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► Winter sports schedules for GBB and BBB in "Athletics" above 
► Congrats to the Langdon Area/Munich Volleyball Team for placing 2nd in the Regional Tournament in Devil Lake on Novemeber 13th. 

The GBB game @ Larimore scheduled for Thursday, December 18th has been rescheduled to Tuesday, January 6th starting at 4:00 at the high school.
 
 

Congratulations Michelle and Kari!





Kari Hoffmann (senior) and Michelle Weston (junior) both recently participated in the Northwest Music Festival. The festival was held in Minot Halloween weekend. Kari and Michelle both had to record an audition tape and were selected from hundreds of high schoolers across the state. The festival is held every year and has three choirs and one band. The girls also auditioned for UND honors choir in Grand Forks on November 3rd and were selected to sing in the women's honor choir this January. Congrats to Michelle and Kari for their achievements!
 
Athletes of Munich High 

As we start the 2014-15 school year we begin our first year as a full co-op with Langdon Area. Many Munich high school and junior high students are involved in fall sports. Serving it up on the volleyball court for high school are Kaylee Anderson and Jordyn Worley; Marisa Peebles, Hanna Haider, Coty Harder, Adrienne Darling, and Callie Perry are the junior high players. The Langdon Cardinal football team would not be complete without the two Munich high school players, Chase Peebles and Braden Harder. Blaine Perry, Brett Myers, and Logan Harder are the junior high football players. No sports team would be complete without their cheerleaders. Next time you are at a game, be sure to watch for Haley Haider and Karlee Myers in the red uniforms cheering on the team. You are sure to see Ben Lagein running in Cross Country this year as well. Good luck to all Munich sports participants!
 
 

Senior/Junior Class Play

On November 16th the Senior and Junior classes put on a class play titled "No Body Like Jimmy." Both classes would like to thank all of those who attended. The classes would also like to thank Mrs. McArthur for devoting her time to rehearsals. 
 
Munich, North Dakota is a small rural community located on State Highway #20 in the northeastern part of the state.  It is noted as a prime agricultural area producing large amounts of wheat, barley, canola, and soy beans.  Located on the central flyway, Munich boasts tremendous waterfowl hunting.  The Munich Magicians produced many quality athletic teams over the years.  Munich School is now cooperating with Langdon Area Schools in all sports.
Phone:  701-682-5321
Fax:  701-682-5323
Mailing Address:  PO Box 39
Physical Address: 410 7th Avenue
Munich, ND 58352