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STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, February 7, 2020

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices will be selling wooden roses for Valentine's Day on Monday, February 10th, Tuesday, February 11th and Wednesday, February 12th outside the cafeteria during 1st period lunches. $1 for 1 rose, $5 for 6 roses and $10 for a dozen roses.  Wooden roses will be delivered on Thursday, February 13th for Valentine's Day.

Do you want to learn American Sign Language? Come and sign up for ASL Club on Monday, February 10th during lunch in the cafeteria. 

COUNSELING CENTER

Rock Island County Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarships - Applicants do not need to major in agriculture to be eligible for a scholarship. Applicants do need to be a member or a dependent of a member of the Rock Island County Farm Bureau to apply. This has a deadline of March 27th.

Society of Italian-Americans Scholarship - $1,000 scholarship open to seniors with at least one Italian ancestor. This has a deadline of April 1st.

We the Students Essay Contest - Applicants must write what civil discourse means to them. The students who provide the most thoughtful, meaningful responses to this question will receive scholarship awards of up to $7,500. A total of fourteen students will receive scholarship prizes totaling $20,000. This has a deadline of April 15th.

PB&J Scholarship – This scholarship is open to students who have experienced challenges in their life that may not have allowed them to perform well academically but still have the drive to succeed. Applicants must attend a 2- or 4-year college in the fall of 2020. This has a deadline of May 31st.

Visit the Counseling website to apply.

SPORTS

MISC

Thinking about life after high school? Come to the career fair in the BPAC lobby during your lunch period today to learn about a myriad of careers. We have several representatives ready to meet with you.

If you will be 18 on or before November 3, 2020 you can vote in the primary election on March 17th to help shape your country. If you are not registered, visit Mrs. Mesick in the InfoHub before February 18th. Voting is both a right and a privilege. Don't let anything smother your voice.

It’s not too late to apply to be an election judge.  You must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  This position gives you the opportunity to participate in the election and pays $150.00.  See Mrs. Woods in the main office if you are interested.