STMA High School Daily Announcements 

Friday, April 28, 2017

Dance Announcement - STMA Dance Team coaches will hold an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 2nd in the high school cafeteria from 3.45 – 6PM for any girls interested in trying out for the team. You can pick up an information flyer in the Activities Office.

Attention senior honor students!  -  If you received a letter informing you that you are graduating with honors, please make sure you go online to fill out your biography for the Crow River News.  Simply go to the high school webpage, click on guidance office and under the heading SENIORS, click on the Honor Student Biography link.  All submissions need to be in before Monday, May 1st to be published.  See Ms. Poss in the Guidance Office with questions.

Employment Opportunities - There are a couple of new jobs posted on the employment board in the Guidance Office hallway.  An Albertville family is looking for a nanny to fill in for part of July and the month of August.  Also, Cintas, which is a company that provides uniforms and other products to businesses, is looking for a 2nd shift truck loader and unloader for their Maple Grove location.  See the jobs board for details on how to apply for these positions and many others that are posted.

The Rolling Knights - The rolling knights have returned from their tournament in big lake, and have very exciting news!!! They did an outstanding job!   In the girls CI division STMA took 1st and 2nd place!   In the boys CI division it was an STMA clean sweep! STMA took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place!  And, best of all, the rolling knights had the highest team score and took home the first place trophy! Congratulations to the Rolling Knights! Roll on!!

Media Center Closing - The media center will be closed during the week of May 1st due to A.P. Testing.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Arts of the Knight - Any student or group who is performing in Arts of the Knights needs to talk with Mr. Mann TODAY for information on rehearsal and program.

Rolling Knights - Tomorrow the Rolling Knights compete at their first bowling tournament of the year in Big Lake at 9 am!  The knights will take on Monticello, Dassel Cokato, and Princeton.  If you see them in the halls, wish them good luck! GO KNIGHTS!

Rolling Knights - Tomorrow the Rolling Knights compete at their first bowling tournament of the year in Big Lake at 9 am!  The knights will take on Monticello, Dassel Cokato, and Princeton.  If you see them in the halls, wish them good luck! GO KNIGHTS!

ACT Deadline - Students interested in taking the ACT on June 10th must register by next Friday, May 5th.  To register please visit www.actstudent.org.  

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Hanover Lions Scholarship - The Hanover Lions is offering 6 - $1000 scholarships to students who attended Hanover Elementary or Salem Elementary or currently live within 5 miles of Hanover City Hall.  Stop in the guidance office for an application.

Dollar War Results - The battle is over and the Dollar Wars victors this year are the seniors! Counting dollars as positive and $5 bills as negative, the seniors came in first, the juniors second, the freshmen third, and the sophomores last. With very generous donations by the teachers, we were able to raise $1,295 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. The teachers raised the most, so they will be able to wear jeans for a week (thanks Mr. Driver). Since the senior class won the interclass battle, four seniors who contributed at least $5 were drawn at random to win Amazon gift cards. See Mr. Zahler to collect your prizes.

NASA Engineer Group - The NASA Engineering group will NOT meet this week.

Captain’s Council  - There will be a Captain’s Council meeting in Mr. Cornell’s room Friday morning at 7:55 AM.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

College Visit - An admissions representative from North Hennepin Community College will be in the Guidance Office on Thursday.  This is an excellent opportunity to get your questions answered about their college.

Job Opportunity - A local lawn Maintenance and  snow removal company is looking for employees to work full time, year round.  Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.   See the jobs board in the Guidance office hallway for details on this and many other employment opportunities.

JV Baseball -  The JV baseball team improved their record to 8-0 with a win over the Maple Grove Crimson 14-7.

Volunteer Opportunity - We are still looking for 3 more volunteers to help with refreshments & clean-up from 7:30-9:30 pm for the Academic Awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 17th.  If interested, please see Mrs. Kolling in the math pod (room 1142) to sign up.

Pizza Party for Ms. Henrikson's Tri 2 Studio Art - Studio Art students who won the Pizza Party need to check in with Ms. Henrikson before Friday. Remember, you will go to the Studio Art room for A Lunch, and return to your normal 3rd period schedule afterwards.  

Softball - The Varsity softball team defeated Cambridge-Isanti last night 10-0.   The girls play tonight in North Branch.

 

 

Word of the Day –   ‘slough’ - a verb (SLUFF) meaning:  1.  to cast off or become cast off  2.  to crumble slowly and fall away  3.  to get rid of or discard as irksome, objectionable, or disadvantageous.

Quote of the Week “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud”.

 

                                                                               ~ Maya Angelou

               

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.