45 p.m. Volleyball: Girls C Squad Match – vs. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City @ Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City High School
5:45 p.m. Volleyball: Girls B Squad Match – vs. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City @ Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City High School
7:00 p.m. Soccer: Girls Varsity Game – Mayer Lutheran/Norwood Young America/Lester Prairie vs. Spectrum @ Spectrum Athletic Complex – 10129 181st Ave NW, Elk River, MN 55330
7:15 p.m. Volleyball: Girls Varsity Match – vs. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City @ Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City High School

Lester Prairie school bulletin Monday, Sept. 13

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Today’s Menu: Chicken Tenders with Bread or Bologna Sandwich, Carrot Sticks, Steamed Peas, Fruit, Milk
Tomorrow’s Menu: Sloppy Joe on a Bun or Ham Sandwich, Baked Beans, Lettuce Salad, Fruit, Milk

Important Notes and Reminders:

There will be an informational meeting about the Senior Class Trip in the commons. The meeting will be Wednesday, September 15th at 7 pm. Students and parents are encouraged to come and discuss the trip. If you have any questions before then, please contact Ms. Stender at stender@lp.k12.mn.us

- Are you in grades 9–12?
- Do you need ca$h?
- Can you write 500 words?
Consider the Lions Club “Write Off”!
The topic is “Service From the Heart.”

Lions President Douglas X. Alexander in his message to all Lions “We embrace the joy that comes with “Service from the Heart”.” One of the ways Lions and others can follow his message is by “Serving with Love and Compassion.” Writers can demonstrate how they have served others selflessly expecting nothing in return. In this essay, write about who you are, how you answer those needs, and actions you take providing service.

*First place will receive a cash prize, with the potential of more if your essay advances!*

Essays are due by Friday, October 8 th .
Let Ms. Carmine know if you have any questions!

Reminder to eighth graders: Your $5 class dues are due this Friday the 17th!
Band students grades 6-12 are selling Butterbraids now until Friday September 24th. Delivery day is Wednesday October 6th. If you would like to purchase some and have not been approached by a band student, please let Mrs. Helland know.
Lester Prairie Girl Scouts would love to have you join us! Troops available for girls in Kindergarten and up!  We will be meeting in the media center at 3pm-4:30pm on TODAY, Monday, September 13th, if anyone would like to check out a Girl Scout meeting. Feel free to email Amy at lesterprairiegirlscouts@gmail.com if you have questions!

Activities and Sports:

Tue 9/14 – Boys and Girls Cross Country athletes are dismissed at 2:15 for their meet at Baylor Park.
The bus will leave at 2:30
Tue 9/14 – The bus for V/B/C Volleyball will leave at 4:00 for their match at ACGC in Grove City.
Thu 9/16 – 7/8 Volleyball players are dismissed at 2:50 for their match at Belle Plaine. The bus will
leave at 3:05

3:00-4:30 p.m. Girl Scouts – Media Center
3:15 p.m. Team Pictures JH Volleyball – Commons
3:20 p.m. Football Practice – V – Lester Prairie High School
3:30 p.m. Cross Country Practice – Lester Prairie High School
3:30 p.m. Football Practice – 7/8 – Lester Prairie High School Practice Field
3:30 p.m. Team Pictures JH Football – Commons
3:30-5:00 p.m. Volleyball Practice – JH – Lester Prairie High School – South Gym
3:30-5:00 p.m. Volleyball Practice – V/B/C – Lester Prairie High School – North Gym
5:00 p.m. Football: JV Game – vs. Mayer Lutheran @ Lester Prairie Bulldog Field
5:00 p.m. Soccer: Girls B Squad Game (date changed from 08-26-21) – Watertown-Mayer vs. Mayer Lutheran/Norwood Young America/Lester Prairie @ Mayer Lutheran High School
7:00 p.m. Soccer: Girls Varsity Game (date changed from 08-26-21) – Watertown-Mayer vs. Mayer Lutheran/Norwood Young America/Lester Prairie @ Mayer Lutheran High School

Preservation project begins on various county roads

WINSTED, MN – A pavement preservation project is tentatively set to begin Saturday, Sept. 11 on approximately 21 miles of McLeod County roads. The start date is dependent on the progress of the contractor on other projects. The project is a combination of seal coating with fog seal and pavement marking. The project should take about two days. Asphalt Surface Technologies Corp. (ASTECH) of St. Cloud was awarded the project. The value of the work is approximately $500,000.

The roads will remain open. Flaggers and/or pilot cars will be present to help guide traffic; which should expect minor delays.

Seal coating is a preventative maintenance activity that involves applying liquid emulsified asphalt to a blacktop surfaced road and covering with aggregate. This process extends the life of the roadway and helps hold off costly reconstruction. Fog sealing involves spraying the road with a thin layer of liquid emulsion (oil).