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Staff Out:
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Admin: Chris Gillis, Stacy Azure, Spencer Laducer, Gary Houle, Stacy Davis and Patti Marcellais.

Personal: Terry Allery, Verna Keplin, Scarlet Olson, Dorothy Page, Becky Hardy, Stuart LaFountain, LaDene Frederick, Kristy LaVallie, Lisa Pays, Cecelia Graybill and Nancy Azure.
Girls Locker Room,
any girls who have clothes or shoes in the locker room need to come and get them, clean out your lockers and return your locks to Mrs. Wallette by Tuesday or everything will be thrown away.
SWAT Wrestling Camp
All wrestlers interested in attending the SWAT Wrestling Camp need to see Coach Dixon as soon as possible. This camp will be held June 17-19, 2015. I have limited spots available and first priority will be given to those wrestlers who finished the season. If you have questions regarding this camp see Coach Dixon this week.
Fast Pitch Softball,
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the following students will be absent all day today: Jazzmin Keplin, Lakota Keplin, Syann Golus, Taylor Keplin, Kwade Keplin, Emily Gunville, Shaylan Charboneau, Kilyn Parisien-Hill, Christin Gillis, Ayanna Charette, Troyleah Fleetwood, Braylee Day and Sheyanna Ashes. (Coach Day)
LUNCH MENU
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5/22/2015
Lunch - Sloppy Joes, chips, pickles, salad, fruit, buns, ice cream and milk
2015-16 Football Players,
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get your physicals done ASAP for the 2015-16 school year. Physicals that are done now will cover all your next school year sport season. Don't wait until fall when appointments are hard to schedule. (Coach Smith)
Principal's Corner
Elder's Meditation of the Day May 22
"The earth was created by the assistance of the sun, and it should be left as it was... The country was made without lines of demarcation, and it is no man's business to divide it..."
--Chief Joseph, NEZ PERCE
There is danger when we start to draw lines and boundaries. This is true whether outside ourselves or inside ourselves. The danger is losing sight of the interconnectedness. When we lose sight of interconnectedness, separation, possessiveness (this is mine, I can do what I want) and infighting results. Even at an individual level, if we don't believe we are connected to all things we get self-centered and have self-seeking motives. We must think in harmony, balance and integrity. We must see our relationship to the great whole and conduct ourselves accordingly.

Great Spirit, today, let me think beyond boundaries.
Happy Birthday!
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Happy Belated Birthday James Delorme, Love Mom, Dad & J.
Happy Belated Birthday James Delorme, From Your HOOP.
Happy Belated Birthday James Delorme, From Kim.
Happy Belated Birthday 3 years Delorme, From Mr. Trottier & Your 4th Hour Class.
Cap & Gowns for Graduating Seniors
are now $30.00. They are to be ordered directly from Reggie. Here is the address, etc....

Jackson Scholastic Services
P.O. Box 10734
Fargo, ND 58106

If you "DID NOT" pay for your caps & gowns you can do so by mailing a money order or check to this address.

(MUST SEND IN WEIGHT & HEIGHT)
The Patron Catalog
has a new URL - https://tmcs.follettdestiny.com

(Carmen Redding)
Senior Information:
Graduation Date: May 31, 2015

Graduation Time: 2:00 p.m.

Graduation Place: TMCHS Gymnasium

Class Motto: "We're like stars; we shall shine even after we've gone."

Class Flowers: Spring Mix

Class Song: "We Run This Town" by Luke Bryan

Class Colors: School Colors (Candace Longie)
AMERICAN INDIAN SUMMER INSTITUTE, UCLA, IRVINE , CALIFORNIA - ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE IN A UNIVERSITY SETTING:
The American Indian Summer Institute is a free residential summer program where students will work with professors, admissions officers, college students, and invited American Indian community members to learn about the university environment, improve study skills, and prepare for college. The students will stay in the university dormitories. In addition to learning about admissions and different departmental majors, they will engage in cultural workshops and activities as well as field trips and social events. The program will end with a closing ceremony with awards for outstanding students. All students in the program will receive follow-up mentorship by university staff, students, and admissions counselors throughout their remaining years of high school, which will include guidance in choosing their coursework, financial aid, test preparation materials, and applying to a university. ELIGIBILITY: Participants must satisfy the following criteria: 1. have the desire to contribute to the American Indian community as reflected by current engagement with the community 2. plan to enroll in an institution of higher education 3. be a currently enrolled 8th - 11th grade student (entering 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2015 ) 4. have an overall GPA of 2.8 or above. No cost to you! The Summer Program will cover the majority of expenses during the week. These include: housing, daily meals, workshop materials and transportation during program activities. (Note: Participants are responsible for transportation to and from the university.) Transportation Scholarships are available to cover travel related expenses. Please note that you will be reimbursed at the END of the program. You or your parents must arrange for your transportation to and from the program ahead of time. See your counselor for more information. Dr. Andrea Laverdure.
Staff,
who ever borrowed the GPX CD Boombox from the ASC, please return it to Stacy Davis ASAP.
Lockers
must be cleaned out by Thursday, May 28, 2015. Anything left behind will be thrown away. (Terry Allery)
Gathering of the Ballers - 3 on 3 Basketball
May 23rd, 2015 @Turtle Mountain Community High School.

Sign-up starts at 8:30 Saturday morning.

Entry Fee: $10 for each player

Division: High School Seniors thru 4th grade Boys & Girls.

Contact: Eric Dionne 550-2311 or Aleta 278-0063, call or text.

1st place- will be awarded for all grades. MVP

All proceeds will go towards 2 very talented basketball players in our community, while they travel for basketball tournaments thru the summer.

FAITH DIONNE will be attending the Flying Hawaiian Basketball Showcase in June, where she will be playing for college coaches. FAITH will also be traveling to Phoenix Arizona to play in NABI- Native American Basketball Invitation in July, just to name a few of the tournaments she will be attending.

BRIGHTON DELORME will be traveling with her NORTH DAKOTA PRO team this summer she will play throughout North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota.