STUDENT BULLETIN Friday, May 14, 2010
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
A reminder to all those attending the drama banquet: Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m. tonight in the cafeteria!
All those interested in being in the cast for next year’s Fall Play should audition on Tuesday or Wednesday from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Sign Up for auditions as soon as you can in B208.
Attention all Key Club members, please come celebrate a wonderful year of community service next Tuesday, May 18th after school in J307. We will have graduation cake and treats in order to wish our seniors well. Hope to see you all there!
Attention all National Honor Society Members: We need a much stronger response for Birdies for Charity to help the Griffith family fund future scholarships to our seniors. Please stop by the counseling center for a form today. Forms must be returned to Mrs. Ryser before you leave for the summer. Also, senior members need to write a thank you to the Griffith family for their scholarships. You may stop by the counseling center to get the address for Mrs. Griffith.
Contemporaire tryouts will be held May 25-27th. Tuesday and Wednesday will be clinic days. The actual tryout will be on May 27th. If you plan to try out, pick up a permission form in the Athletic Office.
Yearbooks will be distributed in the library on Monday. If you have fines or fees, you won’t be able to pick yours up. Make sure all your fees are paid so you don’t have to wait in line more than once!
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Please make sure you turn in your textbooks to your teacher before your last day of school. DO NOT give your books to someone else to turn in or leave them on the teacher’s desk. The only way to make sure you do not get charged for them is to personally hand them to your teacher!
All elevator keys must be returned to the clinic before leaving for the summer. Also, all medication must be picked up by a parent or guardian before the end of the school year or it will be discarded.
Seniors planning to attend college must sign for final transcripts. Do so in the registrar’s office.
The MHS Art staff would like to thank the student body, staff, and custodial staff for making this year’s art show a huge success. We especially want to thank the students for their cooperation and manners while viewing the show. Congratulations to all students who displayed work. You are why MHS is the number 1 art program in the Quad Cities and one of the top in the State of Illinois. Everyone who attended the show said it was our best ever! Go Maroons!