Lester Prairie School Bulletin Wednesday, Feb. 12

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN –

Lester Prairie School Bulletin

Feb. 12, 2020

 

Menu:

 

Today’s Menu:  Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or Plain Sauce, Garlic Bread, Lettuce Salad, Steamed Green Beans, Applesauce, Milk

 

Tomorrow’s Menu: Chicken Fajita in a Soft Shell or Roast Beef Sandwich, Lettuce/Tomato Salad, Steamed Mixed Vegetables, Pears, Milk

 

Important Notes and Reminders:

 

 

Big News at Lester Prairie School …  Evan Lee has been accepted into West Point Military Academy!  Evan received a phone call on Monday from Congressman Collin Peterson notifying him on his acceptance. Congratulations Evan!

 

Congratulations to our Lester Prairie Future Problem Solvers who are state bound!

All teams had a top 3 finish in the region and earned a place at state! Our individuals were ranked within the state and placed 2nd, 4th and 5th.   Students who will be attending state: Daniel Jackson, Gael Lopez, Maya Eckstein, Mallorie Torry, Emily Schrupp, Axel Bahena-Vega, Kendall Zabel, Sybil Tervo, Cade Heimerl, Ashlyn Rosenau, Cael Heimerl, Abbey Van Den Broeke, Austin Walstrom, Carl Overbye, Shelby Litzau, Sarai Montano, Allison Knoll, Zach Jackson, Anna Litzau, Jason Zimprich, Taylor Bayerl, Andy Ruwersma, Michael Ruwersma, Kiana Loveland, Jordan Rehmann, and Averi Tritabaugh.

Nice work, LP FPS! Make us proud at state!

 

Congratulations to the band students who attended MSHSL solo/ensemble contest Monday at Holy Family.  They earned 7 superior ratings and 3 excellent ratings.  Nice work musicians!!!!

 

Congratulations to team 15264 the LP BullBots on a fantastic season.  They bowed out in the state quarterfinals this weekend at the 2020 FTC State Championships.  This means they finished in the top 24 teams of 205 in the state of Minnesota! Way to represent Lester Prairie!!

 

Message from Brenda Gould at Prairie Bus:

I would like to let you all know that I will be transferring out of Lester Prairie.  My last day at Prairie Bus will be Friday, Feb. 14.  I would like to leave you with a huge compliment on your town, your people and your youth.  I have come to love this community and it’s people.  You have something very unique in the way you all stick together.  I love the way you are raising your next generation.  These kids are wonderful!  They are kind and caring and extremely well behaved.  I have talked to many of you about driving bus and heard many comment on fear of a bus load of kids…NOT an issue in Lester!  Thank you for accepting me the last 22 years into your lovely community and trusting me with your children.  I will very much miss it.  Keep up the great job watching out for each other and continue raising your youth just as you have.  I would not want to see any changes (except some more local bus drivers!).  I have hopes that our paths will cross again in life!  God bless you all! – Brenda

No School

Monday, Feb.17

 

Band students can start bringing in items for the raffle basket fundraiser until February 28th. Themes are 12th grade-Baking, 11th-Summer Fun, 10th-Camping/Grilling, 9th-Lazy Saturday and 6-8th grades Family Fun Night.

 

Parents of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: LP After Prom Raffle tickets have been sent home with students. Each student is responsible for selling 30 tickets and returning them to Cheryl Bayerl. If you have any questions, please let Cheryl Bayerl know.

 

The PTO will be making a Box Top submission soon. Please give nonexpired, trimmed Box Tops to classroom teachers by February 14th. Thank you for your ongoing support.

 

The next free lunch for high school students will be on Wed., Feb. 19.

 

The Helland’s are involved in a fundraiser for 2B Continued called “Dancing Like the Starts” on April 11th, 2020 at the Glencoe City Center from 6-10 p.m.  All proceeds benefit 2B Continued which was formed to honor Shelly Teubert which supports the suicide prevention and mental health awareness.  Ticket can be purchased on line through their go fund me account.  Donations are also being collected in the LP School office which will go towards 2B Continued and will help the Hellands win that portion of the event.  Good luck to the Hellands!

 

Driver Ed winter classroom schedules are in the office.  Please fill out and return to Mr. Neubarth ASAP.  Thanks!

 

The following students need to turn in their schedule forms for next year to Mrs. Mattson, please see Mrs. Mattson if you need another form: London Groff, Alexis Kubista, Daniel Ruelas, Gavin Eckstein, Jose Martinez, Angel Diaz, Juan Espinoza,  Matthew Tervo

 

 

 

 

Pennies  For  Patients Totals:

 

K – Smith                   K – Walstrom                        1 – Brandel                1 – Willems                2 – Roth

$143.19                       $72.70                                     $63.31                         $80.89                         $124.64

 

3 – Bayerl                   3 – Anderberg                       4 – Oie                        5 – Larson                  5  Kramer

$46.06                         $57.23                                     $116.07                       $42.81                         $28.32

 

6 – Carmine               6 – Rogotzke              Preschool                    Elementary Total

$47.82                         $21.75                                     $27.23                         $844.79

 

7th Grade                    8th Grade                                9th Grade                    10th Grade                  11th Grade

$23.50                         $9.88                                       $9.45                           $8.57                           $85.16

 

12th Grade                  High School Total                 Suckers/etc.                Grand Total

$97.04                         $233.60                                   $243.30                       $1,321.69

 

 

Pie-ing bidding sheets are located by Mr. Scheevel’s Room (Room 144)

 

 

 

Activities and Sports:

 

Any 7 to 12 grade student planning on playing school softball this season, please sign up in the office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAMILY LITERARY NIGHT

 

The Lester Prairie PTO wishes to send out a THANK YOU to everyone who has donated new and gently used books.

 

We have received oodles more than expected of multiple age groups including adult reading.

 

The concession stand will be open during the event. Get a free water with a purchase of a hot dog!

 

We look forward to seeing everyone from 5:30 to 7:00 PM at our Family Fun event on Thursday, 2/13 at the Lester Prairie School gym!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming Soon

Family Literary Night

Hosted by

The Lester Prairie PTO

Thursday, February 13, 2020

5:30-7:00 PM – School Gym

Free Family Event with Games including Bingo for Books, Crafts/Make and Takes and Literacy Resources

For this event we need new and gently used books of all ages (including adult) as prizes for Bingo and other games

A drop box for collecting books will be located by the office for you to drop off your books or you can send them to school with your child

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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