STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, March 31, 2016
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
There will be a meeting of the Gay Straight Alliance in the Media Center after school Friday. Fundraising materials will be distributed. If you cannot attend, but want to help with the fundraiser, see Mrs. Cook Gregory in E311 or Mrs. Mesick in the Media Center.
This is a reminder to all senior students that John Cervantes Scholarship is due this Friday, April 1st. This scholarship is worth $4000 and is open to MHS students only. Applications may be accessed from the counseling website.
Juniors–If you are interested in going to a summer program at the U.S. Naval Academy, please come to the Counseling Center for more information.
Students who are 16 years of age and are interested in a Science and Engineering Apprentice Program offered by the Arsenal this summer, please come to the Counseling Center for more information.
Seniors planning to attend Black Hawk College next fall: Please come to the Counseling Center to sign up for a time to meet with BHC and ISAC representatives Gabi Hurtado and Monica Hill on Friday April 8th at MHS. Advising for next year will take place beginning in April, so it is important that you complete all of the steps to enrollment.
Attention all seniors: The Business and Technology Department Honors list has been posted outside the classrooms of Business teachers on B-Wing 3rd floor. Seniors earning 5 semesters of A grades in Business and Technology classes are eligible for department honors. If you have questions please ask any Business and Technology teacher.
The Social Studies Departmental Honors List is posted outside room E217. See Mr. Ehlers if you have any questions.
For the first time MHS will host a Dance Marathon on April 15th to benefit the Iowa Children’s Hospital. Posters are hung up around the building with a QR code you scan to sign up. Registration is $10 and all money goes to the Iowa Children’s Hospital.
If anyone is interested in the student bookstore worker position starting this summer – Please stop by the bookstore and pick up an application.
The Moline Public Library will host a MaKey MaKey workshop tonight at 6:00. Sign up to learn how to turn everyday objects into game controllers, music makers, and more.