Tuesday, September 26, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, September 26, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Thanks to all who came out last night to watch the movie and have a great time!  A big thank you to the cheerleaders for beginning the night with a pep rally.  Over $400 and 300 pounds of food were raised for the Student Hunger Drive.

Latinos Unidos:  We will be meeting today in room J327 from 3:10-3:30.  You will have the opportunity to sign up for the Latino Youth Summit at the University of Iowa on October 18th.  If you are not able to attend, please see Ms. Salinas or Mr. Castro to get your permission slip.  The first 20 to get them turned in by Thursday will be guaranteed a spot.

Authentic Voices will meet today during 5th period in the Cafeteria.

Attention all French Club members:  If you are interested in walking in the Homecoming Parade, there will be a mandatory meeting today from 3:10 to 3:30 in room J328.

Sports Unlimited has boxes at each entrance of the cafeteria and in front of the main office this week to collect school supplies for Franklin Elementary students.  A general assortment of supplies is needed, such as paper, pencils, folders, crayons, glue, etc.   Sports Unlimited is a club by students, for students.  Help us replenish the supplies that were lost in Franklin’s fire this past weekend.

If you’re interested in participating in this year’s See You at the Pole event, meet outside the front of the building at the West Flag Pole tomorrow morning at 7:45 A.M.

Interact Club will have a meeting Thursday morning at 7:30 in J128.

Gamers Club will meet next Monday, October 2nd in the cafeteria.  We will meet every Monday in October except Monday, October 30th.

COUNSELING CENTER

Black Hawk College is having their annual College Night on Thursday, September 28th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.  Don’t miss your opportunity to meet admissions representatives from more than 80 Colleges and Universities.  Admission is free.

SPORTS

Tonight at the Moline vs. Alleman volleyball game at Wharton, they will be collecting school supplies for students at Franklin.  Any type of school supplies will be appreciated.

Any girl in Track and Field that is interested in riding on the Track truck in the Homecoming Parade, please see Coach Bohnsack in room J313 by Friday.

MISC

Tickets for the dance are on sale for $15 at the bookstore through Wednesday. The price goes up to $20 Thursday and Friday and $25 at the door Saturday night. The dance will be at the Figge Museum from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Please have your current ID when you go to purchase your ticket.

Homecoming t-shirts are now on sale for $10 in the bookstore and will be on sale during lunch this week.

Attention Seniors:  Make your Homecoming week a memorable one by having fun at float building!  Working on the float begins at 6:00 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, and Thursday and is located in the Bullpen.  Don’t miss out, so we can win 1st place two years in a row!  See you there!  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Hafner in B201.

The Food Service Committee meeting scheduled for today has been cancelled.

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in affordably studying abroad for one school year, or to participate in summer cultural exchanges in another country, are invited to attend an informational presentation for students and parents on Wednesday September 27th at 6:30 pm in the school cafeteria.  Contact:  Gary Francque, Moline Rotary Club at 309-764-0483 or email g.francque@mchsi.com.

 

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Monday, September 25, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, September 25, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Interact Club will be kicking off Homecoming week tonight with a movie at Browning Field.  Come and watch the movie Toy Story tonight at 7:00.  Gates will open at 6:30.  Admission is $2 or 4 cans of food.  You must show a current Moline High School ID.  All proceeds will go the Student Hunger Drive.  Plan to come out tonight, beginning at 6:30.  A pep rally will be held before the movie, and the movie will begin at 7:00.

Latinos Unidos:  We will be meeting Tuesday in Ms. Salina’s room in J327 from 3:10-3:30.  You will have the opportunity to sign up for the Latino Youth Summit at the University of Iowa on October 18th.  If you are not able to attend, please see Ms. Salinas or Mr. Castro to get your permission slip.  The first 20 to get them turned in by Thursday will be guaranteed a spot. ¡Hasta pronto!

Authentic Voices will meet Tuesday, September 26th during 5th period in the Cafeteria.

COUNSELING CENTER

Black Hawk College is having their annual College Night on Thursday, September 28th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.  Don’t miss your opportunity to meet admissions representatives from more than 80 Colleges and Universities.  Admission is free.

SPORTS

Attention all students interested in the Bass Fishing Team.  There will be an informational meeting today after school in B322.  Please be prompt.  We will be distributing important information about the team and upcoming events, so please make every effort to attend. See Coach Albrecht in B322 if you cannot attend or for more information about joining the Bass Fishing Team.

MISC

Tickets for the dance are on sale for $15 at the bookstore through Wednesday. The price goes up to $20 Thursday and Friday and $25 at the door Saturday night. The dance will be at the Figge Museum from 7-10 pm. Please have your current ID when you go to purchase your ticket.

Attention Seniors:  Make your Homecoming week a memorable one by having fun at float building!  Working on the float begins at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and is located in the Bullpen.  Don’t miss out, so we can win 1st place two years in a row!  See you there!  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Hafner in B201.

Homecoming t-shirts have arrived!  Buy yours today in the cafeteria during lunch for $10.00.

If you ordered pictures from Lifetouch, please pick them up during your lunch outside the cafeteria.

If you have physical or immunization paperwork, please turn it into the clinic.

Students interested in providing suggestions to the menu, service and sampling new products in the cafeteria, are welcome to come to the first meeting of the Food Service Committee on Tuesday in B131 at 3:10 pm.

Visit the Moline Public Library to pick up a reading log for the Teen Reading Challenge. Keep track of how much you read between October 1st and 21st to win prizes and get invited to a party.

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in affordably studying abroad for one school year, or to participate in summer cultural exchanges in another country, are invited to attend an informational presentation for students and parents on Wednesday September 27th at 6:30 pm in the school cafeteria.  Contact:  Gary Francque, Moline Rotary Club at 309-764-0483 or email g.francque@mchsi.com.

 

Friday, September 22, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, September 22, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Due to the early dismissal, Student Led Bible Study will be cancelled for today.

There will be an Authentic Voices board meeting 6th period today in B128.

Attention Drama Club:  If you’re interested in helping build the set for the fall play, we could use your help on Saturday at 9am. We will be working until about 5pm with a break for lunch at noon. Talk to Mrs. Koski or Mr. Vo if you have questions. We look forward to a fun and productive day building the set!

Student Congress will meet Monday at 7:30 am in room E204 for sign-ups to work the Homecoming Parade.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

Open gym for Boys basketball has been cancelled today.  We will resume the regular schedule Monday.

Attention all students interested in the Bass Fishing Team.  There will be an informational meeting Monday before school at 7:50 am and also Monday immediately after school in B322. We will be distributing important information about the team and upcoming events, so please make every effort to attend. See Coach Albrecht in B322 if you cannot attend or for more information about joining the Bass Fishing Team.

MISC

Tickets for Homecoming are now on sale at the bookstore. The dance will be at the Figge Museum from 7-10 pm on September 30th. Tickets are $15 each and you will need your current student ID to purchase a ticket.

Student Congress will meet this Sunday at 10 am to decorate hallways and common areas for Homecoming. All students are welcome to participate. Please use the entrance on the southwest side across from the tennis courts. We will meet in the cafeteria and you will be assigned an area to decorate.

If you ordered pictures from Lifetouch, please pick them up during your lunch outside the cafeteria.

If you have physical or immunization paperwork, please turn it into the clinic.

Students interested in providing suggestions to the menu, service and sampling new products in the cafeteria, please stop by the main office and sign up for the MHS Food Service Committee. Please sign up by noon today.  The first meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 26th in B131 at 3:10 pm.

To infinity and beyond!  Interact Club will be kicking off Homecoming week with a movie night at Browning Field.  Come and watch the movie Toy Story on Monday, September 25th at 7:00.

Gates will open at 6:30.  Admission is $2 or 4 cans of food.  All proceeds will go the Student Hunger Drive.  Plan to come out Monday night, beginning at 6:30.  A pep rally will be held before the movie, and the movie will begin at 7:00.

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in affordably studying abroad for one school year, or to participate in summer cultural exchanges in another country, are invited to attend an informational presentation for students and parents on Wednesday September 27th at 6:30pm in the school cafeteria.

The Moline Rotary Club Youth Exchange Program is offering the opportunity for a Moline High School student to be selected to receive a scholarship to attend high school in another country during the 2018-19 school year, or to participate in a summer cultural exchange with a student in another country during summer.  This is an extraordinary opportunity to enhance your education, expand your horizons, and broaden your experience.   Applications are being accepted with selection of candidates in October. Students and their parents are invited to attend the informational meeting and consider applying.  Moline host families are also being sought for next year’s MHS exchange student from another country.  Contact: Gary Francque, Moline Rotary Club, 309-764-0483, g.francque@mchsi.com

 

 

 

Thursday, September 21, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, September 21, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Kaleidoscript will meet in B215 @ 3:15 today.  All members please attend.

Crimestoppers will have a meeting today at 3:15 pm in the cafeteria.

HOSA will have three nurses speaking about a career in nursing.  Come to room B318 today at 3:10.  All are welcome to attend.  Please be prompt.

Student-Led Bible Study will meet tomorrow in J227 from 3:10-3:40.  All are welcome!

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

MISC

Tickets for Homecoming are now on sale at the bookstore. The dance will be at the Figge Museum from 7-10 pm on September 30th. Tickets are $15 each and you will need your current student ID to purchase a ticket.

Attention Juniors: If your class is interested in building a float, you must come to a mandatory meeting following school today in room B207. If there is no one in attendance, the junior float will be cancelled.

Student Congress will meet this Sunday at 10 am to decorate hallways and common areas for Homecoming. All students are welcome to participate. Please use the entrance on the southwest side across from the tennis courts. We will meet in the cafeteria and you will be assigned an area to decorate.

If you ordered pictures from Lifetouch, please pick them up during your lunch outside the cafeteria.

If you have physical or immunization paperwork, please turn it into the clinic.

Students interested in providing suggestions to the menu, service and sampling new products in the cafeteria, please stop by the main office and sign up for the MHS Food Service Committee. Please sign up by noon on Friday, Sept. 22nd. The first meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 26th in B131 at 3:10 pm.

To infinity and beyond!  Interact Club will be kicking off Homecoming week with a movie night at Browning Field.  Come and watch the movie Toy Story on Monday, September 25th at 7:00.  Gates will open at 6:30.  Admission is $2 or 4 cans of food.  All proceeds will go the Student Hunger Drive.  Plan to come out Monday night, beginning at 6:30.  A pep rally will be held before the movie, and the movie will begin at 7:00.

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in affordably studying abroad for one school year, or to participate in summer cultural exchanges in another country, are invited to attend an informational presentation for students and parents on Wednesday September 27th at 6:30pm in the school cafeteria.

The Moline Rotary Club Youth Exchange Program is offering the opportunity for a Moline High School student to be selected to receive a scholarship to attend high school in another country during the 2018-19 school year, or to participate in a summer cultural exchange with a student in another country during summer.  This is an extraordinary opportunity to enhance your education, expand your horizons, and broaden your experience.   Applications are being accepted with selection of candidates in October. Students and their parents are invited to attend the informational meeting and consider applying.  Moline host families are also being sought for next year’s MHS exchange student from another country.  Contact: Gary Francque, Moline Rotary Club, 309-764-0483, g.francque@mchsi.com

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, September 20, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Kaleidoscript will meet in B215 @ 3:15 on Thursday. All members please attend.

Crimestoppers will have a meeting Thursday at 3:15 pm in the cafeteria.

Interact Club will have a meeting Thursday morning at 7:30 in J128.  We will talk about activities taking place during Homecoming Week.

HOSA will have three nurses speaking about a career in nursing.  Come to room B318 on Thursday at 3:10.  All are welcome to attend.  Please be prompt.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

Intramural Sports Disc Golf tournament will be today.  If you are wanting a chance to win some visa gift cards make sure you are at Prospect Park course hole #1 at 4:00.  For more information see the Disc Golf sheet at the Bookstore.

MISC

Attention seniors:  The panoramic picture will be taken Thursday, September 21st during Period 2 on the lawn outside the West Gym.  Please bring your money at the time of the picture.  After the picture is taken, please go to the auditorium for information regarding Cap and Gown orders.

Tickets for Homecoming are now on sale at the bookstore. The dance will be at the Figge Museum from 7-10 pm on September 30th. Tickets are $15 each and you will need your current student ID to purchase a ticket.

Student Congress will meet this Sunday at 10 am to decorate hallways and common areas for Homecoming. All students are welcome to participate. Please use the entrance on the southwest side across from the tennis courts. We will meet in the cafeteria and you will be assigned an area to decorate.

Attention Juniors:  There will be a brief, float building meeting today at 2:15 in room B207. Please come with your creative ideas for building the winning float in this year’s homecoming parade. If you cannot attend the meeting on Wednesday but are interested in helping out, please see Ms. Breidenbach in room B207 for further details.

If you ordered pictures from Lifetouch, please pick them up during your lunch outside the cafeteria.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, September 19, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Latinos Unidos:  Come to our first meeting today in J322.  We will discuss Homecoming.  Bring a friend.  ¡Adios!

There will be a brief Natural Helpers meeting today immediately after school in the library.  All members are highly encouraged to attend.

The Debate Team will hold its first practice today after school in E215.  Please see Miss Guerdet with any questions.

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

Drama Club is today after school. We will form a Homecoming committee to plan the decorations. Also, congratulations to the students who will be representing Moline at the Illinois Theatre Festival. The list is posted on the Theatre Callboard by the library. If your name is on the list, please stay for Drama Club today to get more information. If your name is not on the list, you may still submit applications. You will be placed on the alternates list. See Mrs. Koski in J210 if you have questions.

Any student interested in joining the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is welcome to join us tomorrow morning at 7:30 am in D137.

Kaleidoscript will meet in B215 @ 3:15 on Thursday. All members please attend.

Crimestoppers will be having a meeting Thursday at 3:15 pm in the cafeteria.

Interact Club will have a meeting Thursday morning at 7:30 in J128.  We will talk about activities taking place during Homecoming Week.

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors who are interested in attending Western Illinois University in the Quad Cities, there will be an Experience WIU QC Field trip October 13th.  You will get breakfast and lunch and tour campus.  Please see your counselor if interested.

SPORTS

Softball will have an informational meeting on Wednesday after school at 2:15 in B307 about Booster Bash tickets, open gyms, and sign-up sheets.

Intramural Sports Disc Golf tournament will be this Wednesday.  If you are wanting a chance to win some visa gift cards make sure you are at Prospect Park Course hole #1 at 4:00.  For more information see the Disc Golf sheet at the Bookstore.

MISC

Early Bird Help: Need help with make-up work, credit recovery, or homework?  The following assistance is available at 7:00 am:  Social Studies on Tuesdays in room B152, English on Wednesdays in room B215, P.E. on Thursdays in the East Gym.

Attention seniors:  The panoramic picture will be taken Thursday, September 21st during Period 2 on the lawn outside the West Gym.  After the picture is taken, please go to the auditorium for information regarding Cap and Gown orders.

Tickets for Homecoming are now on sale at the bookstore. The dance will be at the Figge Museum from 7-10 pm on September 30th. Tickets are $15 each and you will need your current student ID to purchase a ticket.

Student Congress will meet this Sunday at 10 am to decorate hallways and common areas for Homecoming. All students are welcome to participate. Please use the entrance on the southwest side across from the tennis courts. We will meet in the cafeteria and you will be assigned an area to decorate.

Attention Juniors:  There will be a brief, float building meeting Wednesday at 2:15 in room B207. Please come with your creative ideas for building the winning float in this year’s homecoming parade. If you cannot attend the meeting on Wednesday but are interested in helping out, please see Ms. Breidenbach in room B207 for further details.

Thanks to everyone who took part in the “Hats on for Harvey” last Friday.  We raised $160.00 which will be given to the Red Cross for hurricane relief.

 

 

 

Monday, September 18, 2017

The Moline Chess Team will begin practice today immediately after school in room J207.  Anyone interested in chess is welcome to join.  See Mr. Thompson in J207 for more information.

Latinos Unidos:  Come to our first meeting Tuesday in J322.  We will discuss Homecoming.  Bring a friend.  ¡Adios!

There will be a brief Natural Helpers meeting Tuesday immediately after school in the library.  All members are highly encouraged to attend.

The Debate Team will hold its first practice this Tuesday after school in E215.  Please see Miss Guerdet with any questions.

Book Ends, MHS Book Club, will be meeting tomorrow in the library after school. See you then!

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors who are interested in attending Western Illinois University in the Quad Cities, there will be an Experience WIU QC Field trip October 13th.  You will get breakfast and lunch and tour campus.  Please see your counselor if interested.

SPORTS

Softball will have an informational meeting on Wednesday after school at 2:15 in B307 about Booster Bash tickets, open gyms, and sign-up sheets.

Congratulations to the girls swim team and their recent success, including their win over Pekin this past weekend.

MISC

Early Bird Help: Need help with make-up work, credit recovery, or homework?  The following assistance is available at 7:00 am:  Social Studies on Tuesdays in room B152, English on Wednesdays in room B215, P.E. on Thursdays in the East Gym.

Attention seniors:  The panoramic picture will be taken Thursday, September 21st during Period 2 on the lawn outside the West Gym.  After the picture is taken, please go to the auditorium for information regarding Cap and Gown orders.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, September 15, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, September 15, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student-Led Bible Study will hold its first meeting today after school in J227 starting at 3:10. All are welcome!

There will be a Student Congress meeting at 7:30 on Monday morning in E204.

The Moline Chess Team will begin practice on Monday, September 18th immediately after school in room J207.  Anyone interested in chess is welcome to join.  See Mr. Thompson in J207 for more information.

COUNSELING CENTER

Washington University-St Louis Danforth Scholars Program – School staff members can nominate students planning to attend Washington University in St. Louis for the Danforth Scholars Program. Deadline of November 15th.

MHS National Honor Society – Harold P. Griffith Scholar Award – $1,000 four-year renewable scholarship available to MHS NHS senior members. Selection will be based on: scholarship/scholastic achievements; student statement of financial need; student essay; and a staff letter of recommendation. Deadline of January 31st.

Visit the Counseling website for details and applications. Information can also be found on the scholarship bulletin board in the Counseling Center.

SPORTS

Attention all students interested in wrestling for the 2017-2018 school year that are not in a fall sport. Open mats will be Mondays and Wednesdays after school from 3:30 till approximately 4:30.  If you have any questions see coach Ruettiger in C123.

MISC

Winners of Wednesday’s Activities Fair drawing are Jaylen Underwood and Nathan Berthoud. Please see Mrs. Hoover for your gift card! Thank you all for attending and participating!

This is a reminder to all students who bring their lunch to school. Please make sure you stop by your locker BEFORE your fourth hour class to grab your lunch. You will not be permitted to walk through closed hallways once 4th hour starts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, September 14, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, September 14, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices will hold its first meeting today during 3rd period in the Cafeteria. All female students interested in Authentic Voices are welcome to attend.

Kaleidoscript will meet in B215 @ 3:15 today. We have a special visitor. All members, new and old, are invited to attend!

All HOSA members and anyone interested in medicine as a career we will have a meeting today at 3:10 in B318.

Spanish Club will meet today after school in J328.  Everyone is welcome.

There will be a brief History Club meeting today after school in room E214.

There will be a Student Congress meeting at 7:30 on Monday morning in E204.

COUNSELING CENTER

Financial Aid Night is this evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Senior students and parents are encouraged to attend for information on scholarships and the financial aid process. Junior students and parents are welcome to attend as well.

SPORTS

Attention all students interested in wrestling for the 2017-2018 school year that are not in a fall sport. Open mats will be Mondays and Wednesdays after school from 3:30 till approximately 4:30.  If you have any questions see coach Ruettiger in C123.

MISC

Calling all super fans! The cheerleaders want to teach you some chants and cheers for this week’s home game against United Township.  Meet us in the Gymnastics Room (near the West Gym) at 3:05 today.  See you there!

Do you have a lucky hat, a favorite team hat, or a hat that gives you swag?  Donate one dollar for Hurricane Harvey relief and wear your hat this Friday, the 15th.  The Interact Club will be selling stickers for $1.00 today during lunch.  When you donate, you will receive a sticker which must be visible on the front of your hat.  Hats must not disrupt the classroom or learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, September 13, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices will hold its first meeting Thursday during 3rd period in the Cafeteria. All female students interested in Authentic Voices are welcome to attend.

All HOSA members and anyone interested in medicine as a career we will have a meeting Thursday at 3:10 in B318.

Spanish Club will meet Thursday after school in J328.  Everyone is welcome.

There will be a brief History Club meeting Thursday after school in room E214.

COUNSELING CENTER

This is a reminder to Junior students interested in taking the PSAT that priority registration will continue through this Friday.  Cost is $25 and you may sign up in the Counseling Center with either Mrs. Thompson or Mr. Bodeen.

Financial Aid Night is Thursday, September 14th at 7:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Senior students and parents are encouraged to attend for information on scholarships and the financial aid process. Junior students and parents are welcome to attend as well.

Horatio Alger Scholarship – Applicants can receive up to $25,000 for college. Students applying must demonstrate financial need and enroll in a 2 or 4-year College by fall 2018 and must plan to attain a bachelor’s degree. Deadline of October 25th.

 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – 9th-12th grade students who have participated in volunteer activities in the past year can apply for the chance to receive a $1,000 or more award and a trip to Washington, D.C. for their charitable acts. One MHS applicant will be nominated to move forward in the selection process. *If you apply, please notify Ms. Stone in the Counseling Center* Deadline of November 7th.

SPORTS

There will be a meeting today for all boys interested in playing basketball. The meeting will be in room J225 at 11:15.

MISC

Calling all super fans! The cheerleaders want to teach you some chants and cheers for this week’s home game against United Township.  Meet us in the Gymnastics Room (near the West Gym) at 3:05 on Thursday.  See you there!

The theme for Homecoming 2017 is “Journey through the Galaxy.” We will be announcing the details for our Homecoming Decorating contest soon – check out MoTown StuCo on Twitter for details.

Attention Freshmen and Sophomores:  Float building will start on Monday September 25th at the Browning Field shed. Please contact Ms. Welvaert or Ms. Hays with design ideas or general questions.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Float building will start on Monday September 25th in D wing. Please contact Ms. Hafner with design ideas or general questions.

Students will not be permitted to purchase food service if you owe more than $5.00. You may pay this fee in the lunch line.

Maroons, do you want to wear your favorite hat to school this Friday? Participate in the “Hats for Harvey” to raise money for the folks in Texas who are recovering from Hurricane Harvey.  The Interact Club will be selling stickers for $1.00 today and Thursday before school and during lunch. Place the sticker on the front of your hat or on the front of your shirt where it is visible.

At MHS we are welcoming any student to “Sit with us” during lunch. We are team Maroons. Look for the “Sit with us signs” in the cafeteria and meet a few new people.