We are making plans to offer a Drivers' Education class in school soon. If your student would like to participate, please reach out to their advisor and let them know so we can get a good idea of how many are interested. The fee would be $100 for the class.
Another beautiful cake was completed by Leila Jerry. Strawberry banana with strawberry buttercream, taffy and fresh strawberries. Delicious!
The cakes and their makers: Dusty and Talon with a Minecraft Cake, Darreona and Jordin with a peanut butter/apple cheese cake, and Kyler and DeShawn with a triple-layer red velvet cake. Good job, bakers!
Looks like the Chopped Challenge class completed some tasty cakes today! If anyone wants to know why I can't lose weight this is why! So good!
Free Thanksgiving dinners available. Call 218-999-9233 or email email@example.com to order. Must order by Tues. Nov. 22nd.
Congratulations to Addison Marrier on completion of MAAP STARS Officer training. Addison was awarded her training certificate by Dr. Wayne Jennings. She is pictured here with the other STARS Officers. The new officers traveled to Roseville on Friday to meet with guest speakers Wayne Jennings, Andrew Hasek, and MAAP President Brad Jensen to discuss education opportunities, current education legislation, and how to connect with local representatives.
Thank you to all the participants in the Veterans Day program last Friday. We had a very nice program and the audience was very respectful.
NLCS would like to thank all service members for their courage and dedication to our country. And thank you to their families for their support and sacrifice. We will be hosting a Veterans Day program in our gym today at 1 pm. Open to the public. Please join us.
It is that time of year for a head lice reminder: Please tell kids not to share hats, shirts, jackets, etc.; and NO BLANKETS! If you find that your child has lice, check here for treatment advice: https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/head/treatment.html
Oregon Trail Seminar - students studied the history about the trail and the trials during the journey. They tested their wits and decision making by playing the board game. And made diaromas representing the carriages, animals and supplies needed for the long journey.
Remember to vote today. Polls are open until 8:00 pm. If you are in line by 8 pm, they must allow you to vote. Also, employers are required to allow you to go vote without loss of pay if you haven't voted today and you're at work right now. Click here if you are not sure where to go: https://pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us
Minor change to Lunch for Wednesday November 2nd. Calzone instead of chicken tacos! So Calzones for Wednesday Lunch!
And the costume winners are... Most Creative - DeShawn as Pyramid Head, Best Costume - Patch as Mad Hatter, Scariest Costume(s) - Serenity and Kaden as the Walking Dead. Congratulations to everyone who participated today!
Last bunch until the costume contest results!
More costume action. So creative!
NLCS students love Halloween! We have everything from dragons, ghosts, and wizards to the Mandalorian, Harry Potter, and Willy Wonka in the building today!
When there's something weird in your neighborhood. Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!
Trout in the Classroom kick off with Macroinvertebrate investigation in Swan River testing for water quality. Students in Donna’s advisory suited up in waders to discover what “critters” were hiding beneath the surface.
So sorry. That should have said WEDNESDAY (tomorrow - 10/26) is Picture Day. I lost track of what day it was today.