Mark Your Calendar...
- August 24: Freshman Class meeting in the AUD period 2
- August 24: Sophomore Class meeting in the AUD period 3
- August 25: Junior Class meeting in the AUD period 2
- August 25: Senior Class meeting in the AUD period 3
- August 26 & 27: Underclass photos in AUD during PE class
- August 26: Early release at 2:00 p.m.
- September 2: Early release at 2:00 p.m.
- September 7: NO SCHOOL
- September 9: Early release at 2:00 p.m.
- September 16: Early dismissal at 11:10 a.m.
- September 21: Early release at 2:05 p.m.
- September 21: Homecoming Coronation in the AUD at 2:15 p.m.
- September 23: Early release at 2:00 p.m.
- September 25: Early dismissal at 11:10 a.m.
- September 25: Homecoming Parade at 2:00 p.m.
- September 26: Homecoming Dance at Wharton from 7 – 10 p.m.
Moline High School will be releasing students early most Wednesdays throughout the school year. Please be sure to mark your calendar for the following dates:
Early Release Days (2:00 p.m.)
- August 26
- September 2
- September 9
- September 23
- September 30
- October 14
- October 21
- October 28
- November 6
- November 18
- December 2
- December 9
- December 16
- January 6
- January 20
- January 27
- February 10
- February 17
- February 24
- March 2
- March 9
- March 16
- March 30
- April 6
- April 13
- April 20
- April 27
- May 11
- May 18
In addition, there are five early dismissal days district-wide on the following dates:
Early Dismissal Days (11:10 a.m.)
- September 16
- October 7
- November 4
- February 3
- May 4
Freshmen Welcomed to MHS
The Class of 2019 was welcomed to MHS with a rousing Freshman First Day on the morning of August 13th. Freshmen were split into small groups to work with their assigned Link Crew leaders. Among the various activities of the day, students were able to find and open their locker, follow their schedule to find their classrooms, participate in a Selfie Scavenger hunt and become comfortable as they transition to high school.
LEAD Moline Provides Opportunities
This year, the freshman class is participating in a 1:1 technology initiative called LEAD Moline (Limitless Engagement, Amazing Discoveries.) This approach utilizes personalized learning and technology to accelerate learning opportunities for students. LEAD focuses on three core areas: personalized learning, increased 21st century skills, and greater access to educational opportunities. Ninth grade students received a Chromebook that they are expected to use in class and can take home with them to assist with their studies. In a personalized learning environment, students are assessed to determine their current level and then are provided with lessons and activities that address their unique needs while giving them the skills they require. Teachers of freshmen have participated in professional development sessions and will continue to receive specific training to incorporate these core areas into their classrooms.
Photo taken by Rhiannon Hunt
The MHS graduates strive to compete for the best colleges, scholarships, jobs, and appointments in the military
Wharton Field House is a landmark for the Moline community and is home to many of the school’s successful athletic teams
Moline High School students have benefited from the distinguished business partnership with Deere & Company
Moline High School Department Chairs