Sports Unlimited will be meeting today 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.
Authentic Voices will meet in B327 tomorrow, February 3rd during 3rd period. Members must bring their signed pass to attend. See Ms. Stone in the counseling center if you don't receive your pass.
All students: Please check the Lost and Found table outside the main office. There are lots of items that have been turned in recently.
Attention Moline History Club: Please have your handout ready and projects completed for our next meeting which is Feb 8th at 7:30 am in the history lab. Please wear your club t-shirt for the yearbook picture as well. If you still need a t-shirt please see Mr. Lamphier.
All girls interested in being part of the girls' track and field team NEED to be at practice by Monday unless you are currently out for a sport. Please see Mr. Bohnsack with any questions.
The MoPro programming club will be meeting today after school in the library.
Bicentennial is looking for carnival workers for Friday, March 10th from 5:30-7:30. If interested, please contact Mrs. Bowser in the counseling center.
Don't forget to get your dance tickets for Sadies on February 11! Tickets are on sale at the bookstore now for $15 and be sure to pick up your guest permission form if you plan to bring a guest who doesn't attend MHS.
In celebration of Black History Month, here is your fact for the day: After years of remarkable work as an attorney, Thurgood Marshall became the first African American to serve in the U.S. Supreme Court. Officially nominated by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1967, he served as a justice until 1991.