Archive for January, 2011

Monday, January 31, 2011

Monday, January 31st, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Monday, January 31, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention Student Congress: There will be a meeting tonight in the cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.

 

Young Life will meet tonight at Riverside Life Center (41st St. and 24th Ave.) from 8:08 to 9:08 p.m. Everyone is always welcome!

 

COUNSELING

The Doric Lodge Masonic Scholarship is available to graduating senior students who plan on attending a school in Illinois in the fall. Three scholarships are awarded in the amount of $500.  The deadline is March 31.

 

The Moline Kiwanis Club Scholarship is now available to senior students who plan on attending an accredited college, university or technical school in the fall. Students must have attended Moline High School for at least 4 semesters. The deadline for this scholarship is April 1.

 

SPORTS

Girls soccer open gym starts today at 5:30 in the west gym.

 

MISC.

Attention all students and staff. The day you've all been waiting for has finally arrived! Long sleeve Maroon bass t-shirts and are here and are now for sale in the bookstore! Those of you who pre-ordered a shirt can pick yours up from Coach Albrecht in B322. Get these shirts fast as there are limited quantities available. And as always, THANK YOU for supporting the MHS Bass Team's quest for a state championship!

 

Come watch the Intramural champs, “The Revolution”, take on the faculty team at Wharton tonight at 7:45 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, January 28, 2011

Friday, January 28th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Friday, January 28, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

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COUNSELING

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SPORTS

Attention all girls planning on trying out for volleyball next fall: Volleyball weight lifting and conditioning sessions have begun. Sessions will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30 and will take place at the Coolidge weight room for all girls not currently in another sport.  If you have questions see Coach Albrecht in B322.

 

Girls soccer open gym starts Monday, January 31 at 5:30 in the west gym.

 

MISC.

Attention all students and staff. The day you've all been waiting for has finally arrived! Long sleeve Maroon bass t-shirts and are here and are now for sale in the bookstore! Those of you who pre-ordered a shirt can pick yours up from Coach Albrecht in B322. Get these shirts fast as there are limited quantities available. And as always, THANK YOU for supporting the MHS Bass Team's quest for a state championship!

 

 

 

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, January 27, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn all gamers! The Gamer’s Club will be meeting today in room J231. New members are always welcome. And just a reminder – the cost to enter the “Halo Reach” tournament is only 50 cents!

 

There are no more spots left on the Circa 21 field trip. You may turn in a permission slip only if you'd like to be on the waiting list.

 

COUNSELING

Any senior student that will be pursuing a degree in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering next year is eligible for the Illinois-Iowa American Chemical Society Scholarship.  Applications are available in the counseling center and the due date for this scholarship is April 1, 2011.

 

SPORTS

Attention members of the bass fishing team: The next practice is today after school and will last about an hour. Bring your rod and reel and a couple of favorite baits, preferably a floating crank-bait and a soft plastic or jig. See coach Albrecht in B322 if you have questions.

 

 

MISC.

Congratulations to Molly Doroba, Zina Ellis, Alex Haifa, Jens Hurty, Sarah Lambach, Monica Morton, Ely Powers, Nate Randol, Sarah Slothower, and Ashley VanDeCasteele for their selection to the Illinois Music Educators Association All-State Music Festival.  They have distinguished themselves as some of the finest musicians in the state of Illinois.  They also have helped to distinguish our school and community!  We wish you ALL the best of luck in Peoria as you participate in the 2011 All-State Music Festival.  Congratulations!!!

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Wednesday, January 26, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn all gamers! The Gamer’s Club will be meeting today in room J231. New members are always welcome. And just a reminder – the cost to enter the “Halo Reach” tournament is only 50 cents!

 

There will be a meeting for the Line O’ Type today at 3:05 in Mrs. Blackall’s room (B201). It is very important all editors and reporters attend. You will be planning the Feb. issue.

 

Key Club will meet this Thurs. in the cafeteria after school. There will be a guest speaker from Habitat for Humanity. Any students who would like to receive orientation in order to work with Habitat for Humanity should attend. New students are always welcome!

 

Any drama club member interested in attending the Circa 21 please bring your money and permission slip by Tuesday Feb. 1. There are only a few spots left for this field trip; don't be left out.

 

COUNSELING

Any senior student that will be pursuing a degree in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering next year is eligible for the Illinois-Iowa American Chemical Society Scholarship.  Applications are available in the counseling center and the due date for this scholarship is April 1, 2011.

 

 

MISC.

Congratulations to Molly Doroba, Zina Ellis, Alex Haifa, Jens Hurty, Sarah Lambach, Monica Morton, Ely Powers, Nate Randol, Sarah Slothower, and Ashley VanDeCasteele for their selection to the Illinois Music Educators Association All-State Music Festival.  They have distinguished themselves as some of the finest musicians in the state of Illinois.  They also have helped to distinguish our school and community!  We wish you ALL the best of luck in Peoria as you participate in the 2011 All-State Music Festival.  Congratulations!!!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Monday, January 24th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Tuesday, January 25, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention all drama club members! Your fundraiser forms and money is due TODAY! Please turn everything in to Mrs. Griesenbeck in B214.

 

Attention Spanish Club! We will meet today after school for nachos, authentic sweets and a preview of the trivia contest. Hasta la vista!

 

Students planning to participate in Wednesday’s United Day of Caring need to stop by J307 if you haven’t already done so.

 

There will be a meeting for the Line O’ Type on Wednesday at 3:05 in Mrs. Blackall’s room (B201). It is very important all editors and reporters attend. You will be planning the Feb. issue.

 

Key Club will meet this Thurs. in the cafeteria after school. We have a guest speaker from Habitat for Humanity. Any students who would like to receive orientation in order to work with Habitat for Humanity should attend. New students are always welcome!

 

Any drama club member interested in attending the Circa 21 please bring your money and permission slip by Tuesday Feb. 1. There are only a few spots left for this field trip; don't be left out.

 

 

MISC.

English night school begins today at 3:30 in room J227.

Intramural sports t-shirts have been discounted to $5. Get them at the bookstore while they last!

Monday, January 24, 2011

Monday, January 24th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Monday, January 24, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn. Authentic Voices members: The sign-up deadline for the Jan. 28th conference has been extended to 3:00 today. If you still want to attend, turn your conference form and money into Mrs. Olson in the counseling office.

 

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

 

Attention Student Congress: There will be NO meeting tonight. The next meeting is Monday, January 31 at 6:30 p.m. to prepare for the blood drive and Sadie's

 

Attention Spanish Club! We will meet tomorrow after school for nachos, authentic sweets and a preview of the trivia contest. Hasta la vista!

 

MISC.

Social Studies night school starts today at 3:30 in room B217. English night school begins tomorrow at 3:30 in room J227.

Intramural sports t-shirts have been discounted to $5. Get them at the bookstore while they last!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Friday, January 21st, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Friday, January 21, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention Spanish Club! We will meet on Tuesday, January 25 after school for nachos, authentic sweets and a preview of the trivia contest. Hasta la vista!

 

Attn. Authentic Voices members: The sign-up deadline for the Jan. 28th conference has been extended to 3:00 on Monday. If you still want to attend, turn your conference form and money into Mrs. Olson in the counseling office.

 

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships have arrived: (See Mr. Bodeen if interested)

1)      The Student View Scholarship Program - 11 scholarships to be awarded ranging from $500 - $4,000.  Visit www.student-view.com to complete the application. Due Apr. 22

2)      AHEPA Scholarship for Greek Heritage students with a GPA of 3.0 or above. Due Mar. 15

3)      The ACSE Quad Cities Section – a $1000 scholarship for students planning to major in Civil Engineering. Due Apr. 8

4)      The Moline School District Credit Union Scholarship – for a member of the credit union who is enrolling in a post-secondary education program. Due Feb. 28

5)      The Moline High School Class of 1945 – for students involved in extra-curricular activities with a GPA of at least 2.8. Due Apr. 1

6)      The Paddlewheel Chapter of American Business Women’s Association – Students with 2.5 GPA who are planning to attend a college or university in the fall.

 

 

MISC.

Night School will start on Monday, January 24th. See your counselor for details right away if you are interested.

Buy your tickets now for Moline High School Theater's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Picnic, William Inge's torrid story of lust and romance amid small town boredom and loneliness in the '50s. A handsome drifter becomes involved with his friend's fiancé when he visits town on the day of the annual picnic. This touching, coming-of-age drama has some mature themes that may not be suitable for younger children. Buy your tickets today in the Bookstore or at the door; only $6.00 for students and $8.00 for adults.

Seniors: This is the last week to check your name on the diploma list. Any corrections need to be given directly to Mrs. Hastings by Friday the 21st. Corrections made after Friday will cost $5.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, January 20, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There is a Key Club meeting today after school in the cafeteria. The topics of discussion will be upcoming activities such as United Way, Cancer Awareness, and Habitat for Humanity. 

 

SPORTS

The Bass Fishing Team will practice Friday right after school in the cafeteria. The focus of Friday’s practice will be on casting and knot tying. Team members should bring a rod and reel in order to participate in the casting portion of practice. See Coach Albrecht in B322 if you have questions.

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships have arrived: (See Mr. Bodeen if interested)

1)      The Student View Scholarship Program - 11 scholarships to be awarded ranging from $500 - $4,000.  Visit www.student-view.com to complete the application. Due Apr. 22

2)      AHEPA Scholarship for Greek Heritage students with a GPA of 3.0 or above. Due Mar. 15

3)      The ACSE Quad Cities Section – a $1000 scholarship for students planning to major in Civil Engineering. Due Apr. 8

4)      The Moline School District Credit Union Scholarship – for a member of the credit union who is enrolling in a post-secondary education program. Due Feb. 28

5)      The Moline High School Class of 1945 – for students involved in extra-curricular activities with a GPA of at least 2.8. Due Apr. 1

 

 

MISC.

Night School will start on Monday, January 24th. See your counselor for details right away if you are interested.

Buy your tickets now for Moline High School Theater's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Picnic, William Inge's torrid story of lust and romance amid small town boredom and loneliness in the '50s. A handsome drifter becomes involved with his friend's fiancé when he visits town on the day of the annual picnic. This touching, coming-of-age drama has some mature themes that may not be suitable for younger children. Buy your tickets today in the Bookstore or at the door; only $6.00 for students and $8.00 for adults.

Seniors: This is the last week to check your name on the diploma list. Any corrections need to be given directly to Mrs. Hastings by Friday the 21st. Corrections made after Friday will cost $5.

Intramural Sports t-shirts are now available at the Bookstore. The cost is $10.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Wednesday, January 19, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There will be a Key Club meeting in the cafeteria on Thursday after school. You will be discussing some upcoming activities such as United Way, Cancer Awareness, and Habitat for Humanity. 

 

SPORTS

Attention all Bass Team members: Practice will be held after school today in the cafeteria and

will last about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Today’s focus will be on casting and knot tying. Team members should bring a rod and reel in order to participate in the casting portion of practice. 

See Coach Albrecht in B322 if you have questions

 

MISC.

Night School will start on Monday, January 24th. See your counselor for details right away if you are interested.

Buy your tickets now for Moline High School Theater's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Picnic, William Inge's torrid story of lust and romance amid small town boredom and loneliness in the '50s. A handsome drifter becomes involved with his friend's fiancé when he visits town on the day of the annual picnic. This touching, coming-of-age drama has some mature themes that may not be suitable for younger children. Buy your tickets today in the Bookstore or at the door; only $6.00 for students and $8.00 for adults.

Seniors: This is the last week to check your name on the diploma list. Any corrections need to be given directly to Mrs. Hastings by Friday the 21st. Corrections made after Friday will cost $5.

Intramural Sports t-shirts are now available at the Bookstore. The cost is $10.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Tuesday, January 18, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

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

 

Latinos Unidos: We have a guest speaker today at 3:10 in room J322. Please stop by to see what you can do now to be better prepared for your future. Adiós.

 

There is a Drama Club meeting today after school in room B214. See you there!

 

SPORTS

Girls track will begin for any girls NOT in a winter sport today at 3:30 in the cafeteria.

 

Anyone interested in boys tennis should meet in D-wing for open gym today at 3:20 .

 

MISC.

Night School will start on Monday, January 24th. See your counselor for details right away if you are interested.

Buy your tickets now for Moline High School Theater's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Picnic, William Inge's torrid story of lust and romance amid small town boredom and loneliness in the '50s. A handsome drifter becomes involved with his friend's fiancee when he visits town on the day of the annual picnic. This touching, coming-of-age drama has some mature themes that may not be suitable for younger children. Buy your tickets today in the Bookstore or at the door; only $6.00 for students and $8.00 for adults.