Thursday, January 18, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, January 18, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

MISC

Auditions for the Winter Play are next Monday and Tuesday. All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Sign up for an audition time, get more info, and find helpful resources for monologues today after school in room E114 for Drama Club. All information will then be posted on the Drama Board near the library.

Moline High School has been challenged to a comedy battle. This Saturday at noon, cheer on the ComedySportz High School League at The Establishment in Rock Island. It’ll be an improv match of laughs. Concessions are available.  Admission is only $3.00.  Come and see your Moline ComedySportz team take on Davenport North and Assumption High School. For more information, see Mrs. Koski.

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, January 17, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Anyone interested in the school’s new Winter Guard:  There is a mandatory practice today from 3:15 to 4:15 in the Gymnastics room.  No experience required.

Due to finals, Student Led Bible Study will not meet this Friday.

COUNSELING CENTER

This is a reminder to all juniors that your online scheduling must be completed by Friday, Jan. 19th.  Please print your course requests or put a paper in your counselor’s folder in the Counseling Center to indicate you have completed scheduling.

SPORTS

MISC

If you have not purchased your yearbook yet, remember Friday, January 19th, is the last day to buy the 2018 “M” for the current price of $47.00.  After that day, the price will be $52.00, which will last until the final day of sales on February 15th.  Don’t forget you can buy your book online or at the bookstore.

Auditions for the Winter Play are next Monday and Tuesday. All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Sign up for an audition time, get more info, and find helpful resources for monologues today after school in room E114 for Drama Club. All information will then be posted on the Drama Board near the library.

There will be no early bird sessions the rest of this week due to finals.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, January 16, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices Early Grad Senior Tea will be held today during 4th period lunches in B128. Members should come during their own lunch period.

MHS Book Ends will be meeting today after school in the library. See you there!

There will be a Natural Helper meeting today after school in the cafeteria for all students involved. Please plan on attending to help plan for upcoming trainings and events.

The Random Acts of Kindness Club is selling t-shirts. Please stop by B217 or talk to Ms. Hays if you are interested in purchasing one.

FCA will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30 in D137.  We will discuss upcoming events and plans with the organization.

Due to Finals, Student Led Bible Study will not meet this Friday.

COUNSELING CENTER

This is a reminder to all juniors that your online scheduling must be completed by Friday, Jan. 19th.  Please print your course requests or put a paper in your counselor’s folder in the Counseling Center to indicate you have completed scheduling.

Are you planning on taking any dual credit classes next year?  If so, you’ll need to take the Accuplacer test.  The Accuplacer Test will be offered at MHS three days only.  Reserve your spot in the Counseling Center today.

SPORTS

The Boys Track and Field sign up meeting is rescheduled for after school today in room J138 for any athlete interested in joining the track team.  Any questions please see Coach Iles.

The Boys Swim Team continues their undefeated run this year with another win on Saturday.  Moline beat 10 other teams by over 80 points and won all but 2 individual races.  The 200 Medley Relay set a Burlington pool record, and their time also sets a new high school record, set last in 1979.

MISC

If you have not purchased your yearbook yet, remember Friday, January 19th, is the last day to buy the 2018 “M” for the current price of $47.00.  After that day, the price will be $52.00, which will last until the final day of sales on February 15th.  Don’t forget you can buy your book online or at the bookstore.

Visit the Moline Public Library for After School Fun tomorrow for a variety of games, crafts and other activities from 2:30 to 4:00. You can make your own aromatherapy play dough.

Need to make-up work? Need credit recovery? Need homework assistance?  Early Bird is a great option.  Early Bird is available every day of the week from 7:00 to 8:00 am.  Look for the postings of daily classes and rooms in the hallways and on the TVs.

Auditions for the Winter Play are next Monday and Tuesday. All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Sign up for an audition time, get more info, and find helpful resources for monologues today after school in room E114 for Drama Club. All information will then be posted on the Drama Board near the library.

Friday, January 12, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, January 12, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student Led Bible Study will meet after school today in the pottery room, room D137.  All are welcome to attend.

There will be a Natural Helper meeting Tuesday, January 16th after school in the cafeteria for all students involved. Please plan on attending to help plan for upcoming trainings and events.

The Random Acts of Kindness Club is selling t-shirts. Please stop by B217 or talk to Ms. Hays if you are interested in purchasing one.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

Any student interested in trying out for a spring sport will need to see Mrs. Valladares in the Athletic Office.  You will need a sports physical and parent permission on file in the Athletic Office.

MISC

Auditions for the Winter Play will take place January 22 and 23rd. Please see the Drama Callboard by the library for more information. The play is East of the Sun and West of the Moon, and we need actors, dancers, musicians, and tech people. Please see Mrs. Koski in room J210 if you have questions.

Next Friday, January 19th, is the last day to buy the 2018 yearbook for the current price of $47.00.  After that day, the price will be $52.00, which will last until the final day of sales on February 15th.  The “M” is a wonderful way to preserve memories from MHS.  Please make sure you get your book before they are no longer available.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, January 11, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices will meet today during 3rd period in room E204.  If you did not attend the meeting during 2nd period, you can still attend the meeting this period.

Attention Theatre Festival students:  The bus will be leaving at 11:30 today.  Theatre Festival students should eat 1st lunch today.  An email is going out to the teachers so they are aware of this change.

There will be a Natural Helper meeting Tuesday, January 16th after school in the cafeteria for all students involved. Please plan on attending to help plan for upcoming trainings and events.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

There will be a Boys Track and Field sign up meeting in room J138 today after school for any athlete that is not currently in a winter sport.  Any questions please see Coach Iles.

MISC

Auditions for the Winter Play will take place January 22 and 23rd. Please see the Drama Callboard by the library for more information. The play is East of the Sun and West of the Moon, and we need actors, dancers, musicians, and tech people. Please see Mrs. Koski in room J210 if you have questions.

National Hispanic Institute of the Quad Cities will hold an information session for students and parents regarding three summer leadership programs for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Focus for high school sophomores will be on developing communication skills and content development, focus for high school juniors will be on managing organizations/systems and creating policy, and focus for high school seniors will be on college admissions and life management training. The presentation will be held on Tuesday, January 16th from 6:00 to 7:15 pm at Augustana College in Rock Island. Come to the main office for more information.

Mississippi Valley Blues Society is hosting a “Blues Fest Poster” contest. Entries are due by Tuesday, January 30th.  Prizes will be awarded to the top five selected artists. Come to the main office for more information.

It’s time for the 2018 My Favorite Teacher Contest!  The contest is open to all current students (through 12th grade) and active teachers within the WQAD News 8 viewing area.  Each entrant must submit an essay explaining who his/her favorite teacher is/was and why that particular educator is so outstanding.  Deadline for entries is Wednesday, January 31st.  Come to the main office for the entry form and more information.

Are you interested in learning sign language? Two classes will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:30 at Roosevelt Elementary School for the next 10 weeks.  One class is for true beginners and the other is for those who have already taken the beginners class last semester. Tuition for the 10 lessons is only $20 per person or bring 3 members of your family and it’s only $30 for all 4 of you.  If you are a staff member at any Moline school, tuition is only $15 dollars! You can register for the session by attending the first class on Tuesday, January 16th at 6:30 at Roosevelt Elementary.  Come talk to Miss Swan in E113 if you have any questions.

Stop by the Moline Public Library at 3:00 on Monday, January 15th to make calming crafts like stress balls and aromatherapy play dough to help you survive finals week.

Students arriving late to school should not walk through the fenced area.  This is a construction zone and should be avoided even if there is an opening in the fence.  Please enter through the front doors.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, January 10, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices will meet on Thursday in room E204 during 2nd and 3rd period. Members may attend only one of the meetings.

Attention yearbook staff:  This is just a reminder that we have a meeting today after school.  See you there.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

There will be a Boys Track and Field sign up meeting in room J138 on Thursday after school for any athlete that is not currently in a winter sport.  Any questions please see Coach Iles.

MISC

National Hispanic Institute of the Quad Cities will hold an information session for students and parents regarding three summer leadership programs for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Focus for high school sophomores will be on developing communication skills and content development, focus for high school juniors will be on managing organizations/systems and creating policy, and focus for high school seniors will be on college admissions and life management training. The presentation will be held on Tuesday, January 16th from 6:00 to 7:15 pm at Augustana College in Rock Island. Come to the main office for more information.

Mississippi Valley Blues Society is hosting a “Blues Fest Poster” contest. Entries are due by Tuesday, January 30th.  Prizes will be awarded to the top five selected artists. Come to the main office for more information.

It’s time for the 2018 My Favorite Teacher Contest!  The contest is open to all current students (through 12th grade) and active teachers within the WQAD News 8 viewing area.  Each entrant must submit an essay explaining who his/her favorite teacher is/was and why that particular educator is so outstanding.  Deadline for entries is Wednesday, January 31st.  Come to the main office for the entry form and more information.

2018 Graduates: Please check your name on the diploma list outside the Registrar’s Office.  This is how it will appear on your diploma.  Make all changes with Mrs. Valdes.  Changes made after today will cost $5.00.

Are you interested in learning sign language? Two classes will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:30 at Roosevelt Elementary School for the next 10 weeks.  One class is for true beginners and the other is for those who have already taken the beginners class last semester. Tuition for the 10 lessons is only $20 per person or bring 3 members of your family and it’s only $30 for all 4 of you.  If you are a staff member at any Moline school, tuition is only $15 dollars! You can register for the session by attending the first class on Tuesday, January 16th at 6:30 at Roosevelt Elementary.  Come talk to Miss Swan in E113 if you have any questions.

 

 

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, January 9, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention all Line O’ Type staff:  We will have a planning meeting for the next issue of the newspaper today after school in B206, Mrs. Norcross’s room.  If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Norcross.

Drama Club will meet today after school in room E114. We will discuss the upcoming auditions for the Winter Play.

FCA will have the first meeting of 2018 tomorrow morning at 7:30 am in D137.

COUNSELING CENTER

Attention Class of 2019–Tomorrow Wednesday, 1/10 juniors with last names A-K will come to the cafeteria during per. 2.  Juniors with last names L-Z will come to the cafeteria per. 6.  Please bring your Chrome books to begin your online scheduling for your senior year.

Are you planning on taking any dual credit classes next year?  If so, you’ll need to take the Accuplacer test.  The Accuplacer Test will be offered at MHS three days only.  Reserve your spot in the Counseling Center today.

SPORTS

There will be a Boys Track and Field sign up meeting in room J138 on Thursday after school for any athlete that is not currently in a winter sport.  Any questions please see Coach Iles.

MISC

The Moline Public Library’s Anime Club meets from 3:30 to 5:30 today.

 

 

Monday, January 8, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, January 8, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Gamers Club will meet in the cafeteria after school today.  The meeting will end at 4:00 today NOT 4:15.

Attention all yearbook staff:  We have meetings today and Wednesday after school.  We are making progress on the layouts and hope everyone can come.

Attention all Line O’ Type staff:  We will have a planning meeting for the next issue of the newspaper tomorrow (Tuesday) after school in B206, Mrs. Norcross’s room.  If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Norcross.

COUNSELING CENTER

Are you planning on taking any dual credit classes next year?  If so, you’ll need to take the Accuplacer test.  The Accuplacer Test will be offered at MHS three days only.  Reserve your spot in the Counseling Center today.

SPORTS

MISC

2018 Graduates: Please check your name on the diploma list outside the Registrar’s Office.  This is how it will appear on your diploma.  Make all changes with Mrs. Valdes.  Changes made after January 10 will cost $5.00.

Need to make-up work? Need credit recovery? Need homework assistance?  Early Bird is a great option.  Early Bird is available every day of the week from 7:00 to 8:00 am.  Look for the postings of daily classes and rooms in the hallways and on the TVs.

 

Friday, January 5, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, January 5, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student led Bible Study will be held today after school in room D137.  All are welcome to attend.

Attention students attending Theatre Festival:  There will be a mandatory meeting on Monday at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria. All students and parents should attend to receive information about the schedule, rooms, and updates for Theatre Festival.

COUNSELING CENTER

Juniors–In your school gmail accounts, you should have received the 2018-19 catalog and scheduling sheet.  Juniors will meet with their counselors to schedule for their senior year on Wednesday, January 10th in the cafeteria.  Please look at the catalog and senior scheduling sheet before the meeting.  You will bring your Chrome books to the meeting to begin online scheduling.

Scribe America has openings available for medical scribes. Positions are available in the emergency department, pain clinic, gastroenterology, OBGYN and Neurology units. Must be 18 to apply please see Mrs. Thompson in the counseling center for more details.

Anyone interested in the military, come to room B131 today after school.  Moliner Dallas Ochoa, who has been in the military since 2015, will be available to speak with about his personal experience in the military.  He has completed training at Ft. Carson and Ft. Bennin.

SPORTS

MISC

Students must display parking tags in your car to park in the student parking areas.  You may purchase a parking tag at the book store.

Crime Stoppers t-shirts are in!  They can be picked up in Detective Brownell’s office in Student Affairs.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, January 4, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student led Bible Study will be held tomorrow after school in room D137.  All are welcome to attend.

COUNSELING CENTER

Juniors–In your school gmail accounts, you should have received the 2018-19 catalog and scheduling sheet.  Juniors will meet with their counselors to schedule for their senior year on Wednesday, January 10th in the cafeteria.  Please look at the catalog and senior scheduling sheet before the meeting.  You will bring your Chrome books to the meeting to begin online scheduling.

Scribe America has openings available for medical scribes. Positions are available in the emergency department, pain clinic, gastroenterology, OBGYN and Neurology units. Must be 18 to apply please see Mrs. Thompson in the counseling center for more details.

DuTrac Community Credit Union Scholarship – Up to seven non-renewable scholarships will be awarded to senior students who are members of DuTrac Community Credit Union. Students must demonstrate academic excellence and be continuing their education. Deadline of March 23rd.

College Raptor Scholarship –A $2,500 scholarship is available to students planning to attend an accredited post-secondary institution of higher learning. Deadline of January 31st.

NFL Players Association and Retired Professional Football Players of Chicago: Professional Athletes Foundation Student Scholarship – $3,000 per year scholarship open to athletes who intend to attend a university, college or two-year institution that does not provide athletic scholarships. One male student and one female student will be selected. *Requires coach recommendation and participation in a varsity level sport for at least one year* Deadline of February 15th.

Moline Rotary Foundation Scholarship – Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to MHS seniors planning to continue their education. Awards will be given based on active involvement in service-oriented activities, leadership and academic achievement. *Active membership in the Moline High School Interact Club is preferred. Deadline of March 16th.

Visit the Counseling website to apply.

SPORTS

The Boys Swim Team remains undefeated after winning the Pekin Relays last weekend and beating Sterling last night.  Congratulations!

MISC

The Teen Advisory Group of the Moline Public Library will meet at 3:30 today. Give advice about programs and materials, make friends, and earn service credits.

Congratulations to Kiley Spiegel! She won a free Chick fil a meal by competing in the Road to College and Career. Remember, seniors, you too could have a chance at these prizes by showing your counselor what steps you’ve completed in planning for your future in a career or being accepted to a college.

2018 Graduates: Please check your name on the diploma list outside the Registrar’s Office.  This is how it will appear on your diploma.  Make all changes with Mrs. Valdes.  Changes made after January 10 will cost $5.00.

Students must display parking tags in your car to park in the student parking areas.  You may purchase a parking tag at the book store.