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We are Hiring - http://goo.gl/Swixfd
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The MTS Transitions to the Future newsletter is now available. http://mtcs.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/transitionmts_may2016_lowresonline.pdf
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MTS was able to be part of another great Latino Youth Conference!

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Powell Leadership Academy JROTC Omelet Breakfast Fundraiser


Friends, Colleagues, Supporters of the Powell Leadership Academy and JROTC Program,
You are cordially invited to attend the annual General Colin L. Powell Leadership Academy Omelet Breakfast Fundraiser on Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM at the American Legion Post #1//Eagles 34 (First Post in the State of MN); 2507 East 25th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406.
This is a great opportunity to take your friends and family out to enjoy an inexpensive and delicious Sunday Brunch while supporting a program dedicated to the success of America’s youth.
Tickets are $8 each. Part of the proceeds go towards the General Colin L. Powell Leadership Academy and JROTC Program in order to offset some of the costs associated with field trips, uniforms and equipment for Cadets. Tickets are available at the door. If you cannot attend, but wish to make a donation to the program, checks can be made out to the General Colin L. Powell Leadership Academy, and mailed to The General Colin L. Powell Leadership Academy, Attn: JROTC Program, 2872 26th Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55406
Thanks for your support. Please feel free to spread the word. My contact information is below.
Neil Hetherington
Colonel (Retired), U.S. Army
Senior Army Instructor
General Colin L. Powell Leadership Academy
nhetherington@emailmtcs.org

Office Direct – (612) 724-4754
MTS Extension – 4754
http://www.mtsjrotc.org/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/General-Colin-L-Powell-Leadership-Academy


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Robotics team to compete in Duluth

A new and innovative enterprise is on a trajectory at MTS High School.  It will be the first competitive robotics team at MTS and a boost for the STEM program at the school promoting science, technology, engineering and math interests.
The FIRST team begins with 13 students, nearly half of them from MTS Middle School.  The FIRST acronym is “For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology” at firstinspires.org.

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Students Enjoying Teachers Serving Breakfast on December 18 ahead of the Holiday Break.

Over the past five years, the last day of the first semester and the start of the Holiday Break is celebrated by the MTS High School teachers serving breakfast to all the students.  Teachers take on the food shopping, bring in pans and utensils for cooking and start breakfast in the kitchen just after 6 a.m. The first crew cooks, the second crew serves the food and the third crew, teachers without first period classes, take on the clean-up.  Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, hash browns and juice were enjoyed by all. Classes were shortened and the day ended with an awards ceremony to honor students with outstanding accomplishments.

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Currently MTS is pursuing individuals to become valued members of our Board of Directors.

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CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR SAFYRE

As the holiday season is upon us, Ms. Crews’ Life and Study Skills classes have been focusing on “values” this term from attributes such as compassion, good manners and kindness. They put those values into action this past Wednesday, December 16th, as Ms. Crews shared with the class a story from Kare11 about a seven year-old girl, Safarye, from Schenectady, NY. Safyre had been burned over a majority of her body due to an arson attack that took the lives of her entire family and left her homeless.
Ms. Crews provided the Christmas cards and the students spent time during one of the Life and Study skills class periods writing cards for Safyre in hopes to brighten up her holiday season.
Chlo Hines, a senior at MTCS demonstrated his values through writing a card and sending a teddy bear in hopes to add a little more cheer to Safyre’s Christmas this season.
“It is one thing to discuss values in theory in class but a whole other level when you see your students displaying those values through their actions,” said Ms. Crews. “There are no words. When Chlo asked if he could give Safyre a teddy bear, shared Ms. Crews, I choked up.”
This is just one of many ways in which MTCS students are developing their best selves and becoming the leaders of tomorrow.


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The PEASE Academy 6th Annual Pancake Breakfast, tomorrow, Saturday, October 10th 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Word on the street is it will be the best Pancake Breakfast EVER!!!
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