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MLS Student Council holds annual blood drive















The MLS Student Council held their annual Blood Drive in the Multi-Purpose Area of the MLS-Mohall School on Monday, March 30th. Twenty-seven people signed up to donate blood and a total of 25 pints of blood was collected.

Pictured above donating blood is Cody Beck, faculty member and coach at the MLS-Mohall School.

Autism Awareness month
being celebrated at MLS School


















April is Autism Awareness month. The Mohall Lansford Sherwood School is doing their best to support Autism and raise awareness. Last week, the Special Education staff at MLS invited guest speaker, Dr. Jennifer Hefter from Minot State University, to present to the high school students and staff. Dr. Hefter, Special Education teacher, Faye Beck, and student teacher, Kalli Engh, presented information on Autism and Awareness activities. Light it up Blue is the theme for Autism Awareness month from the Autism Speaks Organization.

To kick off Autism Awareness month, the K through 12 students released blue balloons to show their support. Every Wednesday throughout the month, the staff and students are encouraged to wear blue. Teachers who wear jeans on Wednesdays have been asked to donate to the Autism Foundation.

The Special Education staff has planned several activities throughout the month for the students to help raise awareness.

“The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.” - Nathanial Branden.




“Resolve To Be Ready” - Severe Summer Awareness Week April 27th through May 3rd
Submitted by: Kristy Titus
Renville County Emergency Mgr.
It seems many of us pay no attention to the weather until it is severe or has negatively affected us in some way. Weather affects our safety and well-being, our family’s safety, and our pocketbooks. The Renville County Emergency Management Department is asking citizens of Renville County to “Resolve To Be Ready”! This campaign is used to encourage individuals, families, businesses, and other organizations to get a kit, make a plan, and be informed. Taking simple steps to prepare for emergencies could help protect yourself, and your family in the event of an emergency.

Your family may not be together when a disaster strikes, so it is important to plan in advance. How will you contact one another? How will you get back together? And, what will you do in different situations? Make a family emergency plan. Your family may not be together when a disaster strikes, so it is important to know how you will contact one another, and how you will get back together. Plan places where your family will meet, both within and outside of your immediate neighborhood. Identify an out-of town contact. It may be easier to make a long-distance phone call than to call across town, so an out-of-town contact may be in a better position to communicate among separated family members. Be sure every member ... (To read this article and more, see this week's issue of the RCF.)





































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