Moose Lake High School

January Newsletter

From the Desk of Eric Butche

The 2022 calendar year ended with some difficult weather. I would like to thank everyone that helped keep the school open for community members in need. With many more months of winter left, it is important to remember that an eLearning day could be used if school is canceled. The eLearning plan can be found on the Moose Lake Community Schools website under the Parent Resources tab. There are several important dates in January. I would like to remind families that there will be no school on January 16th for the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Mid-trimester grades for the second trimester will be posted on January 18th. This also marks the halfway point of the school year! Parent-teacher conferences will be held on January 23rd from 12:45 to 7:30. If you are unable to attend, please email teachers for updates about your student. On January 30th we kick off Snow Days festivities. It promises to be a fun week with activities and a pep fest!

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January Lunch Menu

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January Picture Lunch Menu

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No School for Students Lead to School Open to Help Many in the Community.

It has been a winter wonderland here in the northland. It has been beautiful but caused much turmoil with many out of power and school canceled for 3 days. There was heavy snow and many trees down and problems with plow trucks and utility vehicles getting out to remote places to restore power and cleaning up all the mess from the many inches of snowfall.

The school was closed Wednesday - Friday December 14th-16th for students. Opened up Thursday December 15th-18th for whoever needed a safe haven.

Community members from Carlton and Pine County came to get water, charge their devices and get a hot shower.

The Red Cross came in so the building could be open Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday.

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Memorial Blood Drive

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January is National Blood Donor Month. Give blood at the Moose Lake Community Schools blood drive, and as our thanks you’ll be entered to win a smartwatch!

Giving blood takes less than an hour from start to finish and doesn’t cost a dime. Got a little time to spare? Spend it saving lives!

Moose Lake Community Schools Blood Drive
Thursday, January 12, 2023
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Bus Parked at School
Map & Directions

Blood Donation is by Appointment


Or contact Jason to Sign Up!

Double your donation, double the lives saved! You’re the right type if you are

O+, O-, A-, or B-. Select the "DRBC" tab on the schedule to book your appointment

as a double red cell donation. Learn more about double red cell eligibility.

Spirit Week

Fun Week at Moose Lake High with Dressing up and Activities

Day's of dressing and activities for our students. Wish there could be more pictures to share.
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Many Participated!!

Spirit week added fun for our staff & students. Check out the pictures below.
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Entertainment and Fun

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