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Wednesday, May 24th

Good Morning!!  It’s Wednesday, May 24th

  • The Knights baseball teams faced Becker last night working hard to keep up but fell short in both games with the A game score of 11 to 2 and the B game score of 8 to 1. Both teams had great defense with Ben and Alex catching pop ups and Riley, Kolton and Brett getting base runners out. Come out and see the Knights baseball play a scrimmage game with the Knights softball team at East after school!

  • Softball and Baseball have a scrimmage after school today at East. Pick up time is 4:30. 8th graders to Dolan's room before today's scrimmage with baseball.

  • The Middle School 7th grade "A" baseball team hosted the Becker Bulldogs yesterday in a close game, winning 3 -2.  Nolan R pitched the first two innings striking out 5 batters Jayden W picked up the winning, pitching the final inning striking out 2 batters. Tyler D scored the winning run in the bottom of the 3rd inning. The season wraps up on Thursday when the Knights host Big Lake. 
  • Any 6th, 7th, and 8th graders interested in learning more about debate should join Google Classroom with the code 65u2hzy to learn more about what debate is and to stay updated on the upcoming fall season.

  • As we are nearing the end of the school year, PLEASE remember to bring your chromebooks to school, all charged and ready to go.  Helpful reminders would be to put a note on your backpack or charge your chromebook near your phone.

  • Conservation crew will be having our final meeting of the year this Friday.  We will be digging and planting our prairie plants.  Please plan to stay after school this Friday, May 26th to do our garden planting.  See you after school this Friday!

  • Attention water lovers! Interested in learning to dive or improving your skills on the diving board?  There is an awesome opportunity to sign up for a summer dive camp! If you are at all interested, please pick up a flyer in the office or talk to Coach Scoblic in the office. 

  • We want to remind everyone about the importance of following reasonable requests from teachers and staff. Reasonable requests are made for your safety, and the safety of others, and to help maintain a positive learning environment. 

    • Here are a few examples of reasonable requests:

    • Keeping our hands and feet to ourselves

    • Using kind words and actions

    • Staying in designated areas during lunch and recess

    • Wearing appropriate clothing and following dress code guidelines

    • Keeping the classroom and school grounds clean and tidy

    • When you follow these requests, you are showing respect for your school, your teachers, and your peers. It also helps to create a positive and safe environment for everyone.

  • For all 8th grade boys and 7th and 8th grade girls interested in fall Cross Country here are some summer running times, locations, and days. Boys will meet at the Rec Center in Saint Michael on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7 AM. While the girls will meet at the Middle School West track Monday at 8:30 AM, Wednesday at 8:30 AM, and Friday at 7 AM. If you are interested and have more questions please contact Coach Cayo for boys and Coach Venaas for girls. Their emails are and Hope to see you there!

  • We are out back for recess today.

  • The main entree is homemade pasta bake with garlic toast.

  • The pizza options are pepperoni, cheese, or Hawaiian.

  • The sides are green beans, assorted veggies, assorted fruit, and milk.

Have a great day, Middle School East!!!