• Cedar Mountain MS/HS Daily Announcements                      Friday, November 16


    General Announcements


    Early Out today.  Students are dismissed at 12:10.


    Reminder to all students who choose to participate in open gym before school, during lunch, or at night: In order to participate students must have proper shoes (clean and no boots), all equipment must be cleaned up at the end of the sessions and poor language will not be tolerated.


    The Adopt An Angel project has begun!  A Yellow Ribbon member or adviser will be available during both lunch shifts TODAY.  You may pick a boy or girl ages 1-13 to purchase a gift for, wrap it, tape the angel to the gift, and return it to school by Monday, December 3rd.  We have 100 angels to be adopted.


    Yellow Ribbon is also sponsoring a Holiday Food Drive.  Please bring in any non-perishable food items by Monday, December 3rd and we will deliver to WE Care.     


    With the winter sports season started just wanted to remind athletes about Eligibility(Activities & Athletics): A student must be in school or be participating in a school sponsored activity for the entire day to be eligible to participate in or attend the day’s activities or programs (concerts, athletic events, dances, etc.-THIS INCLUDES PRACTICES).  Notes from a medical professional are required in order for medical absences to be approved.  Parents and students must discuss extenuating circumstances with the principal for there to be any exception. Any unexcused student absence during a given season, will result in the student being ineligible for the next event/competition.  Page 5 of the Handbook


    Lunch Dismissal Schedule

    Middle School (11:34-12:04)         High School (12:23-12:53)

    11:34-8th grade                               12:22-Seniors

    11:36-7th grade                               12:23-Juniors

    11:38-6th grade                               12:25-Sophomores



    SHARE THE SPIRIT (Redwood County) and SANTA'S CLOSET (Renville County) forms are now available if you are or you know of a family who is in need of some extra support this holiday season with gifts and/or food.  Applications will be available at conferences, in the offices at each school, or from Mrs. Sturm.  




    Cougar Athletic Training participants- a Schoology page has been created for announcements and info.  The class code is TJ9G5-G5FJG.  Great job during week 1!


    Baseball players are to meet today at 12:08 in Mr. Robinson’s room.


    Gymnastics practice at Redwood.  Van leaves at 3:25.


    No JH BBB practice.


    No JH GBB practice.


    9-12 GBB practice in Morgan.  Shuttle from Franklin will leave at 3:15.


    Girls in grade 6, 7 & 8-Spring Volleyball League sheets were handed out.  If you didn’t get one there are extras in the ms/hs office.  If you are interested in participating please return your form by TODAY.


    Varsity Football players are reminded that the Banquet is tonight starting at 6:30.


    9-12 BBB and Wrestling practice begins Monday.  May sure all your paperwork is turned in before practice starts.


    BBB Parent Meeting at 6:00 PM on Monday in the cafeteria.


    Baseball players- there will be a discount fundraiser card "wrap-up" Tuesday at 6PM in the Redwood Valley Commons Area for anyone who can make it.  There are still a few days to sell cards.  If you need more cards, contact Mr. Robinson.


    GBB Parent Meeting will be Tuesday at 6:00 PM in the cafeteria.


    High School


    PLATO students need to be at 60% completed by TODAY.


    Juniors who took the ASVAB will need their Chromebooks fully charged for the ASVAB interpretation session on Tuesday.


    Juniors and Seniors-CPR Training: On Wednesday, November 21st, all junior and seniors will be participating in CPR training from 8:30am-11:30am in the gym. This training is a state requirement and we are excited to be able to provide it to our students. Training staff from Ridgewater College will be here that day. Student should wear comfortable shoes and clothing. This is a half day with a 12:10pm dismissal.


    Reminder when coming down for lunch to leave your chromebooks in your lockers.  They are not to be on the floors or anywhere else except in your locker.


    Looking for a part time job?  Cedar Mountain Elementary is looking for a helper for Camp Cougar, our after school child care in the Franklin building.   Applicant must be at least 16 years old.  Hours are 3:30-5:30 Mon- Fri.  Please call or email Michelle Thooft if interested. mthooft@cedarmt.org  or 557-2251.


    Senior and NHS hours opportunity-if you would like to help with youth basketball tournaments on Saturday, Jan. 26 or Feb. 9 please contact Jolene Lueck at 507-430-2221.


    Seniors, NHS or anyone needing volunteer hours the greenery for the music department will be at school on Sunday at 5:30.  If you can help out please contact Mrs. Eberhard.


    Waynes in Morgan is looking for a part-time pizza cook.  You must be sixteen or older and be responsible, reliable and willing to work.  Available shifts are two week nights and every other weekend/holiday.


    Middle School


    Starting NOW- ALL binders, chromebooks, notebooks, books, etc.  need to be put in your locker at lunch time.  Failure to do so will result in no gym time for the week.


    Blue Crue


    Meetings are Tuesday mornings at 7:50 in Ms. Pautzke's room unless notified.







    Friday mornings from 7:45-8:15 will be Floriculture CDE practice.


    Crops practice on Monday morning at 7:45 am for all team members and anyone interested in joining. If you are unable to make it, please let Ms. Wilts know.


    If you are interested in attending APEX talk to Ms. Wilts before November 20th, This is a conference for 10-12th graders who are interested in Ag Policy.


    Next meeting is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. 


    FFA Fruit is being delivered on Friday December 7th. It will be ready for pick up at 3:20 that day.


    Upcoming CDE's:

    **December 13th - U of M Invite - Farm Business Management, Small Animals, and Floriculture.

    **January 11th - Region Contest for Crops, Small Animals, Poultry, Ag Sales, and Farm Bureau Discussion Meet.

    If you are interested in participating in any of these please let Ms. Wilts know so you can start practicing.