STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, October 21, 2016
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Student-led Bible Study will meet today after school in J227 starting at 3:10. All are welcome!
Sports Unlimited will have a Halloween-themed activity next Monday, October 24th, in the cafeteria from 3:00 to 4:00. All are welcome.
Reminder: Kaleidoscript is selling lollipops at all lunches today. KStaff should stop by and help sell. Also, deadline for Whitewater registration is Monday. Get your forms to Mrs. M in the morning or sometime before 3:00 pm. Turn in lollipop money soon.
Attention all Natural Helpers: Please check our Google Classroom page for an upcoming announcement about our one-day training session coming up Saturday, November 5th, from 10AM – 2PM.
MHS Students, Families and Staff: You are invited to attend “Know Resolve” Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention. These presentations and forums will be open to the public on October 25th or 26th at 6:30 p.m. at Rock Island High School Auditorium. Each presentation and forum will last for approximately 90 minutes. The speaker from Detroit will share his personal story, his music, and the fundamentals for suicide prevention. For more information, please come to the counseling center.
There will be a Teen Summit 2016 “We Are What Matters” for students in grades 9–12 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. October 29th. It will take place at the Adler Education Center at Genesis Heart Institute 1236 E. Rusholme St. Davenport, Iowa. This is a free event and breakfast will be provided. Please come to the Counseling Center for registration information.
Seniors–Black Hawk Field Trip forms are due to the Counseling Center by today to be eligible for this opportunity.
Volunteers for Empty Bowls should have received a note with your assignment for next Tuesday, October 25th. Please stop by the Counseling Center to confirm your assignment.
The following scholarships are now available:
Louis F. Bulechek Memorial Scholarship – Applicants must plan to enroll as full-time college students pursuing a Bachelor’s degree. Financial need is the main criteria.
Morency Family Scholarship – Applicants must be graduating from high school or receiving their GED certification and must be enrolled in, or have been accepted into an educational institution/program, and be working towards a degree, diploma, certificate of completion, etc. Preference will be given to those who have been in the foster care system. Preference will also be given to those planning to enroll in a manufacturing related program.
Attention all students interested in wrestling this year: there will be a mandatory informational meeting Tuesday, October 25th at 3:10 in room E114. If you are unable to make it to this meeting see coach Cross.
Attention seniors: Graduation orders are TODAY until 12:30pm outside of the Counseling Center. Order your Cap & Gown, Graduation Announcements, Senior Apparel, Jewelry, & Accessories. Many items are pre-delivered on Order Day!
Attention All Seniors: If you haven’t had your senior portrait taken yet, you need have it done by November 1st so that you can be in this year’s yearbook. The session for your school picture is free, but you can buy pictures if you want. If you need to schedule an appointment, please contact Photographic Arts at 762-6662. Make sure you are a part of the 2017 “M.”
Orange Leaf in Moline will be donating 10 percent of their receipts to the Student Hunger Drive. There are jars at Orange Leaf labeled with the various schools. Put your receipt in the Moline High School jar!
Student Hunger Drive is sponsoring a dodgeball tournament. It will consist of six player teams. Get your sign-up sheets from Mr. Lindstrom after school.
Reminder to powder puff players: You may pay for your T shirts at the bookstore.
All junior powder puff players there will be a brief, but important meeting today after school in B318 at 3:05. Please be prompt.
Hey students- Support two great causes: Plan to attend the “Swishing Together” event – MHS and Special Olympics basketball players together for an exhibition game! This event will take place on Wednesday, October 26th at Wharton Fieldhouse. Doors open at 5:00 and the game begins at 5:30. Admission is 1.00 or a canned good for the Student Hunger Drive.
Join us for this fun, family friendly event to raise money for MHS Special Olympics. We will have raffle baskets, face painting, concessions, and fun! Halftime competitions for great prizes! Cash donations accepted at the door.
A Coal Valley student needs a ride. Any student interested in helping out should see Mrs. Hoover TODAY! This would just be for a short time.