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STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, February 5, 2020


Robotics Club will meet after school on Thursday in room D125.

Authentic Voices will meet on Thursday, February 6th during period 2 in J326. Members must bring their signed meeting notification to attend. 


IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union Cash for Class Scholarship - Applicants must be a bank member by the application deadline and be enrolling at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college, university or vocational-technical school. This has a deadline of February 28th.

HyVee Scholarship - Scholarships are open to senior students seeking a degree at any four-year college or two-year college leading to a four-year degree in the United States. Applicants must be employed by HyVee or be the child of a HyVee employee. This has a deadline of February 28th. 

QC Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers is hosting “A Walk for Education” on February 22nd.  The goal of the event is to provide information to the community on tools, resources, and processes for continuing their education. For more information and to sign up please see your Counselor.

Black Hawk College will be offering a 2020-2021 FAFSA Completion Night on Wednesday, February 26th from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the QC Campus. Visit the Counseling Center for more information.

Volunteer Opportunity: The Niabi Zoo would like to introduce you and your students to our Junior Zoo Keeper program! Every summer, the Niabi Zoo welcomes a group of motivated students to learn and gain experience as a volunteer at a zoological park. For more information, stop by the Counseling Center today.



This is a reminder to students that Night School classes have started this week.

Thinking about life after high school? Come to the career fair in the BPAC lobby during your lunch period on Friday the 7th to learn about a myriad of careers in the fields of Health and Human Services. We have representatives from the areas of chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, physical therapy, investigative reporting, cyber security, sign language interpreting, geriatrics, child care, nutrition, mental health, environmental care, library and nutrition.

Join the Moline Public Library’s Knit & Crochet Circle at 5:30 tonight. Knit or crochet blanket squares to donate to Project Linus. No experience necessary.

Congratulations to our 7 All-State musicians for putting on an amazing concert this last weekend! They were among the top musicians in the state! Congrats to Bryn Callahan, Natalie Hanson, Nicolas Yates, Amira Siddique, Elise Benson, Joe Lobb, and Aidan Perry. Great job!