One Flower, One Memory “Alzheimer’s Awareness Week at TLM”
More than 3 million cases of Alzheimer’s appear each year. So, the TL-M student council and National Honor Society, are participating in a state wide Alzheimer’s awareness fundraiser and have declared the Wek of March 20th – 24th Alzheimer’s Awareness Week at TLM. The student are selling “Forget Me Not Flowers” tagboard flowers as a freewill donations to the State Alzheimer’s Association. There will also be a booth at parent teacher conferences on the 23rd for those that would like to get a flower. On Friday, March 24th Kelly Hasse will be at the Caring Assembly to speak about Alzheimer’s to help the students understand the effects of the disease. Students are asked to wear purple that day. Student council will also be conducting a family movie night on March 24th for anyone looking for something to do on a Friday night.
March is Reading Month!
Welcome to Camp Read S’more!
Thanks for helping us to encourage reading and have fun at TLM by posting this calendar up at your house, reminding your child to participate, and keeping track of your child’s reading minutes this month! Thanks for all you do!
Long Term Planning
The Turtle Lake-Mercer School Board has approved the adoption of the 2016-2021 Long Range Planning Document. The document is available to the public at the high school office during normal business hours.
By order of the Turtle Lake-Mercer School Board.
Your Right To Know
The Turtle Lake – Mercer School District does everything within its power to assure that your children are being instructed by the most highly qualified instructors and para-professionals available. If at any time during the school year your child is taught by a teacher for four or more consecutive weeks who is not highly qualified according to North Dakota state standards, you will be notified by our school district.
If you have any questions please contact the superintendent’s office at 701-448-2365 Ext 102.
Website Student Privacy
Turtle Lake –Mercer Public School is proud of the many
accomplishments of our students and staff. Often, such accomplishments will be
highlighted on our school website.
We will often use photos of our students on the school website.
For our protection and the protection of your child’s privacy, we need to know
if you do not want your child’s photograph to be used on our school website.
If you do not want your student on the website, contact the school
office. The school website is accessible to all who have access to the
Internet. Therefore, no home address or telephone number will appear with any
work or photo posted on the web.