TLMM Volleyball Pink Night

Thursday September, 29th at 5:00pm the Trojan volleyball team will be playing the New Salem/Almont Holsteins in the Ed Rath Auditorium to support Breast Cancer Awareness month!Pink Night Ribbon

The players will honor those who have battled breast cancer and there will be a raffle for various items. Tickets for a raffle item cost $1 each, and the raffle will begin at 4:45pm. Drawings for the items will occur during the varsity match, which begins at about 7:00pm. All proceeds will go to the Bismarck Cancer Center.

Even if you are unable to attend the game, please wear pink to help show your support for all those who have or had breast cancer.


Dessert, Music, & More


The Turtle Lake-Mercer School Music Department presents “Just Jazz!” The concert will be Thursday, October 6th in the Ed Rath Auditorium. The band and choir will perform songs while the guests are given desserts. Doors will open at 6:45.

To attend you must have previously purchased a ticket.


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.

Susan Davis

Business Manager


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.



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