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Daily announcements Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Sports Unlimited will be meeting tomorrow from 3-4 in the cafeteria. Come join us!

Students interested in taking Black Hawk College dual credit classes next year who need to take the Accuplacer can sign up in the Counseling Center. Accuplacer after school testing will be on Thursday, February 9th and Friday, February 10th from 3:15-4:45 pm in the MHS library computer lab. Students must complete their BHC account and application before testing. Composition 1 requires a qualifying reading and writing score. Computer Science Principles requires a qualifying math score. If you are taking the Accuplacer in Honors English 2 during class, you do not need to sign up for after school testing. See your counselor with questions.

All students: Please check the Lost and Found table outside the main office. There are lots of items that have been turned in recently.

Center for Belgian Culture Scholar Award - Scholarship open to seniors with a GPA of 3.0 and above. Applicants must submit an essay about their heritage. Deadline of April 15th. Visit the Counseling Website to apply.

P.E.O. Chapter KT Scholarship - $500 award open to female high school seniors. Deadline of April 1st. Visit the counseling website to apply.

MHS NHS Harold P. Griffith Scholar Award deadline has been extended to Friday, February 10th. The award is a renewable $1,000 scholarship opportunity for seniors in MHS National Honor Society.

This is just a reminder to LineO'Type Editors: Don't forget that we will have a work night after school tonight and tomorrow. Please make arrangements to be there to work on your section. See Mrs. Norcross or Mrs. Breidenbach if you have questions.

In celebration of Black History Month, here is your fact for the day: Phillis Wheatley was the first African American to publish a book of poetry, Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, in 1773. Born in the Gambia she sold to the Wheatley family in Boston when she was 7 years old, Wheatley was emancipated shortly after her book was released.