The 8th grade spring choir concert took place on May 12 in the Maple Lake High School auditorium. Students entertained the audience with a variety of different songs from the current hits of today to hits back in the ‘40s. Pictured are the 8th grade choir members coming together to sing their final two songs of the evening.
Mrs. Nelson introducing Nick Paumen who accompanied the boys with his guitar on the Philip Philips song Gone, Gone, Gone.
Maple Lake Elementary 3rd graders sang the National Grandparent’s Day song, “A Song for Grandma and Grandpa” for their grandparents and played bingo for Grandparent’s Day on Friday, May 13. (Photo by Charlene Wurm)
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Congratulations to senior Nick Paumen (right) for receiving Best In Site at the Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest on April 11 at Annandale High School. He was chosen by the judge in his performing site as the best performance of the night. He received a superior rating at the state level. Paumen sang a baritone solo titled "If," written by Mark Patterson.
(Photo by Nick Pawlenty)
Students from the Maple Lake High School choir participated in the Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest on April 11 at Annandale High School. They performed their song for a judge and received a rating at the state level. Students that performed solos included Mara Hayes and Anna Becker, receiving an excellent rating at the state level, and Tyler Willard and NIck Paumen, receiving a superior rating at the state level. Students that performed a duet were Megan Wassermann and Kaitlyn Murphy, receiving an excellent rating at the state level. Students that performed a three-part girls song included Katelyn Fuller, Kaitlyn Murphy, Emily Jude, Kennedy Long, Gabby Brown, Sydney Bakeberg, Audrey Berndt, Maddy Neu and Shelby Jackson, receiving an excellent rating at the state level. Students that performed a four-part mixed ensemble song were Audrey Berndt, Anna Becker, Megan Wassermann, Kora Fuller, Devin Deringer, Tyler Willard, Dylan Schlueter and Nick Pauman, receiving a superior rating at the state level. (Photo by Nick Pawlenty)
This week the Maple Lake High School displayed a sobering sight for students and prom-goers, reminding them to drive safely. (Photo by Kayla Erickson)
As we start thinking about prom season and the celebratory time that follows, it’s important to take a few moments to talk with teens about keeping themselves and others safe during this exciting time.
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