Lost Headphones – If you happen to see a pair of these headphones please see Joan.
Student Teacher Classes:
Attention Educators: Are you working in the field of education and curious to learn more about MNCS? On Thursday 2/22/18, you are welcome to visit MNCS High School from 10:00 – 11:30 AM to tour the building and learn about how a project-based, teacher-led school works. This event is free of charge, and you can be in touch with Nichole Kotasek at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
MNCS is looking for 16-20 students to volunteer at the Children’s Water Festival on Wednesday, March 7th from 8:20 – 3:05.
The annual Children’s Water Festival is a one-day event, heightening the awareness and importance of our most valuable resource — water. Each year about 1,000 fourth graders from Brown, Nicollet and Cottonwood Counties have the opportunity to participate in a fun-filled day of water-related activities at a Children’s Water Festival. The day is filled with hands-on activities, an exhibit hall, and entertainment.
This a great opportunity to help out and have some fun too!
We will leave MNCS at 8:20 and return by 3:05.
- Note – this is an early out day and regular busses will not be able to take students home after the water festival is over. We will drop students off at the following locations or you can arrange other transportation prior to 3/7.
o Mankato Dog Park around 2:15
o St. Peter Community Center around 2:30
o Le Sueur Community Center around 2:50
o MNCS by 3:05 (students will need to arrange their own transportation from MNCS – the building closes at 4:30)
There is no cost and lunch is provided.
Sign up at Nichole’s desk.
Murder Mystery Dinner February 23, 2018 – Tickets are now on sale $25 per person or reserve a table of 8 for $150. To purchase tickets or you can’t make the event and would still like to donate contact email@example.com or David firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss this opportunity to give your friend a “Violation” Ticket. For $10 you could have the “MNCS Police” pull them over. At that time they have the option to pay the ticket or go to “MNCS Court”, where they are shamed for their actions and need to raise the money to pay their fine. Contact Joan email@example.com to purchase a “Violation Ticket” These tickets will also be available for purchase at the door.
Wolf Ridge – Every year MNCS high school and elementary students attend camp at the Wolf Ridge Environmental Center. If you’d like to donate to the upcoming MNCS Wolf Ridge Trip see this link: https://www.gofundme.com/mncs-wolf-ridge-enviroed-3day-trip
Branson Trip – April 8-13 2018 – Students will be joining Diann and Dean on a adventure to Branson, MO. If you would like to help offset the cost for these students by making a monetary donation contact Dean firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior High Knowledge Bowl Meet Dates:
2-16-18 – Meet @ Cleveland – Bus leaves MNCS at 7:45am
3-6-18 – Sub Regionals @ New Ulm – Bus leaves MNCS at 7:25am
3-8-18 – Regionals @ New Ulm – Bus leaves MNCS at 7:25am
The Kitchen Cupboard Cafe Menu 16-17
Tickets are for purchase at Nancy’s desk, by check, cash, or on http://www.payforit.net. Students manage their own lunch tickets once purchased. Lunches are $3.50 each, make checks out to MNCS. Students need to put their lunch ticket with their name on it into the “Lunch Tickets” box by 8:30am at Nancy’s desk each morning to order lunch.
16th: grilled cheese, tomato soup and sweet corn nuggets
20th: taco-in-a-bag and churro (Kitchen style)
21st: chicken nuggets, corn and mashed potatoes with gravy
22nd: chili, corn bread muffin and yogurt parfait
23rd: fish sandwich with cheese and waffle fries
26th: beef stew, biscuit and cottage cheese with peaches
27th: chocolate chip waffles, stuffed hashbrown triangles (with bacon and cheese) and fruit cocktail
28th: meatball marinara sub sandwich and green bean casserole
17-18 Writing Prompts – Click this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B4bXVUE8oxena1BibVl4SWI1bXc
Driver Education Registration Form Classroom Instruction Feb. 20 – March 12, 2018 – Dr. Ed .Class Feb. 2018
The income guidelines to qualify are as followed, but we do not intend further inquires for financial statue, and will go based upon the honor system.
Family size Annual income:
Six $57,561 -$65,920
If you are interested in a volunteering, or giving a monetary donation contact Deb Meyer 507-248-3594.
High School hours are 8:15am – 3:05pm
MNCS Palmer and Trailblazer Bus Schedules are up to date on the Transportation page, click this link to go there. (Opens a new tab)
Honeywell Instant Alert System – Our Instant Alert System that we use to notify you via phone, text e-mail etc… of school closings due to weather is updated and ready to go. If you have not set up a profile – see this attachment for details : honeywell-instant-alert-help-faq-sheet-oct-2016. If you have any questions please contact Anthony Sonnek: email@example.com.
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