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  • Driver Education - PARENT/STUDENT MEETING

    Driver Education - Parent/Student Meeting (Pre-registration is required to attend this meeting) This is an optional Driver Education Parent/Student Meeting scheduled for Monday, November 6, 2023 from 6:30pm-8:00pm at Middle School West - Auditorium. This meeting is for parents and students. If the meeting is attended, your student will log 40 Behind the Wheel hours rather than 50 hours if the meeting is not attended. The required number of Behind the Wheel hours is mandated by the state. NOTE: Signing your student up for the Parent/Student Meeting DOES NOT mean your student is enrolled in a Driver Education class. The Driver Education class is a completely separate enrollment. COURSE #: 249F2 Driver Education - Parent/Student Meeting Note: Enroll your student ONLY in the course and complete the questions in the registration form What: Parent/Student Meeting When: Monday, November 6, 2023 Who: Parents and Students (a parent or guardian must attend with student) Where: MW Auditorium Address: 11343 50th St NE, Albertville, MN 55301 Time: 6:30-8:00pm Please arrive early to sign the attendance sheet *Fee: $10/STUDENT (Adults, DO NOT enroll yourself in this class. Enroll your student only) *Fee is non-refundable if you do not attend the meeting PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS MEETING Deadline to register: 11/1/23 (NO REFUNDS AFTER THE DEADLINE) NOTES: A Certificate of Completion will be prepared signifying your attendance at the meeting (after the attendance sheets are verified). The Certificate of Completion is HELD at the STMA COMMUNITY EDUCATION OFFICE. You won’t pick up the Certificate until your student completes Behind the Wheel hours (if enrolled through STMA Driver Education), otherwise you will be a called to come pick it up sometime after the meeting. Questions? Please call STMA Community Education: 763.497.6550 ext. 1
  • East Art Club

    East Art Club Grades 5-8 Come join Mrs. Iverson and other fellow artists who want to get creative just like you do! We will be working on a different project each session that goes beyond the materials of the classroom. Some materials we will work with but are not limited to are clay, paint, drawing, printmaking, and other mixed media materials. Get ready to expand your artistic skills and have fun!
  • FIRST ROBOTICS- Fall Season 2023

    FIRST Robotics - Fall Season 2023 Grades 10-12 If you are interested in exploring the world of competitive robotics, the Binary Battalion Fall Robotics program is here for you! No matter what your robotics experience level is, the fall program will allow you to work together in small groups on a variety of robotics projects and learn what it means to be on a competitive robotics team. The main goals of the Fall Robotics program is to prepare students for the upcoming winter competitive robotics season, develop hands-on and communication skills, and have fun! The team will meet every Tuesday and Thursday, September-November from 3:30 - 5:30pm Exact dates to be released as season approaches. Kris Rue, Roger Bovee, Zack Osowski 670F2 T/Th Sept-Nov $175 3:30-5:30pm STMA HS
  • FIRST Tech Challenge

    FIRST Tech Challenge students design, build, and code their robots to compete against other local area teams in a full season of robotics engineering. Every season has a unique challenge with new ways to score points that challenge builders to innovate. There is no instruction manual to build these robots so teams must design them from the ground up. Robots are built from a reusable platform, powered by Android technology, and must fit into an 18x18" cube. First Technical Challenge (FTC) is the precursor to the competitive high school robotics team, The Binary Battalion, which competes in First Robotics Competition (FRC). This program is for students in grades 7-9 in the 23-24 school year. Ninth grade students interested in joining the high school FRC team in 2024 must have experience in FTC as well as a coach's recommendation. The season tentatively begins on Sept 9th with a kickoff party and runs through Jan 21st. The anticipated schedule will be Tues/Thurs practices from 5:30-7:30pm with 5 Saturday competitions as well as the chance to compete at state and national levels. When the schedule is finalized parents will be notified. $105 payable to STMA CE upon Registration, and $195 Payable to the STMA Robotics Booster Club
  • HS Art Club

    High School Art Club The purpose of art club will be to allow students who are unable to fit art into their schedule or give students who are in art the opportunity to work on personal projects or additional time to work on class projects. Fee is based on which medium the student will participate in; drawing, Sculpting, or painting.
  • STMA Fall ESports League

    STMA Esports Grades 9-12 September - December 3 hours per week per game Flexible online meeting times Coached by Zack Osowski and five support coaches NEW IN FALL 2023: Dedicated training coaches for Rocket League, Super Smash Bros, and League of Legends Three "Game Jam" in-person events at the high school to play together as an entire team Scholarship opportunities for collegiate esports programs End-of-year celebration tournament A public, open tournament hosted by the team The widely successful STMA Esports team returns in September for the 2023 Fall season. STMA Esports players advance their competitive gaming skills, belong to a community, and challenge themselves at a new level in a full 10 week competition season. All matches are conducted through Minnesota Varsity League (MNVL), a growing esports league of almost 100 Minnesota high schools. Students must use their own gaming equipment to play scheduled video game matches from home (no computers or console will be provided). All skill levels of players are welcome and EVERYONE PLAYS. Students placed on "Varsity" level teams have the opportunity to qualify for the state tournament hosted by Wisdom Gaming Studios at the Mall of America. Your registration fee helps pay for a single spot in the league, meaning each player plays on one team for one game. Players can play on multiple teams for different games, but will need to pay an additional league fee in that case (details TBD). Three "Game Jam" events are planned for the season and will be held in the high school broadcasting studio. These are optional social gaming session for all players to come together and play for fun as a team. Game Jam dates/times TBD. All players will meet in person every Monday after school and virtually throughout the week for practices and matches. Practice schedules are game-specific and will be determined by player availability. Participants must be STMA High School or Knights Academy Students. Weekly Match Schedule: Monday- Rocket League 5pm Tuesday- League of Legends 5pm Wednesday- Varsity and JV Valorant 5pm Thursday- SSBU 1v1 5pm, Minecraft 2v2 6pm (THE GAMES LISTED ABOVE ARE ONLY THOSE THAT ARE CONFIRMED, MORE GAMES ARE TBD AND MAY INCLUDE APEX LEGENDS, FORTNITE NO-BUILD, AND STREET FIGHTER 6)
  • Ski Club (Grades 6-12)

    STMA Ski Club (Grades 6-12) Informational Parent Meeting will be held on Thursday, November 16, 2023 at Community Education Center in the Cafeteria at 6:30pm. Deadline to register for Ski Club is Tuesday, November 28, 2023 at 3pm. No late registrations accepted. Location: Powder Ridge, Kimball, MN Time: Depart at 3:20PM return 9:30PM Ski Dates: Thursdays, Dec. 14, 21, Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25, Bonus day Feb.1 SKI CLUB NOTES: ALL SKIERS (Including Chaperones) MUST WEAR A HELMET Catholic School skiers are bussed to MW for Ski Club Students are not allowed to drive themselves to Powder Ridge Information about Ski Club equipment storage will be announced at the Parent Meeting on Thursday, November 16 All busses return to the STMA High School, participants must be picked up by 9:30pm. If your student is not picked up by 9:30PM they will not be allowed to attend the next week. If you have questions about Ski Club please call Maryellen Barthel: 763-497-6511
  • Snowmobile Youth Safety Training

    Snowmobile Youth Safety Training Ages 11-15 The Foxtailers’ Snowmobile Club is offering youth snowmobile safety training to students 11-15 years of age. Upon completion of this course they will be certified to receive their Minnesota snowmobile certificate. The certificate becomes valid at age 12. This class will begin at 9 am and end upon completion of the outdoor driving course (approx. 1:30 pm). Lunch will be provided. Students need to dress for cold weather with proper snowmobile gear, i.e. hat, gloves, and boots. Please bring a helmet if you have one. Course Prerequisite: The student must complete the online course at and provide the course completion document when they arrive for class! A parent/guardian must accompany their youth to sign a release form and bring proof of age (birth certificate) of student. Upon completion of the course the certificate can be purchased on the MNDNR website for $5. Foxtailers’ Snowmobile Club