November 21

November is National American Indian Heritage Month, so here is a quote from the Diversity Committee: “You already possess everything necessary to become great.” – Crow


Lights, sound, crew, acting! Those are just some of the many exciting things about drama club.  Come to the informational meeting on December 4th at 7 AM to find out more. The meeting is for students only and is not mandatory.  6th grade band students will go to band that morning and pick up information later.


As part of “Pay it Forward” week, we are dressed in a piece of clothing that represents our future.  As you go about your day today, think about traits that will help you be successful in the future. Responsible, innovative, determined, being a team-player, and of course kindness are just some of the qualities you can display to help prepare you to meet your future goals.  Let’s get closer to our goals and demonstrate the character your future boss would expect with staff and peers. Tomorrow display your team’s kindest shade and wear team colors! Write a letter to a school staff member who has an impact on our school, and let them know your appreciation for their hard work.


Time is running out! Interested in trying out for the Girls Volleyball team? Or joining the Wrestling team? Make sure your parents have registered you online and your physical has been turned in by November 25. Late registrations will not be accepted. Check out the Tryout Information link on the Min201 Athletics page for more information.


Reminder for sixth grade students who love math and want to participate in math competitions, please see your math teacher for the Sixth Grade Mathletes permission slip.  You must currently be a respectful and responsible math student. Space is limited so get your permission slip turned in to Ms. Lamb on the Six Blue Team. Permission slips are due tomorrow!


Here at MIS we are a learning community that puts students first. We make instruction meaningful and encourage students to be Respectful, Responsible and Ready.