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STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, November 29, 2018


Future Teachers Club at Logan Elementary school that was scheduled for today has been cancelled.

Members of Authentic Voices: Please turn in your t-shirt orders to Ms. Stone in the Counseling Center today!

There will be a Student Congress meeting on Monday at 7:30am in room D125 to sign up for Share Joys activities.


Students--Be sure to buy your Share Joys tickets today or tomorrow from the bookstore to be ready for the NHS Share Joys Elves who will be selling Oreo balls, puppy chow and raffle tickets starting on Monday, Dec. 3rd.  Some of the raffle prizes that staff and students can win are in the showcase across from the Counseling Center.  There are over 80 gift certificates that staff and students can win, too.  The complete list of prizes for the staff and student raffles will be hanging in front of the main office. You must pay elves with Share Joys tickets, because they are not allowed to accept cash.  

Congratulations to the 23 Donut Eating Teams for raising $12,500.00 to kick off the Share Joys campaign!  The Top Banana team of Kamara Dickerson, Maddie Peterson, Nicole Ellis, and Kayla Veto raised the most funds with a total of $910.00.  The second highest fundraising team who won The Big Donut Award was the team of Payton Mulliken, Clayton Miller, Mckensie Fortner and Hannah Evens with a total of $730.00.  This year's Donut Queen was Yasmin Pannell, and the Donut King was Payton Mulliken.  The best dressed team was Goldilocks and the Three Bears!  Thanks to all who participated.

Scribe America is hiring for multiple positions in the medical field. You must be 18 to apply. See Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center for more information.

Moline Foundation Scholarships are available on the Moline Foundation's website. Students can also be linked through the MHS Counseling website. All scholarships have a deadline of March 15th:

Srikanth Yerra Memorial Scholarship Fund

·         $1,000 non-renewable

·         Preparing to attend or transfer to a 4-year college or university

·         Based on financial need, potential for future personal achievement

Jack Dye Scholarship Fund

·         $1,000 Scholarship

·         Preference will be given to those students that have improved a letter grade

·         Community or volunteer service

Moline Kiwanis Charitable Foundation Fund Scholarship

·         $1,000 scholarship

·         Involved in at least one service-oriented activity or organization in his or her school,  community, or place of worship


Quad Cities Rowing invites all MHS students and parents to an Open House on Saturday, December 1st from 8:30-11 am.  You will meet current junior and master rowers and be able to talk with World, National, and Regional champions to discover what rowing has to offer.  Find out about college rowing scholarship opportunities.  The Open House will take place at Sylvan Street Boathouse in Moline (I-74 and River Drive area).  If you have questions, please call 563-639-1094.

Parking passes are $20 and may be purchased online or paid for in the bookstore.  Before you can pick up your pass you must have all fines and fees on your account paid off and we need a form with all vehicle information filled out and signed by your parent.  These forms are available online or at the bookstore.

Writers working on NaNoWriMo can come to the Moline Public Library tonight from 5:00 to 7:30 for a quiet place to work and catch up with fellow writers.