STMA High School Daily Announcements 

Thursday, June 1, 2017

#GameKnight of the Week - Today’s Section Baseball game vs. Brainerd will be the #GameKnight of the Week.  The STMA Coaches Association will cover $3 of the $6 admission to get into the game.  First pitch vs. Brainerd is at 4:30 PM on the Baseball Field at Middle School West.  Come cheer on the 20-1 Knights!  Again, the cost will only be $3 for STMA students!

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Cross Country - Anyone interested in competing in cross country this fall should stop by Mr. Greeno’s room to get a “sign-up” sheet and turn it back in to Mr. Greeno after filling it out, by Thursday.

STMA Baseball - The STMA Knights Baseball team earned the number one seed for the Section 8AAAA Playoffs by going 19-1 this season. The Knights will host the Moorhead Spuds on Wednesday afternoon at Middle School West Field at 4:30. We hope to see you all at the ballpark on Wednesday and throughout the playoffs.

Captains Council - The Captain’s Council will meet Wednesday morning in Mr. Cornell’s room at 7:55 AM.  This is the last meeting of the year and is open to anyone who wants to learn more about leadership at STMA.  Any 9-11th grader who is interested in being involved next year but is unable to come to the meeting should stop and see Mr. Cornell.

AP Spanish - Next year’s AP Spanish students please stop in to Sra. Stange’s room to pick up a summer reading book.

Community Service Opportunity - Health Source has a community service opportunity next week.  They are looking for some students to help with face painting, next Friday, June 9th, from 9am-1pm. If you’re interested, see Ms. Henrikson in the Art Pod!

Community Service Opportunity - Homeland Security is coming to MSW to create a safety video for their organization. They need some student actors on June 12 from 9:00-12:00 p.m. at MSW. We need 15-20 students to help with this production.  Students can earn community service hours. If a student is interested, s/he will need to complete a release form and have it signed by a parent/guardian.  Please sign up in the Guidance Office.

5K - The STMA Coaches Association is again sponsoring a 5K during Albertville Friendly City Days.  The cost for STMA students is $15.  Registration can be done online or see Mr. Cornell to get a registration form.  The race begins at 8:30 AM on Saturday, June 10th at Middle School West.

Attention Students - If there are any items in your network folder that you would like to keep please move them to your Google Drive, an USB drive or other media. All contents in your network folder will be deleted during the summer.

Seniors – The contents in your Google Drive will also be deleted during the summer. If there is anything you want to keep please move it to a USB drive or other media.

Community Service Opportunity - 2 hours of community service are available to 3 seniors in need of hours to graduate. This opportunity is for Thursday, June 1, at 7 p.m. Please talk to Mrs. Davis in the Planning Room to sign up.  

Friday, May 26, 2017

Girls Lacrosse - Congrats to the girls varsity Lacrosse team on their conference wins over Sartell-Sauk Rapids Tuesday with a score of 20-15 and yesterday over Becker-Big Lake 15-11.  Nice job ladies.

Softball - All C-squad softball players, please make sure you turn in your uniform, lock, and helmet to Coach Shumway by Wednesday.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Girls Golf - The Girls varsity golf team took 2nd place at the Mississippi 8 conference championships yesterday in dramatic fashion.   The Knights overcame an 11 shot deficit to Rogers to take 2nd place!   The Knights set yet another school record with a team score of 341.   

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

JV Baseball - The JV baseball team upended St. Francis last night 3-0.  The Knights finished the season with a 19-1 record.   Congratulations on a great season!

Softball - Congratulations to the Varsity softball team as they defeated Elk River in the first round of sections last night 7-5.   The girls play tomorrow night at Buffalo at 5:00. 

Leftover Woodshop Projects - A reminder to all woodshop students this year.  Please pick up your project and take them home.  ANY project left here after the last day of school will be disposed of and properly recycled.  Please come down and take your project home asap.  See Mr. Bovee for details.

 Activity Center Summer Information - Starting June 5, 2017, EVERY student MUST have an Activity Center membership or purchase a day pass for $5 to be at the Activity Center and you NEED to scan in BEFORE your workout.  You will not be able to work out if you don’t check in at the Activity Center desk.  The only exception to that will be if you are at the Activity Center for a coach-supervised activity (Summer Weightlifting, camps, etc.).  Paying for a high school activity fee does NOT apply during the summer.  Starting June 12, 2017, ALL Fieldhouse and Main Gym courts will be CLOSED Mondays- Fridays 5am to NOON due to scheduled summer camps and activities.  The Weight Room and Upper Walking/ Running track will be OPEN ALL DAY.  Hours subject to change due to holidays.  The STMA High School Summer Strength program begins Monday, June 12, 2017.  The Platform area of the Weight Room will be full on Mondays- Thursdays from 7:45am to Noon.  Scheduled lifting days will be posted on the whiteboard calendar on the table in the Weight Room.  Please stop by the Activity Center office during business hours for information on summer hours.


Word of the Day – ‘valedictory’ – an adjective meaning:  of or relating to an act of bidding farewell : expressing or containing a farewell.

Quote of the Week Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.

                                                                                                    ~   Jim Rohn


Activities:  Please check the Mississippi 8 website for a listing of current activities.  

Mission Statement

The mission of District 885 is to provide a safe educational environment where students are encouraged to develop lifelong learning skills which nurture positive attitudes and self-worth.  This will be accomplished when all graduates function as:  Self-directed learners, Purposeful Thinkers, Effective Communicators, and Responsible Citizens.