MCC Girls posted some great scores at the 18-hole tournament in Sanborn. Ciera Tutt led the rebels with a 94 and Elie Meyer carded a 98. Both were in the top five scores and received medals. The girls team posted a 419 and tied with Adrian! Rebel Pride!
MCC Softball wins both games in the double header against HLO/F 6-2 and 17-0. Thea Schneider strikes out 9 and threw her first career no hitter!
MCC baseball defeats HLO/F in game one 9-0. Abe Paulzine pitched a complete game allowing 1 hit and striking out 10. The Rebels took game two in 5 innings 11-0. Christian Tentinger picked up the win on the mound. MCC improves to 8-1 on the season. GO REBELS!!!
Kindergarten students perform "Celebrating America" led by Steve Harms.
Good luck to the following activities today: Varsity & Junior High Baseball travels to Heron Lake starting at 4:00pm. Junior Varsity will host HLO/F at Boelter Field starting at 4:30pm. Boys golf hosts the conference meet at the Slayton Country Club starting at 2:00pm. Girls golf travels to Sanborn for the conference golf meet starting at 2:00pm. Track hosts 8 teams for the Dick Davidson Invitational starting at 4:00pm. Softball hosts HLO/F with first pitch scheduled for 5:00pm. For more details on specific squads please refer to the 7-12 Activities Calendar on the District website. Go Rebels!
Thanks for all you do teachers! Your hard work does not go unnoticed. You impact lives in ways you often don't even see!
Please help our MCC Softball team in supporting Cameron Boerboom's fight! Click on the link below to place your strikeout pledge before tomorrow's softball game against HLO/F at 4:40 pm at the softball complex or contact an MCC softball player. https://forms.gle/7g7WMxAkGaA9XyBV6
Students participated in the Reality Check simulation at MCC today. This event helps students understand how to manage their finances based on their income, and teaches fiscal responsibility. Thank you to all the businesses and individuals who made this event possible!
Congratulations to this week's elementary Rebel Pride winners! Aleigha Schroeder, Carter Beek, Caleb Parrie, Atticus Punt, Elsie Grocholski and Parker Olson.
Our teachers make a huge difference in the lives and futures of our students! On average a teacher affects 3,000 children over the course of their career. Thank you teachers for all that you do!
MCC Students in grades 4-7 are invited to register for Summer Adventure. Simply fill out the Google Form provided in the link below. This program is provided by the MCC School District at no cost to students and their families. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tiUgpLdLOTb4oLr7P9Q2n0nWg_2XsrK0Lgbar3dHmLg/edit
MCC Softball loses 0-15 to Edgerton/SWC in 4 innings.
Rebel baseball improves to 6-1 on the year, with a win against Edgerton/Southwest Minnesota Christian 14-4.
basic foods class making coffee cake
Good luck to the following activities today: Baseball hosts Edgerton/SWC starting at 4:30pm. Golf hosts HLO/F/WWG at the Slayton Country Club starting at 4:00pm. Track travels to Pipestone for the Nangle Relays starting at 4:00pm. Softball travels to Edgerton with first pitch scheduled for 4:30pm. For more details on specific squads please refer to the 7-12 Activities Calendar on the District website. Go Rebels!
‘”Teachers teach because they care. Teaching young people is what they do best. It requires long hours, patience, and care.” – Horace Mann WE LOVE OUR TEACHERS!
The Scholastic book fair is ready at West Elementary! Shop today until 1pm, Tuesday and Thursday 8:30-10 and 3:30-6pm, Wed 8:30-10 and Friday 8:30-11:00. Buy One Get One Free!
Staff Profile of the Week
Teacher Appreciation Week is this week, May 2-6! Take time to thank a teacher. We appreciate our entire teaching staff at MCC. Thank you for all that you do! TEACHER: A multi-tasking educational rockstar who lives to inspire & loves to encourage. They're kind of a big deal!
This is just a reminder that Monday, May 2, is a scheduled TNT two-hour late start.