Yearbooks are for SALE! $55.00 each for the K-12th grade book made recording the 2015-2016 school year. Lots of great photos--check it out!

Seniors (Class of 2017) Have your turned in your senior photos to the Office ladies yet? If not, you should start working on that! Stop by the office and see us if you have any questions on what we need. Questionnaires are also available in the office as well. The sooner you get this turned in, the better. Thank you!

For any student grade 6 and above that is interested in the Spring Trap Shooting Team please sign up in the office by February 24th.  In order to participate the student needs to posses a Hunter Safety Certificate.  The cost to the MSHL will be $35, this is not an athletic fee paid to the school. Please write the checks out to MSHSL.

Dress up days are as follows-

Wednesday-Petting Zoo day (No dress up)
Thursday-Farmer Day
Friday-FFA Day

Remember FFA Food Drive--the boxes for each grade are in the office. The class with the most lbs of food will receive a prize. 

Dr. Seuss Week Plans (Feb. 27-March 3rd)

To celebrate reading and Dr. Seuss's birthday, elementary students are having a theme week. We will be having mystery readers throughout the week as well. Here is a list of what is planned. 

Monday, Feb. 27th--Hats off to Dr. Seuss
*Wear your hat to honor Dr. Seuss. Students will design a new hat to be hung in our hallways.

Tuesday, Feb. 28th--Be GREEN!
*Dress in green and learn about ways you can help the earth.

Wednesday, March 1st--Stop, Drop and Read!
*Dress in comfy clothes and be ready to STOP in your tracks and read during the day.

Thursdays, March 2nd--Read People Day/Decorate Class Door
*Wear appropriate clothing that can be read during the day

Friday, March 3rd--Cake and Read- a Book Class Exchange
*Classes will enjoy cake and exchange rooms to listen to a Seuss story.

Science Fair is fast approaching!

  • Has your child begun his/her science fair projects or research projects yet? If you are in grades 3-6, you should start thinking and working on this now--don’t wait until the last weekend to try and get it all done. If you have questions regarding the Science Fair, be sure to ask your child’s teacher. Projects will be on display for public viewing during P/T Conferences on March 7th.

Would you like to learn how to play Chess?

  • Several High School students have taken it upon themselves to start up a Chess Club and are interested in teaching younger students how to play. If you are in grades 3, 4, 5 or 6 and would be interested in learning how to play chess, consider meeting with them on Wednesdays after school in the School Library. Chess Club will begin on Wednesday, Feb. 8th and run every Wednesday from 3-4 pm in the library until March 29th. Please make sure that you are able to pick up your child at 4 pm on those days. There is no admission to play, but there is a form to fill out that you can get in the office, the first 10 students to sign up will get a spot, we are limited to 10 players at this time. They are looking for donations of more Chess games--if you have one to donate, please let the office know. 507-493-5422 ext. 102 or email



  • Sign up in the office if interested for Track-the first practice is March 13th at 3:45 pm in Lanesboro.

Upcoming Dates to remember:
  • 6th Grade Eagle Bluff trip- Feb 21st to the 23rd, they will have the Friday off on Feb. 24th. If you have any questions regarding this trip, please make contact with Mrs. Bergey.

  • Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for March 7th and 9th--The Science Fair exhibits will be presented for viewing on March 7th. Do you have any questions or can’t find the answer on the school website? Email Heather at or call 507.493.5422 for help. Thank you!

  • No School, March 10th-Comp Day


Contact: Heather Kleiboer