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Lester Prairie school bulletin Friday, April 24

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin April 24, 2015

Menu: Cheese, Pepperoni or sausage Pizza, Cooked Carrots, Lettuce Salad, Fresh Fruit, Milk

The track bus leaves at 2:25 today. Please excuse athletes at 2:15. Thank you!

Please release the varsity baseball players after 6th hour today. Athletes do not need to report to 7th hour.

Reminder: There is NO Saturday Baseball Camp tomorrow due to the LP Prom. We will resume camp on

Saturday, Mary 2nd at 8:00 a.m. Thank you! – Mr. Kley

Congratulations to our newest members of the National Honor Society: Kendra Ziermann, Jamie DeBruyckere,

Hope Feltmann, Steph Lohse, and Kaylee Scheevel!

Students in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in the 2015 Distracted Driving Video Challenge. This contest

is only open to students in McLeod County and cash prizes will be awarded to the top 3 videos. The objectives

of the contest are to create a video about distracted driving to promote awareness about its dangers, educate

teens and their peers regarding the risks of distracted driving in a friendly, competitive way and decrease the

number of teens driving distracted in McLeod County. Videos and signed entry forms must be submitted

electronically by Wednesday, May 15 at 4:00. Brochures about the contest are available in the office as well as

fact sheets with statistics and other information.

Congratulations to Logan Krone on being runner-up for all 7th graders in the state on an essay contest. The 7th

grade participated in an essay contest put on by the MN Twins called what my “Father Means to Me”, over

3,000 7th graders in the state participated in it. The 7th graders were supposed to write about a father figure in

their life and Logan choose to write about his Grandfather Leon. Logan and his Grandfather will be honored at

a Twins game in the summer and they will be in the running for Father of the Year Award. Congrats Logan!

TODAY last day to order your 2015 high school yearbook.

Dunwoody College Corporate & Community Training Center will have an open house at 150 2nd Street South

in Winsted on Thursday, April 30th from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. There will be refreshments and door prizes at the

open house. They will be offering a welding technician 16-week program which begins June 24th. CNC

machine operator program is tentatively scheduled for October 2015. Registration is now open for welding and

enrollment is on a first come first served basis. Each program accepts 12 students and training leads to

immediate employment opportunities. The open house is for high school graduates, parents & adult learners

interested in a new career.

Since 1992, McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence has been providing assistance to those affected

by domestic violence. At McLeod Alliance, their mission is to support and promote the elimination of

relationship violence through education, empowerment, protection, and advocacy. Domestic violence, or

battering, is a pattern of abusive behaviors that some individuals use to control their intimate partners. Without

help, domestic violence often becomes more frequent and more severe, and can lead to permanent injury and

death. I will be collecting donations for the McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence. Below is a list

of items that are most commonly needed at the shelter, but feel free to donate any personal care items. There

will be a donation box in the school office. Items will be collected until 3 P.M. on Friday, May 8. Items that are

needed include Diapers (especially sizes 1, 2 & 3), Cleaning Supplies, Paper Products (toilet paper, Kleenex,

paper towels), Feminine Products, Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap, Deodorant, Hair Conditioner. Please help me

with this worthy cause. Thank you, Taylor Kriz.

Grandparents’ Day will be held on Friday, May 1 for the grandparents of students in grades K-5. Grandparents

should report to the gym for the program that begins at 1:30.

Found- a flash drive in the senior hallway. See Mrs. Scoblic.

Students in grades 5-7-Please get your registration sheets for band/choir/both into the office or Mrs. Helland.

There are extra forms in the office.

Lester Prairie School is up for one of the Pennies for Patients Fun & Funky Awards on Facebook! Comment

and share for more votes to win a $25 Target Gift Card!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pennies-for-Patients-LLS-MN-ND-SD-WI/135700854337

YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL UMPIRES.**Note date change**

Lester Prairie Youth Baseball/Softball will be offering an umpire clinic to those interested in being an umpire

for youth baseball and softball games this summer. The clinic will be on Sunday, May 3rd from 6pm to 7:30pm

and will be held at Bulldog Field by the Lester Prairie pool. This umpire clinic is required for anyone that has

not umpired before and will be a good refresher for those that have umpired in the past. The clinic will cover

the basics of umpiring youth games along with techniques, positioning and some hands on learning. This clinic

is open to girls and boys 8th grade and older. There is no fee for this clinic. A signup sheet is located in the

office. If you have any questions, please call Jeff Engen at 320-395-9839 or 612-309-7117 or email at

engenjeff@hotmail.com .

The Lester Prairie Kid’s Depot is looking for some new items for students to use. Here is a list of things they

are looking for. Colors of duct tape, wallets/purses for playtime, markers, crayons, paint, different (board/card)

games, legos. If you are interested in donating some items to Kid’s Depot please drop them off in the Lester

Prairie School office with a note making them for Kid’s Depot. Thank you,

The Driver’s Ed class starting in May is FULL. No more registrations will be taken.

The Knowledge Bowl banquet will be held on Sunday, May 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Unhinged Pizza in Glencoe. The

cost of buffet is $11.99 per person. Parents/family welcome. Contact Coach Sebora if you have questions.

The Lester Prairie Booster Club will be opening the concession stand down at the ball fields in Lester Prairie at

most home Baseball and Softball Games. Hot Dogs, Gatorade, Water, Pop and snacks will be available. Thank

you for supporting the Booster Club.

Detention will be with Mrs. Smith the week of April 27. Detention will only be held after school on Tuesday

and before and after school on Wednesday.

Break the Stigma 5K Run/3K Walk will be held May 2 at 9 a.m. The 5k race and 3k walk will start and end at

Good Shepherd Church, 1407 Cedar Ave. N., Glencoe. For more information, or to register, go to

http://BreaktheStigmaMcleod.blogspot.com/ or email BreaktheStigmaGlencoe@gmail.com

The applications for the Lester Prairie Ambassador program are now available in Mrs. Mattson’s office. The

Prairie Days festival will be July 10-12th. You must have one of the three to qualify for application: live in LP,

go to LPHS, regularly attend a LP church. You must be 17 years old by the time of our festival. All

applications are due by Thursday, April 30th. If you have any questions you can email Melissa at :

melissawilli@embarqmail.com

Juniors and Seniors, it is that time of year where colleges will be making visits to our school. Please check

outside Mrs. Mattson’s door to see which schools are visiting. Any questions see Mrs. Mattson.

5K Walk/Run: Help Common Cup Ministry serve those in need. Come out and exercise on the Luce Line Trail

on May 9. Registration is at 8:30 at the Masonic West River Park Shelter (1003 Les Kouba Parkway NW in

Hutchinson) and the 5K Walk begins at 10:00 followed by the 5K Run at 10:30. For information contact Ralph

Johnson at 320-587-6733. Sponsored by Common Cup Ministry.

ATTENTION students who are driving on a Learner’s Permit. You need to be logging all of your practice

driving time on the “official” logs provided by the State. Extra copies are available outside of Mr. Bjork’s

door. You need 40 hours of practice with 15 hours at night.

Homework Help goes from 3:00 – 5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should

have work to complete.

Prom Notes:

Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25. The grand march will be at 6:30 and it is open to the public.

The After-Prom will be decorating the stage, gym and lobby during the following days and times. These areas

are off-limits at these times:

Stage: Monday – Saturday, April 20 – 25 – All day

Gym: Wednesday – Saturday, April 22-25 – All day

Lobby: Friday – Saturday, April 24 & 25 – Friday beginning at 3:00 and all of Saturday

The After Prom decorating committee is asking that all students who have games TODAY take all of their

belongings with them or put them in their vehicles. Please take your locker and locker room belongs with you

as you will not be able to get back in. Thank you!

After Prom is asking anyone that would like to help decorate, here are the following times:

Friday, April 24 – 9:00 – ? – Gym

3:00 p.m. – ? – Lobby

If you are willing to help, we appreciate it! Please check in at the office if you are volunteering during school

hours. Thank you!

Reminder to After Prom Workers: Please report to work at 11:30 p.m. the night of prom.

There are prom picture forms in the office. Please get one if you are interested in ordering pictures. Thanks!

The Junior Prom Committee and After Prom Committee are looking for Staff Members/adult volunteers to be in

the dunk tank at the After Prom Party. If you are interested please see Mrs. Mattson for more details. Thanks!

If anyone has some white Christmas lights that they are willing to let the Jr. Class borrow for prom, please label

them and hand them into the office. Thank you!

Friday, Apr 24, 2015

Time Event Details Comments 12:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

Stage

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

After

Prom

Committee

 

 

 

Media

Center

Media

Ctr,

Cafeteria

and

Room

.

10:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

LP

Lobby

Area

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:15pm

Theater

-­‐

Spring

Play

Practice

 

 

 

Room

147

 

 

3:30pm

Baseball

-­‐

Practice

9-­‐12

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Municipal

Field

JV

Only

5:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30pm

Softball

-­‐

Practice

9-­‐12

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐ Bulldog

Field

 

 

5:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30pm

Softball

-­‐

Practice

JH

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Veterans

field

 

 

5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:15pm

Baseball:Boys

Varsity

Game

 

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

vs.

Trinity

@

Rich

Valley

Athletic

Complex

Bus:

2:05

HT

/

2:20

LP

 

4:15pm

Track

&

Field:

Varsity

Meet

 

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

vs.

Sibley

East

@

Sibley

East

2:10

HT

/

2:25

LP

 

4:30pm

Baseball:Boys

Junior

High

Game

 

 

Hutchinson

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Lions

Field

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice

shuttle

 

3:08

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

 

 

3:20

Pick-­‐up

and

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

(drop

off

at

Barrett

if

needed)

3:35

Drop-­‐off

at

LP

school

then

Fields

 

5:00

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

Fields

then

School

 

5:15

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

 

 

5:30

Drop

off

at

LP

if

needed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LP’s Phyllis Hummel to release new CD

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Phyllis Hummel of Lester Prairie, and her band, “Swinging Country” will be releasing a new album this May, which includes special guests, covers of popular songs, and Hummel’s original song, “When a Child is Hurting.”

There will be a release party Saturday, May 2 from 7 to 11 p.m. at Niesen’s Bar and Grill in Biscay.

Hummel’s CD will also be available for a discounted price at the release party.

For full story, see April 27 issue.

 

Lester Prairie school bulletin Thursday, April 23

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin April 23, 2015

Menu: Spaghetti with Meat or Plain Sauce or Cheesy Breadsticks & Yogurt, Coleslaw, Garlic Bread, Milk

Congratulations to our newest members of the National Honor Society: Kendra Ziermann, Jamie DeBruyckere,

Hope Feltmann, Steph Lohse, and Kaylee Scheevel!

Students in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in the 2015 Distracted Driving Video Challenge. This contest

is only open to students in McLeod County and cash prizes will be awarded to the top 3 videos. The objectives

of the contest are to create a video about distracted driving to promote awareness about its dangers, educate

teens and their peers regarding the risks of distracted driving in a friendly, competitive way and decrease the

number of teens driving distracted in McLeod County. Videos and signed entry forms must be submitted

electronically by Wednesday, May 15 at 4:00. Brochures about the contest are available in the office as well as

fact sheets with statistics and other information.

Congratulations to Logan Krone on being runner-up for all 7th graders in the state on an essay contest. The 7th

grade participated in an essay contest put on by the MN Twins called what my “Father Means to Me”, over

3,000 7th graders in the state participated in it. The 7th graders were supposed to write about a father figure in

their life and Logan choose to write about his Grandfather Leon. Logan and his Grandfather will be honored at

a Twins game in the summer and they will be in the running for Father of the Year Award. Congrats Logan!

The last day to order your 2015 high school yearbook is Friday, April 24, 2015.

The annual 8-11 (next years 9-12) spring Football meeting is TOMORROW MORNING at 8:00 am in Mr.

Scoblic’s room. Many things including voting for captains, camps, speed and strength, etc. will be included.

Please do not be late.

Found- a flash drive in the senior hallway. See Mrs. Scoblic.

Since 1992, McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence has been providing assistance to those affected

by domestic violence. At McLeod Alliance, their mission is to support and promote the elimination of

relationship violence through education, empowerment, protection, and advocacy. Domestic violence, or

battering, is a pattern of abusive behaviors that some individuals use to control their intimate partners. Without

help, domestic violence often becomes more frequent and more severe, and can lead to permanent injury and

death. I will be collecting donations for the McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence. Below is a list

of items that are most commonly needed at the shelter, but feel free to donate any personal care items. There

will be a donation box in the school office. Items will be collected until 3 P.M. on Friday, May 8. Please help

me with this worthy cause. Thank you, Taylor Kriz.

Diapers (especially sizes 1, 2 & 3), Cleaning Supplies, Paper Products (toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels),

Feminine Products, Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap, Deodorant, Hair Conditioner

Grandparents’ Day will be held on Friday, May 1 for the grandparents of students in grades K-5. Grandparents

should report to the gym for the program that begins at 1:30.

Students in grades 5-7-Please get your registration sheets for band/choir/both into the office or Mrs. Helland.

There are extra forms in the office.

Lester Prairie School is up for one of the Pennies for Patients Fun & Funky Awards on Facebook! Comment

and share for more votes to win a $25 Target Gift Card!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pennies-for-Patients-LLS-MN-ND-SD-WI/135700854337

YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL UMPIRES.**Note date change**

Lester Prairie Youth Baseball/Softball will be offering an umpire clinic to those interested in being an umpire

for youth baseball and softball games this summer. The clinic will be on Sunday, May 3rd from 6pm to 7:30pm

and will be held at Bulldog Field by the Lester Prairie pool. This umpire clinic is required for anyone that has

not umpired before and will be a good refresher for those that have umpired in the past. The clinic will cover

the basics of umpiring youth games along with techniques, positioning and some hands on learning. This clinic

is open to girls and boys 8th grade and older. There is no fee for this clinic. A signup sheet is located in the

office. If you have any questions, please call Jeff Engen at 320-395-9839 or 612-309-7117 or email at

engenjeff@hotmail.com .

The Lester Prairie Kid’s Depot is looking for some new items for students to use. Here is a list of things they

are looking for. Colors of duct tape, wallets/purses for playtime, markers, crayons, paint, different (board/card)

games, legos. If you are interested in donating some items to Kid’s Depot please drop them off in the Lester

Prairie School office with a note making them for Kid’s Depot. Thank you,

The Driver’s Ed class starting in May is FULL. No more registrations will be taken.

The Knowledge Bowl banquet will be held on Sunday, May 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Unhinged Pizza in Glencoe. The

cost of buffet is $11.99 per person. Parents/family welcome. Contact Coach Sebora if you have questions.

Coupons for Circus Pages are available in the office. The circus will be at the McLeod Co. Fairgrounds in

Hutchinson TODAY at 4:30 and 7:30. Coupons are for 2 free children age 14 and under per paying adult.

More information may be found at www.circuspages.com

The Lester Prairie Booster Club will be opening the concession stand down at the ball fields in Lester Prairie at

most home Baseball and Softball Games. Hot Dogs, Gatorade, Water, Pop and snacks will be available. Thank

you for supporting the Booster Club.

Detention will be with Mrs. Klobe the week of April 20. Detention will only be held after school on Tuesday

and before and after school on Thursday.

Please return ice packs to the office when you are done with them. Our supply is low. Thanks!

Break the Stigma 5K Run/3K Walk will be held May 2 at 9 a.m. The 5k race and 3k walk will start and end at

Good Shepherd Church, 1407 Cedar Ave. N., Glencoe. For more information, or to register, go to

http://BreaktheStigmaMcleod.blogspot.com/ or email BreaktheStigmaGlencoe@gmail.com

The applications for the Lester Prairie Ambassador program are now available in Mrs. Mattson’s office. The

Prairie Days festival will be July 10-12th. You must have one of the three to qualify for application: live in LP,

go to LPHS, regularly attend a LP church. You must be 17 years old by the time of our festival. If you have any

questions you can email Melissa at : melissawilli@embarqmail.com

Juniors and Seniors, it is that time of year where colleges will be making visits to our school. Please check

outside Mrs. Mattson’s door to see which schools are visiting. Any questions see Mrs. Mattson.

5K Walk/Run: Help Common Cup Ministry serve those in need. Come out and exercise on the Luce Line Trail

on May 9. Registration is at 8:30 at the Masonic West River Park Shelter (1003 Les Kouba Parkway NW in

Hutchinson) and the 5K Walk begins at 10:00 followed by the 5K Run at 10:30. For information contact Ralph

Johnson at 320-587-6733. Sponsored by Common Cup Ministry.

ATTENTION students who are driving on a Learner’s Permit. You need to be logging all of your practice

driving time on the “official” logs provided by the State. Extra copies are available outside of Mr. Bjork’s

door. You need 40 hours of practice with 15 hours at night.

Homework Help goes from 3:00 – 5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should

have work to complete.

Prom Notes:

Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25. The grand march will be at 6:30 and it is open to the public.

Prom week is around the corner. The After-Prom will be decorating the stage, gym and lobby during the

following days and times. These areas are off-limits at these times:

Stage: Monday – Saturday, April 20 – 25 – All day

Gym: Wednesday – Saturday, April 22-25 – All day

Lobby: Friday – Saturday, April 24 & 25 – Friday beginning at 3:00 and all of Saturday

The After Prom decorating committee is asking that all students who have games on Friday, April 24 take all of

their belongings with them or put them in their vehicles. Please take your locker and locker room belongs with

you as you will not be able to get back in. Thank you!

After Prom is asking anyone that would like to help decorate, here are the following times:

Thursday, April 23 – 9:00 a.m. – ?

Friday, April 24 – 9:00 – ? – Gym

3:00 p.m. – ? – Lobby

If you are willing to help, we appreciate it! Please check in at the office if you are volunteering during school

hours. Thank you!

There are prom picture forms in the office. Please get one if you are interested in ordering pictures. Thanks!

The Junior Prom Committee and After Prom Committee are looking for Staff Members/adult volunteers to be in

the dunk tank at the After Prom Party. If you are interested please see Mrs. Mattson for more details. Thanks!

If anyone has some white Christmas lights that they are willing to let the Jr. Class borrow for prom, please label

them and hand them into the office. Thank you!

 

Thursday, Apr 23, 2015

Time Event Details Comments 07:00am

Theater

-­‐

Spring

Play

Practice

 

 

 

Room

147

 

 

12:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

Stage

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Groups

-­‐

Girl

Scouts

 

 

Cafeteria

 

 

4:15pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Kindergarten

Roundup

 

 

 

Room

169

 

 

5:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30pm

Track

-­‐

Practice

 

 

Lester

Prairie

High

School

 

 

5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4:15pm

Softball:Girls

Varsity

Game

 

 

 

Southwest

Christian

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

High

School

-­‐

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Lions

Field

 

 

 

 

4:30pm

Baseball:Boys

Junior

High

Game

 

 

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

vs.

Norwood

Young

America

@

Norwood

Young

America

High

School

 

Bus:

3:25

HT

/

3:40

LP

 

4:30pm

Softball:Girls

Junior

High

Game

 

 

Norwood

Young

America

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Winsted

-­‐

Barrett

Field

 

 

 

5:00pm

Baseball:Boys

Varsity

Game

 

 

 

Southwest

Christian

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

High

School

-­‐

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Municipal

Field

 

 

 

 

5:00pm

Baseball:Boys

JV

Game

 

 

 

Southwest

Christian

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

High

School

-­‐

Winsted

-­‐

Dennis

M

Campbell

Field

 

 

 

 

5:30pm

Softball:Girls

JV

Game

 

 

 

Southwest

Christian

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

High

School

-­‐

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Lions

Field

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice

shuttle

 

 

3:08

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

 

 

 

3:20

Pick-­‐up

and

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

(drop

off

at

Barrett

if

needed)

 

3:35

Drop-­‐off

at

LP

school

then

Fields

 

 

5:00

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

Fields

then

School

 

 

5:15

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

 

 

 

5:30

Drop

off

at

LP

if

needed

 

 

 

Lester Prairie school bulletin Wednesday, April 22

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin April 22, 2015

Menu: Sub Sandwiches with Ham, Turkey, or Bologna or Grilled Cheese, Corn, Raw Carrots, Juice, Milk

Congratulations to Logan Krone on being runner-up for all 7th graders in the state on an essay contest. The 7th

grade participated in an essay contest put on by the MN Twins called what my “Father Means to Me”, over

3,000 7th graders in the state participated in it. The 7th graders were supposed to write about a father figure in

their life and Logan choose to write about his Grandfather Leon. Logan and his Grandfather will be honored at

a Twins game in the summer and they will be in the running for Father of the Year Award. Congrats Logan!

The last day to order your 2015 high school yearbook is Friday, April 24, 2015.

The annual 8-11 (next years 9-12) spring Football meeting is this Friday at 8:00 am in Mr. Scoblic’s room.

Many things including voting for captains, camps, speed and strength, etc. will be included.

Please do not be late.

Found- a flash drive in the senior hallway. See Mrs. Scoblic.

Since 1992, McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence has been providing assistance to those affected

by domestic violence. At McLeod Alliance, their mission is to support and promote the elimination of

relationship violence through education, empowerment, protection, and advocacy. Domestic violence, or

battering, is a pattern of abusive behaviors that some individuals use to control their intimate partners. Without

help, domestic violence often becomes more frequent and more severe, and can lead to permanent injury and

death. I will be collecting donations for the McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence. Below is a list

of items that are most commonly needed at the shelter, but feel free to donate any personal care items. There

will be a donation box in the school office. Items will be collected until 3 P.M. on Friday, May 8. Please help

me with this worthy cause. Thank you, Taylor Kriz.

Diapers (especially sizes 1, 2 & 3), Cleaning Supplies, Paper Products (toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels),

Feminine Products, Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap, Deodorant, Hair Conditioner

Students in grades 5-7-Please get your registration sheets for band/choir/both into the office or Mrs. Helland.

There are extra forms in the office.

YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL UMPIRES.**Note date change**

Lester Prairie Youth Baseball/Softball will be offering an umpire clinic to those interested in being an umpire

for youth baseball and softball games this summer. The clinic will be on Sunday, May 3rd from 6pm to 7:30pm

and will be held at Bulldog Field by the Lester Prairie pool. This umpire clinic is required for anyone that has

not umpired before and will be a good refresher for those that have umpired in the past. The clinic will cover

the basics of umpiring youth games along with techniques, positioning and some hands on learning. This clinic

is open to girls and boys 8th grade and older. There is no fee for this clinic. A signup sheet is located in the

office. If you have any questions, please call Jeff Engen at 320-395-9839 or 612-309-7117 or email at

engenjeff@hotmail.com .

Grandparents’ Day will be held on Friday, May 1 for the grandparents of students in grades K-5. Grandparents

should report to the gym for the program that begins at 1:30.

Lester Prairie School is up for one of the Pennies for Patients Fun & Funky Awards on Facebook! Comment

and share for more votes to win a $25 Target Gift Card!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pennies-for-Patients-LLS-MN-ND-SD-WI/135700854337

The Lester Prairie Kid’s Depot is looking for some new items for students to use. Here is a list of things they

are looking for. Colors of duct tape, wallets/purses for playtime, markers, crayons, paint, different (board/card)

games, legos. If you are interested in donating some items to Kid’s Depot please drop them off in the Lester

Prairie School office with a note making them for Kid’s Depot. Thank you,

The Driver’s Ed class starting in May is FULL. No more registrations will be taken.

The Knowledge Bowl banquet will be held on Sunday, May 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Unhinged Pizza in Glencoe. The

cost of buffet is $11.99 per person. Parents/family welcome. Contact Coach Sebora if you have questions.

Coupons for Circus Pages are available in the office. The circus will be at the McLeod Co. Fairgrounds in

Hutchinson on Thursday, April 23 at 4:30 and 7:30. Coupons are for 2 free children age 14 and under per

paying adult. More information may be found at www.circuspages.com

The Lester Prairie Booster Club will be opening the concession stand down at the ball fields in Lester Prairie at

most home Baseball and Softball Games. Hot Dogs, Gatorade, Water, Pop and snacks will be available. Thank

you for supporting the Booster Club.

Detention will be with Mrs. Klobe the week of April 20. Detention will only be held after school on Tuesday

and before and after school on Thursday.

Please return ice packs to the office when you are done with them. Our supply is low. Thanks!

Break the Stigma 5K Run/3K Walk will be held May 2 at 9 a.m. The 5k race and 3k walk will start and end at

Good Shepherd Church, 1407 Cedar Ave. N., Glencoe. For more information, or to register, go to

http://BreaktheStigmaMcleod.blogspot.com/ or email BreaktheStigmaGlencoe@gmail.com

The applications for the Lester Prairie Ambassador program are now available in Mrs. Mattson’s office. The

Prairie Days festival will be July 10-12th. You must have one of the three to qualify for application: live in LP,

go to LPHS, regularly attend a LP church. You must be 17 years old by the time of our festival. If you have any

questions you can email Melissa at : melissawilli@embarqmail.com

Juniors and Seniors, it is that time of year where colleges will be making visits to our school. Please check

outside Mrs. Mattson’s door to see which schools are visiting. Any questions see Mrs. Mattson.

5K Walk/Run: Help Common Cup Ministry serve those in need. Come out and exercise on the Luce Line Trail

on May 9. Registration is at 8:30 at the Masonic West River Park Shelter (1003 Les Kouba Parkway NW in

Hutchinson) and the 5K Walk begins at 10:00 followed by the 5K Run at 10:30. For information contact Ralph

Johnson at 320-587-6733. Sponsored by Common Cup Ministry

ATTENTION students who are driving on a Learner’s Permit. You need to be logging all of your practice

driving time on the “official” logs provided by the State. Extra copies are available outside of Mr. Bjork’s

door. You need 40 hours of practice with 15 hours at night.

Homework Help goes from 3:00 – 5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should

have work to complete.

Prom Notes:

Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25. The grand march will be at 6:30 and it is open to the public.

Prom week is around the corner. The After-Prom will be decorating the stage, gym and lobby during the

following days and times. These areas are off-limits at these times:

Stage: Monday – Saturday, April 20 – 25 – All day

Gym: Wednesday – Saturday, April 22-25 – All day

Lobby: Friday – Saturday, April 24 & 25 – Friday beginning at 3:00 and all of Saturday

After Prom is looking for volunteers on Wednesday, April 22 after school to help with the prep of the gym

floor.

The After Prom decorating committee is asking that all students who have games on Friday, April 24 take all of

their belongings with them or put them in their vehicles. Please take your locker and locker room belongs with

you as you will not be able to get back in. Thank you!

After Prom is asking anyone that would like to help decorate, here are the following times:

Wednesday, April 22 – 3:00 p.m. – ?

Thursday, April 23 – 9:00 a.m. – ?

Friday, April 24 – 9:00 – ? – Gym

3:00 p.m. – ? – Lobby

If you are willing to help, we appreciate it! Please check in at the office if you are volunteering during school

hours. Thank you!

There are prom picture forms in the office. Please get one if you are interested in ordering pictures. Thanks!

PROM and AFTER PROM PARTY LATE REGISTRATION

By Monday April 20 drop off completed forms and SEPARATE payments ($20 After Prom, $35 Jr Class for

prom) in an envelope labeled PROM, in the school office. You may attend after prom party even if you do not

attend prom. Extra prom and After Prom forms are available from Mrs. Mattson. Don’t miss out on this fun

filled evening for only $20. There will be a Hypnotist, Casino, Inflatable obstacle course & golf and many

carnival games along with plenty of food and beverages. Win many prizes throughout the evening plus grand

prize drawings (32 inch TVs, mini-fridges, luggage sets)!

The Junior Prom Committee and After Prom Committee are looking for Staff Members/adult volunteers to be in

the dunk tank at the After Prom Party. If you are interested please see Mrs. Mattson for more details. Thanks!

If anyone has some white Christmas lights that they are willing to let the Jr. Class borrow for prom, please label

them and hand them into the office. Thank you!

 

Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015

Time Event Details Comments 12:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

Stage

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Groups

-­‐

Girl

Scouts

 

 

Cafeteria

 

 

4:15pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

 

 

9:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:15pm

Theater

-­‐

Spring

Play

Practice

 

 

 

Room

147

 

 

3:30pm

Baseball

-­‐

Practice

9-­‐12

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Municipal

Field

 

 

5:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30pm

Baseball

-­‐

Practice

JH

 

 

Lester

Prairie

Bulldog

Field

 

 

5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30pm

Softball

-­‐

Practice

9-­‐12

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Lions

Field

 

 

5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30pm

Track

-­‐

Practice

 

 

Lester

Prairie

High

School

 

 

5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice

shuttle

 

 

3:08

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

 

 

 

3:20

Pick-­‐up

and

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

(drop

off

at

Barrett

if

needed)

 

3:35

Drop-­‐off

at

LP

school

then

Fields

 

 

5:00

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

Fields

then

School

 

 

5:15

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

 

 

 

5:30

Drop

off

at

LP

if

needed

 

 

 

Lester Prairie school bulletin Tuesday, April 21

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin April 21, 2015

Menu: Chicken Nuggets with Rice or Bread or Hot Dog, Baked Beans, Cooked Cabbage, Bananas, Milk

The last day to order your 2015 high school yearbook is Friday, April 24, 2015.

The annual 8-11 (next years 9-12) spring Football meeting is this Friday at 8:00 am in Mr. Scoblic’s room.

Many things including voting for captains, camps, speed and strength, etc. will be included.

Please do not be late.

Since 1992, McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence has been providing assistance to those affected

by domestic violence. At McLeod Alliance, their mission is to support and promote the elimination of

relationship violence through education, empowerment, protection, and advocacy. Domestic violence, or

battering, is a pattern of abusive behaviors that some individuals use to control their intimate partners. Without

help, domestic violence often becomes more frequent and more severe, and can lead to permanent injury and

death. I will be collecting donations for the McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence. Below is a list

of items that are most commonly needed at the shelter, but feel free to donate any personal care items. There

will be a donation box in the school office. Items will be collected until 3 P.M. on Friday, May 8. Please help

me with this worthy cause. Thank you, Taylor Kriz.

Diapers (especially sizes 1, 2 & 3), Cleaning Supplies, Paper Products (toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels),

Feminine Products, Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap, Deodorant, Hair Conditioner

Students in grades 5-7-Please get your registration sheets for band/choir/both into the office or Mrs. Helland.

There are extra forms in the office.

The Driver’s Ed class starting in May is FULL. No more registrations will be taken.

YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL UMPIRES.**Note date change**

Lester Prairie Youth Baseball/Softball will be offering an umpire clinic to those interested in being an umpire

for youth baseball and softball games this summer. The clinic will be on Sunday, May 3rd from 6pm to 7:30pm

and will be held at Bulldog Field by the Lester Prairie pool. This umpire clinic is required for anyone that has

not umpired before and will be a good refresher for those that have umpired in the past. The clinic will cover

the basics of umpiring youth games along with techniques, positioning and some hands on learning. This clinic

is open to girls and boys 8th grade and older. There is no fee for this clinic. A signup sheet is located in the

office. If you have any questions, please call Jeff Engen at 320-395-9839 or 612-309-7117 or email at

engenjeff@hotmail.com .

Grandparents’ Day will be held on Friday, May 1 for the grandparents of students in grades K-5. Grandparents

should report to the gym for the program that begins at 1:30.

Lester Prairie School is up for one of the Pennies for Patients Fun & Funky Awards on Facebook! Comment

and share for more votes to win a $25 Target Gift Card!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pennies-for-Patients-LLS-MN-ND-SD-WI/135700854337

The Lester Prairie Kid’s Depot is looking for some new items for students to use. Here is a list of things they

are looking for. Colors of duct tape, wallets/purses for playtime, markers, crayons, paint, different (board/card)

games, legos. If you are interested in donating some items to Kid’s Depot please drop them off in the Lester

Prairie School office with a note making them for Kid’s Depot. Thank you,

The Knowledge Bowl banquet will be held on Sunday, May 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Unhinged Pizza in Glencoe. The

cost of buffet is $11.99 per person. Parents/family welcome. Contact Coach Sebora if you have questions.

Coupons for Circus Pages are available in the office. The circus will be at the McLeod Co. Fairgrounds in

Hutchinson on Thursday, April 23 at 4:30 and 7:30. Coupons are for 2 free children age 14 and under per

paying adult. More information may be found at www.circuspages.com

The Lester Prairie Booster Club will be opening the concession stand down at the ball fields in Lester Prairie at

most home Baseball and Softball Games. Hot Dogs, Gatorade, Water, Pop and snacks will be available. Thank

you for supporting the Booster Club.

Detention will be with Mrs. Klobe the week of April 20. Detention will only be held after school on Tuesday

and before and after school on Thursday.

Please return ice packs to the office when you are done with them. Our supply is low. Thanks!

Break the Stigma 5K Run/3K Walk will be held May 2 at 9 a.m. The 5k race and 3k walk will start and end at

Good Shepherd Church, 1407 Cedar Ave. N., Glencoe. For more information, or to register, go to

http://BreaktheStigmaMcleod.blogspot.com/ or email BreaktheStigmaGlencoe@gmail.com

The applications for the Lester Prairie Ambassador program are now available in Mrs. Mattson’s office. The

Prairie Days festival will be July 10-12th. You must have one of the three to qualify for application: live in LP,

go to LPHS, regularly attend a LP church. You must be 17 years old by the time of our festival. If you have any

questions you can email Melissa at : melissawilli@embarqmail.com

Juniors and Seniors, it is that time of year where colleges will be making visits to our school. Please check

outside Mrs. Mattson’s door to see which schools are visiting. Any questions see Mrs. Mattson.

5K Walk/Run: Help Common Cup Ministry serve those in need. Come out and exercise on the Luce Line Trail

on May 9. Registration is at 8:30 at the Masonic West River Park Shelter (1003 Les Kouba Parkway NW in

Hutchinson) and the 5K Walk begins at 10:00 followed by the 5K Run at 10:30. For information contact Ralph

Johnson at 320-587-6733. Sponsored by Common Cup Ministry

ATTENTION students who are driving on a Learner’s Permit. You need to be logging all of your practice

driving time on the “official” logs provided by the State. Extra copies are available outside of Mr. Bjork’s

door. You need 40 hours of practice with 15 hours at night.

Homework Help goes from 3:00 – 5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should

have work to complete.

Prom Notes:

Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25. The grand march will be at 6:30 and it is open to the public.

Prom week is around the corner. The After-Prom will be decorating the stage, gym and lobby during the

following days and times. These areas are off-limits at these times:

Stage: Monday – Saturday, April 20 – 25 – All day

Gym: Wednesday – Saturday, April 22-25 – All day

Lobby: Friday – Saturday, April 24 & 25 – Friday beginning at 3:00 and all of Saturday

After Prom is looking for volunteers on Wednesday, April 22 after school to help with the prep of the gym

floor.

The After Prom decorating committee is asking that all students who have games on Friday, April 24 take all of

their belongings with them or put them in their vehicles. Please take your locker and locker room belongs with

you as you will not be able to get back in. Thank you!

After Prom is asking anyone that would like to help decorate, here are the following times:

Wednesday, April 22 – 3:00 p.m. – ?

Thursday, April 23 – 9:00 a.m. – ?

Friday, April 24 – 9:00 – ? – Gym

3:00 p.m. – ? – Lobby

If you are willing to help, we appreciate it! Please check in at the office if you are volunteering during school

hours. Thank you!

There are prom picture forms in the office. Please get one if you are interested in ordering pictures. Thanks!

PROM and AFTER PROM PARTY LATE REGISTRATION

By Monday April 20 drop off completed forms and SEPARATE payments ($20 After Prom, $35 Jr Class for

prom) in an envelope labeled PROM, in the school office. You may attend after prom party even if you do not

attend prom. Extra prom and After Prom forms are available from Mrs. Mattson. Don’t miss out on this fun

filled evening for only $20. There will be a Hypnotist, Casino, Inflatable obstacle course & golf and many

carnival games along with plenty of food and beverages. Win many prizes throughout the evening plus grand

prize drawings (32 inch TVs, mini-fridges, luggage sets)!

The Junior Prom Committee and After Prom Committee are looking for Staff Members/adult volunteers to be in

the dunk tank at the After Prom Party. If you are interested please see Mrs. Mattson for more details. Thanks!

If anyone has some white Christmas lights that they are willing to let the Jr. Class borrow for prom, please label

them and hand them into the office. Thank you!

 

Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015

Time Event Details Comments 12:00pm-­‐9:00pm

Prom

-­‐

Gym

Decorating

 

 

 

Gym

Stage

 

 

3:15pm

Theater

-­‐

Spring

Play

Pracitice

 

 

 

Room

147

 

 

3:30pm-­‐5:00pm

Baseball

-­‐

Practice

JH

 

 

Lester

Prairie

Bulldog

Field

 

 

3:30pm-­‐4:30pm

Softball

-­‐

Practice

9-­‐12

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Veterans

field

JV

3:30pm-­‐5:00pm

Softball

-­‐

Practice

JH

 

 

 

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Veterans

field

Pictures

in

gym

at

3:30

 

4:15pm

Baseball:Boys

JV

Game

 

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

vs.

Heritage

Christian

Academy

@

Gleason

Field

Bus:

2:20

LP

/

2:35

HT

 

4:15pm

Track

&

Field:

Varsity

Meet

 

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

vs.

St.

Peter

@

St.

Peter

High

School

Bus:

2:00

HT

/

2:15

LP

 

5:00pm

Baseball:Boys

Varsity

Game

 

 

 

New

Life

Academy

of

Woodbury

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

High

School

-­‐

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Municipal

Field

 

 

 

 

5:00pm

Softball:Girls

Varsity

Game

 

 

 

New

Life

Academy

of

Woodbury

vs.

Lester

Prairie/Holy

Trinity

@

Lester

Prairie

High

School

-­‐

Lester

Prairie

-­‐

Lions

Field

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice

shuttle

 

 

3:08

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

 

 

 

3:20

Pick-­‐up

and

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

(drop

off

at

Barrett

if

needed)

 

3:35

Drop-­‐off

at

LP

school

then

Fields

 

 

5:00

Pick-­‐up

at

LP

Fields

then

School

 

 

5:15

Drop-­‐off

at

HT

 

 

 

5:30

Drop

off

at

LP

if

needed

 

 

 

Lester Prairie school bulletin Monday, April 20

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin April 20, 2015

Menu: Mr. Rib or Pork Chop Patty, PB/Cereal Bar with Yogurt, Broccoli, Green Beans, Peaches and Pears,

Milk

The last day to order your 2015 high school yearbook is Friday, April 24, 2015.

Since 1992, McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence has been providing assistance to those affected

by domestic violence. At McLeod Alliance, their mission is to support and promote the elimination of

relationship violence through education, empowerment, protection, and advocacy. Domestic violence, or

battering, is a pattern of abusive behaviors that some individuals use to control their intimate partners. Without

help, domestic violence often becomes more frequent and more severe, and can lead to permanent injury and

death. I will be collecting donations for the McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence. Below is a list

of items that are most commonly needed at the shelter, but feel free to donate any personal care items. There

will be a donation box in the school office. Items will be collected until 3 P.M. on Friday, May 8. Please help

me with this worthy cause. Thank you, Taylor Kriz.

Diapers (especially sizes 1, 2 & 3), Cleaning Supplies, Paper Products (toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels),

Feminine Products, Laundry Detergent, Dish Soap, Deodorant, Hair Conditioner

Students in grades 5-7-Please get your registration sheets for band/choir/both into the office or Mrs. Helland.

There are extra forms in the office.

The Driver’s Ed class starting in May is FULL. No more registrations will be taken.

YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL UMPIRES.**Note date change**

Lester Prairie Youth Baseball/Softball will be offering an umpire clinic to those interested in being an umpire

for youth baseball and softball games this summer. The clinic will be on Sunday, May 3rd from 6pm to 7:30pm

and will be held at Bulldog Field by the Lester Prairie pool. This umpire clinic is required for anyone that has

not umpired before and will be a good refresher for those that have umpired in the past. The clinic will cover

the basics of umpiring youth games along with techniques, positioning and some hands on learning. This clinic

is open to girls and boys 8th grade and older. There is no fee for this clinic. A signup sheet is located in the

office. If you have any questions, please call Jeff Engen at 320-395-9839 or 612-309-7117 or email at

engenjeff@hotmail.com .

Grandparents’ Day will be held on Friday, May 1 for the grandparents of students in grades K-5. Grandparents

should report to the gym for the program that begins at 1:30.

Lester Prairie School is up for one of the Pennies for Patients Fun & Funky Awards on Facebook! Comment

and share for more votes to win a $25 Target Gift Card!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pennies-for-Patients-LLS-MN-ND-SD-WI/135700854337

The Lester Prairie Kid’s Depot is looking for some new items for students to use. Here is a list of things they

are looking for. Colors of duct tape, wallets/purses for playtime, markers, crayons, paint, different (board/card)

games, legos. If you are interested in donating some items to Kid’s Depot please drop them off in the Lester

Prairie School office with a note making them for Kid’s Depot. Thank you,

The Knowledge Bowl banquet will be held on Sunday, May 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Unhinged Pizza in Glencoe. The

cost of buffet is $11.99 per person. Parents/family welcome. Contact Coach Sebora if you have questions.

Coupons for Circus Pages are available in the office. The circus will be at the McLeod Co. Fairgrounds in

Hutchinson on Thursday, April 23 at 4:30 and 7:30. Coupons are for 2 free children age 14 and under per

paying adult. More information may be found at www.circuspages.com

The Lester Prairie Booster Club will be opening the concession stand down at the ball fields in Lester Prairie at

most home Baseball and Softball Games. Hot Dogs, Gatorade, Water, Pop and snacks will be available. Thank

you for supporting the Booster Club.

Detention will be with Mrs. Klobe the week of April 20. Detention will only be held after school on Tuesday

and before and after school on Wednesday.

Please return ice packs to the office when you are done with them. Our supply is low. Thanks!

Break the Stigma 5K Run/3K Walk will be held May 2 at 9 a.m. The 5k race and 3k walk will start and end at

Good Shepherd Church, 1407 Cedar Ave. N., Glencoe. For more information, or to register, go to

http://BreaktheStigmaMcleod.blogspot.com/ or email BreaktheStigmaGlencoe@gmail.com

The applications for the Lester Prairie Ambassador program are now available in Mrs. Mattson’s office. The

Prairie Days festival will be July 10-12th. You must have one of the three to qualify for application: live in LP,

go to LPHS, regularly attend a LP church. You must be 17 years old by the time of our festival. If you have any

questions you can email Melissa at : melissawilli@embarqmail.com

Juniors and Seniors, it is that time of year where colleges will be making visits to our school. Please check

outside Mrs. Mattson’s door to see which schools are visiting. Any questions see Mrs. Mattson.

5K Walk/Run: Help Common Cup Ministry serve those in need. Come out and exercise on the Luce Line Trail

on May 9. Registration is at 8:30 at the Masonic West River Park Shelter (1003 Les Kouba Parkway NW in

Hutchinson) and the 5K Walk begins at 10:00 followed by the 5K Run at 10:30. For information contact Ralph

Johnson at 320-587-6733. Sponsored by Common Cup Ministry

ATTENTION students who are driving on a Learner’s Permit. You need to be logging all of your practice

driving time on the “official” logs provided by the State. Extra copies are available outside of Mr. Bjork’s

door. You need 40 hours of practice with 15 hours at night.

Homework Help goes from 3:00 – 5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should

have work to complete.

Prom Notes:

Prom week is around the corner. The After-Prom will be decorating the stage, gym and lobby during the

following days and times. These areas are off-limits at these times:

Stage: Monday – Saturday, April 20 – 25 – All day

Gym: Wednesday – Saturday, April 22-25 – All day

Lobby: Friday – Saturday, April 24 & 25 – Friday beginning at 3:00 and all of Saturday

After Prom is looking for volunteers on Wednesday, April 22 after school to help with the prep of the gym

floor.

The After Prom decorating committee is asking that all students who have games on Friday, April 24 take all of

their belongings with them or put them in their vehicles. Please take your locker and locker room belongs with

you as you will not be able to get back in. Thank you!

After Prom is asking anyone that would like to help decorate, here are the following times:

Wednesday, April 22 – 3:00 p.m. – ?

Thursday, April 23 – 9:00 a.m. – ?

Friday, April 24 – 9:00 – ? – Gym

3:00 p.m. – ? – Lobby

If you are willing to help, we appreciate it! Please check in at the office if you are volunteering during school

hours. Thank you!

There are prom picture forms in the office. Please get one if you are interested in ordering pictures. Thanks!

PROM and AFTER PROM PARTY LATE REGISTRATION

By Monday April 20 drop off completed forms and SEPARATE payments ($20 After Prom, $35 Jr Class for

prom) in an envelope labeled PROM, in the school office. You may attend after prom party even if you do not

attend prom. Extra prom and After Prom forms are available from Mrs. Mattson. Don’t miss out on this fun

filled evening for only $20. There will be a Hypnotist, Casino, Inflatable obstacle course & golf and many

carnival games along with plenty of food and beverages. Win many prizes throughout the evening plus grand

prize drawings (32 inch TVs, mini-fridges, luggage sets)!

The Junior Prom Committee and After Prom Committee are looking for Staff Members/adult volunteers to be in

the dunk tank at the After Prom Party. If you are interested please see Mrs. Mattson for more details. Thanks!

If anyone has some white Christmas lights that they are willing to let the Jr. Class borrow for prom, please label

them and hand them into the office. Thank you!

Monday, Apr 20, 2015

Time Event Details 12:0

0pm

9:00

pm

Prom – Gym

Decorating

Gym Stage

3:30

pm

5:00

pm

Baseball – Practice

JH

Lester Prairie Bulldog Field

3:30

pm

5:00

pm

Softball – Practice

JH

Lester Prairie – Veterans field

4:00

pm

Track & Field:

Varsity Meet

LP/HT vs. Maple Lake @ Maple Lake High School

2:20 LP / 2:30 HT

4:30

pm

Baseball:Boys

Varsity Game

vs. Mankato Loyola @ Lester Prairie – Municipal Field

4:30

pm

Baseball:Boys JV

Game

vs. Mankato Loyola @ Winsted – Denis M. Campbell Field

4:30

pm

Softball:Girls

Varsity Game

Mankato Loyola @ Mankato Loyola High School

Bus: 2:15 HT / 2:30 LP

5:00

pm

Softball:Girls JV

Game

West Lutheran vs. LP/HT@ LP Bulldog Field – LP – Lions Field

6:00

pm

9:00

pm

CE – Dance Cafeteria

6:30

pm

9:00

pm

CE – GED/ELL

Classes

Computer Lab