Middle School West

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Welcome to St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West. We are excited to work with great students and families every day in our schools and wonderful community. We continue to strive for excellence in every aspect of your child’s education. We are excited to share our extraordinary accomplishments throughout this school year. Thank you for partnering with us to provide a world class education.

11343 50th Street NE, Albertville, MN 55301

Phone: (763) 497-4524
Fax: (763) 497-6566

Ann-Marie Foucault - Superintendent
Andrew Merfeld - Principal
Lynn Jennissen - Assistant Principal

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Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 - Day 1

Posted on: October 17, 2017

Good morning, it is Tuesday, October 17th.  It is a day 1.  

Great job to our most recent Knights Honor winners.  They are: 5th graders, Nahvier W. and Sawyer A.  6th graders: Taylor J. and Hailey R., 7th graders, Jake S. and Emma D., and 8th graders, Hunter S. and Brett A.

7th & 8th grade girls’ basketball players.  Remember that practice begins next Monday, October 23rd.  Make sure you have your parents register you before then.

Boys in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing in the in-house basketball league should pick up a flyer in the office

Students interested in Ski Club should pick up a flyer in the office.

Students interested in performing at SoarArts 6th Annual Holiday Concert should pick up a flyer in the office. This year’s production is Shrek The Musical Jr.

Chess club for grades 5-8 is on Mondays in Mr. Barthel’s room starting on October 30th.  All ability levels are welcome.  Cost is $25.  Pick up an information flyer in the office or from Mr. Barthel.

There will be an organizational meeting at 6:00 on November 9th in the media center at Middle School West for all students and their parents interested in being in Destination Imagination this year.  Note this is a change in dates.

There will be a Halloween 5K and 1 mile fun run event at Sturges Park in Buffalo on October 28th.  You get to run in costume at this event.  Go to www.TinyURL.com/2017Run.

The boys’ soccer A team ended their season with a 3-1 win over Buffalo on October 16th.  The West B team came back from a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2. Donovan R. scored on a beautiful goal and Sam D. scored as well.  

The girls’ swim and dive team repeated as Mississippi 8 Conferences champions last night in Cambridge.  Emma H. was 7th in the 100 freestyle, Ava Y. was 6th in the 100 freestyle and 6th in the 100 backstroke, Avery H. was 5th in the 200 freestyle and 7th in the 100 backstroke, Emma C. was 4th in the 300 freestyle and 4th in the 100 breaststroke, Ella C. was 3rd in the 200 freestyle and 6th in the 50 butterfly.  It was a great season for the girls’ swim and dive team.

Both girls’ soccer teams ended their season with a bang last night.  The A team fell behind 3-0 early, but came roaring back and won with a final score of 4-3.  Scoring were Emily Z., Gabby C., Sydney P., and Jadyn W.  The A team also had great saves from all five goalies- Marah V., Emily B., Casey F., Sydney P., and Raelin S..  The B team won 2-0.  Scoring in the second game were Julia D. and Kaitlin C. with two assists from Zaya E.    Both keepers in the B game also made some key saves.  Congratulations on the great season this year! Keep up the hard work and dedication!  

Cross Country team is at the Mississippi 8 Conference meet in Monticello tonight.  Dismissal from class is at 12:55 for 7th graders and 12:30 for 8th graders.  The 8th graders are dismissed earlier, so that they can eat their lunch.

West boys’ B soccer team is at Becker City Ball Complex tonight.  Bus leaves at 3:20.  B game only tonight.

7th grade volleyball team is home tonight against East at 3:45.  A and B matches will be played at the same time.

8th grade volleyball team is at East tonight.  A and B matches played at the same time.  Bus leaves at 3:20 from the shuttle bus area.

Lunch today:  Lines one and two have soft shell beef tacos or chicken fajitas.  Line three has hot turkey, ham and cheese on a bun, PBJ grape, and deli turkey sandwich.

Have a great day.

Monday, October 16th, 2017 - Day 3

Posted on: October 16, 2017

Good morning, it is Monday, October 16th.  It is a day 3.  

7th & 8th grade girls basketball players.  Remember that practice begins a week from today, October 23rd.  Make sure you have your parents register you before then.

Students in 7th and 8th grade who are interested in weightlifting should pick up a flyer in the office or from Mr. Kelley.

Boys in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing in the in-house basketball league should pick up a flyer in the office

Students interested in Ski Club should pick up a flyer in the office.

Students interested in performing at SoarArts 6th Annual Holiday Concert should pick up a flyer in the office. This year’s production is Shrek The Musical Jr.

There will be an organizational meeting at 7:00 on October 26th in the lecture hall at Middle School West for all students and their parents interested in being in Destination Imagination this year. 

Girls Swim and Dive team is at the Mississippi 8 meet at Cambridge-Isanti High School tonight.  Dismissal from class is at 2:40.

Girls’ soccer team is at Buffalo Middle School tonight.  A game is first.  Bus leaves at 3:20.

Boys’ soccer team is home tonight (at East) against Buffalo at 4:00.  A game is first. West B team plays tonight.

7th grade B football team is home tonight against East at 3:45.  B game only.

Girls’ tennis team is home tonight (at East) against Monticello at 3:45. 

Lunch today:  Lines one and two have waffle sticks and cheese omelet.  Line three has hamburgers or cheeseburgers, PBJ grape, deli turkey sandwich.

Please say the Pledge of Allegiance as a KORT at this time.

Have a great day.

Friday, October 13th, 2017 - Day 2

Posted on: October 13, 2017

Good morning, it is Friday, October 13th.  It is a day 2.  

Please return any ice packs you may have back to the nurse’s office.

Attention 7th and 8th graders:  Tonight is your first Activity Night of the year!  Activity Night will be at EAST from 6-9pm.  The cost is $5 or $4 with a canned food donation.  There will be open gym, swimming, concessions, dance, and much more! 

You can get into tonight’s football game against Stillwater for free if you wear your Knights against Cancer t-shirt. 

Students in 7th and 8th grade who are interested in weightlifting should pick up a flyer in the office or from Mr. Kelley.

Boys in 5th and 6th grade interested in playing in the in-house basketball league should pick up a flyer in the office

Students interested in Ski Club should pick up a flyer in the office.

Students interested in performing at SoarArts 6th Annual Holiday Concert should pick up a flyer in the office. This year’s production is Shrek The Musical Jr.

There will be an organizational meeting at 7:00 on October 26th in the lecture hall at Middle School West for all students and their parents interested in being in Destination Imagination this year. 

7th Grade A football team lost to Big Lake 6-0 last night.  The Knights defense was outstanding.  Bubba D. had a big interception in the 4th quarter.  The difference in the game was turnovers.  The knights fumbled four times.  Big Lake picked up a Knight fumble and ran it in for a 35 yard touchdown to give them their only score of the night.  The B team played Big Lake to a 0-0 tie.  The Knights played very good defense against Big Lake.

Both girls’ soccer teams fell to two very tough East teams last night.  The B team played first and lost 1-0.  The girls had many chances, but fell just short. Rylee H. had some great saves in goal.  The team also had great play, hustle, and dedication from many different players.  The A team played the second game of the night and lost 2-0.  Emily B. and Marah V.both had some key stops in the goal.  The girls played very hard and never gave up and gave East a good fight!

Congratulations to the 8th grade A football team on their hard fought victory over Big Lake last night.  The Knights domintated the second half, scoring three touchdowns.  Scoring for the Knights were Kemry S. and Jarrett B.(2).   The Knights were once again stellar on defense.  Johnny T. recorded another interception, his third straight game with a pick.The A team Knights ended the season undefeated and no one scored on them the entire season!  Wow!  What an amazing accomplishement!!Great job Knights!

Lunch today:  Lines one and two have cheese bites with marinara sauce.  Line three has shredded turkey on a hoagie bun, PBJ grape, deli turkey sandwich.

Have a great day.

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