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Tech High School Announcements for Monday, Sept. 25, 2017

Girls Basketball Players: Fall League Registration is available in the Activities Office.

Interested in a career in education? Come to a brief informational meeting on Future Educators Club Thursday morning, Sept. 28, at 8 a.m. in Mr. Gellerman's room (220). We will also be discussing our trip to St. Cloud State on Oct. 25. All grades welcome, bring a friend! If you can't make the meeting that's okay, stop by room 220 when you are able.

All St. Cloud area 9th-12th graders, and their parents, are invited to an informational meeting about the varsity sport of the mind-FIRST Robotics on Sept. 25 at 6 p.m. at The woods lab at Apollo High School. Please enter through glass door #910, it's next to garage bay door #23, which is around the back of Apollo, and across from the tennis courts. For more information contact the team email at

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude test (PSAT) will Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 8:30 to 12:30. This test is recommended for students with a GPA over 3.5. The exam is a Preliminary SAT and provides which practice for college entrance exams. The test is also a screening tool for the National Merit Scholarship Competition for top scorers. Interested students should sign up in the Guidance office by Friday, Sept. 22.

Math Team will be starting soon. If you enjoy math and want to compete in some creative and fun events, come to the meeting on Monday, Oct. 2 at 3:30 p.m. in Mr. Thell's room (room 359)...Or see Mr. Thell or Mr. Boatz for more information.

Are you interested in possibly pursuing a health care profession in the future? HOSA is a student organization open to grades 9-12 that YOU should check out! Please attend the informational meeting on Thursday, Sept. 28 at 7:45 a.m. in room 363. See Mrs. Doom with questions.

The 2018 yearbook is in production, and if you act now, you can reserve your copy at a special Early Bird rate! Books are $55 plus tax and can be ordered at

Seniors! The yearbook staff needs your senior picture! Please submit your senior picture to Ms. Green by Thanksgiving either by emailing it to or bringing it to room 303. The yearbook staff also offers free senior picture sessions to those who need it. If you are interested in having a picture taken or need more information about picture requirements, please contact Ms. Green in room 303.

The GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) will meet on Thursday, Sept. 28 from 3:30-4:30 in room 111/Focus room (connected to the student services office.) This is our first meeting of the school year so it is a great time to come meet new people and make friends.

Sign up for your sport in the Activities Office and get your sticker for your ID to get in free to events. You must have your ORANGE sticker to get into the games this week.

Parking Rules will be enforced. If you need a parking pass, please go to the SSO. Students are not allowed to park in the Library lot across Division Street during school hours. Students driving to school should come to the SSO to purchase a Tech Parking Permit.

The National College Fair in Minneapolis will be held on Sept. 27 and 28. For information about the college fair and colleges that will be in attendance please go to: . Free and open to the public, National College Fairs are the perfect place to kick off your college search. Admission representatives from schools across the country are all gathered in one place. Their goal: To encourage you to learn more about their institutions, and help you sort through the qualities you’re looking for in a college. Use your visit to:

  • Explore your options. Each fair draws representatives from 175 to 400 colleges. The schools are located throughout the US, and from around the globe.
  • Ask questions. What’s college life like? What majors are popular on campus? Chatting with representatives from a variety of colleges can help you cement your own preferences.
  • Gather information. Pick up brochures and other materials about the schools that interest you. Ask admission reps to scan your barcode—an easy way to help colleges follow up with you after the fair.


  • Minnesota Education Fair. St. Cloud State University Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 9-11 a.m.
  • We are expecting around 90 representatives from public and private universities and colleges, community and technical colleges, trade and career schools and military organizations. A list of the participating schools is attached. This is a great opportunity for students and their parents to visit with representatives and explore a variety of options for continued education beyond high school. It is also a great learning tool for career exploration classes.
  • We hope that you will encourage your students and their parents to attend the fair by including information about the event in your student bulletin, parent newsletter, and/or school website. I have attached a news release for your publications and website. Also, if you would like posters announcing the event, I would be happy to send those your way.
  • Save time at the college fair – encourage your students to register ahead of time! They can register their personal information and create a personal barcode to be scanned at the fair by colleges that they are interested in. Students register at before coming to the MEF, print out the barcode, and bring it to the fair.
  • The fair will take place in Halenbeck Hall on the south end of campus, and parking will be available in K Lot.


  • Trent Meyer had a 35 yard interception to help the Football team to a 42-0 win over Sartell.


  • Jv Football @ Sartell
  • Girls Soccer vs. Cathedral @ Whitney Fields – 4:30 p.m.