New news for today....Tuesday, January 24th
Please stand at this time for the pledge:
"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."
The Sign Language Club will meet again this Thursday, from 2:45-4:45 in Room 125. Everyone is welcome. We'll have lots of fun and maybe some treats... but you'll have to show up to find out!
MSU Moorhead is offering four $2,500 scholarships and two $1,000 scholarships to students who use Twitter to share why they are excited to #BeADragon. This scholarship contest ends on March 3rd. The four $2,500 scholarships will be awarded based on creativity, one $1,000 scholarship goes to the student with the most likes, and one $1,000 scholarship will go to the student with the most retweets.
Past but Pertinent......
The Forest Lake High School Clay Target team will hold a Parent and student athlete Information meeting in the High School media center on
Tuesday January 24
. There will be new policies and procedures put in place, plan to attend.
College and Career Center Scoop.....
Please join us on February 23rd from 1-4 in our Field House for our annual "College and Career Fair"!
Some of the folks that will be here are: Dunwoody, Aveda, Stout,
St Kates, Century, Pipefitters Union, U of M, National Guard, Bethel, Fairview, Alex Tech, Hamline, Concordia, Anoka Tech, NDSU, the Marines and many, many more.
The Ardent Mills Apprenticeship program is a three year program that combines school time with on the job application for principles
in school. Foundational, mechanical, electrical and social skills are developed at
College in Minneapolis, MN and students are encouraged to "Learn, See and Do" through Dunwoody's hands-on learning approach. Additional courses in flour milling will taught by industry professionals to develop knowledge and understanding of flour milling in each student. On the job tasks will include managing operating settings on equipment, performing repairs and routine equipment maintenance, and ensuring product is within customer specifications in a rotating shift position at one of Ardent Mills' four flour milling production facilities in Minnesota. Throughout the apprenticeship program, Ardent Mills pays the employee's salary of 40 hours per week as well as all schooling fees, contingent upon successful completion and employment commitment. Upon successful completion of the program, the candidate will be placed in a full-time shift milling position at one of the Ardent Mills plant locations throughout the United States.
If you are interested, please see Heather for details
Registration is now open for the Michigan Technological University 2017
Summer Youth Programs
Students currently in grades 6-11 are invited to participate in more than 50 explorations on the Michigan Technological University campus
ranging from STEM to business
. They'll discover and learn about various fields through hands-on laboratory, classroom, and field experiences while living in the residence halls with other crazy smart students!
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.
Rally around the Rangers
Boys Basketball: Tonight the guys travel to Park of Cottage Grove to take on the Wolfpack. JV and B squad start at 5:45pm and Varsity at 7:15pm. Go Rangers!
Girls Basketball: Come out and cheer on the Girls Basketball teams tonight as they take on Park of Cottage Grove at home. JV and 10th grade at 5:45 and Varsity at 7:15. Go Rangers!
Particularly for Parents
Registration for the 2017-2018 School Year
Dates to remember:
- January 18, 2017: Materials given to 10th/11th grade students in advisory with a slide presentation
- January 18-27, 2017: Materials given to SWJH 9th graders with a slide presentation
- January 31, 2017: Parent information session @ 6:30 pm - FLHS Auditorium
- February 2 or 8: Open house registration - Select one evening to register between 4-8 pm. Parents and students must attend together. The evening's first stop will be a quick visit to the classroom of the student's advisory teacher. (Advisory teacher and room number are listed on the registration letter mailed to each student) The second stop is a check-in with the student's dean outside the media center. The final stop is at a computer in the Media Center to enter course requests.
Parent Information Session
(January 31 at 6:30 pm)
- Held in FLHS Auditorium
- This opportunity provides information on:
- Graduation Requirements
- Advice for Academic Planning
- Academic Programs & suggestions on course selection
- College Credit Opportunities
- General high school expectations
- Deans will be available to answer individual questions, following the presentation.
Registration Open House
(February 2nd or 8th)
- Students and parents pick one of the two nights to attend.
- Come anytime between 4 pm and 8 pm.
- Meet with advisor, dean, and then complete computer registration.
- More details how to prepare are below.
Registration Night Check List
Before You Arrive to Register:
- Complete the front page of the registration worksheet completely.
- Students should include 14 courses selections and 5 alternates. (Courses that require 2 spaces count as 2 courses.)
- Make sure a career interest is listed to help facilitate discussion of course selections.
- Parents should sign the registration sheets allowing for release of student transcripts.
On the Night of Registration:
- Begin with the student's advisory teacher. The advisory teacher will:
- answer questions as they are able
- review that worksheets are complete and correct
- talk with students/parents about the student's plan for the future
- sign-off on worksheets, and send parents/students to meet with their dean.
- Students/parents will have a brief meeting with their deans to:
- answer questions that remain
- review registration worksheets
- make additional suggestions as appropriate
- Students will then move to computers to input their final registration selections and alternates. When students have entered all requests, they'll be asked to:
- Tear off the back page of the registration worksheet to keep as their record. (Another option would be to take a picture of the back page and turn in the entire worksheet)
- Turn in their course request worksheet before leaving. Deans keep those copies for reference.
- Students do NOT need to print a copy of their course requests. That information should be filled out on the back page of the worksheet.
Archery - Are you looking to try something new or just better your archery skills? FLAS Community Education has the perfect place to do so!
ACT Prep - Get your best score on the next ACT test by joining any of these ACT Prep Classes!
Band Lessons - Enhance your skills by spending time with Mr. Matheson during these one-on-one band lessons!
Clay Target - The Forest Lake High School Clay Target team will hold a Parent and student athlete Information meeting in the High School Media Center on Tuesday January 24 starting at 6:30pm. There will be new policies and procedures put in place, so plan to attend. Contact Coach Spears in Room 357 for more information or Head Coach Madison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musician Studio - Guitar, drums, keyboard or vocals? If you are interested in any of those you can check out this new musician opportunity FLAS Community Education is offering!
MN Firearm Safety - Get your firearm safety certification by signing up for this upcoming class! Don't miss out, spots are filling fast!
Forest Lake Area School's American Indian Education Program has begun and is open to Native students interested in learning more about our Native American culture and heritage.
Meetings are Thursdays after school from 2:45-4:30 at the high school in room 544. Students can take the activity bus home. Each week there will be an activity or project focused on the past, present and future of Native American history, culture and current events. If you have any questions please contact us.
School calendar change coming 2017
A calendar shift has been approved by the school board for the 2017-2018 school year. In 2017, the first day of school will be
August 21st and the last day of school in the spring of 2018 will be May 23rd, two weeks earlier than usual. This one-year calendar adjustment will allow extra time in the summer to complete construction projects at many of the district's buildings without disrupting student learning.
The school year calendar returns to normal in 2018-2019, with the first day of school scheduled after labor day and the last day scheduled for early June.
The approved district calendar for 2017-2018 can be found
and 2018-2019 calendar can be found
on the district website.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to upgrade learning spaces around the district.
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