Chatfield High School Daily Announcements

Friday, May 6, 2022 
Day: 151
Middle School Day: 1

“Some days are just upside down!”-Ann Stegall

All Student Announcements (7-12): 

If you had artwork in the School Art Show this year be sure to stop by Ms. Potter's room by THIS FRIDAY to pick it up. Next week, and unclaimed artwork will be disposed of. 

Please do not walk through the gym this week to get to the cafeteria or classes. It is under construction for prom and is not to be walked through. Thank you.

A light gray Columbia coat size medium with a hood was left in the basement of the library during Firearm Safety class. See Terri Dudek in the counseling office, if it is yours.


There are no more Library book check-outs this school year.  But, if you need or want a book, stop by the Library/LINC to check out the shelves of give-away books, all free to take and read!  ALL regular library books are due back by Friday, May 20th.



Senior High Announcements (9-12):

Jr,  sophomores  and freshman watch your email for A link to vote for NEXT YEARS Student Senate representatives. Voting will open Wed 5/4 and close Friday 5/6 at 3:15. Please vote for someone who will represent the views of your class and be willing to work on making Homecoming as well as snowball a success in the 22-23 school year!!


 Juniors and Senior Art Club Students: Chicago permission slips and money are due THIS FRIDAY. Do not forget to hand these in ASAP


Students 16 and older… CHOSEN VALLEY CARE CENTER has several jobs available. You can find more information on their website    Applications are available on the table outside the counseling office.


SENIORS! Fill out the senior slideshow form below if you haven't already done so by Friday, May 6th.


Service Hours: Are you looking for a leadership opportunity? Camp Invention is looking for six 10th-12th graders to be leadership interns this summer. Camp Invention runs for a week in the summer. This opportunity introduces entrepreneurial and intellectual property concepts, strengthens college applications, and provides a meaningful setting to complete required volunteer hours. If interested, see Mrs. Conway for more information.


Counselor News:


College Dollars & Sense virtual program for the dates of June 27 through July 1, 2022, 9a.m. to 12 p.m. free of charge.  The application deadline is May 20, 2022.
“In this one-week virtual summer program, students are introduced to
personal finance concepts, learn strategies for affording and saving for
college, experience life on a major university campus, and interact with
students, professors, and business leaders while developing the skills they
need to succeed after high school."
If interested, look for poster outside the counseling office.

Hello, my name is Staff Sergeant Ashley Gartner, I am the Minnesota Army National Guard representative for your high school. Most students pick either one of three options after high school: college, the workforce, or military service. Did you know that you can do all three by joining the National Guard?
Are you planning on going to a 4 YEAR UNIVERSITY after high school? Have you ever heard of ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corp)?? ROTC gives you that chance to serve part-time while going to college full-time at the exact same time. Being part of the ROTC can get you the following benefits based on the program/ route you take:

*            $18,000 YEARLY COLLEGE TUITION PAID

*            $420/MONTH STIPEND

*            ROOM AND BOARD

*            BOOK STIPEND
These are some of the benefits that you can receive by joining the MN Army National Guard and being part of the ROTC program. By joining as a Senior in high school you DO NOT have to go through Basic Training this summer, you will go straight to college. If this sounds like something that you would be interested in and want to get more information on how to apply, please either call/text 612-718-0080 or email

JUNIORS – If you want a copy of your ACT scores, see Mrs. Dudek in the counseling office.


Middle School Announcements (7-8):



Breakfast: Coffee Cake, Choice of Cereal
Classic Café:  Cheese Stick, Green Beans
Diner: Sloppy Joe on a Bun
Grab & Go: Ham Deli Sub Sandwich


Extracurricular Activities:

Friday, May 6th
4:00 7th and 8th grade softball at WK (one game)
4:00 Varsity softball at WK (DH)
4:30 JH track at DE
4:30 Boys and girls golf at LA
4:30 8th grade baseball home KW
5:00 JV baseball at KW
5:00 Varsity baseball home KW
6:00 7th grade baseball home KW

Saturday, May 7th
8:00 PROM-Grand March (doors open at 7:30)

Monday, May 9th
7:00 Spring Concert

Tuesday, May 10th
1:00 Track at Triton True Team
4:00 8th grade baseball at PEM
4:00 JV baseball home PEM (DH)
4:00 Varsity baseball at PEM (DH)
4:45 8th grade softball at PEM
5:00 JV softball at PEM
5:00 Varsity softball at PEM
5:30 7th grade baseball at PEM
6:00 7th grade softball at PEM

Wednesday, May 11th
7:00 Academic Banquet

Thursday, May 12th
4:30 9th grade baseball at LaCrescent-Hokah (DH)
4:30 JH track at RP
4:30 Boys and girls golf at PEM
4:45 8th grade softball at LaCrescent-Hokah
5:00 JV softball at LaCrescent-Hokah
5:00 Varsity softball at LaCrescent-Hokah

Friday, May 13th
4:30 Varsity softball home Lourdes
4:30 8th grade baseball home St. Charles
5:00 JV baseball at St. Charles
5:00 Varsity baseball home St. Charles
6:00 7th grade baseball home St. Charles
6:00 JV softball home Lourdes

Saturday, May 14th
9:00 Boys and girls Varsity Conference Track at DE
10:00 JV baseball at Lourdes
10:00 JV softball home Blooming Prairie
10:00 Varsity softball home Blooming Prairie
12:00 8th grade baseball home LaCrescent-Hokah
12:00 Varsity baseball home LaCrescent-Hokah
1:30 7th grade baseball home LaCrescent-Hokah
2:00 Varsity baseball home Pine Island