Archive for April, 2010

Friday, April 30, 2010

Friday, April 30th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Friday, April 30, 2010

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

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MISC.

This is a reminder that Metro Link buses going to Centre Station will depart from behind the tennis courts on 26th Avenue.

 

Yearbooks will be distributed on Monday, May 17th to students who pre-ordered. If you did not pre-order a yearbook, you may purchase one at the Bookstore beginning next Monday. Sales will continue through May 14th and will resume the 18th. To pick up any yearbook, ALL fines and fees must be paid at both the bookstore and the library. Don't miss out on having a lifetime of memories from MHS.

 

Attention all cast/crew/orchestra members of "The Music Man". All scripts and scores are now PAST DUE. All materials should have been returned to the music office and are now subject to a late fee. Please return all materials (erased!) ASAP. Also, please check the dressing rooms for all personal items. They will be discarded if not claimed by Monday.
**In addition, set strike will be Monday after school from 3:15 p.m. until complete. Please bring $3.00 for pizza when we are finished. All cast is required to come and help with set strike. Everything must be cleared and cleaned before we leave. Many hands make light work!  

 

SENIORS:  If you are planning to attend college in the fall and have not already signed for your final transcript, see Mrs. Hastings. ALL colleges need the final transcript. Your parents will not be able to do it for you after graduation. Failure to have a final transcript sent can delay your financial aid and registration for spring classes.

 

Don’t get left out! Prom is Saturday, May 8th. A limited number of tickets are on sale at the Bookstore for $15 through May 5th. They will go up to $20 on Thursday, May 6th. You must have one school ID for each ticket purchased or turn a guest form in at the time of purchase.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

 

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, April 29, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Flag Corp try-outs will be held again today in front of the band room at 3:30. Come try out for the 2010-2011 school year!

 

All MHS staff and students who are members of National Honor Society should wear their pins on Friday and be recognized for their efforts toward scholarship, leadership, character, and service.  Congratulations to our new inductees and to our second year NHS members for an outstanding year!

 

MISC.

This is a reminder that Metro Link buses going to Centre Station will depart from behind the tennis courts on 26th Avenue.

 

Yearbooks will be distributed on Monday, May 17th to students who pre-ordered. If you did not pre-order a yearbook, you may purchase one beginning Tuesday, May 18th. Make sure all your fines and fees are paid in the bookstore and the library!

 

Attention all cast/crew/orchestra members of "The Music Man". All scripts and scores are now PAST DUE. All materials should have been returned to the music office and are now subject to a late fee. Please return all materials (erased!) ASAP. Also, please check the dressing rooms for all personal items. They will be discarded if not claimed by Monday.
**In addition, set strike will be Monday after school from 3:15 p.m. until complete. Please bring $3.00 for pizza when we are finished. All cast is required to come and help with set strike. Everything must be cleared and cleaned before we leave. Many hands make light work!  

 

SENIORS:  If you are planning to attend college in the fall and have not already signed for your final transcript, see Mrs. Hastings. ALL colleges need the final transcript. Your parents will not be able to do it for you after graduation. Failure to have a final transcript sent can delay your financial aid and registration for spring classes.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Tuesday, April 27, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Congratulations to the Academic Team for its performance on the Knowledge Master Open earlier this month. The Maroons ranked 8th in Illinois and in the top 20 percent of schools across the country who took the 200-question test on computer. Senior Jessamyn Lockard was also recognized as a member of the All-State Scholastic Bowl team at the annual banquet in Bloomington on April 17th. Team members are reminded that May 4 is the date of our annual potluck picnic.

 

Today is the Drama Club meeting. Go to room B214 right after school.

 

Attention all thespian inductees: The money for induction and information cards are due back to Mrs. Griesenbeck by the end of the day today. You will not be inducted into the thespian society unless you return your fees and form. While you're there, make sure you reserve your spot for the end of the year drama banquet on May 14th.

 

There is an Upward Bound study session after school today in room B217. Hope you can make it!

 

Flag Corp try-outs are today in front of the band room at 3:30. Come try out for the 2010-2011 school year!

 

SPORTS

Anyone interested in girl's tennis next year need to meet in Coach Jones' room J208A today after school for a meeting.

 

Anyone interested in boy’s soccer may attend soccer open gym. It starts today at 6 p.m. at the top of the bowl.

 

MISC.

An important message to Juniors: This Wednesday and Thursday is the PSAE testing. It is important you be here those days, as the tests are a state requirement for graduation. Please bring a calculator and No. 2 pencil with you for the test. **Also, there is a strict no cell phone rule during state testing. Students who bring cell phones into the classroom will be dismissed and will have to make the test up at a later date.

 

Important for the entire student body: Because of the testing on Wednesday, juniors ONLY will be in attendance. You will be dismissed at 12:35 for the day. On Thursday, juniors will be here until 11:00 a.m. Freshmen, sophomores, and seniors will attend from 12-3:00. You will report to your P.1 class for shortened classes.

 

Black Hawk College work internship students: If you attend classes outside MHS in the afternoons, and will not be here for the shortened schedule this Thursday, please let the attendance office know as soon as possible so you will be excused. It is your responsibility to notify the attendance office.

 

Area Career Center students will be expected to be in attendance at MHS on Thursday afternoon unless you are in Barbering or Cosmetology.

 

Effective Wednesday, April 28th, through the end of the school year, Metro Link buses going to Centre Station will depart from behind the tennis courts on 26th Avenue.

 

Seniors: Caps & Gowns may be picked up today in the auditorium lobby until 3:30 p.m.

 

**Teachers: In preparation for PSAE testing, please move all the desks in your classrooms before you leave the building today. All desks should be facing the same direction. Thank you.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Monday, April 26th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Monday, April 26, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Young Life will meet tonight at 8:08 p.m. at Riverside Life Center. Tonight is senior night and everyone is always welcome!

 

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

 

There is an Upward Bound study session after school tomorrow in room B217. Hope you can make it!

 

SPORTS

There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in trying out for next year's football and/or basketball cheerleading on Tuesday, April 27th at 3:30 in room J222.

 

Anyone interested in girl's tennis next year need to meet in Coach Jones' room J208A on Tuesday after school for a meeting.

 

MISC.

An important message to Juniors: This Wednesday and Thursday is the PSAE testing. It is important you be here those days, as the tests are a state requirement for graduation. Please bring a calculator and No. 2 pencil with you for the test. **Also, there is a strict no cell phone rule during state testing. Students who bring cell phones into the classroom will be dismissed and will have to make the test up at a later date.

 

Because of the testing on Wednesday, juniors ONLY will be in attendance. You will be dismissed at 12:35 for the day. On Thursday, juniors will be here until 11:00 a.m. Freshmen, sophomores, and seniors will attend from 12-3:00. You will report to your P.1 class for shortened classes.

 

Effective Wednesday, April 28th, through the end of the school year, Metro Link buses going to Centre Station will depart from behind the tennis courts on 26th Avenue.

 

Summer Driver Education registration has been postponed until Tuesday. You may register all day Tuesday, from 1-4:00 on Wednesday, 11-4:00 on Thursday, or all day Friday. Registration will take place in the bookstore (beginning Tuesday at 7:30 a.m.)

Friday, April 23, 2010

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Friday, April 23, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn future reporters: Any student wishing to be part of next year’s Line O’ Type’ staff needs to stop by the Pub and pick up an application.

 

Any senior who did not fill out a survey for the Line O’ Type on his or her future plans, should stop by the Pub today to do so. If you do not fill out a survey, your name will NOT appear in the final Line O’ Type.

 

All students applying for Encore! are reminded that applications are due to Mr. Thomas by  Friday. If you need an application, please stop by B208.

 

 

COUNSELING CENTER

There will be no classes for junior and senior students at the Area Career Center on the two PSAE testing days, April 28 & 29. However, students enrolled in Barbering or Cosmetology will be in attendance.

 

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

1)      Justin Sharp Memorial Scholarship (3.25+ gpa & participation in school activities) – due June. 1

2)      Miss Illinois Teen USA (pageant) – application online (www.missillinoisusa.com) – due July 1

3)      Golden Apple Foundation (nomination of juniors going into education) – application online (www.goldenapple.org) – due Nov. 1

 

 

SPORTS

There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in trying out for next year's football and/or basketball cheerleading on Tuesday, April 27th at 3:30 in room J222.

 

MISC.

Tonight and tomorrow are your final chances to enjoy “The Music Man”. After last night’s opening the word is out as to how much fun and how wonderful this show is. Don’t miss it! Stop by the bookstore A.S.A.P to get your tickets. Performances start at 7:30 p.m. tonight and tomorrow. If you snooze, you lose! See you there!

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, April 22, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn future reporters: Any student wishing to be part of next year’s Line O’ Type’ staff needs to stop by the Pub and pick up an application.

 

Any senior who did not fill out a survey for the Line O’ Type on his or her future plans, should stop by the Pub today to do so. If you do not fill out a survey, your name will NOT appear in the final Line O’ Type.

 

Authentic Voices is meeting during this period (P.3) in E204 for those who could not make it period 2.

 

Spanish Club: Today is our bowling and pizza event at Highland Park Bowl. Please get your permission slips in to Senora Lynch TODAY, before 3:10. Hope to see you there!

 

All students applying for Encore! are reminded that applications are due to Mr. Thomas by  Friday. If you need an application, please stop by B208.

 

 

COUNSELING CENTER

There will be no classes for junior and senior students at the Area Career Center on the two PSAE testing days, April 28 & 29. However, students enrolled in Barbering or Cosmetology will be in attendance.

 

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

1)      Justin Sharp Memorial Scholarship (3.25+ gpa & participation in school activities) – due June. 1

2)      Miss Illinois Teen USA (pageant) – application online (www.missillinoisusa.com) – due July 1

3)      Golden Apple Foundation (nomination of juniors going into education) – application online (www.goldenapple.org) – due Nov. 1

 

 

SPORTS

All girls interested in the Moline High School girls’ basketball camp should see Coach Ford for a camp form.

 

There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in trying out for next year's football and/or basketball cheerleading on Tuesday, April 27th at 3:30 in room J222.

 

MISC.

The best seats for "The Music Man", this year's musical extravaganza, are nearly gone! If you haven't decided which night to see this year's musical, you had better decide fast! Make a date, make plans with your friends, or as a last resort - tell your family about this weekend's production. The MHS spring musical is a great celebration of MHS's finest talents and this year's "Music Man" is no exception. Big production numbers such as "76 trombones" and "Ya got Trouble" are contrasted with beautiful ballads like "Goodnight My Someone". It's all there:   comedy, dance, theatre, bright sets and costumes, and most of all, fun! Stop by the MHS Bookstore right away! Adult tickets are $8.00 and student tickets are $6.00. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Plan to come a little early to deal with the crowds and those who wait to buy tickets at the door. See you there!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Wednesday, April 21, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Spanish Club: Join us Thursday for bowling and pizza at Highland Park Bowl. Get your permission slip A.S.A.P from Mrs. Lynch in J306.

 

All students applying for Encore! are reminded that applications are due to Mr. Thomas by this Friday. If you need an application, please stop by B208.

 

SPORTS

All girls interested in the Moline High School girls’ basketball camp should see Coach Ford for a camp form.

 

MISC.

The best seats for "The Music Man", this year's musical extravaganza, are nearly gone! If you haven't decided which night to see this year's musical, you had better decide fast! Make a date, make plans with your friends, or as a last resort - tell your family about this weekend's production. The MHS spring musical is a great celebration of MHS's finest talents and this year's "Music Man" is no exception. Big production numbers such as "76 trombones" and "Ya got Trouble" are contrasted with beautiful ballads like "Goodnight My Someone". It's all there:   comedy, dance, theatre, bright sets and costumes, and most of all, fun! Stop by the MHS Bookstore right away! Adult tickets are $8.00 and student tickets are $6.00. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Plan to come a little early to deal with the crowds and those who wait to buy tickets at the door. See you there!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Tuesday, April 20, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

The MHS Book Club will meet today during your lunch in the Media Center. Hope you can make it!

 

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

 

There is an Upward Bound study session today after school in room B217. Hope you can make it.

 

Spanish Club: Join us this Thursday for bowling and pizza at Highland Park Bowl. Get your permission slip A.S.A.P from Mrs. Lynch in J306.

 

SPORTS

All boys’ soccer players need to meet in the cafeteria right after school today to go over summer soccer information.

 

MISC.

From the Media Center: Congratulations to the winners of the “guess how many eyeballs” contest! Kieran Heaton came in first place followed by Laura Zischke. Come to the Media Center to pick up your prize! Thanks to all for celebrating National Library Week!

Monday, April 19, 2010

Monday, April 19th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Monday, April 19, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Young Life will meet tonight at Riverside Center (41st St. and 24th Ave.) at 8:08 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

 

The MHS Book Club will be meeting Tuesday during your lunch in the Media Center. We will be discussing On the Head of a Pin. See you then!

 

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

 

There is an Upward Bound study session tomorrow after school in room B217. Hope you can make it.

 

Attention future reporters!! Anyone interested in working on next year’s Line O’ Type needs to pick up an application in the Pub. We need editors, reporters, photographers, artists, and advertising salesmen. All applications are due by Apr. 23rd.

 

SPORTS

All boys’ soccer players need to meet in the cafeteria after school Tuesday to go over summer soccer information.

 

MISC.

Tickets for this year's musical are on sale in the bookstore. "The Music Man" is one of America's most popular musicals and you don't want to miss it! Adult tickets are $8.00 and Students are $6.00. All seats are reserved so make plans with your friends and go to the MHS bookstore to select your seats. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on April 22, 23, & 24th. Over 100 students are involved in this extravaganza. Don't miss the costumes, the scenery, the acting and the music. Help celebrate a long tradition of outstanding musical theatre at Moline High School.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, April 15, 2010

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Applications for those interested in being a part of Encore!, Moline High School's acting troupe, are available in B208. Anyone with interest in being on the team should come to B208 with any questions and to get an application form.

 

Attention future reporters!! Anyone interested in working on next year’s Line O’ Type needs to pick up an application in the Pub. We need editors, reporters, photographers, artists, and advertising salesmen. All applications are due by Apr. 23rd.

 

Crime Stoppers will meet today at 3:05 in room B152.

 

Gamer Club will meet after school in the cafeteria today.

 

Key Club will have a meeting in J 307 after school today. Hope to see all of you there.

 

All Academic Team members are reminded to attend the KMO/Pizza Party this evening in B-131 starting at 5:45 p.m. We should be finished by around 8:15.  See you there.

 

Spanish Club will meet today after school in J306. You will choose your 2010 t-shirt design and get permission forms for the bowling and pizza night. Bring $12 for t-shirt orders! See you there!

 

There will be a meeting after school Friday for all Line O’ Type editors in B201.

 

SPORTS

Open gym for any student wanting to play basketball will begin Monday. Meet in the weight room at 3:30 then in the east gym at 4:15. Open gym will be held Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Thursday’s.

 

Wrestlers interested in team camp need to attend a meeting on Friday immediately after school in the wrestling room. If you have any questions please see coach Ealy.

 

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors: If you have not filed your FAFSA yet, the due date is this Monday, April 19th. This is a firm due date if you want to qualify for MAP money (Monetary Award Program). This does apply for Black Hawk College students as well.

 

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

1)      QC Chapter of the Links (African American heritage) - due May 10

2)      Wendy’s High School Heisman (student athlete by nomination) application online (www.heisman.com) – due Oct. 3

3)      QC Illini Club (incoming freshman from QC area) 2nd scholarship for health related field – due May 30

4)      Moline Lodge 1014 (2.75+ gpa) - due May 30

5)      QC Insurance Association (business related) – due June 1

6)      Viva Quad Cities Scholarship (financial need and community service) – due Jun. 28

 

Reminder: Several local scholarships have been taken out by students and they are due today by 3:00 p.m. Please make an all-out effort to follow through on these applications and turn them in on time.

 

Looking for summer work? There is a job as a library page. See Mrs. Dexter for details.

 

MISC.

Tickets for this year's musical are on sale in the bookstore. "The Music Man" is one of America's most popular musicals and you don't want to miss it! Adult tickets are $8.00 and Students are $6.00. All seats are reserved so make your plans with your friends and go to the MHS bookstore to select your seats. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on April 22, 23, & 24th. Over 100 students are involved in this extravaganza. Don't miss the costumes, the scenery, the acting and the music. Help celebrate a long tradition of outstanding musical theatre at Moline High School.