News & Updates
We are excited to celebrate graduation on Saturday. The program will be broadcast live and also on local channel 95.3FM. A link will be posted after the ceremony with a recording of the nights events. Please remember that there will be no restroom facilities available Saturday. Many of your questions can be answered in this letter to graduates from Principal Steve.
Based on information supplied by Jostens, honor cords and tassels will arrive at SHS tomorrow morning. Once we sort the items home deliveries will be made to students.
SENIOR SALUTE: PARADE ON FRIDAY, MAY 29
Parent volunteers have organized a Senior Salute on Friday, May 29 at 7:00pm. Please visit the parent generated webpage for details.
***The Senior Salute is independent of the school graduation ceremony held at SHS on Saturday, May 30.
Friday, May 29 Collection: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Prior to dropping off your items please do the following:
- Complete the Pre-check Google form
- Make sure your name is on your case and your computer (use masking tape if you lost your sticker)
- Contact Health Services to set up a time to pickup medications
SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT PRESENTATION
Please use this link to view the virtual ceremony.
Meals from Food Service will be distributed from the front entrance of Sartell Middle School from 11:00am - 12:30pm.
Please check the 2021 immunization requirements for high school students. Completed immunizations should be submitted to the Health Office before school starts next fall. Contact your clinic to schedule an appointment.
Any girl interested in playing tennis in the fall should contact Coach Crandall to get details regarding the fall season.
Any boy or girl who is currently in grades 6-11 (next year 7-12) is encouraged to train this summer in preparation for cross country. Attached is a running log you can use to track your mileage and earn a Pizza Ranch pizza party! Please contact Coach Henning so he can add you to his email list.
STUDENT LOCKER CONTENTS
Questions regarding items left in student lockers/items delivered to students at home should be directed to Ryan Hauge.
VIRTUAL COLLEGE TOURS
Colleges and Universities of Minnesota State are coming together for one week to offer special virtual information sessions so students can learn more about their academic options, financial aid, transferring from a two-year college to a four-year university, and more. Students can even submit their college application FREE anytime during the week. Learn more about Virtual Minnesota State Week here or visit our website.
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORTS
Our school counselors and social workers have put together a Mental Health Virtual Resources page containing a wide variety of activities, supports, and experiences for students and families. Whether you are looking for a simple break activity or more intense resources, you can find it here.