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Mayer Lutheran High School May 22 announcements

MAYER, MN — Noon – Graduation Practice Seniors meet in the gym immediately after last final!
Following Graduation rehearsal – Senior Lunch (Cafeteria)

Sunday, May 24 – Graduation @ 2:00 (All faculty arrive by 1:30 PM. We will meet in the cafeteria.)

Students – bring your lunch money to the office. All accounts need to be current at the end of school today!

Friday, May 22 – No Lunch
8:10 – 9:40 – Exam Period 4
9:45 – 10:00 – Chapel
10:00 – 10:10 – Break- Snacks from kitchen – cash only for students
10:15 – 11:45 – Exam Period 5

Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day Holiday

Students who have medications in the nurse’s office, please stop in today or tomorrow to pick up your med’s.

All art needs to be picked up from the art room. It will no longer exist at noon TODAY!

Seniors: Please stop by the office and pick up a Final Transcript request. Please fill out the half sheet of paper with your name and the name and address of the college you are going to in the fall.

Attention Students: End-of-Course Surveys are NOW available on Moodle. When you log in you will see the link that will take you to the survey. You are asked to do one survey for each of your classes. They only take a few moments. Your thoughtful input is beneficial to help your teachers evaluate how the course went from the perspective of their students. Please complete them ASAP!

Mayer Lutheran High School May 20 announcements

MAYER, MN – Congratulations to Monte Monchamp and Jeremiah Elliot for the perfect 25 round scores at last night’s trapshooting. Jeremiah followed up his 25 with a 24 in the second round giving him a 49 for 50 score for the evening. Great shooting gentlemen!!

Seniors: Please stop by the office and pick up a Final Transcript request. Please fill out the half sheet of paper with your name and the name and address of the college you are going to in the fall.

Students and Parents check your lunch accounts. All accounts need to be current at the end of school, May 22.

Wednesday, May 20 – No Lunch

7:45 – Devotions

8:10 – 9:40 – Exam Period 1

9:45 – Chapel – P & W

10:00 – 10:10 – Break – Snacks from kitchen – cash only…no charging

10:15-11:45 – Exam Period 7

6:30 – 8:30 – Knights baseball

6:30 – 8:30 – HVVC

Golf pictures are available from Mr. Loontjer. There is no golf practice today. Golfers can turn in the school golf equipment anytime this week.

JV Baseball players turn your washed uniform into Mr. Lane this week. 9th grade Baseball players do the same to Mr. Masters.

Mission Trip meeting during break time on Wednesday, May 20 in room 209.

Finals Schedule:

Thursday, May 21 – Exam periods 2,3,6 – lunch served

Friday, May 22 – Exam periods 4,5 – Snacks from the kitchen at break time – No lunch

Friday, May 22 immediately following the last exam seniors will have graduation practice you will report to the gym.

Attention Students: End-of-Course Surveys are NOW available on Moodle. When you log in you will see the link that will take you to the survey. You are asked to do one survey for each of your classes. They only take a few moments. Your thoughtful input is beneficial to help your teachers evaluate how the course went from the perspective of their students. Please complete them ASAP!

Football players turn in $25.00 for the 7 on 7 Summer League and $165.00 for SDSU camp fee to Mr. Aurich.

Juniors you have 3 days to apply for the College Preparatory Program. Stop in the office or see Mrs. Kelzer for a form and specifics details.

Ridgeview Sports Performance Camp – Mayer Lutheran High School

Registration information is available in Mr. Bierbaum’s office, or by calling Jessica Hess at 952-442-7853. Questions? Please contact Jessica Hess at 952-442-7853 or email jessica.hess@ridgeviewmedical.org.

Mayer Lutheran High School May 19 announcements

MAYER, MN – Students and Parents check your lunch accounts. All accounts need to be current at the end of school, May 22.

Finals Schedule:

Wednesday, May 20 – Exam periods 1,7 – Snacks from the kitchen at break time – No lunch

Thursday, May 21 – Exam periods 2,3,6 – lunch served

Friday, May 22 – Exam periods 4,5 – Snacks from the kitchen at break time – No lunch

Friday, May 22 immediately following the last exam seniors will have graduation practice you will report to the gym.

Tuesday, May 19 – Cooks Choice

10:38 – Chapel – Mr. Landskroener

9:00 – G & B Golf @ LeSueur Country Club – Leave @ 7:00 AM

4:30 – V Baseball vs Glencoe-Silver Lake @ Glencoe-Vollmer Field – Leave @ 3:00

4:30 – B Baseball vs Glencoe-Silver Lake @ GSL-Brownton Baseball Field

4:30 – Softball Section game @ New Ulm vs MLHS vs Minnesota Valley Lutheran@ Harman Park, New Ulm Dismiss 1:35 Depart 1:50

Track @ Holy Family – leave @ 3:00

Mission Trip meeting during break time on Wednesday, May 20 in room 209.

Attention Students: End-of-Course Surveys are NOW available on Moodle. When you log in you will see the link that will take you to the survey. You are asked to do one survey for each of your classes. They only take a few moments. Your thoughtful input is beneficial to help your teachers evaluate how the course went from the perspective of their students. Please complete them ASAP!

Football players turn in $25.00 for the 7 on 7 Summer League and $165.00 for SDSU camp fee to Mr. Aurich.

Juniors you have 4 days to apply for the College Preparatory Program. Stop in the office or see Mrs. Kelzer for a form and specifics details.

Ridgeview Sports Performance Camp – Mayer Lutheran High School

Ridgeview Sports Performance Camp is designed to help the student-athlete train in preparation for their upcoming sport season. Our sports performance specialists, along with our staff of athletic trainers, many with Master’s Degrees in exercise physiology have developed a professional model that provides proven performance programming combined with efficient use of the student-athlete’s time. 90-minute sessions will focus on strength, power and speed/agility training. Ridgeview’s favorable staff to student-athlete ratio (approximately 1:15) will ensure proper technique to decrease injury risk and improve athletic performance.

DATES: June 8th – July 25th, 2015

DAYS: Mondays and Wednesdays (16 sessions which include weight room and speed/agility training)TIME: 8:30 – 10:00 AM COST: $190 (or $170 if paid before May 1st)

Registration information is available in Mr. Bierbaum’s office, or by calling Jessica Hess at 952-442-7853. Questions? Please contact Jessica Hess at 952-442-7853 or email jessica.hess@ridgeviewmedical.org.

Local girls named Princess Kay finalists

WRIGHT, McLEOD, CARVER COUNTIES, MN – Dairy princesses from Wright, McLeod, and Carver counties were among those selected as Princess Kay of the Milky Way finalists May 17.

Maggie Mills, Ellen Sheehan, Kyla Mauk, Kallie Baker, Jennifer Oelfke and Carley Vinkemeier. Back, left to right: are Kylee Fernholz, Rachel Stender, Morgan Uphoff, McKinzie Smith, Samantha Keller and Michele Green.

Front – Maggie Mills, Ellen Sheehan, Kyla Mauk, Kallie Baker, Jennifer Oelfke and Carley Vinkemeier. Back – Kylee Fernholz, Rachel Stender, Morgan Uphoff, McKinzie Smith, Samantha Keller and Michele Green.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The finalists were named at the conclusion of a three-day workshop in St. Cloud attended by nearly 70 county dairy princesses. They include:

  • Kallie Baker, 18, Plainview, representing Wabasha County, daughter of Natalie and Bruce Wood;
  • Kylee Fernholz, 18, Hoffman, representing Douglas County, daughter of Mark and Michele Fernholz;
  • Michele Green, 20, Greenbush, representing Roseau County, daughter of Doug and Corena Green;
  • Samantha Keller, 19, Goodhue, representing Goodhue County, daughter of Ted and Lora Keller;
  • Kyla Mauk, 19, Howard Lake, representing Wright County, daughter of Chris and Harlan Mauk;
  • Maggie Mills, 18, Lake City, representing Goodhue County, daughter of Kent and Deborah Mills;
  • Jennifer Oelfke, 18, Hamburg, representing Sibley County, daughter of Jim and Jody Oelfke;
  • Ellen Sheehan, 19, Rochester, representing Olmsted County, daughter of Jerome and Karen Sheehan;
  • McKinzie Smith, 21, Adams, representing Mower County, daughter of Rick and Tracy Smith;
  • Rachel Stender, 17, Lester Prairie, representing McLeod County, daughter of Allen and Lisa Stender;
  • Morgan Uphoff, 18, Melrose, representing Stearns County, daughter of Victor and Ann Uphoff; and
  • Carley Vinkemeier, 18, Norwood Young America, representing Carver County, daughter of Jeff and Tina Vinkemeier.

On behalf of Minnesota’s dairy farmers, Princess Kay makes appearances to help explain their commitment to taking care of the animals and resources while providing wholesome, nutritious and affordable dairy products. Midwest Dairy Association manages the program.

Mayer Lutheran High School May 15 announcements

MAYER, MN – Congratulations to this week’s top trapshooters. Top boy’s scores were: Jeremiah Elliot 49/50, Sawyer Kubasch 46/50, Monte Monchamp and Charlie Menke 45/50. Jeremiah shot the teams first 25 straight in a competition round this season and receives a patch to make the occasion. Top girl’s scores: Kate Esser 42/50, Ellie Marten 34/50 and Amanda Trost 30/50. The team is in first place in their conference so far this season! 2 competition weeks remain.

Students and Parents check your lunch accounts. All accounts need to be current at the end of school, May 22.

Activities today:

Noon – Track & Tri-City United – dismissed @ 10:05

4/4:00 – V & C Baseball vs Watertown Mayer @ MLHS

4:00 – B Baseball vs Watertown Mayer @ Mayer Community Center

Girls Softball game vs Buffalo Lake Hector – Cancelled

Attention Students: End-of-Course Surveys are NOW available on Moodle. When you log in you will see the link that will take you to the survey. You are asked to do one survey for each of your classes. They only take a few moments. Your thoughtful input is beneficial to help your teachers evaluate how the course went from the perspective of their students. Please complete them this weekend!

Band will be taking their yearbook picture on Monday, May 18th during their 1st hour class period .

Choir will be taking their yearbook picture for the yearbook on Tuesday the 19th during their 2nd hour class period.

Taylor Dutcher, Seth Pauna, Grace Cushman & Amanda Wade please stop by the office to pick up your academic award certificate. Bell Flucas, Klara Koch please pick your certificates also.

Lunch today: Taco in a bag.

Football players turn in $25.00 for the 7 on 7 Summer League and $165.00 for SDSU camp fee to Mr. Aurich.

Any student interested in outdoor education/conservation studies or the like might want to check out the information posted on Mr. Loontjer’s door concerning TUNE camp. The Ultimate Nature Experience is held near Lanesboro and is co-hosted by a number of conservation groups including Pheasants Forever. Local chapters support this camp and could make your experience totally paid for with scholarships. ($400 value). See Mr. Loontjer for additional information.

Students interested in bowling…there is a signup sheet on the office counter.

Baseball Players: Please get your money in for your jacket ($35) and hat ($20) to Mr. Lane ASAP.

Juniors you have 6 days to apply for the College Preparatory Program. Stop in the office or see Mrs. Kelzer for a form and specifics details.

Finals Schedule:

Wednesday, May 20 – Exam periods 1,7 – Snacks from the kitchen at break time – No lunch

Thursday, May 21 – Exam periods 2,3,6 – lunch served

Friday, May 22 – Exam periods 4,5 – Snacks from the kitchen at break time – No lunch

Friday, May 22 immediately following the last exam seniors will have graduation practice you will report to the gym.

Ridgeview Sports Performance Camp – Mayer Lutheran High School

Ridgeview Sports Performance Camp is designed to help the student-athlete train in preparation for their upcoming sport season. Our sports performance specialists, along with our staff of athletic trainers, many with Master’s Degrees in exercise physiology have developed a professional model that provides proven performance programming combined with efficient use of the student-athlete’s time. 90-minute sessions will focus on strength, power and speed/agility training. Ridgeview’s favorable staff to student-athlete ratio (approximately 1:15) will ensure proper technique to decrease injury risk and improve athletic performance.

DATES: June 8th – July 25th, 2015

DAYS: Mondays and Wednesdays (16 sessions which include weight room and speed/agility training)TIME: 8:30 – 10:00 AM COST: $190 (or $170 if paid before May 1st)

Registration information is available in Mr. Bierbaum’s office, or by calling Jessica Hess at 952-442-7853. Questions? Please contact Jessica Hess at 952-442-7853 or email jessica.hess@ridgeviewmedical.org.

Free High School Sports Physicals

Free MN State High School League Qualifying Sports Physicals offered at 7 TCO locations across the metro. RSVP Sportsphysicals@TCOmn.com or 952-512-5647 *Space is limited.

Time is 5:00 – 8:00 pm for all locations.

Otsego Monday, July 27 8540 Quaday Ave. NE

Waconia Monday, July 27 560 South Maple St. # 200

Coon Rapids Tuesday, July 28 3111 124th Ave. NW, #200

Eden Prairie Tuesday, July 28 12982 Valley View Rd.

Maple Grove Wednesday, July 29 9630 Grove Circle N, #200

Burnsville Thursday, July 30 1000 West 140th St. #201

Edina Thursday, July 30 4010 West 65th St.

Win an iPad Mini: RSVP 2+ days in advance to be entered into a drawing for a FREE iPad Mini.

Eddie Mac at Knuckleheads Bar and Grill

SPONSORED POST. Eddie Mac will be at Knuckleheads Bar and Grill, Mayer on Sunday, May 17.