Daily Announcements

Friday, December 2, 2022

- NEW RANGER NEWS -

Food and Toy Drive - Now through December 22

Student Council and FFA are partnering to hold a Winter Food and Toy Drive. All food donations will be given to our local food shelf and toy donations with go to the Anonymous Santa Project in Chisago County. Donations will be collected in 1st hour classes. The top three 1st hour classes will receive some yummy breakfast treats at the end of the Food and Toy Drive.
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Safe Haven donations being accepted through December 22

Safe Haven Foster Shoppe provides essential items to foster children in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. Safe Haven Foster Shoppe offers items directly to children through a network of private and county agencies; and directly with foster homes. A group of Youth Leadership is partnering with Safe Haven to donate to foster kids in need. If you would like to donate, you can donate cash to Tauzell's room 362 or Venmo @kaysiebakke. Thanks for your support!

2nd Annual Special Education Dance Planning - December 5

Are you interested in helping plan our 2nd Annual Special Education dance? We are having our first planning meeting on Monday, December 5th at 2:45 in room 101. Please contact Ms. Oakley or Katie Kappahahn with any questions.

- COLLEGE AND CAREER VISITS -

U.S. Army National Guard visit

Wednesday, Dec. 7th, 10:45am

Cafeteria

U.S. Army National Guard


During lunches

U.S. Navy visit

Tuesday, Dec. 13th, 10:45am

Cafeteria

U.S. Navy


During lunches

U.S. Marines visit

Wednesday, Dec. 14th, 10:45am

Cafeteria

Marines


During lunches

CIEE (Study Abroad and Intercultural Exchange Program)

Thursday, Dec. 15th, 10:45am

Cafeteria

CIEE


During lunches

- RALLY FOR THE RANGERS! -

Boys Basketball vs. Coon Rapids

Friday, Dec. 2nd, 7pm

Coon Rapids High School, 2340 Northdale Blvd NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55433

9th Grade - 4:00pm

B Squad - 5:30pm

JV Game - 5:30pm

Varsity - 7:00pm

Dance Team: Varsity Conference Meet

Friday, Dec. 2nd, 7pm

Woodbury High School, 2665 Woodlane Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125

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Baseball Informational Meeting

Wednesday, Dec. 7th, 4pm

Learning Stairs, High School

Interested in trying out for the high school baseball program? There will be an informational meeting for all players grades 9-12 on the Learning Stairs on Wednesday, December 7th at 4pm.


Please bring a pen/pencil with you to the meeting. If you have any questions, please reach out to Coach Henry at khenry@flaschools.org.

- SENIOR SECTION -

Ads for Grads - Class of 2023

Want to send a special message to your graduate? Create a personalized message along with a childhood picture to display in the yearbook.


Deadline to submit is Jan 20, 2023


Ads for Grads Mailer - Order Form

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- PAST BUT PERTINENT -

Veterans Day Ceremony - Friday, November 11

Happy Veterans Day! Forest Lake High School held its annual Veterans Day ceremony in the Main Gym this morning. The ceremony was livestreamed and is available to view on the LATV YouTube channel
Veterans Day 2022 - Forest Lake Area High School

U of M Masonic Children's Hospital Fundraiser

What an incredible Homecoming week in Ranger Territory! The Ranger Territory community really showed up to support our schools and pulled together to raise over $13,500 for childhood cancer for the University of Minnesota masonic Children's Hospital. We could not be prouder of our community, students and staff!
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From Mrs. Jenny Marshall:


"I just wanted to extend a very heartfelt thanks to all of you for your incredible acts of kindness Homecoming week. My family is humbled that you went above and beyond to raise this money in honor of my son, Dylan, and to help and give hope to the children who continue to fight childhood cancer and other diseases. A very special 'thank you' to our Homecoming royalty court and families for their extreme efforts to reach out to our student body and community to fundraise. They demonstrated such enthusiasm and represented what a true Forest Lake Ranger should be - respectful, responsible, and engaged. I also wish to thank the teachers who allowed pie to be thrown in their faces and, of course, our three newly shaven gentlemen - LeTexier, King and Caldwell - for motivating our students and showing them that a little change can be inspirational. Thank you all for one of the best Homecoming weeks EVER! Great to be a lifelong Ranger!"

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