Word of the Day
Amy Stoner’s word of the day is flabbergasted. Which is to astonish or surprise someone to the point that they are speechless. Flabbergasted.
This Week’s Schedule
Tomorrow is Junior Jury Prep. Thursday is an Early Release for Conferences – School gets out at 12 noon. Friday is a Professional Development Day for Staff. There is No School for students.
St. Cloud State at PiM for Lunch today!
An Admissions representative from St. Cloud State will be in the cafeteria during lunch today to meet with students. Say hello to Brittney and get information about programs at St. Cloud State!
Winter Art Market and WWW Gallery
We need art for the Internet Culture gallery! Submit pieces that feature your favorite parts of pop culture or reflect the culture of the internet. This gallery also will have an art market during the opening. Sign up at lunch TODAY and sell your art for others to enjoy! Entries for the gallery are due this Friday Dec. 2nd and the market is on Dec. 15th.
Cell Phones & Electronic Devices
When you enter the classroom your cell phones and electronic devices should be put away in your bag or placed in your class’s cell phone holder. During class, you may only use your devices with explicit permission from your teachers, or your device will be confiscated and brought to Monty. All you have to do is ask permission to use your devices when class is in session. That’s it! It’s that easy! Your teacher might say “not right now”, in “5 minutes” or “during the class break you can”. Just ask! The first time you are written up for use of electronic devices without permission, you will be assigned a 1 hour detention. The next time, you will be expected to turn your device into the office before you go to 1st block, and may not pick it up until the end of the school day for 15 SCHOOL DAYS! We welcome you to use your devices before school, during passing time, during class breaks, lunch, and after school!
Possible Snow in the Morning
Weather is unpredictable…but you can be prepared, and leave a little earlier tomorrow if the winter flakes are present.
Random recognition celebrates the achievements and community efforts of you and your peers. Today we recognize a tenth grade Visual Arts major – Jay Betz. Jay has done a great job working outside their comfort zone in Improvisation B. Jay it’s great to have you in class! Keep on keeping on!
Golden Corn Dog w/ Ketchup
Assorted Salad Bar
100% Juice Box
Choice of Milk