Tuesday, October 31, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, October 31, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Spanish Club will meet this Thursday in room J328. We will watch the Book of Life.  Sign up by your Spanish room to bring snacks and drinks to share.

Crimestoppers t-shirt order forms are available at the bookstore and in Detective Brownell’s office.  Please return form with payment to Detective Brownell.

The MHS Food Service Committee will be meeting again on Thursday, November 2nd in room B128 from 3:00-3:45.  All former members and any new members are encouraged to attend!

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors who are going on the Black Hawk College field trip tomorrow:  You will need to be at Black Hawk College Building 3 in the gymnasium at 8:30 a.m.  If you are taking the bus, you will need to be at the “M” in front of the school at 8:10 a.m.  We will leave at that time.

Trinity College of Nursing and Health Sciences will have an Open House on Tuesday, November 14th from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M.  If you plan on attending, please come to the Counseling Center to sign up.

If you would like to raise money for Share Joys, dress up in costumes, and eat donuts, please come to a very brief meeting to register your Donut Eating Teams on Thursday, Nov. 2nd at 3:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center.

National Honor Society Members:  The Share Joys Kickoff meeting for NHS has been changed to Monday, Nov. 6th at 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria.  We will be organizing our committees and voting on a theme for Share Joys.

The Moline Armed Forces club is meeting this Thursday at 3:15 in Room E216. They have a guest speaker lined up to talk about the college benefits of the military. Anyone interested in joining is encouraged to attend. Hoo-ra

Attention all students, we need your help identifying students who would benefit from a training offered at MHS.  Please take 30 seconds to check your school email and answer the three questions on the Social/Emotional Support survey.

SPORTS

Turkey season is starting…Girls; please see Coach Woods in the Counseling Center if you are interested in being part of the Bowling Team this year.

Anyone interested in coming out for Boys Swimming and Diving is asked to attend a preseason meeting on Wednesday, November 1st right after school.  The meeting will take place at the pool.  This meeting will outline the practice schedule for the upcoming season as well as key dates including order deadlines for team suits.

MISC

Visit the Moline Public Library for After School Fun tomorrow for a variety of games, crafts and other activities from noon to 3:00.

Student Hunger Drive shirts are still on sale at the bookstore.  Buy one shirt; get a 2nd shirt free, while they last.

Remember that the 2nd period can competition ends this Friday.  You CAN make a difference!

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Monday, October 30, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, October 30, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

No Gamer’s Club today.  See you next Monday, November 6th.

Spanish Club will meet this Thursday, November 2nd in room J328. We will watch the Book of Life.  Sign up by your Spanish room to bring snacks and drinks to share.

COUNSELING CENTER

Congratulations to our first “Road to College and Career” gift card winner, Lily Glackin! Please stop by the Counseling Center to get your prize. Remember seniors, you too can be a winner. All you have to do is check in with your counselor and show them how you’ve made progress down the road to your college or career.

Better Business Bureau’s Student of Integrity Scholarship – Moline High School seniors can apply for a $2,500 scholarship. Only one MHS senior will be selected. See Ms. Stone in the Counseling Center if you would like to apply. Deadline of December 18th.

University of Illinois College of ACES Scholarships – Two $2,500 scholarships available to senior students planning to attend University of Illinois College of ACES in Champaign-Urbana. Deadline of December 1st. Visit the Counseling Website for details and an application.

RaiseMe is offering micro-scholarships to seniors for completing the FAFSA and scholarship money for students who have taken the PSAT. Visit the Counseling Website’s scholarship page for a link to RaiseMe.

Trinity College of Nursing and Health Sciences will have an Open House on Tuesday, November 14th from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M.  If you plan on attending, please come to the Counseling Center to sign up.

If you would like to raise money for Share Joys, dress up in costumes, and eat donuts, please come to a very brief meeting to register your Donut Eating Teams on Thursday, Nov. 2nd at 3:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center.

SPORTS

Bowling season is starting…Girls; please see Coach Woods in the Counseling Center if you are interested in being part of the Bowling Team this year.

MISC

Writers are invited to a NaNoWriMo kick-off party at the Moline Public Library at 6:00 tonight. Meet other writers, set your goals, and get ready to write a novel in a month.

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.

Thanks to all players and fans that battled the cold to play and watch the Powder Puff game.  The freshman beat the sophomores, and the seniors beat the juniors.  All good fun to raise money for the Student Hunger Drive!

The 2nd period can competition will end on Friday of this week.  At last count, Mr. Bohnsack’s class was in first place, followed by Ms. Replinger’s and Ms. Kim Anderson’s class.  If you have been putting off donating food, now is the time to bring in cans and help your class win a breakfast pizza party!

 

Thursday, October 26, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, October 26, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

History Club will have a meeting today after school in Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.  With Veteran’s Day fast approaching, all members should try to be there.  Any student who knows a veteran that would be willing to speak is encouraged to come to the meeting.

All those interested in working crew for the musical, should meet Thursday at 3:05 in room J210 to discuss responsibilities and schedules. See Mrs. Koski if you cannot attend this fifteen-minute crew meeting.

On Monday, Moline High School will host Fresh Films in a film assembly during periods 6 and 7.  If you are interested in film making, digital art, sound engineering, or acting, consider attending the event. See your English teacher for a Fresh Films Assembly permission slip so you can join us on Monday.

COUNSELING CENTER

Anyone looking for a part time job:  The Viking Club is looking for someone to work their air fryer.  It would be a couple of nights a week and some weekends.  See Mr. Woods for more information.

SPORTS

Come support Moline Football on Saturday, October 28th at 4:00 pm.  Moline will be hosting the playoff game against Mt. Carmel at Browning Field.  Your Student Activity card will NOT get you into the playoff game.  This is an IHSA event, all tickets are $5.00.  No passes, activity tickets, or season tickets are allowed.  All seats are general admission.

Immediately following Moline’s football playoff game on Saturday, we will have the Powder Puff game.  Freshmen and sophomores will start 30 minutes after the playoff game.  Juniors and seniors will follow the freshmen and sophomore game.  Not only do we have great football players, we also have some great powder puff players.  Admission is 2.00 or 4 canned goods for the Student Hunger Drive.

The intramural events have been going strong this season.  It is now time for the basketball season to kick off.  The forms are at the bookstore and will be due before the end of school on Nov 9th.  The first 8 teams that have 5 individuals paid are in.  Do not delay!  Players can be added up until Dec 1st but you must be paid before you can play.  Please see the bookstore for more information and to turn in your team forms.

MISC

The Student Led Help Desk layout has some changes beginning this week:

If your machine is lost/stolen or broken go to the Help Desk in room B224.   If you need to charge your machine or borrow machines (while yours is charging) go to the Library Media Center in B225. Come prepared to class with your device charged. Lack of preparation will result in disciplinary action.  In an emergency situation you may charge your device in the Media Center, during a period when you will not need it. This will not count against you.   Let’s go Maroons. Plan ahead and come prepared to learn.

Writers are invited to a NaNoWriMo kick-off party at the Moline Public Library on Monday, October 30th at 6:00 pm.  Meet other writers, set your goals, and get ready to write a novel in a month.

As of last Friday, these are the leaders in the 2nd period Hunger Drive competition:

3rd place is Miss Kim Anderson’s class with 54.3 pounds

2nd place is Miss Stacey Replinger’s class with 69.4 pounds

1st place is Mr. Joel Bohnsack’s class with 170.9 pounds

This competition will go through Friday, November 3rd.  Please get involved and collect cans. Go out and trick-or-treat for cans in your neighborhood and bring the cans in to help your class win.

 

 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, October 25, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

History Club will have a meeting this Thursday after school in Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.  With Veteran’s Day fast approaching, all members should try to be there.  Any student who knows a veteran that would be willing to speak is encouraged to come to the meeting.

The Young Women United USA will meet today directly after school in the Library for an informational meeting.  All are welcome.

Interact Club will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30 am in room J128.

All those interested in working crew for the musical, should meet Thursday at 3:05 in room J210 to discuss responsibilities and schedules. See Mrs. Koski if you cannot attend this fifteen-minute crew meeting.

On Monday, Moline High School will host Fresh Films in a film assembly during periods 6 and 7.  If you are interested in film making, digital art, sound engineering, or acting, consider attending the event. See your English teacher for a Fresh Films Assembly permission slip so you can join us on Monday.

COUNSELING CENTER

Anyone looking for a part time job:  The Viking Club is looking for someone to work their air fryer.  It would be a couple nights a week and some weekends.  See Mr. Woods for more information.

SPORTS

Come support Moline Football on Saturday, October 28th at 4:00 pm.  Moline will be hosting the playoff game against Mt. Carmel at Browning Field.  Your Student Activity card will NOT get you into the playoff game.  This is an IHSA event, all tickets are $5.00.  No passes, activity tickets, or season tickets are allowed.  All seats are general admission.

Immediately following Moline’s playoff game on Saturday, we will have the Powder Puff game.  Freshmen and sophomores will start 30 minutes after the playoff game.  Juniors and seniors will follow the freshmen and sophomore game.  Not only do we have great football players, we also have some great powder puff players.  Admission is 2.00 or 4 canned goods for the Student Hunger Drive.

The intramural events have been going strong this season.  It is now time for the basketball season to kick off.  The forms are at the bookstore and will be due before the end of school on Nov 9th.  The first 8 teams that have 5 individuals paid are in.  Do not delay!  Players can be added up until Dec 1st but you must be paid before you can play.  Please see the bookstore for more information and to turn in your team forms.

MISC

The Student Led Help Desk layout has some changes beginning this week.

If your machine is lost/stolen or broken go to the Help Desk in room B224.

If you need to charge your machine or borrow machines (while yours is charging) go to the Library Media Center in B225.

Come prepared to class with your device charged. The third time you check out a loaner you will receive a referral to the dean’s office.

In an emergency situation you may charge your device in the Media Center, during a period when you will not need it. This will not count against you.

Let’s go Maroons. Plan ahead and come prepared to learn.

Freshman Students of the Week are:

Samuel Menke

Mary Stock

Yasmin Pannell

Luis Flores

Alondra Alegre

Isabella Blanford

Brendon Mosley

Colton Deagan

Zach Schafer

Congratulations to these students!

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, October 24, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

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

Authentic Voices will be meeting Tuesday, October 31st in E204 during 2nd and 3rd period. Members may attend only one of the meetings.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

Come support Moline Football on Saturday, October 28th at 4:00 pm.  Moline will be hosting the playoff game against Mt. Carmel at Browning Field.  Your Student Activity card will NOT get you into the playoff game.  This is an IHSA event, all tickets are $5.00.  No passes, activity tickets, or season tickets are allowed.  All seats are general admission.

Any girls interested in trying out for girls’ basketball, there will be a short meeting today after school in the West Gym.

MISC

Empty Bowls is tonight from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the MHS Cafeteria.  Come out and sample soups and breads donated by local restaurants.  Donation is $5.00 for students, $10.00 for adults and $15.00 per family.  All proceeds go to the MHS Student Hunger Drive efforts!

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.

Monday, October 23, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, October 23, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices Board Meeting will be today during 3rd period in B128.

All Powder Puff players and coaches: There will be a brief meeting today at 3:10 in room B318. It is important that everyone attends.

Attention Drama Club members. There will be a Drama Club meeting after school on Tuesday in the auditorium. If you are going to Theatre Festival, please attend this Drama Club meeting to go over details with Mrs. Koski. If you are going to Festival but you cannot attend Drama Club, see Mrs. Koski in J210.  Also, crew applications for the musical, CHICAGO, are available by the choir room or on the Theatre Callboard by the library.

All HOSA members: There will be a meeting Tuesday at 3:10 in room B318. Please be prompt.

COUNSELING CENTER

National Honor Society members who signed up to volunteer at Empty Bowls on Tuesday, Oct. 24th:  You should receive a note today with your assignment for Tuesday night.  Please come to the Counseling Center today to confirm your assignment with Mrs. Ryser or Mrs. Thompson.

SPORTS

MISC

Empty Bowls is Tuesday, October 24th, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the MHS Cafeteria.  Come out and sample soups and breads donated by local restaurants.  Donation is $5.00 for students, $10.00 for adults and $15.00 per family.  All proceeds go to the MHS Student Hunger Drive efforts!

 

Need help with makeup work, credit recovery, or homework?  Assistance is available at 7:00 a.m. on the following days:  Science meets on Mondays in room E305, Social Studies meets on Tuesdays in room B152, English meets on Wednesdays in room B215, Physical Education meets on Thursdays in the East Gym, and Math meets on Fridays in room B152.

Friday, October 20, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, October 20, 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 Theatre Festival participants. The remaining forms and funds are due to Mrs. Koski today. If you have not turned in your money, please talk with Mrs. Koski today in J210 or Remind Messaging.

COUNSELING CENTER

National Honor Society members who signed up to volunteer at Empty Bowls on Tuesday, Oct. 24th:  You should receive a note today with your assignment for Tuesday night.  Please come to the Counseling Center today to confirm your assignment with Mrs. Ryser or Mrs. Thompson.

SPORTS

Show your school spirit and cheer on the MHS football team at the Pep Assembly for the State Football Pairings at Wharton Field House on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 pm. Admission is free. Bring a can of food or $1.00 to support the MHS Student Hunger Drive. Hope to see you all there. Go Maroons! Concessions will be available.

MISC

For a limited time while shirts last, when you buy a Student Hunger Drive shirt for $10, you will get a free Quad Cities Hunger Drive shirt as a bonus.  This deal is good until the blue Quad City Hunger Drive shirts run out.  All proceeds go toward the Student Hunger Drive.

The Empty Bowls event occurs next Tuesday, October 24th, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the MHS Cafeteria.  Come out and sample soups and breads donated by local restaurants.  This is a major event for the Hunger Drive and over the last 7 years, has risen over $23,000.

This is a reminder that today is the last day to purchase yearbooks for $42.00.  Starting on Monday, October 23rd the yearbooks will be $47.00.

 

Thursday, October 19, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, October 19, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There will be a brief Spanish Club meeting today after school in J328.  We will decide on our next activity.

The Sports Unlimited Club is having Halloween-themed activities in the Gymnastics Room (by the West gym) right after school today until 4:00.  All Sports Unlimited members are invited and encouraged to join the fun!

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

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

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

Show your school spirit and cheer on the MHS football team at the Pep Assembly for the State Football Pairings at Wharton Field House on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 pm. Admission is free. Bring a can of food or $1.00 to support the MHS Student Hunger Drive. Hope to see you all there. Go Maroons! Concessions will be available. 

MISC

For a limited time while shirts last, when you buy a Student Hunger Drive shirt for $10, you will get a free Quad Cities Hunger Drive shirt as a bonus.  This deal is good until the blue Quad City Hunger Drive shirts run out.  All proceeds go toward the Student Hunger Drive.

Please remember that a 2nd hour competition is going on to see which class collects the most cans.  The winner will be determined by the weight of cans collected.  Last year each student at Moline High School gave 13 pounds of food, on average.  Have you raised 13 pounds?  Ask your neighbors, your aunts and uncles, your grandma.  You’ll be surprised how generous people are!

The Empty Bowls event occurs next Tuesday, October 24th, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the MHS Cafeteria.  Come out and sample soups and breads donated by local restaurants.  This is a major event for the Hunger Drive and over the last 7 years, has risen over $23,000.

Attention students who auditioned for Chicago: Call Backs are today from 3:30 – 5:30 in the choir room. Please see the list outside the choir room to see if you have been called back. Students are to wear clothes that are appropriate for dancing and are comfortable. No jeans, please. See Ms. Callahan with any questions.

This is a reminder that tomorrow is the last day to purchase yearbooks for $42.00.  Starting on Monday, October 23rd  the yearbooks will be $47.00.

 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, October 18, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There will be a brief Spanish Club meeting Thursday after school in J328.  We will decide on our next activity.

The Sports Unlimited Club is having Halloween-themed activities in the Gymnastics Room (by the West gym) right after school until 4:00 tomorrow.  All Sports Unlimited members are invited and encouraged to join the fun!

All HOSA members:  We will have a meeting Thursday at 3:10 in room B318

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors who are interested in attending Black Hawk College:  You should have received a permission form for our field trip to BH College on Nov. 1st.  Signed permission forms are due to the Counseling Center no later than Friday, Oct. 20th at 3:00 p.m.

Quad City Engineering and Science Council Scholarship – There are multiple one-time scholarships between $1,000-$3,000 and available to high school seniors pursuing a STEM degree at a 4 year university. Deadline of January 23rd.

GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship – $10,000 renewable scholarship open to seniors who demonstrate exceptional leadership, drive, integrity and citizenship. Applicants must have minimum GPA of 3.0. Deadline of January 4th.

SPORTS

Show your school spirit and cheer on the MHS football team at the Pep Assembly for the State Football Pairings at Wharton Field House on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 pm. Admission is free. Bring a can of food or $1.00 to support the MHS Student Hunger Drive. Hope to see you all there. Go Maroons! Concessions will be available.

MISC

All students issued a Chromebook must come to school prepared for classes, with this device fully charged daily.  Charging stations are available during the school day in the library and 1st period in the cafeteria.

The Physical Education department is looking for certified lifeguards.  If you have your certification card and are interested in being a lifeguard for the swimming classes, please see any Physical Education teacher.

For a limited time while shirts last, when you buy a Student Hunger Drive shirt for $10, you will get a free Quad Cities Hunger Drive shirt as a bonus.  This deal is good until the blue Quad City Hunger Drive shirts run out.  All proceeds go toward the Student Hunger Drive.

Please remember that a 2nd hour competition is going on to see which class collects the most cans.  The winner will be determined by the weight of cans collected.  Last year each student at Moline High School gave 13 pounds of food, on average.  Have you raised 13 pounds?  Ask your neighbors, your aunts and uncles, your grandma.  You’ll be surprised how generous people are!

The Empty Bowls event occurs next Tuesday, October 24th, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the MHS Cafeteria.  Come out and sample soups and breads donated by local restaurants.  This is a major event for the Hunger Drive and over the last 7 years, has risen over $23,000.

 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, October 17, 2017

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

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

Drama Club is today after school. We will discuss upcoming shows, theatre festival, and trivia night. See you in the auditorium after school. If you haven’t been to Drama Club yet, but are interested in joining, you are always welcome.

Authentic Voices Meeting will be today in B327 during 2nd and 5th period. Members may attend one of the meetings.

There will be a brief Spanish Club meeting Thursday after school in J328.  We will decide on our next activity.

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors who are interested in attending Black Hawk College:  You should have received a permission form for our field trip to BH College on Nov. 1st.  Signed permission forms are due to the Counseling Center no later than Friday, Oct. 20th at 3:00 p.m.

SPORTS

Show your school spirit and cheer on the MHS football team at the Pep Assembly for the State Football Pairings at Wharton Field House on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 pm. Admission is free. Bring a can of food or $1.00 to support the MHS Student Hunger Drive. Hope to see you all there. Go Maroons! Concessions will be available.

Intramural Volley-Tennis forms have been extended until today at 1 PM.  The event is this Wednesday and all forms are at the bookstore.

MISC

All students issued a Chromebook must come to school prepared for classes, with this device fully charged daily.  Charging stations are available during the school day in the library and 1st period in the cafeteria.

On Saturday, October 14th, the MHS JV Academic Team competed in the IHSSBCA Novice Tournament in Winnebago, IL. Congratulations to Vamsi Regalla, Landon Reed, and Grace Wickwire on their 3rd, 6th, and 10th place individual finishes!

Congratulations to Mahliek Webb-Morgan who came within one with his guess for the Library Media candy jar and took home all the candy! The Teen Read Week displays are still up. We want your input on what to add to the Maker Station, what you like or wish to add to our Library Media Center, and what authors you would like to have visit. Please, stop in to give your input!

The Physical Education department is looking for certified lifeguards.  If you have your certification card and are interested in lifeguarding the swimming classes, please see any Physical Education teacher.