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Daily Bulletin


April 25, 2018 (Day B)


Today’s Lunch Menu: Goulash, Green Beans, Mixed Vegetables, Mixed Fruit, Bread

Breakfast Tomorrow: Bagel

Lunch Tomorrow: Turkey Burger on Whole Grain Bun, Cheese, Potatoes, Applesauce



  • Baccalaureate at Interstate 35 HS 7:00pm



Sydney McCasland

Caitlyn Pote



The Central Iowa Division of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps is holding a new member informational open house tonight from 7:00-9:00 p.m. This open house will be held at the Norwalk Police Department at 1110 Chatham Avenue in Norwalk.  Sea Cadets is a leadership and adventure program for youth ages 10-17 who have a desire to learn about the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Army, and Air Force.  Training is available this summer and one weekend a month throughout the year. For more information, email, see, or see Central Iowa Sea Cadets on Facebook.

There is a MANDATORY volleyball meeting for current 8th-11th graders on Thursday, April 26th, at 8 AM in Coach Vogel’s room.  Please make arrangements to be here.

There will be a boys’ basketball meeting on Thursday during seminar in the commons for all boys in grades 8-11 who are interested in participating next year.

Students who are participating in the Rosa Parks Symposium will be meeting for the first two blocks on Friday in Mr. Metcalf’s room.  We will be meeting with Mrs. Judy Miller who put together the symposium.  Dr. Brinkley will be answering the questions we came up with and we will have a Skype call from a VIP.

An Indianola girls’ swim team informational meeting will be held on Thursday, May 3rd, at 6:30 p.m. at the Indianola High School Media Center (south door). Girls currently in grades 6-11 are encouraged to attend if you are interested in participating.  If you cannot make the meeting, please contact Coach Scovel at

Any 7th-11th grade student interested in running for the 2018-2019 MStM Student Council needs to sign up with Mr. Hansen by Friday, May 4th.

There will be a HS girls’ basketball meeting on Friday, May 4th, during seminar in the HS gym for all girls in grades 8-11 who are interested in participating next year.

Attention: students who would like to earn great money in a short time this summer!!  Come detassel with Scar Detasseling!  Pay is up to $12 an hour, plus bonuses!  This is a GREAT job for people who are in sports or other activities, because you can make a lot of money in a short amount of time, and it frees up the rest of your year to do other things.  The season usually lasts approximately two to three weeks in July.  A bus will pick up workers in Martensdale and other small towns on the way to Ankeny.  If interested, please sign up in the office by May 4th (you must be at least 14 years old) and someone will call you soon to give you more details and talk to you about why detasseling is such a great summer job!



Any junior TAG student who is interested in an online AP class for next year should see Ms. Kaven by May 1.

Any current 8th through 11th grade TAG student who is interested in a self-designed elective, see Ms. Kaven by May 1.



Sophomores and Juniors:  It is time to sign up for Fall 2018 Career Advantage Online classes (PSEO) for next year.  Please go to the Guidance Office for information and sheets.

The Madison-Warren Ecumenical Association invites the graduating seniors of Interstate 35 and Martensdale-St. Marys high schools, along with their parents, friends, faculty, staff, and board members, to an ecumenical Baccalaureate service tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Interstate 35 HS gymnasium.

Junior Class Members: Prom decorating permission forms are in the office.  If you are planning to help decorate on Friday, please stop in and get a form.  Your work must be made up ahead of time and your form must be signed.  Please turn in the completed forms by Thursday at noon.  Please see Mrs. Franey with any questions.

If you would like to ride the mechanical bull at Post Prom, you must have a waiver signed by an appropriate adult custodian, even if you are 18.  You may pick up a form in the high school office.  Please turn them in to Christy.  Do not wait too long and miss out on the fun!  Please be sure to take care of your dates, also!  NO ONE will be able to participate without it.  The company has a strict policy.

Seniors – If you need to order an extra flower for graduation, pay $2.50 to the office by May 4th.

Mr. Hansen will have ACT math review sessions for sophomores through seniors every Friday morning in his room from 7:45-8:15.



Visit the ACT website for more information.

Test Date                Registration Deadline        Late Fee Required

June 9, 2018            May 4, 2018                         May 5-18, 2018

July 14, 2018           June 15, 2018                       June 16-22, 2018



The high school girls’ track team placed 4th at the Chariton Relays last night.  Zoey Minor placed 2nd in the high jump and the long jump, Jensen Archibald finished 2nd in the 800 Meter Run, the Distance Medley Relay finished 1st with Kaitlin DiCesare, Zoey Minor, Hannah Sweet, and Jensen Archibald, the sprint medley relay and 4×100 relay teams of Katelyn Amfahr, Maria Sanz, Hannah Sweet, and Kailyn DiCesare both placed 2nd.  Great work ladies, keep up the great performances!



The MStM Food Pantry is open to all Martensdale-St. Marys community families.  The food pantry is located at the school and is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-6:00, or as needed.  Please contact Kathy Higgins or call 641-764-2466 with questions.