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!
Dates/things to Remember:
The MC Booster Club will be hosting it’s annual Spring Box-Top-athon starting April 3rd. The contest will run thru May 5th. The Class that turns in the highest percentage of Box Tops for the class will get an ice cream party at the park. Make sure to turn in all of your Box tops this month and start saving to store them up thru the summer!
Spring is here--but the weather is still sometimes cold and muddy. Please make sure you continue to send your child in weather appropriate clothing. It is also a good idea to have a spare set of clothing available if your child were to get wet or dirty during recess.
Prom/Grand March - Saturday, April 29th @ 6:15 pm. Doors open at 5:45 pm.
Spring Cup Cake Concert is May 4th at 7 pm. See a band/choir student for tickets if you want to have cupcakes at this event.
VIP Concert-Friday, May 5th at 1:30 pm. There will also be a Spring Book Fair that day in the library.
Firearm safety class-Week of May 15-19th
Farm Safety Day, May 16th
5th & 6th gr. Trip to State Capitol-May 17th
Track and Field Day: May 26th
Cougar Carnival and Retro Run 5K
The M-C Junior Class is holding a fundraiser on May 20th, 2017 at the Mabel Steam Engine Park that will include lots of fun events like a 50/50 Raffle, a Race (5 K), a meal available for purchase on site, Carnival games (tickets sold at event) and a Bean Bag Tournament. Please check out the school webpage for more information and to get your registration for the 5K.
M-C Booster Club Community Calendars-On Sale now!
Have you ever thought about Hosting a Foreign Exchange Student?
Cynthia Hokenson of Preston, the local coordinator for EF High School Year, is currently looking for host families for foreign exchange students who would be attending Mabel-Canton High School for the 2017-18 school year. Students come from a variety of countries in Europe and Asia and are carefully screened for motivation, attitude, and English skills. They carry their own insurance and bring their own spending money. A host family’s obligations include a place to sleep, food, and a supportive environment. If your family has any questions or is interested in hosting, please contact Cynthia Hokenson, International Exchange Coordinator for EF High School Year, at 507-993-9112.