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    Monday, April 23rd, 2018


    Day 2


    Mon. Lunch:

    Tomato Soup with Crackers

    WG Garlic Cheese Bread

    Romaine Salad with Dressing

    Fresh Vegetables with Ranch


    Triple Berry Jonny Pop


    Tues. Breakfast:                                                                              

    Hot/Egg Cheese

    On a Whole Grain Bun


    Grape Juice


    Sandwich of the Day: Sun Butter & Jelly, Chicken Salad & Egg Salad

    **Community Problem Solving (CmPS) is an extracurricular activity in which we choose a problem in our community and use a six step process to solve the problem.  The Junior Team this year is working on helping students who have lost important people in their lives move through the stages of grief.  Our team name is “Grief Re-leaf”.  We created a group called Grief Re-leaf.  During our group meetings, we will explain our project, play games to get to know each other, and meet many new people.  A special event will be a visit from Kate Kompas (and maybe an animal friend) from the Tri-County Humane Society on May 10.  This group will meet on the Thursdays - April 26, May 10, and May 24 from 3:20 to 4:30 in room 203.  Hope to see you there!


    MCA Testing

    Eighth grade students will begin MCA testing with their Language Arts, Math, and Science teachers between the dates of April 11th and May 11th.

    Sixth and Seventh grade students will take the Reading MCA on Tuesday April 24th. They will take the Math MCA on Thursday April 26th. These will be two full days of testing. Students will report to their first period class and remain with that teacher for testing the majority of the day.




    Believe in yourself! Believe you can give the test your best effort. Believe you have the skills to focus. Believe you have the strategies and tools you need to succeed. YOUR ATTITUDE DETERMINES YOUR DIRECTION. BE POSITIVE!! KNOW YOU CAN!


    Career One

    Any student age 14 or over interested in earning money for being part of team doing work projects around the St. Cloud area, stop in the office and see your counselor for a Career One form.  You must be 14 years old to apply.


    Any student age 14 or older who is interested in learning more about Police, Firefighter, or Paramedics,

    stop and see your school counselor in the office to learn about a new St. Cloud Club.  You will receive a free uniform, ice cream at the meetings, and learn all about Police, Fire Fighting, and working on an Ambulance.

    Stop in the office for information if you are interested.


    Students interested in learning more about health and science professions, St. Cloud Technical College is offering a SCRUBS Camp this summer from June 18-20.  Stop and see your counselor if you have questions or to pick up a flyer.


    After school homework help & enrichment activities!!

    Dreamline - Room 169

    Monday – Thursday

    3:15-4:30 pm


    Yearbooks are on sale now.  On-line sales have been extended to April 30th!!  After this date, yearbooks can be bought on a first come first serve basis in the school office.   

    Quantities are limited so get your copy now!

    Follow the link below to order your yearbook.


    Project Wisdom

    Good morning, North Junior High. Here are a few words of wisdom.

    When you sit and think, what do you think about? What goes on inside your head? Do you think positive thoughts? Do you think angry thoughts? Do you think about the past, the future? Paying attention to your thoughts can be a very interesting exercise. Some people say that thoughts eventually lead to action. What do you think?

    Now listen to what British statesman and writer Benjamin Disraeli says about thoughts. He says you should:

    Nurture great thoughts for you will never go higher than

    you think.

    How high do you want to go in life? Do you want happy relationships? Do you want a job that gives you satisfaction? Do you want a college education? Today, think about Mr. Disraeli and pay attention to what you are thinking. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.