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STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, October 26, 2020

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Attention 9th and 10th grade students, starting this Tuesday, October 27th, the JV Academic Team will begin practicing separately from the Varsity Academic Team. Our weekly practices will be every Tuesday through January from 3-4 pm. If you enjoy quiz and trivia games and haven't joined yet, email Mrs. KIm Anderson for Google Classroom code which you need to get the weekly Google Meet and Cosmobuzz links. We'd love to have more players join! Hope to 'see' you there!

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Software Developers are in high demand and are among the top ten fastest growing careers in the U.S. today. We would like to have a club at MHS that would start with some beginning coding activities and eventually progress to a cooperative environment to create a meaningful project while developing career ready skills. If you are interested in participating in a fun environment of coding exploration sign up for MOPRO (Moline High School's Programmers Club) in the InfoHub or by emailing Mrs. Mesick.

GSA is a diverse, safe environment to hangout, develop new friendships, discuss issues of concern, and receive support from one another. We will have an organizational gathering through Google Meets on Tuesday, October 27th at 7:15 a.m. Email cmesick@molineschools.org or stop by the InfoHub to receive a calendar invite and offer your opinion on meeting times.

COUNSELING
Compeer Financials’ High School Senior Scholarship Program - $1,500 scholarship open to high school seniors from Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, who have interest in an agricultural-related field or have an agriculture or rural background. This has a deadline of March 15th. Visit the Counseling Website to apply.

SPORTS

MISC
The Coats for Kids program distributes warm winter coats to students in grades preschool through high school who need coats. Please contact the MHS counseling center, school social worker, or counselor to sign up for a new or gently used coat. Siblings of students that attend other buildings or are not yet in school can also be included.