Friday, November 17, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, November 17, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention Drama Club: Be sure to get your Drama Club t-shirt order in by Friday. Even if you don’t have the money right now, you can reserve your shirt size. See Mrs. Koski in J210.

Attention crew for the musical: Make sure you are checking the Theatre Bulletin Board or the Remind messages for updates on the Chicago schedule. Contact Mrs. Koski if you have questions or concerns.

COUNSELING CENTER

We now have 17 Donut Eating Teams who have stepped up to help buy clothing for over 270 Moline School District students.  We need at least 8 more teams to sign up by Friday.  Team members can be in grades 9–12.  Please see Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center today if you can help.

University of Illinois – Children of Veterans Tuition Waiver – Children of veterans planning to attend any University of Illinois campus (Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, Springfield or Health Sciences Center) are eligible to apply for a four-year, in-state tuition waiver. Deadline of January 2nd.

SPORTS

MISC

Share Joys Talent Show Tryouts:  Open to all Moline High School students.  Tryouts will be Thursday, December 7th in the MHS Cafeteria from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.  Sign up is November 28th through December 5th outside of room E208.  All acts, skits, scripts, music, and costumes must be completed and brought to tryouts.

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Thursday, November 16, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, November 16, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

All HOSA members:  We will have a meeting today at 3:10 in room B318.  Please be prompt.

Attention seniors:  If you did not get your picture taken at the Photographic Arts studio, you can get your photo taken today between now and 1:00.  Photographers will be in the auditorium lobby and you can go down anytime during the available time frame.  Please try to look your nicest and make sure you have your picture taken, so you can be in this year’s “M.”  We want as many seniors as possible in the book, which lasts a lifetime.

Attention Drama Club: Be sure to get your Drama Club t-shirt order in by Friday. Even if you don’t have the money right now, you can reserve your shirt size. See Mrs. Koski in J210.

Attention crew for the musical: Make sure you are checking the Theatre Bulletin Board or the Remind messages for updates on the Chicago schedule. Contact Mrs. Koski if you have questions or concerns.

Do you like to paint?  Do you like to give back to your community?  Join Art Club as they paint the windows in downtown Moline November 27-29th.  Come and see Miss Lowman in room J110 for more details.

All Kaleidoscript members are encouraged to attend InDesign training Thursday, November 30 after school in B220. Please see Ms. Hays if you have questions.

COUNSELING CENTER

We now have 17 Donut Eating Teams who have stepped up to help buy clothing for over 270 Moline School District students.  We need at least 8 more teams to sign up by Friday.  Team members can be in grades 9–12.  Please see Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center today if you can help.

SPORTS

MISC

Are you ready to get into the Share Joys spirit? The Library Media Center is hosting Share Joys window painting again! Come in and claim a window any time this week. Painting will begin after break. During Share Joys students and staff can vote for their favorite window. Prizes will be awarded for the Student Pick and the Staff pick at the end of the day on Friday, December 15th.

Share Joys Talent Show Tryouts:  Open to all Moline High School students.  Tryouts will be Thursday, December 7th in the MHS Cafeteria from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.  Sign up is November 28th through December 5th outside of room E208.  All acts, skits, scripts, music, and costumes must be completed and brought to tryouts.

 

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, November 15, 2017

 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

All HOSA members:  We will have a meeting on Thursday at 3:10 in room B318.  Please be prompt.

Attention seniors:  If you did not get your picture taken at the Photographic Arts studio, you can get your photo taken this Thursday between 8:00 and 1:00.  Photographers will be in the auditorium lobby and you can go down anytime during the available time frame.  Please try to look your nicest and make sure you have your picture taken, so you can be in this year’s “M.”  We want as many seniors as possible in the book, which lasts a lifetime.

Do you like to paint?  Do you like to give back to your community?  Join Art Club as they paint the windows in downtown Moline November 27-29th.  Come and see Miss Lowman in room J110 for more details.

COUNSELING CENTER

The Donut Eating Contest typically raises about one third of the Share Joys total.  It is a great way to serve the community and have some fun at the same time.  We now have 13 teams of the 30 teams needed.  If you can get a team of four students who want to raise money and participate, please see Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center right away!

University of Michigan’s Geisinger Scholarship – Renewable scholarship for students planning to attend University of Michigan’s College of Engineering. Deadline of January 17th.

SPORTS

MISC

Are you ready to get into the Share Joys spirit? The Library Media Center is hosting Share Joys window painting again! Come in and claim a window any time this week. Painting will begin after break. During Share Joys students and staff can vote for their favorite window. Prizes will be awarded for the Student Pick and the Staff pick at the end of the day on Friday, December 15th.

It is adopt-a-book time in the Library Media Center. All through the year we gather requests from students and staff for books they would like to see in your Media Center. Consider giving a book in honor of your favorite teacher, or begin a legacy for your own birthday! Selections are posted outside the Library Media Center. You can donate any amount towards a book if you cannot afford the entire cost! Suggest a donation from your entire class, club or activity. Stop by and see the options.

Share Joys Talent Show Tryouts:  Open to all Moline High School students.  Tryouts will be Thursday, December 7th in the MHS Cafeteria from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.  Sign up is November 28th through December 5th outside of room E208.  All acts, skits, scripts, music, and costumes must be completed and brought to tryouts.

 

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, November 14, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

COUNSELING CENTER

Community Foundation Great River Bend Scholarships – Numerous scholarships are being offered by CFGRB. Of these scholarships, there are 15 open to MHS seniors. Deadline of February 15thfor all scholarships except the Quad City Regional Auto Show Award with a deadline of January 3rd.

The Donut Eating Contest typically raises about one third of the Share Joys total.  It is a great way to serve the community and have some fun at the same time.  We now have 13 teams of the 30 teams needed.  If you can get a team of four students who want to raise money and participate, please see Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center right away!

SPORTS

Intramural Sports:  The schedule of games starting tonight has been posted outside the bookstore.  Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled game.  All spectators and non-participating teams need to go upstairs to the bleachers until the current game has ended.  Remember you can add players the first two weeks of play.

Any girl interested in open gym /conditioning for track season can meet in Mr. Bohnsack’s room, J-313 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:15.  For more information, see Mr. Joel Bohnsack.

MISC

Are you ready to get into the Share Joys spirit? The Library Media Center is hosting Share Joys window painting again! Come in and claim a window any time this week. Painting will begin after break. During Share Joys students and staff can vote for their favorite window. Prizes will be awarded for the Student Pick and the Staff pick at the end of the day on Friday, December 15th.

It is adopt-a-book time in the Library Media Center. All through the year we gather requests from students and staff for books they would like to see in your Media Center. Consider giving a book in honor of your favorite teacher, or begin a legacy for your own birthday! Selections are posted outside the Library Media Center. You can donate any amount towards a book if you cannot afford the entire cost! Suggest a donation from your entire class, club or activity. Stop by and see the options.

The Moline Public Library’s Anime Club meets from 3:30 to 5:30 today.  Stop by for After School Fun tomorrow for a variety of games, crafts and other activities from 2:30 to 4:00.

 

 

Monday, November 13, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, November 13, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

All Kaleidoscript members are encouraged to attend InDesign training Thursday, November 30 after school in B220. Please see Ms. Hays if you have questions.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

Only 1 spot left for Intramural Basketball.  Deadline has been extended to Tuesday at 3:00 P.M. Scheduled games will be posted outside the bookstore on Wednesday.

Any girl interested in open gym /conditioning for track season can meet in Mr. Bohnsack’s room, J-313 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:15.  For more information, see Mr. Joel Bohnsack.

Congratulations to the Girls Swim Team, with their 4th place finish at Sectionals.  Congratulations to Taylor Puglisi for taking first place in the diving competition.  Good luck this weekend as you represent Moline at the State Swimming and Diving Meet.

MISC

The Festival of Trees needs volunteers in a variety of areas. If you’re interested, please see Ms. Hays in B217 for more information.

The Moline Public Library is providing a space for writers working on their NaNoWriMo projects today from 2:00 to 7:00. Meet with other writers to help you reach your word count.

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.

Interact Club and the Student Hunger Drive is pleased to announce that MHS raised 28,790 lbs. of food.  This food will provide 23,992 meals, and has a monetary value of $38,036.  Thanks to all who participated in the various activities and supported the Hunger Drive!

 

Thursday, November 9, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, November 9, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Today, the History Club will be hosting a Veteran’s Day assembly to honor local veterans.  The assembly will be held at 3:10 in the auditorium.  Everyone is encouraged to come and learn about our veterans and hear their stories.

All HOSA members:  We will have a meeting today at 3:10 in B318. Please be prompt.

All Kaleidoscript members are encouraged to attend InDesign training Thursday, November 30 after school in B220. Please see Ms. Hays if you have questions.

There will be a Student Congress meeting Monday at 7:30 am in room E204 to discuss Share Joys activities and a special guest visitor coming up – be sure to make this meeting!

COUNSELING CENTER

Calling all T-shirt Designers–The 2017 Share Joys theme is “All Aboard the Share Joys Express”.  Please submit t-shirt designs to Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center by Nov. 17th.

The Donut Eating Contest typically raises about one third of the Share Joys total.  It is a great way to serve the community and have some fun at the same time.  We now have 10 teams of the 30 teams needed.  If you can get a team of four students who want to raise money and participate, please see Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center right away!

Moline Foundation Scholarships – Over 38 scholarships are open to high school seniors through the Moline Foundation. Applicants should apply online at www.molinefoundation.org. Deadline of March 16, 2018.  Visit the Counseling Website for a direct link.

SPORTS

Girls, if you are interested in joining the Bowling Team this year, come to a 10 minute meeting in room A152, the room across from the Counseling Center, today after school.  If you can’t make the meeting, please see Coach Woods in the Counseling Center.

Come to Wharton Field House this Friday at 12:00 P.M. for an Early Signing Period event.  All student-athletes who have decided to play college athletics will sign their National Letter of Intent.  All student-athletes can invite anyone to attend.

MISC

The Festival of Trees needs volunteers in a variety of areas. If you’re interested, please see Ms. Hays in B217 for more information.

The yearbook staff for the 2018 “M” is posted outside of the Publication’s Office.  We still need some more freshmen and sophomores, so if you are interested, please see Ms. Hafner in B201.  Our next meeting is Monday, November 13th.

Moline Student Hunger Drive t-shirts are now on sale!  Shirts can be purchased at the bookstore for $5.00.

 

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, November 8, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Crimestoppers will NOT be meeting this Thursday in the cafeteria.

Tomorrow, after school, the History Club will be hosting a Veteran’s Day assembly to honor local veterans.  The assembly will be held at 3:10 in the auditorium.  Everyone is encouraged to come and learn about our veterans and hear their stories.  If anyone has a question, they would like to ask a veteran, please drop it off in the box outside of Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.

All HOSA members:  We will have a meeting Thursday at 3:10 in B318. Please be prompt.

There will be a Student Congress meeting Monday at 7:30 am in room E204 to discuss Share Joys activities and a special guest visitor coming up – be sure to make this meeting!

COUNSELING CENTER

Calling all T-shirt Designers–The 2017 Share Joys theme is “All Aboard the Share Joys Express”.  Please submit t-shirt designs to Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center by Nov. 17th.

The Donut Eating Contest typically raises about one third of the Share Joys total.  It is a great way to serve the community and have some fun at the same time.  We now have 10 teams of the 30 teams needed.  If you can get a team of four students who want to raise money and participate, please see Mrs. Ryser in the Counseling Center right away!

Moline Foundation Scholarships – Over 38 scholarships are open to high school seniors through the Moline Foundation. Applicants should apply online at www.molinefoundation.org. Deadline of March 16, 2018.  Visit the Counseling Website for a direct link.

SPORTS

Only two spots left for Intramural Basketball. All teams and their money are due to the bookstore this Thursday at 3:00.

Girls, if you are interested in joining the Bowling Team this year, come to a 10 minute meeting in room A152, the room across from the Counseling Center, on Thursday after school.  If you can’t make the meeting, please see Coach Woods in the Counseling Center

MISC

The Festival of Trees needs volunteers in a variety of areas. If you’re interested, please see Ms. Hays in B217 for more information.

The yearbook staff for the 2018 “M” is posted outside of the Publication’s Office.  We still need some more freshmen and sophomores, so if you are interested, please see Ms. Hafner in B201.  Our next meeting is Monday, November 13th.

Moline Student Hunger Drive t-shirts are now on sale!  Shirts can be purchased at the bookstore for $5.00.

Here are the results of the 2nd Period can competition:

5th place was Mr. Verstraete’s class with 92.1 lbs.

4th place was Ms. Brook’s class with 99.5 lbs.

3rd place was Ms. Anderson’s class with 119.1 lbs.

2nd place was Ms. Replinger’s class with 171.8 lbs.

The winning class was Mr. Joel Bohnsack’s class with 1,002.8 lbs.

Thanks to all who donated to this worthy cause!

 

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, November 7, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

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

Please have all Crimestoppers t-shirt orders turned into Detective Brownell no later than Thursday, November 9th.

Crimestoppers will NOT be meeting this Thursday. We didn’t realize we had the Veteran’s assembly at the same time.

This Thursday after school, the History Club will be hosting a Veteran’s Day assembly to honor local veterans.  The assembly will be held at 3:10 in the auditorium.  Everyone is encouraged to come and learn about our veterans and hear their stories.  If anyone has a question, they would like to ask a veteran, please drop it off in the box outside of Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.

COUNSELING CENTER

National Security Agency’s Stokes Educational Scholarship Program – Open to high school seniors who plan to major in Computer Science or Computer/Electrical Engineering. Minority students are especially encouraged to apply. Scholarship covers tuition and mandatory fees of up to $30,000 per year, year-round salary while attending college and more. Deadline is November 15th.

Greenhouse Scholars – Open to seniors planning to attend an accredited four-year college with a GPA of 3.5 or above, demonstrate financial need, and display leadership, perseverance and a strong interest in community. Deadline is December 1st.

Visit the Counseling Website for details and applications.

SPORTS

Anyone interested in playing baseball this spring should see Coach Schimmel in the West Gym, or Coach Dillie in room J-206 for information regarding Winter Hitting Opportunities.

Only two spots left for Intramural Basketball. All teams and their money are due to the bookstore this Thursday at 3:00.

MISC

Congratulations to the Girls Swim Team for a strong second place finish at the Conference meet on Saturday and a special shout out to Olivia White, who set a new School Record in the 500 Freestyle race with a time of 5:14.54 beating the old record that was set in 1988.  We wish all of the lady swimmers luck as they prepare for the sectional meet this Saturday at UT.

The Festival of Trees needs volunteers in a variety of areas. If you’re interested, please see Ms. Hays in B217 for more information.

 

Monday, November 6, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, November 6, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention all Natural Helpers, TL applications will be available today and are due Thursday, November 9th. Pick up your applications in any of the Natural Helper Sponsor rooms or the Counseling Center. ​

Attention all Line O’ Type staff: There will be a planning meeting for the next issue of the newspaper on Tuesday after school in B206, Mrs. Norcross’s room.  Please see Mrs. Norcross if you are unable to attend.

Please have all Crimestoppers t-shirt orders turned into Detective Brownell no later than Friday, 11/10.

Interact Club will have a brief meeting today after school in room J128.

This Thursday after school, the History Club will be hosting a Veteran’s Day assembly to honor local veterans.  The assembly will be held at 3:10 in the auditorium.  Everyone is encouraged to come and learn about our veterans and hear their stories.  If anyone has a question, they would like to ask a veteran, please drop it off in the box outside of Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.

COUNSELING CENTER

Moline High School Students–There will be a Career Information Day on Saturday Nov. 11th from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center.  You will learn from John Deere leaders about careers in Information Technology, Human Resources, Skilled Trades, Accounting, and Engineering.  Please come to the Counseling Center for more information.

Do you want to know more about the military academies? Then come to room B128 today after school.

SPORTS

Anyone interested in playing baseball this spring should see Coach Schimmel in the West Gym, or Coach Dillie in room J-206 for information regarding Winter Hitting Opportunities.

MISC

The Moline Public Library is providing a space for writers working on their NaNoWriMo projects today from 2:00 to 7:00. Meet with other writers to help you reach your word count.

On Saturday, November 4th, the MHS JV Academic Team competed in the Curtis Butterfield Memorial Scholastic Bowl. Congratulations to Debora Arul for being MHS’s most valuable player. Thank you also to Mrs. Holly Anderson, the MHS staff, the MHS Varsity Academic Team, MHS alumni, and their families for making this tournament possible.

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, November 3, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, November 3, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student-Led Bible Study will be meeting today after school in J227 from 3:10-3:40.  All are welcome to attend.

Attention all Natural Helpers, TL applications will be available Monday, November 6th and are due Thursday, November 9th. Pick up your applications in any of the Natural Helper Sponsor rooms or the Counseling Center. ​

Attention all Line O’ Type staff: There will be a planning meeting for the next issue of the newspaper on Tuesday after school in B206, Mrs. Norcross’s room.  Please see Mrs. Norcross if you are unable to attend.

COUNSELING CENTER

Moline High School Students–There will be a Career Information Day on Saturday Nov. 11th from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center.  You will learn from John Deere leaders about careers in Information Technology, Human Resources, Skilled Trades, Accounting, and Engineering.  Please come to the Counseling Center for more information.

SPORTS

Anyone interested in playing baseball this spring should see Coach Schimmel in the West Gym, or Coach Dillie in room J-206 for information regarding Winter Hitting Opportunities.

MISC