Date  
Title Hide Details 
12/06/16 > Events
1464/1464_14864564_11828.jpg

December 9th-10th-Wrestling at Grand Forks Central
December 9th-Boys and Girls Basketball at home against Dickinson. Girls(5:45), Boys(7:30)
December 10th-Boys and Girls Basketball at Maples Collegiate
12/05/16 > Make-up Day!
The high school will use the following days for make-up, December 16th and 21st. Early out schedule will be moved from the 20th to the 21st.

Thanks,
Mr. Laducer
Staff Out:
Admin -

Personal -
Seniors
Like the TMCHS Senior News page on facebook for post-secondary information, scholarships and senior meeting alerts.

Also check out the Senior Class web page. Here are the steps to find it:
1. Go to school web site: www.belcourt.k12.nd.us
2. Click on SCHOOLS.
3. Click on TURTLE MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL.
4. On the left side under IMPORTANT LINKS click on SENIOR CLASS.

Andrea Laverdure, senior counselor
Candace LaRocque & Lisa Nerpel, senior advisors
LUNCH MENU
1464/1464_785044405_9925.gif

12/09/2016
LUNCH: egg rolls, rice, salad bar, fruit, milk
Staff
please email all info for bulletin to sheena.azure@k12.nd.us
Close-Up Trip,
Congratulations to the following students for making the Close-Up trip:

Elizabeth Falcon, Edward Falcon, Laney Trottier, Chandler Poitra, Koby Brunelle, Taya Domben, Yazmine Azure, Ayannah Charette.
Alternate is Shirlaine Longie

We will have a student/parent meeting in the near future and I will let you know as soon as possible.

Thank you,
Eric Smith
Happy Birthday!
1464/1464_51657197_20446.gif

Boys Basketball
Gym will be open Sunday, Monday & Wednesday from 7-9 for those interested in Boys Basketball. (Coach Day & Azure)
Wrestling
On Thursday the Wrestling Braves traveled to Williston for a dual match and won with individual results as follows:

Varsity score was Belcourt 37-Williston 28
106 Frank Chapman won by forfeit
113 Peter McLeod won by decision 9-7 over Cutter Jones
120 Tate Laducer won by decision 11-6 over Quade Slater
126 Clay LaRocque lost by decision 13-0 to Dalton McKenzie
132 Dawson Zerr won by forfeit
138 Dillon Dionne lost by pin in 5:18 to Roy Isom
145 Chance Brunelle lost by pin in :28 to Raif Horswill
152 Nolen Demery won by decision 5-3 over Justen Jerz
160 Levi LaFountain won by pin in 1:45 over Boan Teah
170 Trevis LaRocque won by decision 17-6 over Tyler Nortel
182 Ron Wilkie lost by decision 5-1 to Coy Turnquist
195 Hunter Harviell lost by pin in :37 to Rowan Horswill
220 Marcus Goulet lost by decision 7-2 to Dylan Evans
285 Kobe Brunelle won by forfeit

JV:
170 Cole Champagne won by pin in :48 over Joe Pachero
195 Ronnie LaVallie won by pin in :42 over Jose Jordan
220 Louis DeCoteau
285 Dylan Short lost by pin in 3:31 to Brett Doeden
Message from the Superintendent
Due to the increase amount of drugs that are becoming more available within our community and are finding their way into our high school we will be utilizing our dog Elvis more frequently. What does this mean for the high school? It means that Elvis will be visiting the High School randomly at least once per week until the end of the school year. I am putting this information in the daily bulletin so staff and students are made aware that as a school district, drugs will not be tolerated within our high school. As a staff and student body, it is ALL of our responsibility to make our students and staff safe to attend school. Please remember any students caught with drugs will face possible expulsion from the high school.

Thank you,

Dr. Lana DeCoteau, Superintendent
Girls Open Gym
is Monday-Wednesday at 8pm. (Coach Keplin)
Staff - Lunch Tickets
please buy your lunch tickets between the hours of 8:30 am to 11:00 am daily. We can not take cash on the serving line! You can also send someone to buy your tickets for you if needed. Thanks Esther
Seniors - Cap & Gown
Reggie Jackson will be here on the following dates so you can order your cap and gown. The current price is $22 this will go up January 1st.

NOVEMBER 17, 2016 (11:00 am TO 12:30 pm)
DECEMBER 19 (10:00 pm to 1:00 pm)

(Candace & Lisa, Advisors)
FCCLA - Donations!!
FCCLA is requesting used blue jean to be used to make shoes. Please help to support the Sole Hope foundation, an organization that offers healthier lives to the children of Uganda who suffer from jiggers (a worm that infects the feet ). Solution: make closed toes shoes. Donations may be dropped off in room 120.

We desperately need more donations. Thank you to people who have donated.

Ellamae LaRocque, FCCLA advisor
Wirless Passwords
Public wireless password:braves2016

Student wireless password:studentwireless2016
Volleyball
The following students need to turn in their uniform ASAP, otherwise they are not eligible to play another sport: Teisha Morin

Thanks,
Coach Cindy Keplin
APPLY TO HARVARD!
To any students interested in learning about Harvard, the Ivy League. For more information you could email mckaylagourneau@college.harvard.edu. Deadline January 1st, 2017. Amazing financial aid available!(You could go for free).
Found
Two phone's were found in the gym this morning. Please come identify them in the office if yours.

A key with remote starter has been found. Please come to the office if yours.
Fundraising at home sporting events for December 2016
December 9th, 2016-Float Sale
December 13th, 2016-Cookie Sale at TMCHS Christmas Concert
December 17th, 2016-Float Sale, Cookie Sale & Taco Sale
December 22nd, 2016-Float Sale
December 27th, 2016-Float Sale

Leslie A. DeCoteau
Winter Formal
Sign up for Winter formal will be Monday, December 5, 2016 & Tuesday, December, 6, 2016 during both lunch hours. Only TMCHS students grades 9-12 can attend. The last day to sign up will be Wednesday, December 21, 2016. NO EXCEPTIONS! Formal will be held on Friday, December 23, 2016.
Cost:$20.00 per couple
Grand March starting at 7:00 pm, followed by a dance until 11:00 pm
Appetizers will be served

Leslie A. DeCoteau
Cross Country Banquet
The Cross Country Banquet will be held on December 14th at 7pm in the high school commons area. Contact Chad Davis for further information cdavis@tm.edu.

Thank you,
Shane Martin
JV Boy's Basketball
JV Boy's basketball to be excused at 3:15, December 9th for their game at the Middle school.

Bryce Radar, Seth Desjarlais, Jared Azure, Jacob Jensen, Grayson Swain, Terrence Wallette, Hayden DeCoteau, Tanner Brien

Coach, Vandal
Students,
Native American Political Leadership Summer Program for Juniors and Seniors The George Washington University is encouraging junior or senior students to apply for their three week summer INSPIRE Pre-college Native Teens Initiative. The INSPIRE program offers full scholarships to Native American high school students that includes tuition for one course (3 college credits) in Native Politics and the American Political System, room and board, round-trip air travel and all required textbooks. The program dates are July 2-21, 2017. The application deadline is March 1, 2017. Apply online at www.inspire.naplp.gwu.edu . If you have questions, please contact the INSPIRE office at 202-994-5334 or at naplpinspire@gmail.com Contact Carlyss Neufeld or Andrea Laverdure for a flyer.


ND Army National Guard Job Shadow Program for Juniors and Seniors

The Shadow Program is an excellent opportunity for student to observe and participate in a number of career areas. Some that are included are Electrician, Carpentry, Heavy Equipment Operator, Masonry, Survey and Design, Culinary, Band, Information Tech, Law Enforcement, Medical/Dental, Armament (weapons repair), Upholstery, Welding, Machinist, Auto Body and Paint, Electronic Repair, Automotive and Equipment Mechanic, Administrative/Clerical/Supply, Calibration of equipment. The program is available to juniors, seniors, college students and individual who are interested in one of these careers. Each shadow experience will last 3.5 hours in which the shadow participant will be assigned a staff member in the career field of their choice. The participant will learn about the educational requirements, career advancement and day to day job duties within the job. The contact information is jory.s.stevenson.mil@mail.mil or call or text 701-340-6376 for more information. Contact Carlyss Neufeld for a flyer and an application.


Juniors and Seniors University of Nevada Las Vegas is accepting applications for their STEP-UP Program

The program is 8 weeks long and involves the study of diabetes, endocrinology, metabolism, nutrition, and obesity. You will be working in a 35-40 hour per week research experience with flexible starting dates depending on your summer release dates. You will receive a summer research stipend and an all-paid travel to Annual HS Step-Up Research Symposium in Maryland. For more information please contact: Noe Bareng-Antolin, Program Coordinator at noehealani.bareng-antolin@unlv.eduairec or call 702-895-4003. Contact Carlyss Neufeld for a flyer.
Students,
If you have above-average scholastic abilities and are interested in learning more in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Engineering, English Studies, Information Technology, Laboratory Science, Mathematics, or Visual Arts, we want you to apply to become a member of the North Dakota Governor's Schools class of 2017.

North Dakota Governor's Schools is a six-week residential program for scholastically motivated North Dakota high school sophomores and juniors. Students live, work, and have fun on NDSU's campus. Governor's Schools academic programs offer high-quality, concentrated instruction from NDSU faculty through classroom experiences, discussion groups, labs, field trips, and other activities. For more information and application, go to https://www.ndsu.edu/govschool/ Brochures are available from Carlyss Neufeld and Gaileen Davis. If you have any questions about NDGS, please contact Ryan Niemann via email: Ryan.Niemann@ndsu.edu or via phone: 701-231-6727.
Student Appreciation Day!
The Truancy Prevention Team is planning on having a Student Appreciation Day on December 15, 2016 from 10:00- 2:00pm

We are hoping that our staff could help us in making this activity possible. This is what we are planning to have with all your help. If you would like to make a monetary donation instead of baking that would be very much appreciated.

Punch, Cookies, Bars, Nacho Dip or any type of dips, Chips, Breads, Cup Cakes, Little Smokies, Pinwheels, Cheese balls& Crackers, Meat/Cheese Cracker Trays. Any hunters that would like to donate some deer meat that would be awesome!

If you choose to help us out this year with our Student Appreciation Day we would like to keep track of all donations of food so we could better plan for this activity. If you have any questions please call Sharon @ ext. 3279, Betty @ ext. 3405, Jessica@ ext. 3255.


Thank you,


Truancy Prevention Team