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5/22/17 > Girls Varsity Softball
Please release the following players for their regional play in game in Jamestown at 10:45 today May 22nd: Jazzmin Keplin, Taylor Keplin, Erin Keplin (9th), Tia LaVallie, Shylee Keplin, Mia Wilkie, Tehya Azure, Alayzia LaFountain, Elise Spears, Mallorie Crissler, Avery Gagnon, Lauryn Jeanotte, Kilyn Malaterre, Darrick Frederick, Diego Jerome

Coach Day
5/22/17 > students
All lockers need to be cleaned out by Thursday, May 25th. If lockers aren't cleaned out by Thursday all stuff will be donated to the Thrift Store.

Staff Out:

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:
2. Click on SCHOOLS.
4. On the left side under IMPORTANT LINKS click on SENIOR CLASS.

Andrea Laverdure, senior counselor
Candace LaRocque & Lisa Nerpel, senior advisors

May 22nd
Breakfast: Oatmeal, Toast/fruit/juice/milk

Lunch: Spaghetti, Salad Bar, Fruit, bread/milk

May 23rd
Breakfast: Boiled Eggs, Toast, fruit/juice/milk

Lunch: Fajitas, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cheese, Fruit, ice cream/wraps/milk

May 24th
Breakfast: Sausage Patty, Egg Patty, toast/fruit/milk

Lunch: Sloppy Joes, Chips, Pickles, Corn, fruit/buns/milk

May 25th
Breakfast: Sausage Gravy, Biscuits, fruit/milk

Lunch: School Picnic

May 26th
Breakfast: Cereal, Toast, fruit/milk
please email all info for bulletin to
Happy Birthday!

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
Wireless Passwords
Public wireless password:braves2016

Student wireless password:studentwireless2016
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 Brochures are available from Gaileen Davis. If you have any questions about NDGS, please contact Ryan Niemann via email: or via phone: 701-231-6727.
Summer Camp
Students who will be in grades 7-12 next year, are you looking for something to do this summer? Are you interested in making some money? Here is an opportunity for you. The TMCC Summer Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics applications are here. This is a 2 week camp that involves you in fun, interesting hands-on activities. There is a $300 stipend upon successful completion of the camp. You can pick up an application in Mrs. Aalund's room. The deadline for turning in the application is May 19. We look forward to your participation in the camp.

Thank you
National Honor Society Notice
The National Honor Society Banquet and New Member Induction Ceremony will be held May 24, 2017 in the high school cafeteria commons at 5:00pm. Parents and families of NHS members, as well as new NHS inductees are invited to come! All NHS members need to meet in the commons at 4:00pm on the day of the banquet to help set up/decorate. Thank you! See you there!

Dual Credit
The Bank of North Dakota has re-established payment for dual credit. The grant is to last for 5 years. So if you want to take a dual credit course: Psychology, Sociology, Trigonometry, College Algebra, World History C your TMCC College credits will be paid for. However, they will only pay for 2 dual credit courses a year. So if you take more than 2, you or your parents will have to pay for extra dual credit courses.

Andrea Laverdure
Seniors local scholarships are starting to come in, please check the bulletin board in guidance. There is one scholarship specific to basketball players who have played for 4 years.

Andrea Laverdure
Graduation Information
Graduation date is May 28th at 2:00pm in the High School Gymnasium
Class Flower: Red Rose
Class Song: Fast by Luke Bryan
Class Colors: School Colors
Class Moto: "Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory."-Dr. Seuss
The following date is important:

May 26th-Graduation Rehearsal and Senior Checkout

Candace and Lisa
TMCHS CTE Scholarship
The TMCHS CTE Department will offer yearly scholarships based on the following criteria.
1.)Must be a senior that will graduate from TMCHS in the current year.
2.)Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
3.)Must submit the completed application form with answer to essay question.
4.)Must submit a copy of a current transcript.
5.)Must submit a resume of activities and work experiences.
6.)Must submit a copy of an acceptance letter to an accredited college.
7.)Must submit a letter of recommendation from a non-family member.

Priority will be given to:
1.)Students who have completed a CTE coordinated plan of study.
2.)Students with CTE certifications (OSHA, CPR, First Aid, Certified Nursing Assistant, etc.)
3.)Work or volunteer experience.
4.)Involvement in extracurricular activities (SMAD, sports, student organizations, tutoring, Upward Bound, INMED, cultural, religious, etc.)

Number and amount of awards will be determined by the amount of money raised throughout the year. Scholarships will be awarded at the TMCHS Annual Awards Day.

Applications must be turned in to the CTE Director or the CTE Counselor by May 8th of the current school year. Late applications will not be considered. No exceptions!
Alter Native Education
In this program, lead by Native College students, we will be engaging in Native Issues, Histories, and Governments. We will be discussing the College Process and developing the leadership skills needed to create change in Native communities. Participants will further be partnered with a college mentor.

Join Us for Our Week Long Summer Program!

June 5-9, 2017
9:00 am-3:00pm
Students entering 11th and 12th grade
Open to the first 25 students who register
See your counselor for registration!!!
Volleyball Camp

All girl's entering grades 5-12 interested in attending the attached volleyball camp in Rolla June 15-17 please email Cindy Keplin as soon as possible. Funding will be distributed on a first come first serve basis, so please make contact as soon as possible if you are interested in attending. Player and parents will be responsible for providing their own rides to and from camp. This is an awesome opportunity so close to home! Applications can be picked up in the high school office.

Applications can be picked up in the front office from Sheena Azure

Football Meeting

The football meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 17 has been rescheduled to Tuesday, May 23rd at 4:00pm in the commons area.

Summer Ballers Basketball Camp

Where: TMCHS Gym

When: June 6-8

Time: 4:30-6:30 pm (Grades 3-6 Boy's & Girl's)
5:00-7:00 pm (Grades 7-9 Boy's & Girl's)

Cost: $30.00 per participant

Camp: Fundamentals & Basketball Terminology

Contacct: DJ McGillis (701)550-9591

All participants will receive a T-Shirt

Please call and sign up prior to camp beginning.
University of North Dakota
The 2017 University of North Dakota (UND) National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) is a great prospect for spending the summer in a meaningful and stimulating environment. During the program’s two-week curriculum, from July 17th to 28th, you will participate in a range of activities that include working on engineering projects, field trips, computers, recreational activities, and personal development. Air, land, and water transportation topics will be covered. You will visit UND’s world class Air Traffic Control Simulation Lab, UND’s flight training facility at Grand Forks International Airport and learn the basics of flight using real airplane, Grand Forks-East Grand Forks Metropolitan Planning Organization, City Area Transit, Britton Transport, construction site(s), etc. Computer workshops on topics like design of transportation facilities are also included in the program. You will learn about careers in transportation and other fields within engineering. If you are interested pick up an application on the guidance bulletin board.

Summer Food Service Program
BSD#7 and Turtle Mountain Community High School will sponsor the Summer Food Service Program. Free meals will be made available to children 18 years of age and younger and will be provided without regards to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Breakfast will be served from 8:00am to 9:00am daily. Lunch will be served daily from 11:00am to 12:30pm starting on Monday, June 5, 2017 through Friday, June 30, 2017. Transportation will be available to local housing sites. The pickup locations will be announced on KEYA.

Should you have any questions concerning the 2017 Summer Food Service Program contact Dana LaFountain at 701-477-6471 ext. 3256.
There is another scholarship available to an applicant or parent/guardian who are current members of North Central Grain Coop. Applications are available in guidance and are due May 31, 2017.