Archive for October, 2011

Friday, October 28, 2011

Friday, October 28th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Friday, October 28, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Did you see it? The Invisible Children's film "Tony"? That movie about a boy who had to hide each night to avoid getting kidnapped and forced to become a child soldier?  MHS's Invisible Children Frontline team will show another video "The Rescue" on Nov. 2 at 6:30 in the aud. Bring your family and friends to become aware of the ongoing conflict in Africa that's affecting thousands of children each year.  

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The Iowa/Illinois Regional Auto Show Scholarship is now available to senior students. To view the criteria and to download an application, visit the Counseling Website. This scholarship has a deadline of January 4, 2012.

 

Attention National Honor Society members: There is a mandatory Share Joys kick off meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd in the choir room at 7:00 p.m. 

 

There will be an Aviation Career Conference hosted by Lewis University in Romeoville on Saturday, November 5th. See Mrs. Ryser if you are interested.

 

Attention students interested in engineering career fields: Deere and Company is offering a program for you to get "hands on" experiences and meet with top John Deere Engineers. If you are interested in attending the Nov. 14th informational meeting, please pick up an invitation with details from Mr. Carlough in D wing or from Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center. 

 

SPORTS

Wrestling open gyms will take place immediately after school on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of next week. On Tuesday there will be a pre-season meeting immediately after school before the open gym. Important information on the upcoming season will be handed out. This meeting is mandatory for anyone, including managers, who want to be on the team. 

 

MISC

All seniors need to be photographed for the yearbook. Lifetouch/Prestige Portraits will be set up in the auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 3rd from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for SENIOR students only. This is an opportunity for seniors who have NOT YET been photographed (at the studio) to get their photo in the yearbook. There is NO cost to you for this photo to be in the yearbook. If you would like to order a package from Lifetouch for a fee, you may do so. But again, there is no fee to be photographed for the yearbook. Thursday is your last chance, and all seniors must be photographed.

 

Sign-ups for audition appointments for the Winter Play, Harvey, are now available in Room B214. Stop in ASAP, sign up for an appointment, and receive your audition materials.  Hurry! The best time slots go first!

 

Friday, October 28, 2011

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Friday, October 28, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Did you see it? The Invisible Children's film "Tony"? That movie about a boy who had to hide each night to avoid getting kidnapped and forced to become a child soldier?  MHS's Invisible Children Frontline team will show another video "The Rescue" on Nov. 2 at 6:30 in the aud. Bring your family and friends to become aware of the ongoing conflict in Africa that's affecting thousands of children each year.  

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The Iowa/Illinois Regional Auto Show Scholarship is now available to senior students. To view the criteria and to download an application, visit the Counseling Website. This scholarship has a deadline of January 4, 2012.

 

Attention National Honor Society members: There is a mandatory Share Joys kick off meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd in the choir room at 7:00 p.m. 

 

There will be an Aviation Career Conference hosted by Lewis University in Romeoville on Saturday, November 5th. See Mrs. Ryser if you are interested.

 

Attention students interested in engineering career fields: Deere and Company is offering a program for you to get "hands on" experiences and meet with top John Deere Engineers. If you are interested in attending the Nov. 14th informational meeting, please pick up an invitation with details from Mr. Carlough in D wing or from Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center. 

 

MISC

All seniors need to be photographed for the yearbook. Lifetouch/Prestige Portraits will be set up in the auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 3rd from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for SENIOR students only. This is an opportunity for seniors who have NOT YET been photographed (at the studio) to get their photo in the yearbook. There is NO cost to you for this photo to be in the yearbook. If you would like to order a package from Lifetouch for a fee, you may do so. But again, there is no fee to be photographed for the yearbook. Thursday is your last chance, and all seniors must be photographed.

 

 

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Thursday, October 27, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Invisible Children will meet after school today in J209.

 

Latinos Unidos: Those setting up the dia de los muertos display, please meet in Mr. Castro's room today after school.

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships are now available to senior students. Access information and the applications from the Counseling Website. They are as follows:

1.  The CO-OP Scholarship with a due date of February 15, 2012

2.  The Naomi Hildebrand Scholarship Award- with a due date of March 1, 2012

3.  The KFC Colonel's Scholar Program

 

There is a Donut Eating Contest meeting after school today at 3:00 in the Counseling Center for students interested in participating.

Attention National Honor Society members: There is a mandatory Share Joys kick off meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd in the choir room at 7:00 p.m. 

There will be an Aviation Career Conference hosted by Lewis University in Romeoville on Saturday, November 5th. See Mrs. Ryser if you are interested.

 

Attention students interested in engineering career fields: Deere and Company is offering a program for you to get "hands on" experiences and meet with top John Deere Engineers. If you are interested in attending the Nov. 14th informational meeting, please pick up an invitation with details from Mr. Carlough in D wing or from Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center. 

 

MISC

Are you looking to get spooked this weekend? Today at lunch Key Club members will be selling $10 Fright Fest cards. These cards are good for half off admissions for six different houses in our area. Don’t be left out, get your ticket today!

 

IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED!  Andrew Allen, a former Moline student, was in a car accident and is now paralyzed. His family is having a Haunted Hayrack ride to help raise funds for his medical treatment. They are looking for high school students who would like to be "zombiefied" and scare people as they go on the ride. You will receive a professional zombie makeup treatment and costume, and at the conclusion of the evening you'll receive pop and snacks. Interested? See Mrs. Griesenbeck TODAY to pick up an information form. The ride is this FRIDAY AND SATURDAY so you don't have time to wait to act on this. See Mrs. Griesenbeck in room B214 TODAY!

All seniors need to be photographed for the yearbook. Lifetouch/Prestige Portraits will be set up in the auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 3rd from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for SENIOR students only. This is an opportunity for seniors who have NOT YET been photographed (at the studio) to get their photo in the yearbook. There is NO cost to you for this photo to be in the yearbook. If you would like to order a package from Lifetouch for a fee, you may do so. But again, there is no fee to be photographed for the yearbook. Thursday is your last chance, and all seniors must be photographed.

 

Congratulations goes out to the junior ladies who defeated the seniors in last nights Powder Puff game. The game went into overtime and the class of 2013 proved they are one tough class! Any girl who has purchased a Powder Puff t-shirt or would like to, can see Mrs. Suss in J111 after school. Thank you to everyone who helped make this another successful Student Hunger Drive event!

 

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Wednesday, October 26, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attn all Line O’ Type editors: There will be a workday today after school from 11:10 until about 1:00. This will be in place of the work night that was scheduled for tonight.

 

Invisible Children will meet after school Thursday in J209.

 

COUNSELING CENTER

The following scholarships are now available to senior students. Access information and the applications from the Counseling Website. They are as follows:

1.  The CO-OP Scholarship with a due date of February 15, 2012

2.  The Naomi Hildebrand Scholarship Award- with a due date of March 1, 2012

3.  The KFC Colonel's Scholar Program

 

There will be a very brief meeting on Thursday, October 27th at 3:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center for any students who are interested in raising money for Share Joys as part of a donut eating team. The Donut Eating Contest is November 23rd this year.

Attention National Honor Society members:  There is a mandatory Share Joys kick off meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd in the choir room at 7:00 p.m. 

Are you looking to get spooked this weekend? Thursday at lunch Key Club members will be selling $10 Fright Fest cards. These cards are good for half off admissions for six different houses in our area. Don’t be left out, get your ticket on Thursday!

 

SPORTS

Any girls interested in basketball open gym should come to Wharton today from 3:30-5:00. Also, the girls basketball meeting was rescheduled for tomorrow at 3:15 in the East Gym.

 

MISC

Tonight is the Powder Puff game and Tug-of-War. Players are to be at Browning Field at 5 p.m. and the game will begin at 6 p.m. Come watch these girls duke it out. There is no entry fee if you bring a canned good donation in support of the Hunger drive.

 

Hey everyone! Do you need something to do this Wednesday? Come over to Browning Field and watch the junior girls try to defeat the senior girls in the ever popular Powder Puff game. During halftime the ladies from the class of 2014 will take on 2015 in Tug-of-War. There is no entrance fee but please bring a canned food to donate as you enter. This fun is put on by Key Club and all money and cans go to the Student Hunger Drive. Stop out and cheer on the girls on your class!

 

Attention One and All!  If you are interested in seeing a "terrific" show, come see Moline High School's Fall Play, Charlotte's Web, this weekend on October 27, 28, and 29. All shows are at 7:30PM with an extra matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2:00.  Tickets are available at the bookstore for $8 adults and $6 for students.  

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Tuesday, October 25, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Key Club will meet in the cafeteria after school today.

 

Drama Club will meet today. Instead of E204, you will meet in B214 this week.

 

Upward Bound will have a study session today after school.

 

Art club - check in with Mrs. Dennys or Mrs. Kaul tonight at the Empty Bowl event to get your work assignment

 

COUNSELING CENTER

There will be a very brief meeting on Thursday, October 27th at 3:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center for any students who are interested in raising money for Share Joys as part of a donut eating team. The Donut Eating Contest is November 23rd this year.

Attention National Honor Society members:  There is a mandatory Share Joys kick off meeting next Wednesday, November 2nd in the Aud. Lobby at 7:00 p.m. 

Are you looking to get spooked this weekend? Thursday at lunch Key Club members will be selling $10 Fright Fest cards. These cards are good for half off admissions for six different houses in our area. Don’t be left out, get your ticket on Thursday!

 

SPORTS
There is a meeting today for all girls interested in trying out for basketball. Meet in B152 today at 3:15.

 

MISC

Tonight is the Empty Bowls event from 5-8 here at MHS...The cost is 5.00 for students, 10.00 for adults, and 15.00 for families. Come pick out a bowl, sample soup from 16 restaurants, and help feed the hungry. All proceeds benefit the Student Hunger Drive. Hope to see you there! 

 

Hey everyone! Do you need something to do this Wednesday? Come over to Browning Field and watch the junior girls try to defeat the senior girls in the ever popular Powder Puff game. During halftime the ladies from the class of 2014 will take on 2015 in Tug-of-War. There is no entrance fee but please bring a canned food to donate as you enter. This fun is put on by Key Club and all money and cans go to the Student Hunger Drive. Stop out and cheer on the girls on your class!

 

Attention One and All!  If you are interested in seeing a "terrific" show, come see Moline High School's Fall Play, Charlotte's Web, next weekend on October 27, 28, and 29. All shows are at 7:30PM with an extra matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2:00.  Tickets are available at the bookstore for $8 adults and $6 for students.  

 

This Friday student congress will be sponsoring a blood drive. Students 16 and older are eligible to give.  Sign-up during lunch today!  Your donation can help save up to three lives. Please give.

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, October 24, 2011

Monday, October 24th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Monday, October 24, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There is a Latinos Unidos meeting today in J322. You will be planning an activity for Dia de Los Muertos. Adios!

 

Student congress will meet tonight in the cafeteria at 6:30pm.

 

Key Club will meet in the cafeteria after school tomorrow.

 

Drama Club will meet tomorrow. Instead of E204, you will meet in B214 this week.

 

Upward Bound will have a study session tomorrow after school.

 

SPORTS
There is a meeting Tuesday for all girls interested in trying out for basketball. Meet in B152 tomorrow at 3:15

 

MISC

Attention One and All!  If you are interested in seeing a "terrific" show, come see Moline High School's Fall Play, Charlotte's Web, next weekend on October 27, 28, and 29. All shows are at 7:30PM with an extra matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2:00.  Tickets are available at the bookstore for $8 adults and $6 for students.  

 

Attention all female students:  The Powder Puff game is Wednesday, October 26th!  Sign up at the bookstore! If you ordered a Powder Puff t-shirt you must pay for the shirt at the bookstore immediately.  All money must be paid by Tuesday.  No more orders will be taken. Freshman/Sophomore girls are invited to participate in the Tug-O-War competition at the Powder Puff Game, but there won't be Frosh/Sophomore t-shirts this year. Wear your class colors and let’s see if who is stronger, the class of 2014 or 2015!

 

The senior patio is shut down for the season due to Juvenile delinquency. There have been a number of issues out there, so it will remain closed until further notice.

 

Thursday's winner for Teen Read Week contest was Sydney Pauwels. You may pick up your prize in the media center.

 

This Friday student congress will be sponsoring a blood drive.  Students 16 and older are eligible to give.  Sign-up during lunch today or tomorrow.  Your donation can help save up to three lives.  Please give.

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Thursday, October 20, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Drama Club T-shirt order forms and money are due TODAY! Turn yours in to Mrs. Griesenbeck in room B214 by the end of the day.

Crime Stoppers will meet after school today in room B152. Please join us.

 

Attn Link Leaders: If you are interested in helping during Parent/Teacher conferences tonight or Friday morning, please stop by B115 or J222 to sign up!

 

SPORTS
Girls track members need to turn in their money for Booster Bash tickets today!

 

Boys interested in being on the swim team need to stop by and see Mr. Ehlers in the Business department to pick up some information on two upcoming meets.

 

MISC

Attention One and All!  If you are interested in seeing a "terrific" show, come see Moline High School's Fall Play, Charlotte's Web, next weekend on October 27, 28, and 29. All shows are at 7:30PM with an extra matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2:00.  Tickets are available at the bookstore for $8 adults and $6 for students.  

 

Attention all female students:  The Powder Puff game is Wednesday, October 26th!  Sign up at the bookstore! If you ordered a Powder Puff t-shirt you must pay for the shirt at the bookstore immediately.  All money must be paid by Tuesday.  No more orders will be taken. Freshman/Sophomore girls are invited to participate in the Tug-O-War competition at the Powder Puff Game, but there won't be Frosh/Sophomore t-shirts this year. Wear your class colors and let’s see if who is stronger, the class of 2014 or 2015!

 

Teen Read Week is still being celebrated in the Library. Today is your last day to participate in the activities, so stop in and check it out. Wednesday’s contest winner is Anna Henderson.

 

The Advanced Foods class will be selling treats during Parent/Teacher conferences today by the “M”. Triple layer mint brownies will be sold for $2 and biscotti for $1. Come and enjoy!

 

The senior patio is shut down for the season due to Juvenile delinquency. There have been a number of issues out there, so it will remain closed until further notice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN  Wednesday, October 19, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Crime Stoppers will meet after school on Thursday in room B152. Please join us.

 

SPORTS
Girls track members need to turn in their money for Booster Bash tickets today!

 

MISC

Give one, get one all week at the Teen Book Swap! Come to the MHS Library with a gently used book and trade it for another that you would like to read. Celebrate Teen read Week with a book in your hand and a guess in the candy jar. The closest guess wins. Just…picture it! Monday’s contest winner was Jacob Viaene. Tuesday’s winner is Kyle Geerts. Stop by the library to claim your prizes.

 

This years Souper Heroes will be selling treats through Thursday to help benefit Empty Bowl and Student Hunger Drive. You must purchase tickets at the bookstore in order to buy any treats. Stop by the bookstore before school, after school, or during lunch to enjoy these delicious treats!

 

Attention all Students: P.E. No Dress day is here! This Thursday if you buy a pass and give it to your P.E. teacher, you are excused from dressing! Please stop by the bookstore to purchase a P.E. No Dress pass for only $1. All money collected will support the Student Hunger Drive.

 

Attention One and All!  If you are interested in seeing a "terrific" show, come see Moline High School's Fall Play, Charlotte's Web, next weekend on October 27, 28, and 29. All shows are at 7:30PM with an extra matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2:00.  Tickets are available at the bookstore for $8 adults and $6 for students.  

 

The Advanced Foods class will be selling treats during Parent/Teacher conferences on Thursday by the “M”. Triple layer mint brownies will be sold for $2 and biscotti for $1. Come and enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, October 17, 2011

Monday, October 17th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Monday, October 17, 2011

 

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Debate team will have practice after school in J220 today.

 

Young Life will meet tonight at 8:08 p.m. at Riverside Life Center (41st St. and 24th Ave.). All high school students are welcome!

 

The MHS Book Club will be having its meeting tomorrow during your lunch in E204. See you there!

 

Drama Club will meet after school tomorrow in E204. Be sure to pick up your order form for a Drama Club t-shirt today in room B214 though. Return your completed form and $12 payment by Thursday October 20.

 

Attention Key Club members: There will be a meeting after school tomorrow in the cafeteria to discuss next weeks events. Please be there to find out your duties for Empty Bowl. 

 

Upward Bound will meet tomorrow after school in J222. See you then!

 

SPORTS

Any girl interested in the 1st ever Moline girls’ bowling team should see Coach Woods in the counseling center.

 

MISC

There are still a number of freshmen (permanent) student ID’s to be picked up. If you have not replaced your temporary with the permanent version, please stop by the bookstore to pick yours up.

 

Give one, get one all week at the Teen Book Swap! Come to the MHS Library with a gently used book and trade it for another that you would like to read. Celebrate Teen read Week with a book in your hand and a guess in the candy jar. The closest guess wins. Just…picture it!

 

Hey ladies! This years Powder Puff is Wednesday, October 26th. Juniors will compete against the Seniors in football while the Freshmen will try to conquer the Sophomores in Tug-o-War!  Stop by the bookstore for the required paperwork and t-shirt information.

 

This years Souper Heroes will be selling treats Tuesday-Thursday to help benefit Empty Bowl and Student Hunger Drive. You must purchase tickets at the bookstore in order to buy any treats. Stop by the bookstore before school, after school, or during lunch to enjoy these delicious treats!

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

STUDENT BULLETIN   Wednesday, October 12, 2011

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

The Authentic Voices group meets today in E204. Sophomores and seniors should be there this period (P.2). Freshmen and juniors will meet period 3. Stephanie Burrough, a Moline grad, is presenting an interactive discussion on “body image”.

 

All debate team members must see Miss Guerdet today in room J220 to get information for the upcoming competition.

 

Attn all Line O’ Type reporters & editors: There will be a meeting today after school at 2:25 to hand out article and picture assignments.

 

The first “M” staff meeting is today at 3:05 in room B206.  This meeting will not last long, so please be prompt. See you there.

 

Invisible Children group will meet Thursday in J209.

 

MISC

MHS Intramurals will hold their annual Home Run Derby tonight at 6:00 p.m. There is no cost and cash prizes will be awarded to boys and girls champions. Sign up in J212.

 

The Taste of the Moline/Coal Valley Schools is this Friday at Wharton. Tickets are on sale in the main office. It’s only $5 for tickets worth 10 punches and $3 for tickets worth 5 punches. Get your tickets soon!

 

The Physical Education department is looking for certified lifeguards for the swimming units. If you are certified, please see any physical education teacher.

 

Don't forget to purchase your all color 100th anniversary yearbook before the price goes up.  Friday is the last day to get this special edition of the "M" for $50.