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Daily Announcements April 2018

All School

01.  PICKING UP STUDENTS: A reminder that ALL students being picked up for appointments by parents must be picked up and signed by in the main office.  A phone call or note to the office is necessary before the appointment.

02.  CELL PHONE POLICY:  Truman Schools policy regarding cell phones calls for the phone to either be : 1. placed in a holder in the teacher's classroom, or 2. kept put away and out of view and use.  Violation of these expectation will result in the phone being taken and brought to the office.

03.  GROCERY RECEIPT COLLECTIONS:  We are collecting HyVee and Fareway grocery receipts, soup labels, Moola milk covers, and Sunny D labels as a fundraiser for the school. If you would like to donate them please send or drop them off in the office.

04.  TOUR THE SCHOOL:  Truman Public school invites you to come and take a tour of the school, please call 776-2111 to arrange a visit.

High School

01.  PROM: "Footloose"  Prom 2018 Order of Events: $10.00/Person or $20.00/Couple 5:30-6:30- Pictures (Forms are in the office), Punch Party Hosted by Junior and Senior Parents, 7:00- Grand March, 7:30-8:00 Family and Friend Pictures, 8:00-11:45- Dance, 12:00-Load the bus for After Prom, 12:30-4:30 After Prom @ Lake Crystal Rec. Center, 4:30 Load Bus-Back to Truman.

02.  CYBER-BULLYING LYCEUM:  Truman students grades 9 - 12 will be joined by GHEC students for a  lyceum on cyber-bullying that will be held in the Truman Schools Auditorium on MAY 4th at 11:00 a.m. 

03.  AFTER PROM PARTY: The party is being held at the Lake Crystal Rec Center. We will be taking a bus. Students are required to ride the bus to and from the rec center in order to attend. Bus leaves the parking lot at midnight. Bring a change of clothes to the dance. We will be able to swim from 12:30-2:30. If you wish to swim bring a swimsuit and towel. We will load the bus at the rec center at 4:30am to head back to Truman. Remember to get signed up ASAP and pay your $10. You must be signed up by Friday, April 27 in order to attend. You can attend after prom even if you aren’t attending prom. There are a lot of great prizes to be won, including things like an iPad mini, laptop, tv, lots of great gift cards and many other fun items. 

04.  DRIVER'S ED:  Will be held June 4-15 8:30-11:30.  A parent meeting will be held on June 6th 5:30-7:00.

05.  SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION:  A reminder to male students that they must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.  It is the law.

06.  OPEN CAMPUS:  A reminder that Truman Schools DOES NOT have an "Open Campus" during the lunch period.  Students should not be leaving school grounds during this time.

Guidance Counselor
01.  JOB FAIR:  JobsHQ and the Fairmont Workforce Center are sponsoring a job fair on May 10th from 1 to 4 at the Fairmont Mall.  Students in grades 10 through 12 may attend if desired.  You must have parent permission and transportation is not provided.

02.  MINNESOTA WEST COLLEGE VISIT:  A representative from Minnesota West Community Colleges will be here on May 8th at 11:30 a.m. to visit with juniors or seniors interested in their programs.  Please sign up in the principal's office if you are interested in visiting with this representative.

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01.  CYBER-BULLYING LYCEUM:  Truman students grades 6 - 8 will be joined by GHEC students for a  lyceum on cyber-bullying that will be held in the Truman Schools Auditorium on MAY 4th at 10:00 a.m.

02.  OUTDOOR RECESS PROCEDURES:   New outside rules regarding weather are as follows:  If the "feels like" temp is under 50 the children must wear coats.  If the "feels like" temp is 50 - 59 degrees the children don't have to wear coats if they have long sleeves.  Long pants must also be worn unless the temp is 60+.
If the "feels like" temp is 60+ the children get to choose.  We will be using the KSUM/KFMC website to find the temperature and it will be posted in three places.  Our playground expectations state that children will dress appropriately for the weather and they will listen to what the adults tell them to do.
Community Ed


BASEBALL: Game vs St. Clair at Truman.  Varsity only at 6:00 PM.  Pictures will be taken on Wednesday at practice.

TRACK: Practice @ Truman.

SOFTBALL: Practice at Martin Luther, students should ride the shuttle bus.

GOLF:  Meet @ Alden.  Bus leaves @ 2:30 and students are dismissed at @ 2:20


01.  LUNCH DOUBLES:  Ala Carte or Doubles need to be in to the office BEFORE 10:00 each day to reserve a meal change.

02.  KINDERGARTEN BREAKFAST:  Breakfast is free for all kindergarten students.

03.  FEDERAL LUNCH GUIDELINES:  Fruit or juice is served daily with each breakfast.  Bread and milk are included with each lunch.  Extra fruit and vegetables served daily.    Federal and State Dietary regulations require that Food Service are REQUIRED to serve each student 1/2 cup of fruit and 1/2 cup of vegetables daily.


Monday, April 30
Breakfast: Cereal bar, string cheese, fruit, juice
Lunch: Chicken fajita, shells, cup of fixings, Spanish rice, corn, fresh vegetables, fruit
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Tuesday, May 1
Breakfast: Banana bread, fruit, juice
Lunch: BBQ meatballs, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, oranges, apples, dinner roll
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Wednesday, April 25
Breakfast: Bagel, strawberry cream cheese, fruit, juice
Lunch: Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, goldfish crackers, spinach salad, baby carrots, fruit
Alternate Line: Turkey wrap

Thursday, April 26
Breakfast: Pancake and sausage on a stick, fruit, juice
Lunch: Pulled pork on a bun sandwich, sweet potatoe fries, glazed carrots
Alternate Line: BBQ on a bun sandwich

Friday, April 27
Breakfast: Oatmeal, toast, raisins, juice
Lunch: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic breadstick, spinach salad, fresh vegetables, fruit
Alternate Line: Chef salad