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Tuesday, Oct. 4th
Please stand at this time for the pledge. (Pause 10 seconds)
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Seniors~make sure you are checking your school email accounts. There is a lot of information that is communicated this way. If you are having trouble accessing your account, please see MS Brockman.
Welcome to "College Knowledge Month!" This month you can apply to several schools for free.
For a complete list, check out our web site.
Once you have applied, stop by Heather's office to sign the poster, get your green bracelet and take part in the "scavenger hunt." See Heather Karstens in the College and Career Center for details!
Anoka Tech will be visiting us on Monday, October 24th.
Check out this link to their programs. Some take less then 2 years to complete. Sign up with Heather to meet with them. Click on this link for more information:
Share your homecoming photos with the yearbook staff for a chance to be featured in the yearbook! E-mail pictures of friends and events to
. or see Mrs. Kaiser with questions.
If you are taking the PSAT test on October 19th check your school email or the email address you used to sign up. Two informational emails have already been sent. If you have questions see Mr. Stoyke.
Robotics Team is calling for fundraising TODAY after school at 2:45 in room 123. Come check out the Tumblers!
Forest Lake Drumline is starting tonight. Drumline is a group activity where people learn to play instruments and compete competitively nationally and internationally. For more information come to our informational meeting
6-7:30 pm in the band room.
LAYSB is hosting a FREE Personal Finance program for teens in 8th -12th grade starting next week! You will get an opportunity to learn from local bankers about the importance of saving, how to create a spending plan, and get information on credit, debt, and identity protection. Registrations forms are in the College and Career Center.
Congratulations to our 2016 Royalty - Jorden Duda, Brynn Gestson, Tia Moscatelli, Ben Fry, Aiden Irons and Remy Brisbois - We will be voting for King and Queen on FRIDAY!
A Big Congratulations goes to the Samurai Sophomores for winning the Powderpuff tournament...will they be able to repeat for 3 years in a row? Stay tuned for Powderpuff 2017!
The Homecoming Semi-Formal "Night at Sea" dance is this Saturday from 8-11pm in the field house. Tickets will be sold for $8.00 all week during lunches.
Great job with Pajama day...pull out that Western Wear for "Western Wednesday"!!
Past but Pertinent......
Are you interested in how the business world works? Or maybe you want a chance to meet new people? Then DECA is the place for you. Come to the meeting today at 2:45 in room 323! There will be lot of important information So be there and BE EPIC!
College and Career Center Scoop.....
The Naval Academy, West Point and the Air Force Academy as well as the Merchant Marine Academy all provide a wonderful opportunity for students to receive a free college education and also participate in service to their country. If this is something you are interested in, please see Heather in the media center for an application.
College visits coming up are:
6th @ 8:30 University of Nebraska, Lincoln
1:15 Century College
10th Media center closing at 3:30
11th @ 8:15 UMD
National Guard during lunches
6:00pm College Savings presentation
12th @ 8:30 St Anselm (Manchester, New Hampshire)
9:15 St Johns/Bens
1:30 Concordia Moorhead
13th @ Marines Lunch visit
1:00 U of M, Morris
Graco FT /
students interested in manufacturing (See me or Mr. Nichols, space is limited)
Media center closing at 3:30
18th @ 9:15 Marines presentation
19th PSAT all day
24th @ 9:15 Anoka Tech
25th @ 9:15 Physical Therapy Career presentation
27th @ 10:30 St Scholastica
31st @ 8:30 NDSU
10:00 Northland College
Please contact Heather Karstens in the College and Career Center if you are interested in meeting with one of these colleges. You can contact Heather by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 651-982-8418
Hours M, T, Th 7 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday 6:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Tutoring will officially begin
Tuesday, October 11th.
Tutoring will only be offered to students enrolled in classes at the high school (we have some 9th graders and ALC students).
Here is the schedule:
2:40:-4:30 Math/Spanish and French
2:40-4:30 Social Studies/ Math and Chemistry
2:40-4:30 Math/Bio/general sciences
We will also offer tutoring
Thursday mornings from
7:00-7:55. These sessions must be set up in advance.
On Broadway Car Wash is looking for a cashier/barista. This job entails working at a register ringing up car washes, making beverages for customers, and renting out U-Haul trucks. We are looking for someone reliable, motivated, and well organized. Must have good computer skills and money management skills. Hours are one week working Mon.- Wed.
3-6 PM and the next week working Saturday 8-6 and Sunday 9-5. So, working every other weekend and every other week. Great for a very RESPONSIBLE and very RELIABLE high school student- you could even bring in your school work to do in between car wash customers! Please call Adrianne at 651 464 7001 with any questions. Otherwise send resume to
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $9.00 /hour
Hugo Feed Mill is hiring for a part time position after school and weekends for a warehouse position.
Please stop in at 5582 146th St. N. in Hugo and apply.
Rally around the Rangers
Alpine: Interested in joining the Forest Lake Alpine Ski Team? Please come to an informational parent and skier meeting tonite at 6:30 in the choir room (#545) at the high school. Coaches, parents and currents skiers will be there to answer questions and talk about the upcoming ski season. Students in grades 7-12 are welcome to join with racing experience. Please contact Patti Alberg at 651-245-4100 with questions.
in Stillwater for the Boys Soccer games. JV starts at
at & Varsity starts at
at Stillwater Area High School. Go Rangers!
Volleyball will be fired up to take on the Bears
Tues, Oct 4th
. B/JV start at 530, V at
. Join us to support those battling cancer with our Dig Pink fundraising drive. Cheer with Community Education and Junior Rangers volleyball players. Let's pack the gym!
Attention Students- Support your fellow Rangers at our FLHS athletic events. RANGER NATION PASSES are for sale for $30. This will get you in to all of the home events for the 2016-17 school year. This $30 also includes a free Ranger Nation T-Shirt (while supplies last).
Jody Berg at
or 651-982-8525 - Activities Assistant
Particularly for Parents
On October 11th from 6-8:30 in the high school media center, Tom Larson from Thrivent Financial will be with us to present "Secret tips for saving on college costs!" This is Tom's 4th year talking with Forest Lake students and parents. Space is limited so if you plan to attend, please RSVP to
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