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STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, November 16, 2020

Due to a rapid increase in positive cases of Covid-19 across the district and the many staff and students out on a quarantine protocol, we will be transitioning to full-time remote learning for all students in all schools beginning today, Monday, November 16th. This will include the 4 blended learning days next week and the 12 blended learning days between Thanksgiving break and winter break. As of now, in-person (blended) learning will resume on Tuesday, January 5th. The Board of Education will reevaluate the 7 blended learning days from January 5th to January 14th at the December 14th Board of Education meeting. The goal of this difficult decision is to stop the rapid spread of the virus within our schools, help to mitigate the spread in our community and our region, and most importantly, to do whatever we can to keep our students and our staff safe.

Moline Coal Valley Schools will continue to offer grab and go pick up service on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at Wilson and Deere. The timeframe has been adjusted slightly and will now be from 10:30am to 12:30pm. Due to the federal USDA waiver, ALL meals are free for ALL students for the entire school year.

Drama Club meets every Tuesday on Google Meet at 3pm. All are welcome to join our conversations about theatre, workshops about theatre, and discussions about the winter play. To join drama club, go to Google Meet and use code MolineDrama. To get involved on camera or behind the scenes for the winter play, visit tinyurl.com/maroontheatre and click the interest form. Or just come to drama club and learn more there. See you on Tuesday at 3:00.

The MHS Counseling Website has quite a few scholarship opportunities for students to attend colleges and training programs. Visit mhscounselingblog.wordpress.com to find more information. You can find scholarships for students going into careers in science, technology, engineering, and math, students seeking training as auto mechanics or car dealership careers, students seeking careers that take place outdoors, and students seeking to go to a trade school. There are scholarships for juniors, for seniors, for National Honor Society members, and essay scholarships. Check it out today.