Archive for January, 2010

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, January 28, 2010

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There is a French Club meeting today after school in J329. Don’t forget! Merci!

Crime Stoppers will meet today right after school in room B152.

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships have arrived this past week: (See Mrs. Dykema if interested)

1)      SAMMY 2010 Award Program (student athlete) – application online (www.bodymilk.com) – due Mar. 25

2)      Illinois Lumber and Material Dealers Association (industry related course work) – due Apr. 1

3)      Texas Southern University (honors) – application online (www.em.tsu.edu) – no due date given

4)      Illinois AMVETS Servie Foundation (various) app. Online (www.ilamvets.org) – due Mar. 1

5)      Student View Scholarship Program (civil engineering curriculum) app. Online (www.student-view.com) – due Apr. 22

6)      American Society of Civil Engineers – app online (http://asce.org/quadcity/scholarships.htm) – due May 15

7)      Cappex College Search and Scholarships – apps online (www.cappex.com ) no due date given

8)      Kohls for Kids Who Care (nomination/app online) – (www.kohlskids.com) – due Mar. 15

9)      Zonta Club of the Quad Cities (young women in volunteer or leadership positions) – app online (www.zontaquadcities.org) – due Mar. 19

MISC.

There are still plenty of spots available on the February 18th field-trip to Circa 21 to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The cost is only $40.00 per student. You'll spend the morning in cool theatre workshops like "Stage Combat," or "Quad-City Idol." Then you'll enjoy a terrific lunch at the Circa 21 theater. After lunch you'll be entertained by the musical Joseph, one of Andrew Lloyd Weber's most beloved musicals.  Are you interested? Then come see Mrs. Griesenbeck in room B214 as soon as possible. There are only a few days left to take advantage of this terrific field trip. Don't delay - See Mrs. G today!

Sadie Hawkins dance tickets are now on sale at the bookstore for $10 each. The price will increase to $15 two days before the dance, so make sure you buy tour tickets early. The dance is Saturday, February 27th from 7-10:00 p.m. Formal attire is required. 

Please remember to either purchase your sticker or make a donation to “Hats for Haiti” which will be tomorrow. You may buy your sticker at lunch today or before school tomorrow. Together we can help the people and children of Haiti.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, January 28, 2010

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There is a French Club meeting today after school in J329. Don’t forget! Merci!

 

Crime Stoppers will meet today right after school in room B152.

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships have arrived this past week: (See Mrs. Dykema if interested)

1)      SAMMY 2010 Award Program (student athlete) – application online (www.bodymilk.com) – due Mar. 25

2)      Illinois Lumber and Material Dealers Association (industry related course work) – due Apr. 1

3)      Texas Southern University (honors) – application online (www.em.tsu.edu) – no due date given

4)      Illinois AMVETS Servie Foundation (various) app. Online (www.ilamvets.org) – due Mar. 1

5)      Student View Scholarship Program (civil engineering curriculum) app. Online (www.student-view.com) – due Apr. 22

6)      American Society of Civil Engineers – app online (http://asce.org/quadcity/scholarships.htm) – due May 15

7)      Cappex College Search and Scholarships – apps online (www.cappex.com ) no due date given

8)      Kohls for Kids Who Care (nomination/app online) – (www.kohlskids.com) – due Mar. 15

9)      Zonta Club of the Quad Cities (young women in volunteer or leadership positions) – app online (www.zontaquadcities.org) – due Mar. 19

 

 

 

MISC.

There are still plenty of spots available on the February 18th field-trip to Circa 21 to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The cost is only $40.00 per student. You'll spend the morning in cool theatre workshops like "Stage Combat," or "Quad-City Idol." Then you'll enjoy a terrific lunch at the Circa 21 theater. After lunch you'll be entertained by the musical Joseph, one of Andrew Lloyd Weber's most beloved musicals.  Are you interested? Then come see Mrs. Griesenbeck in room B214 as soon as possible. There are only a few days left to take advantage of this terrific field trip. Don't delay - See Mrs. G today!

 

Sadie Hawkins dance tickets are now on sale at the bookstore for $10 each. The price will increase to $15 two days before the dance, so make sure you buy tour tickets early. The dance is Saturday, February 27th from 7-10:00 p.m. Formal attire is required.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Wednesday, January 27, 2010

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention all Kaleidoscript members: Join us today after school in B209 to score submissions to this year's magazine. Can't make the meeting? Stop by Mrs. Derouin's room any day after school. Every little bit helps!

 

Crime Stoppers will meet Thursday after school in room B152.

 

COUNSELING CENTER

Are you interested in agriculture, life sciences or horticulture? If so, you may be interested in attending a College Fair in Moline on Feb. 11th. See Mrs. Dexter in the counseling office for details.

 

ATHLETIC OFFICE

Show your school spirit with a Wharton “White Out” t-shirt. T-shirts are available before and after school in the Athletic office for only $5.00. Support the boys’ basketball team and wear white on Feb. 5th to the home game against Quincy.

 

 

MISC.

There are still plenty of spots available on the February 18th field-trip to Circa 21 to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The cost is only $40.00 per student. You'll spend the morning in cool theatre workshops like "Stage Combat," or "Quad-City Idol." Then you'll enjoy a terrific lunch at the Circa 21 theater. After lunch you'll be entertained by the musical Joseph, one of Andrew Lloyd Weber's most beloved musicals.  Are you interested? Then come see Mrs. Griesenbeck in room B214 as soon as possible. There are only a few days left to take advantage of this terrific field trip. Don't delay - See Mrs. G today!

 

“Hat’s for Haiti”: We can make a difference in the lives of the people of Haiti. Today and Thurs. at lunch you will be able to buy a sticker for $3 that allows you to wear a hat this Friday. All funds raised will help the people of Haiti. On “Hat’s for Haiti Day” you must wear your sticker if you plan to wear a hat. Donations of any amount will also be accepted for those who choose not to wear a hat.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN Tuesday, January 26, 2010

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There is an Upward Bound study session today after school in B217.

Today is the Drama Club meeting. Go to room B214 right after school. See you there!

Encore! will meet today immediately after drama club in B208!

Attn Spanish Club Members: Join us this Thursday for dinner out at Habanero’s in South Park Mall. Get your permission slip from your Spanish teacher and turn it in to Senora Lynch by Wednesday if you want to come.

“Hat’s for Haiti”: We can make a difference in the lives of the people of Haiti. On Wed. and Thurs. before school and at lunch you will be able to buy a sticker for $3 that allows you to wear a hat this Friday. All funds raised will help the people of Haiti. On “Hat’s for Haiti Day” you must wear your sticker if you plan to wear a hat. Donations of any amount will also be accepted for those who choose not to wear a hat.

COUNSELING CENTER

Are you interested in agriculture, life sciences or horticulture? If so, you may be interested in attending a College Fair in Moline on Feb. 11th. See Mrs. Dexter in the counseling office for details. 

ATHLETIC OFFICE

Show your school spirit with a Wharton “White Out” t-shirt. T-shirts are available before and after school in the Athletic office for only $5.00. Support the boys’ basketball team and wear white on Feb. 5th to the home game against Quincy.

MISC.

English night school will not begin tonight, but will begin Thursday instead in Mrs. Hays’ room (room B217). 

If you’d like to sign up for the Consumer Ed proficiency test, you may do so in the main office. The test will be administered Tuesday, Feb. 2nd periods 1 and 2.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN – Monday, January 25, 2010

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There is a Key Club meeting after school today in J307. If you signed up for United Way Day of Caring please make sure you attend the meeting.

There is an Upward Bound study session tomorrow after school in B217.

Tomorrow is the Drama Club meeting. Go to room B214 right after school on Tuesday. See you there!

Attn Spanish Club Members: Join us this Thursday for dinner out at Habanero’s in South Park Mall. Get your permission slip from your Spanish teacher and turn it in to Senora Lynch by Wednesday if you want to come.

MISC.

This is a reminder to students signed up for night school: It starts tonight. History classes will meet Monday’s and Wednesday’s and English will meet Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.

If you’d like to sign up for the Consumer Ed proficiency test, you may do so in the main office.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN – Friday, January 22, 2010

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There will be a Key Club meeting on Monday after school in J307. If you signed up for United Way Day of Caring please make sure you attend the meeting.

MISC.

Don’t forget to buy your play tickets to Comedy of Errors. There are great seats still available. You don’t want to miss this one!

The end of January will be here before you know it and when that happens, yearbook prices will go up to $60. Stop by the bookstore before Feb. 1st to reserve yours for $50 before the price goes up.

This is a reminder to students signed up for night school: It starts next Monday. History classes will meet Monday’s and Wednesday’s and English will meet Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.

Today is the last day to claim lost and found before we donate the unclaimed items. If you’ve lost a coat, back pack, P.E. uniform, or anything else - please stop into the main office to try to find it

Friday, January 22, 2010

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN – Friday, January 22, 2010

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There will be a Key Club meeting on Monday after school in J307. If you signed up for United Way Day of Caring please make sure you attend the meeting.

 

MISC.

Don’t forget to buy your play tickets to Comedy of Errors. There are great seats still available. You don’t want to miss this one!

 

The end of January will be here before you know it and when that happens, yearbook prices will go up to $60. Stop by the bookstore before Feb. 1st to reserve yours for $50 before the price goes up.

 

This is a reminder to students signed up for night school: It starts next Monday. History classes will meet Monday’s and Wednesday’s and English will meet Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.

 

Today is the last day to claim lost and found before we donate the unclaimed items. If you’ve lost a coat, back pack, P.E. uniform, or anything else - please stop into the main office to try to find it

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN – Thursday, January 21, 2010

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn all Halo 2 fans! There will be a Halo 2 tournament today after school in the cafeteria from 3-4:30. Come compete for the grand prize of a Best Buy gift card. The entry fee is only $3. Bring your friends!

 

It’s time for the annual Kaleidoscript writing contest! Entry forms are available in B209 and any English classroom. Submissions should be turned in to B209. Get your poems, short stories, and essays in before February 5th!

 

MISC.

Don’t forget to buy your play tickets to Comedy of Errors. There are great seats still available. You don’t want to miss this one!

 

The end of January will be here before you know it and when that happens, yearbook prices will go up to $60. Stop by the bookstore before Feb. 1st to reserve yours for $50 before the price goes up.

 

This is a reminder to students signed up for night school: It starts next Monday. History classes will meet Monday’s and Wednesday’s and English will meet Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN – Tuesday, January 19, 2010

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

On Saturday the Varsity Academic Team competed at the annual Winnebago tournament.  The team won 7 of its 8 matches, losing only to eventual champion Rockford Auburn, to capture the consolation championship.  Congratulations to the team! 

To all Authentic Voices members: The deadline to sign up for the conference has been extended to Jan. 21st. Please see Mrs. Olson to register.

 Latinos Unidos: There is a brief meeting today after school until 3:30. Adios!

 The MHS Book Club will be meeting today during your lunch. Hope to see you there!

 There is an Upward bound study session tomorrow after school in B217.

 Tomorrow is the Drama Club meeting. Go to B214 right after school on Tuesday. See you there.

 KEE-YUP!!!  Attention Women in the Authentic Voices group--Energize and empower yourselves by joining Master Dwayne Spellious in the gymnastics room, west gym area, this Thursday. This “self-defense for women” session will be offered both periods 2 and 3!  Wear comfortable clothes and learn how to bust a martial arts move!

 

MISC.

The Consumer Ed proficiency test will be offered Feb. 2nd. If you’d like to sign up to try to opt out of the class, stop in the main office.

 The lost and found in the main office is overflowing. I you have lost something, please check the main office. We will donate all the clothing items at the end of the week if they remain unclaimed.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Friday, January 15th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN – Friday, January 15, 2010

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

If you are a member of Authentic Voices, don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend the annual Conferences on Jan. 29th. Sign up with Mrs. Olson in the counseling office today!

 

The MHS Book Club will be meeting Tuesday, January 19th in the media center during lunch. Hope to see you there!

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships have arrived: (see Mrs. Dykema if interested)

1)      Children of Veterans (University of Illinois) application online (www.osfa.illinois.edu) – due Mar. 1

2)      Donald Kiser Memorial Scholarship (major in chemistry, biochemistry, or chemical engineering) – due Apr. 1

3)      National Defense Transportation Association (careers in business, transportation logistics or physical distribution ) due Mar. 1

4)      Sons of Confederate Veterans (descendant/essay) – due Mar. 15

5)      South Rock Island Township Officials (gpa 3.0+/essay) – due Mar. 1

6)      Mississippi Valley of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (mechanical engineering or HVAC) – due Mar. 26

7)      Shimer College Montaigne Scholarship – due Jan. 15

8)      Illinois Amvets Service Foundation (various) – due Mar. 1

9)      Best Buy Scholarship Program – app online (www.bestbuy.com/scholarships) – due Feb. 15

10)   Bradley University (engineering) – no due date given

11)   University of Connecticut (academic) – no due date given

12)   Center for Belgian Culture (Belgium descent) – due Apr. 17

13)   Doric Lodge (attending and Illinois College) – due Apr. 15

14)   Rock Island County Farm Bureau – app online (www.ricofarm bureau.org) due Mar. 31

 

If you were unable to attend last week’s Financial Aid Night, please stop in the counseling center to pick up a financial aid packet.

 

MISC.

Tickets on sale for the Winter Play, William Shakespeare's The COMEDY OF ERRORS!  The show is next week on Thurs, Fri, and Sat. Tickets are available in the bookstore for $8 for adults and $6 for students! Come and enjoy seeing Moline student's performing this Shakespearean comedy!!

 

All interested in helping paint for the set of comedy of errors should come to the auditorium on Saturday at 9:15AM. We'll paint until we finish! Thanks!

 

Don’t miss your last chance to get your yearbook for $50. January is the last month to buy a yearbook for $50. They will go up to $60 on the 1st of February. Bring cash or a check made out to MHS to the bookstore.