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HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED – MN

LAKER UPDATE

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Welcome To Homecoming Week –

Today is Camo/Blaze Orange day

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WHATS ON THE MENU? Pasta w/ Meat Sauce & Cheese or Chicken/Alfredo ; Garlic Toast

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FOOTBALL:9th Grade football is heading to STMa tonight. The bus leaves at 3:05 and kick off is at 4:30.

 

CONGRATULATIONS: Congrats to our 2014 Homecoming candidates! Jack Jagodzinski, Sabrina Sale, Liam Fury, Kassandra Scherping, Brady Jenkins, Mikayla Kittock, Marisa Fiecke, Russell Bayerl, Marissa Woolhouse, Luke Theisen, Darya Karas, Logan Kritzeck.

SENIORS: Get your money into Mrs. Hand if you plan on attending the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. Money is due by October 3rd and the cost is $58.00.

OLIVER!: Please be sure to get your fees and forms in. Everything MUST be turned in before you practice. To receive text updates, please text: @hlwwoliver to 651-318-3112.

HOMECOMING: Homecoming is HERE!!! Get into the spirit by participating during the rest of the week!

Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday – Honors Breakfast at 8am

Thursday: Class Color Day: Seniors – Black, Juniors – Pink, Sophomores – White, Freshman – Green Staff – Red The volleyball match against Holdingford will begin at 5:45.

Friday: Blue and Gold – Coronation will take place at 1pm with a pepfest at 2pm. The football game Vs Holdingford will kick off at 7pm.

 

JUNIORS, PARENTS & COMMUNITY: The junior class will once again be sponsoring a paper drive fundraiser for Prom. The dates are Nov. 3 – Nov. 17. Start saving your newspaper & Cardboard!

 

FITNESS CENTER HOURS: The Fitness Center is open for use Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:35 – 4:30pm, and Tuesday and Friday from 2:35 – 4pm.

 

NOTICE: The blood drive will be on Monday, October 6th from 8am – 2pm. Sign up during lunch. You must be 16 or older to donate. If you are 16 you will need to have a permission slip signed. If you have any questions please contact Abbey.

FFA: Come Join FFA in a Fall Clean-Up Project! The event will be taking place on October 4th at noon. Please check with FFA or in the office for more details.

NHS: The NHS is hosting a “Chicken Bingo” fundraiser for homecoming this week. Please find an NHS

Member to purchase a bingo square for $2 and enter for a chance to win up to $100! The winner will

be announced Thursday night during the volleyball game.

STUDENTS: The junior class is calling you out in a penny war. Here are the rules:

- each grade fills their bucket with pennies

- “bomb”other grades by adding silver coins or dollars to their buckets

(Silver coins and dollars count against their totals)

- totals will be reported daily

- winner will be announced at pep fest

- winning class will receive donut breakfast

 

AFTER PROM: There will be an After Prom Committee this year! This is a non-profit organization made up of volunteer parents that fund raise during the school year in order to provide a safe place for students to go after prom is over. Any parent with kids in any grade are welcome to be part of it. Prom is May 2, 2015 this coming year. If you are interested in helping/being involved with this committee, please contact Nancy Decker-Miller (612-590-9287 or neastmanj2218@msn.com) or Stacey Smida (612-203-9089 or staceymsmida@gmail.com). The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 30th at 6:30pm in the High School commons.

 

PARENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS: Would you like to receive the bulletin via email? Please send request to ldetlefsen@hlww.k12.mn.us.

 

 

UPCOMING COLLEGE AND MILITARY VISITS

NAVY IRVING MENDEZ 11:29-12:51 COMMONS 2ND THURS / MONTH

10/9/2014 NAVY IRVING MENDEZ 11:29-11:51 COMMONS 2ND THURS / MONTH

10/21/2014 ST CATHERINE  8:30 Media Center

10/29/2014 Bemidji State Tia Massar 1:00 Media Center

10/29/2014 ST JOHNS/ST BENEDICTS Eric Aschenbeck 1:45

11/4/2014 U of M Duluth Heather Rhondau 11:30-1:00 Media Center/Commons

11/7/2014 St. Cloud Technical & Comm Rocky Horn 11:29-12:51 COMMONS

11/13/2014 NAVY IRVING MENDEZ 11:29-11:51 COMMONS 2ND THURS / MONTH

11/21/2014 ST MARY’S COLLEGE ANDREA 9:00AM Media Center

12/11/2014 NAVY IRVING MENDEZ 11:29-11:51 COMMONS 2ND THURS / MONTH

12/12/2014 ITASCA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Candace Perry 8:30am Media Center

 

 

 

Lester Prairie school bulletin Monday, Sept. 29

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin Sept. 29, 2014 Menu: Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Pork Chop Patty or Turkey & Gravy, or Hot Ham Sandwich or Grilled Cheese, Cooked Cabbage, Baked Beans, Bread, Peaches and Pears, Milk Congratulations Varsity FB on your Homecoming victory Friday night over USC, 20-0. It was our best all around played game of the season. The Bulldogs are now 4-1 overall on the season, 3-1 in the Gopher Valley 1A Conference. There will be pep band for the volleyball game TONIGHT. Please be on stage by 6:25. Also, there will be pep band at LP for the volleyball game on Oct 7th. This is a change from your schedules. It was at HT earlier. Reminder to 4th, 5th & 6th graders: I you are interested in the basketball league, please sign up ASAP. Thanks! If anyone got missed and would like to purchase softener salt and have it delivered to your home, we do have some extras. Please contact Kelli Machemehl at 320-224-4368 if interested. Thanks! EXTRA YEARBOOKS were sent with our shipment and are available for sale. Price $60. Contact Mrs. DeBruyckere or the school office if you are interested in purchasing one. Homework Help goes from 3:00-5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should have work to complete. SAMSHA announced a new app for parents. There is basic information about bullying and also how to talk to children about bullying. You can get the app for no cost – just download “Know Bullying” (www.bit.ly/KnowBullying). Many of you will recognize much of this content as having been repackaged information from the 15+ materials (Take Time to Listen-Take Time to Talk about Bullying). The LP Ambassadors are selling Carlson Orchard Apple Pies, Pumpkin Pies and Apple Crisp for only $10 until October 9th. The pies can be picked up at the LP City Hall on Saturday, October 18 at 11:00. You may order with Grace Nelson or in the school office. Vision and Hearing Screening will take place on October 30 for grades K-5 and November 3 for grades 7 & 10. Flu shots and mist will be available to the public during conferences on October 14 from 5:00-7:30. No appointments are necessary and bring your insurance card. If you don’t have insurance, the cost is $35. Join Lester Prairie School During National Teen Driver Safety Week, our high school is participating in Celebrate My Drive® and we’d like to invite your support! Lester Prairie School is participating in the program because teen driver safety is important to us and our school will have a chance to win 1 of 90 $25,000 grants or 1 of 10 $100,000 grants from State Farm®! We could also win 1 of 2 hometown concert events by The Band Perry! But we need your help. You can make a safe driving commitment once a day, every day, between October 15 and 24, 2014 if over the age of 14. The more safe driving commitments we make, the better our school’s chance of winning $100,000 and hosting a concert. It’s simple:  Log onto celebratemydrive.com  Indicate you want to support Lester Prairie School  Commit to drive safely! You can also invite your friends and family to get involved or share on Facebook — facebook.com/CelebrateMyDrive. Thanks for your support! Remember, 2N2®: 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel. Monday, Sep 29, 2014 Time Event Details Comments 3:30pm- 5:30pm Football – 7th-8th Grade Practice Lester Prairie High School 3:30pm- 6:00pm Football – Practice 9-12 Lester Prairie High School 4:15pm Volleyball: Junior High Match Jordan vs. Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity @ Holy Trinity High School 5:30pm Volleyball:Girls JV Match Prairie Seeds Academy vs. Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity @ Lester Prairie High School 6:00pm- 9:00pm CE – Dance Cafeteria 6:30pm- 9:00pm CE – GED/ELL Classes Computer Lab Room 115 7:00pm Volleyball:Girls Varsity Match Prairie Seeds Academy vs. Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity @ Lester Prairie High School PEP BAND There will be practice for the Varsity volleyball players today from 4:00-5:00 before the JV game. Reminder, there is open gym on Sundays from 1:00-2:30. The gym is open to anyone. Students in 6th grade and below must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $1 students $2 adults

Mayer Lutheran High School Sept. 29 announcements

MAYER, MN – Monday, Sept. 29 – Lunch – Chicken Sandwich
10:38 – Chapel – Pastor Zacharias
4:00/5:00 – B & V Girls Soccer vs Mound Westonka @ MLHS
4:45/6/7:15 – Volleyball vs Hutchinson @ MLHS
5-9:00 – Musical Practice
5/7:00 – B & V Boys Soccer vs Westonka @ MLHS
6:00 – C Squad FB @ Jordan – leave @ 4:00

The students who received a PASS from the school nurse last week Thursday and did not get to see her, please stop in the office today during the Academic Period time. Thank you.

Student’s: A reminder that Wednesday, Oct. 1st Academic Warnings will be sent out. Do you have all your assignments in? If you have a C or lower your parents will be notified. The end of the 1st quarter is Oct. 15th.

Dr. Richard Fischer from Concordia University Chicago will be on campus today, Monday, September 29th to work with the Wind Ensemble and talk to any students about choosing colleges, preparing for music scholarships, preparing to be a music major, how to be a better musician, the difference between players and musicians, or any topic about music and the arts that you may have. Dr. Fischer will be available to meet with students during 2nd hour and after chapel on the 29th. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and talk with a nationally recognized conductor/clinician/musician who will be visiting us this Monday and looks forward to meeting you.

Driver’s Ed
The Fall Drivers Ed. Class will be held beginning on October 20 thru Oct. 31. Time 3-6 PM @ MLHS.
DS Driving School West will be the instructors. Sign up on-line. www.dsdrivingschoolwest.com
The Spring session will be held March 2nd thru March 13th @ MLHS.

Attention Seniors: October 15 is the annual Senior Give-back Day. This service day, which begins after the morning Christian Leadership speaker will send you out into the community. One of the projects at St. John’s in Chaska will have students working with students as teacher aids. St. John’s is looking for students who have an interest in education as a possible career choice. If you are considering becoming an educator and would be interested in this type of experience, please speak with Mr. Wilaby ASAP. Other projects include Carver County Parks, Mayer LHS, and Bountiful Baskets Food Shelf – Chaska. More information regarding projects will be released in the near future.

College Preparatory Program
What is it?
While all students at Mayer LHS must meet the minimum graduation requirements, this program sets standards beyond the “minimum” to better prepare the next generation of Christian Leaders who plan to go to College.
How do I apply?
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater may apply for this program at the beginning of their sophomore year through the end of the junior year.
Where do I get more information about this program?
Contact Mrs. Kelzer, Guidance Counselor, at ext. 1012 or Mr. Wilaby, Principal, at ext. 1008

Holy Trinity High School Sept. 29 announcements

WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today:     Chicken Gravy/Mashed Potatoes, Roll, Fruit

Lunch Server for the week:  Ryan Hoffmann, Nathaniel Hausladen

Congratulations to the football team on their 20-0 homecoming win last Friday against USC.  They are now 4 and 1 on the season.

Thanks to all the student council members that worked so hard to make Homecoming week a huge success.  Special thanks to Katie and Polly for their leadership throughout the weekend and to all the students that came to the dance on Friday night to make it a huge success.  You can all be proud for making it a great week!

3:30 – FB practice

3:30 – CC practice

4:00-5:00 – Varsity VB practice at LP

4:15 – JHVB – HHT – Jordan

5:30/7:00 – VB – HLP – Prairie Seeds

The following students need to turn in their homecoming button money to Mrs. Kahle by noon today: Nicole and Wyatt Entiner, Steph Hoffmann and Julia Pelzel.

Mrs. Kahle is looking for 2 more people to go to the food shelf next Tuesday, Oct. 7th.  We need 3 volunteers 2 times each month, so please consider volunteering a couple of times this year.  You leave at 7:45 in the morning and get back around 10:30.  You also receive 2 service hours for this.

The first youth group event of the year is coming up Saturday, Oct. 11th.  The evening will start with 5:00mass followed by a pizza supper and kickball at Barrett field.  Last year we had about 20 kids and had a lot of fun.  If you are interested in attending please sign up with Mrs. Kahle.

Save the date for this year’s Halloween Bash which will be Friday, Oct. 24th.  The spook house will be back this year in the locker room and something new will be a scavenger hunt with a cash prize for the winning team.  Details are still being worked out but save the date and watch for more details in the coming weeks.  Permission slips will be available later this week.

Tomorrow is Tally Rally Tuesday so make sure to turn in your marathon envelope.  We really need the high school to step it up and get pledges.

Lester Prairie school bulletin Friday, Sept. 26

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – Lester Prairie School Bulletin Sept. 26, 2014 Menu: Chicken Patty on a Bun or Egg and Cheese Omelet and Bread, Peas or Carrots, Lettuce Salad, Apples or Oranges & Dried Fruit, Milk Cross Country Results from the HLWW Meet: 5 Teams Girls’ Team was 4th. Emilee Berry was 5th place. Boys’ team was 3rd. Todd Johnson was 16th and Drew Jackson was 17th. In the JV Race: Travis Bayerl was 12th. No Cross Country practice today. Congratulations to the Homecoming Queen – Gracie Nelson and to the Homecoming King – Frankie Lopez! Please excuse all the Cheerleaders at 2:00 to go to the gym to set up for Pep-Fest, thanks! Pep Fest 7th hour Students should be released from class at 2:25 TODAY. Pep band members will need to be excused earlier to get ready to play as students come in. Homecoming Parade The Lester Prairie Bulldog Booster Club is hosting a Homecoming parade TODAY starting at 5:45 p.m. at the Lester Prairie School. The parade route will begin at the High School and proceed up to the football field. The football game will follow at 7:00 p.m. We are inviting Grades 6-12 and the other various school organizations and athletic tams to participate in the parade by either entering a float or walking in the parade. The Booster Club will provide each “class” float entry with a gift of $25 to be put into your class treasury account. The floats will be judged, with a Subway party sub party being awarded to the class (Grades 6-12) who design the first place float. We ask that all parade participants be up at the school no later than 5:20 p.m. so we are ready to go when the football players are ready to go down to the field. You will be provided with the parade line-up upon arrival at the school; look for Cheryl Bayerl. Homecoming Dance Dance will be at Holy Trinity, will begin after the game TONIGHT, and will go until 12 AM. Cost is $4 at the door, or $3 with a donation of a non-perishable food item (presale only). Tickets will be sold during homecoming week before school from 7:50-8:10 AM in the lobby. You may also sign up for the activities shuttle at that time, which will take students from the field to HT for the dance and back to LP by 12:10 AM. Any student from out of town who wishes to attend the dance MUST be signed up by the person who invited them in the office. They also must fill out the emergency contact form, and this MUST be turned in by Thursday 9/26 after school. We will post a list of confirmed out of town guests on the glass window of the office on Friday, so please confirm that all paperwork is in order and your guest is on the list. Anyone not on the list will NOT be admitted. If you are interested in the free activity shuttle from the field after the game to HT for the dance, please sign up in the office. If you plan on riding the bus over to HT but not back to LP, we need a parent note from home. The bus will return to LP at 12:10 AM. Friday: Bulldog Spirit Day Lunch Challenge: Blind Feeders Pep Fest at 2:30 Booster Club Homecoming Parade Homecoming Game Homecoming Dance following game at HT There will be pep band for the football game TONIGHT. Please be at the field by 6:25pm The Lester Prairie Lions will be serving the pre-game meal at the homecoming game TONIGHT. They will start serving at 5:30 p.m. and continue until game time. The menu will be barbecues, bars, chips, and pop. Please come and join us after the parade! Any 6th grader that wants to throw candy in the homecoming parade today needs to bring their own bag of candy. The wrestling photo will be taken on Sunday September 28th, anyone planning to be in Wrestling in grades 7th- 12th, please plan on meeting in the GSL high school parking lot by 5:50 that evening wearing jeans and a white t-shirt. There will be pep band for the volleyball game on Monday Sept 29th. Please be on stage by 6:25. Also, there will be pep band at LP for the volleyball game on Oct 7th. This is a change from your schedules. It was at HT earlier. Reminder to 4th, 5th & 6th graders: I you are interested in the basketball league, please sign up ASAP. Thanks! There is a senior class meeting today during homeroom. ALL seniors are to report to Mr. Bjork’s room at 10:51. If anyone got missed and would like to purchase softener salt and have it delivered to your home, we do have some extras. Please contact Kelli Machemehl at 320-224-4368 if interested. Thanks! ATTENTION JUNIOR CLASS: There are still quite a few people who have not paid their class dues. $10 is due to Taylor Kriz ASAP in order to participate in Homecoming events, thank you!!! 9th graders: Your dues are past due at this point! Please get them paid as soon as possible. Only about 1/2 of you have paid. EXTRA YEARBOOKS were sent with our shipment and are available for sale. Price $60. Contact Mrs. DeBruyckere or the school office if you are interested in purchasing one. Homework Help goes from 3:00-5:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students in Homework Help should have work to complete. SAMSHA announced a new app for parents. There is basic information about bullying and also how to talk to children about bullying. You can get the app for no cost – just download “Know Bullying” (www.bit.ly/KnowBullying). Many of you will recognize much of this content as having been repackaged information from the 15+ materials (Take Time to Listen-Take Time to Talk about Bullying). The LP Ambassadors are selling Carlson Orchard Apple Pies, Pumpkin Pies and Apple Crisp for only $10 until October 9th. The pies can be picked up at the LP City Hall on Saturday, October 18 at 11:00. You may order with Grace Nelson or in the school office. The September Newsletter is online and ready to be viewed. Please check it out! Vision and Hearing Screening will take place on October 30 for grades K-5 and November 3 for grades 7 & 10. Flu shots and mist will be available to the public during conferences on October 14 from 5:00-7:30. No appointments are necessary and bring your insurance card. If you don’t have insurance, the cost is $35. Join Lester Prairie School During National Teen Driver Safety Week, our high school is participating in Celebrate My Drive® and we’d like to invite your support! Lester Prairie School is participating in the program because teen driver safety is important to us and our school will have a chance to win 1 of 90 $25,000 grants or 1 of 10 $100,000 grants from State Farm®! We could also win 1 of 2 hometown concert events by The Band Perry! But we need your help. You can make a safe driving commitment once a day, every day, between October 15 and 24, 2014 if over the age of 14. The more safe driving commitments we make, the better our school’s chance of winning $100,000 and hosting a concert. It’s simple:  Log onto celebratemydrive.com  Indicate you want to support Lester Prairie School  Commit to drive safely! You can also invite your friends and family to get involved or share on Facebook — facebook.com/CelebrateMyDrive. Thanks for your support! Remember, 2N2®: 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel. Friday, Sep 26, 2014 Time Event Details Comments Volleyball – 9-12 practice Lester Prairie Gym 3:00pm- 5:30pm Volleyball – 7-8 Practice (Cancelled) Lester Prairie Gym 7:00pm Football: Varsity Game United South Central vs. Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity @ Lester Prairie Bulldog Field Lester Prairie & Holy Trinity … Saturday, Sep 27, 2014 Tim e Event Details Comments 9:00 am CE – Volleyball NYA Gym 9:45 am CE – Volleyball NYA Gym Sunday, Sep 28, 2014 Time Event Details Comments 1:00pm- 2:30pm CE – Open Gym Lester Prairie Gym 3:00pm- 5:00pm Trap Shooting – Trap Shoot Lester Prairie Sportsmen’s Club 6:00pm- 7:30pm CE – Volleyball Lester Prairie High School 5th Grade Volleyball 8:00pm- 9:15pm CE – Open Gym Lester Prairie Gym Grades 9-12 Reminder, there is open gym on Sundays from 1:00-2:30. The gym is open to anyone. Students in 6th grade and below must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $1 students $2 adults

Mayer Lutheran High School Sept. 26 announcements

MAYER, MN – Parent Note: All Athletes are to bring two pies for the Pork Chop Dinner today, Friday, Sept. 26. Please have them here by 3:00 PM. Please deliver them to the kitchen. Thank you.

The KICKOFF for Celebrate His Harvest is Friday September 26th!!!!

*Tickets go on sale on Friday September 26th ,,,,go on-line to purchase your tickets @ celebratehisharvest.org. The event is Saturday November 1, 2014.

*Stop by the CHH table to help us clear the 100 yard DASH board @ the Homecoming football game….it will be fun!!!

*Grab a Wish List of items that we are seeking for the silent and live auction

Help make this a successful event!!!

See you on Friday night!!!

Kim Martin and Jen Fisher

Chairs for CHH

Pep Fest at the end of the Day
1. 8:10-8:52
2. 8:56-9:38
3. 9:42-10:25
Chapel 10:30-10:45
4A. 10:49-11:34
Lunch 1 10:49-11:09
4B. 11:14-11:59
Lunch 2 11:39 – 11:59
5.12:03-12:46
6.12:50-1:33
7. 1:37-2:20 –
Pepfest 2:24-2:50 in the gym

Lunch – Pizza & Batter Bites – Dancers excused at 2:10 for Pepfest.
Dress-up day – Crusader Day
10:30 – Chapel
4:00 – 6:30 – Booster Club Pork Chop Dinner
5:00 – Boys B Soccer @ MLHS vs Jordan
5:30 – Future Crusaders Tailgate Party
7:00 – Homecoming FB Game vs Jordan – Supervisor – Tim B. and everyone
9:00 – Midnight – Homecoming Dance in the gym

Saturday, Sept. 27
9:00 – 1:00 PM – Musical Practice in F.A.

Dr. Richard Fischer from Concordia University Chicago will be on campus Monday, September 29th to work with the Wind Ensemble and talk to any students about choosing colleges, preparing for music scholarships, preparing to be a music major, how to be a better musician, the difference between players and musicians, or any topic about music and the arts that you may have. Dr. Fischer will be available to meet with students during 2nd hour and after chapel on the 29th. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and talk with a nationally recognized conductor/clinician/musician who will be visiting us this Monday and looks forward to meeting you.

Driver’s Ed
The Fall Drivers Ed. Class will be held beginning on October 20 thru Oct. 31. Time 3-6 PM @ MLHS.
DS Driving School West will be the instructors. Sign up on-line. www.dsdrivingschoolwest.com
The Spring session will be held March 2nd thru March 13th @ MLHS.

Attention Seniors: October 15 is the annual Senior Give-back Day. This service day, which begins after the morning Christian Leadership speaker will send you out into the community. One of the projects at St. John’s in Chaska will have students working with students as teacher aids. St. John’s is looking for students who have an interest in education as a possible career choice. If you are considering becoming an educator and would be interested in this type of experience, please speak with Mr. Wilaby ASAP. Other projects include Carver County Parks, Mayer LHS, and Bountiful Baskets Food Shelf – Chaska. More information regarding projects will be released in the near future.