13
Oct

Two Golfers Represent SSM in National events

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1902962_765446736838544_8139383686660412963_nPort St. Lucie, FL - Micheal Hauer Jr. ’20 finished in 13th place in the U.S. Kids PGA Golf Club Invitational in Port St. Lucie, FL on Sunday afternoon. After sitting in 13th place after the first day, Michael shot a final round 78 to remain in that position to finish the tournament. Micheal capped off the tournament with four straight pars on the final four holes of the course. One special feature was that Micheal was able to have a caddie and Coach Bulter was the lucky one to carry his bag during the tournament.

See the final results here.

North Plains, OR - Clear across the country in North Plains, OR, Parker Reddig ’17 tied for 12th place in the AJGA Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NikeGolf. After finishing the first round tied for 27th place, Parker climbed the leaderboard and made big leaps on both of the next two days. Parker jumped to 17th place after shooting even par on day two, and then moved up 5 more spots on day three to finish the tournament in 12th place. He was consistent on the final two days, shooting a 71 both days with three birdies apiece. The field of 45 was made up of some of the best players from around the United States as well as five countries.

See the final results here.

 

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Oct

Two Golfers Represent SSM in National Tournaments

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1902962_765446736838544_8139383686660412963_nPort St. Lucie, FL - Michael Hauer Jr. ’20 finished in 13th place in the U.S. Kids PGA Golf Club Invitational in Port St. Lucie, FL on Sunday afternoon. After sitting in 13th place after the first day, Michael shot a final round 78 to remain in that position to finish the tournament. Michael capped off the tournament with four straight pars on the final four holes of the course. One special feature was that Michael was able to have a caddie and Coach Bulter was the lucky one to carry his bag during the tournament.

See the final results here.

North Plains, OR - Clear across the country in North Plains, OR, Parker Reddig ’17 sits in 17th place in the AJGA Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NikeGolf. Parker was tied for 27th after the first round on Saturday, but made a big jump to 17th after shooting even par on day two. His second day 71 was highlighted by three birdies. The field of 72 is made up of some of the best players from around the United States as well as five countries. Parker looks to climb the leaderboard even further as he tees off Monday at 12:05pm (CST).

To follow Parker on his final day, track along on the live scoring here.

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11
Oct

Souhan: Wild’s Parise leads the right way in season opener

Souhan: Wild’s Parise leads the right way in season opener Article by:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jim Souhan Star Tribune Updated: October 10, 2014 – 12:58 PM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Zach Parise (11) and Jonas Brodin (25) celebrated after Parise scored a goal in the second […]

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10
Oct

Boys Soccer Center of Excellence to Add U13/14 Team

Boys Soccer Center of Excellence to Add U14’s Beginning with the 2015-16 academic year, Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys Soccer Center of Excellence (CoE) will add a U14 team to its program.  As a member of US Soccer’s Development Academy, the U14’s are an important age group within the overall Development Academy structure and provides for these […]

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22
Sep

Fall Family Weekend 2014

Families and friends are welcome to join us for the annual Fall Family Weekend, scheduled for October 17-19, 2014. Here are schedules with important information. We look forward to seeing our SSM families on campus soon!

2014 Fall Family Weekend

2014 Fall Family Weekend Athletic Schedule

22
Sep

Shattuck-St. Mary’s Sweeps Minnesota Open

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Sophie Hill ’15, Parker Reddig ’17, and Shane Hoben ’16 with their trophies

Faribault, MN - Shattuck-St. Mary’s hosted the 2014 Minnesota Open at the Legacy Golf Course. The Sabres then went out and dominated the podium, winning the girls division and finishing first and second in the boys division.

Sophie Hill ’15, led after the first day and went on to shoot 9-over to win her first ever MAJGT trophy. Hill got out to an early lead the first day shooting 1-under on the front nine, and would never look back as she went on to win by nine strokes.

On the boys’ side, the drama between two Sabres went all the way to the end with Shane Hoben ’16 and Parker Reddig ’17 tied up at 1-over after 36 holes. The two members of the Golf CoE went to a sudden death playoff where Reddig birdied the first hole to capture the title. Hoben led the way after day one at 2-under 69 with Reddig right on his heels at 1-under. Grant O’Donnell ’16 finished tied for 8th and Thomas Schick ’15 finished in 10th place at 6-over, giving SSM their third and fourth top 10 finishers on the weekend. Shelem Vickers ’18 and Carter Haskins ‘15 also finished near the top of the leader board at 11-over and 13-over.

Visit the MAJGT website for the final results and view the photo gallery.

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12
Sep

SSM Boys announce four dates for prospective students

The Shattuck-St. Mary’s Boys staff has announced their four dates in 2015 for prospective students who want to attend SSM. These dates are February 14-16, March 21-23,  April 11-13, and May 16-18.  These recruiting events are for any boys with birth years of 1997 to 2002. To register for one of these events please click […]

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Sep

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Party like it’s 2013-2014, the yearbooks have arrived! Ms. Yergens and the yearbook staff threw a yearbook release party with a cooking theme. The yearbook’s cover, designed by Cherry Wang ’15, took its design from the classic cookbook and tablecloth theme with a red and white plaid covering. The party was complete with video clips about food on the projector screen, songs about food, and plenty of cookies to eat while students signed each other’s yearbooks and looked at the photos. Any students interested in helping with this year’s yearbook can email Ms. Yergens. Check out some photos of the event on Flickr.
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BioScience Students Head to the Great Outdoors

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On Sep 6 – 7, the BioScience COE students traveled to Camp Omega in Waterville, MN for the 3rd Annual BioScience Retreat. It was a jam-packed 26 hours that included hiking, canoeing, rock-wall climbing and archery. There was also a bonfire and s’mores followed by the ever-anticipated “night hike” (along wooded trails, no flashlights allowed) led by Mr. Blackmer, our SSM Campus Naturalist. The main event of the weekend was the annual “Spoons” Championship where Kevin Du (’16) came out on top after a hard-fought battle! Once again, the BioScience retreat provided lots of fun and friendship, but did not provide much sleep (oh, those late night card games!!) Take a look at some photos from the trip and be sure to like the BioScience CoE on Facebook!

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ESL III Explores Literature

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ESL III took a field trip this week to the Kerlan Collection at the University of Minnesota and Wild Rumpus books in Linden Hills. At the Kerlan, they had the opportunity to see original notes, first drafts, and manuscripts—with editors notes!—of award-winning, published books like The Giver, by Lois Lowry; A Single Shard, by Linda Sue Park; what they found: love on 145th street, by Walter Dean Myers; and Because of Winn-Dixie, by Kate DiCamillo. 

They also noticed how many people were actually involved in the creation of a published book. The author tells the orignal story, but many people give the author feedback before it is published.

After a quick lunch at Little Szechuan near the University, they proceeded to Wild Rumpus Books in Linden Hills where they got to see all of the books they saw at the Kerlan in published form! They spent the afternoon reading books, petting the Manx cats and hanging out with the chickens (see photo above).

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Arrrrrrr It’s a Musical
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The 2014-2015 Fesler-Lampert series kicks off with Blackbeard the Pirate leading the way! The Missoula Children’s Theater presents this family-friendly musical with the help of local children. MCT provides the set, costumes, and music, but the cast is comprised of local children who star in the musical. Auditions were held Monday and the children have spent the week learning their roles and immersing themselves in the world of theater. The full-length show debuts this Saturday night at 3:00pm and 5:30pm in Newhall Auditorium. Tickets are free to SSM students. See the lineup of the entire Fesler-Lampert series here.

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Say Cheese!
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School photo day is coming up!
Middle School: Tuesday, September 16 – 7:30 am-10:00 am (MS Dining Room)
Upper School: Wednesday, September 17 – 7:30 am-3:00 pm (Student Lounge)

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Pickleball Fever Spreads at Shattuck-St. Mary’s
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Gorgeous day for Pickleball on Sunday! Avid Pickleball player Ms. Trout led 18 students in Pickleball, and 16 of them were brand new to the game! The new students caught on fast and excitement is building for the first official Pickleball tournament of the year!

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This week in weCreate
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Shot of the Week

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Summer Xia ’16 and Kim Do ’15 found a bird in the Fayfield Courtyard that had hit the glass walkway between Fayfield and weCreate. They brought it to Mr. Blackmer who examined and calmed it, and the bird was off and flying in no time!

News You Can Use

Menu for September 15-21
Soccer Schedule Sep 11-18
Weekend Activities
September & October Birthdays

Upcoming Events

Fesler-Lampert Performing Arts Series

Missoula Children’s Theatre presents Blackbeard and the Pirate
Saturday, September 13, 3:00 and 5:30 pm, Newhall Auditorium

Picture Day at the Middle School (Grades 6-9)

Tuesday, September 16, 7:30 – 10:00 am, MS Dining Room

Picture Day at the Upper School (Grades 10-12, PG)
Wednesday, September 17 –  7:30 am – 3:00 pm in the StuLo

Founder’s Day/Hands Across Faribault
Friday, September 26, Faribault, MN

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