Wednesday, January 31, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, January 31, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention all Kaleidoscript members: We are meeting on Thursday and we have our yearbook photo as well. Please be in room B215 @ 3:15 after school so we can be ready for our session. Our meeting will continue after yearbook is done. If you haven’t picked up the calendar outside of Mrs. MacLennan’s room, please do so.

There will be a short planning meeting for Spanish Club on Thursday in room J328.  We will be planning the activities for our meeting next week.

The Random Acts of Kindness club is meeting Monday, February 5th at 3:05 in B217. The Yearbook staff will be there to take the club photo.

COUNSELING CENTER

Attention all sophomores–Your online scheduling in Skyward for next year must be completed by Friday, February 2nd.  Your scheduling sheet, course catalog, and scheduling directions are in your school gmail account.  Please put your printed course requests or junior scheduling sheet in your counselor’s folder in the box in the Counseling Center as soon as you are finished.

SPORTS

If you are planning to attend the Moline vs. Rock Island basketball game this Friday night, be sure and bring your student ID.  If you do not have your student ID, you will be charged for an adult ticket.

Intramural Sports:  The playoff bracket has been posted outside of the bookstore.  Please check the times for your team’s games.  Two fans will be selected at halftime of the championship game for a chance to win a gift card if a 3 point basket is made.

MISC

Attention all Habitat for Humanity volunteers. There will be a meeting Thursday after period 6 in the Library for those who don’t have period 7 and then again after school in the Library. This is a quick meeting discussing a future build in March. All interested please attend.

Bring your blankets and pillows for our winter movie night.  MHS students are all invited to the cafeteria Thursday night February 15th at 7:00 to watch the new release “Wonder” hosted by RAK and Natural Helpers. Put it on your calendars now.  It’s free to all students!

 

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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, January 30, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

MHS Book Ends will be having yearbook pictures taken right after school today in the library. See you there!

Attention French Club members or any students who would like to be French Club Members:  Mardi Gras is on Tuesday, February 13th.  We are going to have a party after school that day.  Come to the planning meeting today after school in Ms. Ciucci’s room, J323.

Attention all Kaleidoscript members: We are meeting this Thursday and we have our yearbook photo as well. Please be in room B215 @ 3:15 after school so we can be ready for our session. Our meeting will continue after yearbook is done. If you haven’t picked up the calendar outside of Mrs. MacLennan’s room, please do so.

There will be a short planning meeting for Spanish Club this Thursday in room J328.  We will be planning the activities for our meeting next week.

The Random Acts of Kindness club is meeting Monday, February 5th at 3:05 in B217. The Yearbook staff will be there to take the club photo.

COUNSELING CENTER

National Honor Society Seniors:  Your picture for the yearbook will be taken on Thursday, Feb. 1st at 3:05 p.m. in the cafeteria.

Attention all sophomores–Your online scheduling in Skyward for next year must be completed by Friday, February 2nd.  Your scheduling sheet, course catalog, and scheduling directions are in your school gmail account.  Please put your printed course requests or junior scheduling sheet in your counselor’s folder in the box in the Counseling Center as soon as you are finished.

SPORTS

Any student interested in participating in a spring sport must see Mrs.Valladares in the Athletic Office to ensure you have current physical and parent permission forms on file.  You cannot participate in a tryout or a practice if you do not have the proper documents.

Intramural Sports:  The playoff bracket has been posted outside of the bookstore.  Please check the times for your team’s games.  Two fans will be selected at halftime of the championship game for a chance to win a gift card if a 3 point basket is made.

MISC

Attention all Habitat for Humanity volunteers. There will be a meeting Thursday after period 6 in the Library for those who don’t have period 7 and then again after school in the Library. This is a quick meeting discussing a future build in March. All interested please attend.

Bring your blankets and pillows for our winter movie night! MHS students are all invited to the cafeteria Thursday night February 15th at 7:00 to watch the new release “Wonder” hosted by RAK and Natural Helpers. Put it on your calendars now.  It’s free to all students!

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

Monday, January 29, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, January 29, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention students attending the Circa 21 Theatre Workshop on Tuesday: Please talk with your teachers about makeup work. On Tuesday, check in with your first period teacher, and then meet at the M by 8:10. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Koski in J210 today.

Authentic Voices will meet on Tuesday during periods 2 and 3 in room E204.

Attention French Club members or any students who would like to be French Club members:  Mardi Gras is on Tuesday, February 13th.  We are going to have a party after school that day.  Come to the planning meeting on Tuesday after school in Ms. Ciucci’s room, J323.

Attention yearbook staff:  Today after school is a work night for the yearbook.  Please come to the publication’s office and be prepared to work on your pages.  If you have any questions, see Ms. Hafner.

Attention all Kaleidoscript members: We are meeting this Thursday and we have our yearbook photo as well. Please be in room B215 @ 3:15 after school so we can be ready for our session. Our meeting will continue after yearbook is done. If you haven’t picked up the calendar outside of Mrs. MacLennan’s room, please do so.

COUNSELING CENTER

National Honor Society Seniors:  Your picture for the yearbook will be taken on Thursday, Feb. 1st at 3:05 p.m. in the cafeteria.

SPORTS

Any student interested in participating in a spring sport must see Mrs.Valladares in the Athletic Office to ensure you have current physical and parent permission forms on file.  You cannot participate in a tryout or a practice if you do not have the proper documents.

MISC

In honor of African American History Month, T3 Productions presents Miss Quad Cities Black History Pageant.  The date of the pageant is February 17th at 7:00 pm.  For more information on this event, come to the main office.

CALLING ALL STUDENTS The Polar Plunge is a unique way to unite your school and support a cool cause! Assemble a team of your fellow students and compete against neighboring schools as part of the Cool School Challenge or participate as an individual plunger.

The Polar Plunge 2018 will be held at Wick’s Lake on March 25, 2018.  In a nutshell, participants collect a minimum of $100 in pledges from friends, family and co-workers, in exchange for jumping into icy waters in the middle of winter. All proceeds collected by Plungers benefit Special Olympics Illinois athletes. If interested, please stop by the gymnastics gym on Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 3:15pm for more information.

Attention all Habitat for Humanity volunteers. There will be a meeting Thursday after period 6 in the Library for those who don’t have period 7 and then again after school in the Library. This is a quick meeting discussing a future build in March. All interested please attend.

The Moline Chess team is going to state!  The team qualified for state Saturday at the Rockford Sectional and will compete at state for the 13th straight year.  Congratulations to team members Brandon Schell, Edgar Rosales, Lennon West, Jacob Powell, Chris Dawson, Alex Celado, Xavier Slininger, Anish Gurung, Logan Scranton, and Savannah Hampton.

Friday, January 26, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, January 26, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices will meet on Tuesday, January 30th during periods 2 and 3 in room E204.

Attention French Club members or any students who would like to be French Club members:  Mardi Gras is on Tuesday, February 13th.  We are going to have a party after school that day.  Come to the planning meeting on Tuesday, January 30th after school in Ms. Ciucci’s room, J323.

Every Friday after school the Genders and Sexualities Alliance meets in the Library Media Center. This is a safe, non-judgmental environment to socialize with friends. All are welcome!

Attention yearbook staff:  Monday after school is a work night for the yearbook.  Please come to the publication’s office and be prepared to work on your pages.  If you have any questions, see Ms. Hafner.

COUNSELING CENTER

 SPORTS

MISC

Any student that has a Facultative Study Hall must attend the study hall, unless a parent has called the Attendance Office and given express permission otherwise. Students absent from these study halls, without parent permission, will be marked truant for that period.

If you’re looking for a fun event tonight, listen up. The ComedySportz High School League plays their first match tonight at Davenport West High School.  It’s an hour of improv comedy, fighting for your laughs.  It’s tonight at 7:00 pm and tickets are only $5. See Mrs. Koski in J210 if you have questions.

In honor of African American History Month, T3 Productions presents Miss Quad Cities Black History Pageant.  The date of the pageant is February 17th at 7:00 pm.  For more information on this event, come to the main office.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, January 25, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

The Interact Club will be meeting today at 3:05 in J128.  Gary Francque will be talking about youth leadership conference opportunities.

History Club will have a meeting today after school in Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.

COUNSELING CENTER

American Power Systems’ Thomas K. Evans Memorial Scholarship – Open to students entering an accredited college in fall 2018 that plan to major in science, technology, engineering or math. Deadline of May 1st.

SPORTS

MISC

Any student that has a Facultative Study Hall must attend the study hall, unless a parent has called the Attendance Office and given express permission otherwise. Students absent from these study halls, without parent permission, will be marked truant for that period.

Would you LOVE to visit other countries to learn about cultures, and foods and to see for yourself some of the places you learn about here at MHS? Join us for a trip to Paris, Rome, Florence, Pompeii, and Capri during the summer of 2019. There will be a parent/student meeting in the Library Media Center tonight at 6:30pm to hear the details of the trip, plan financial assistance, and learn how to register for this once in a lifetime experience. See Mrs. Mesick or Ms. Ciucci with any questions.

If you’re looking for a fun event this Friday, listen up. If you have to babysit your little siblings, take them someplace you’ll all have fun. The ComedySportz High School League plays their first match this Friday at Davenport West. It’s an hour of improv comedy, fighting for your laughs. We need you to cheer the team on. Come to ComedySportz on Friday at 7:00 pm at Davenport West High School.  Tickets are only $5. See Mrs. Koski in J210 if you have questions.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, January 24, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

There will be an Interact Club meeting on Thursday at 3:05 in room J128.  Gary Francque will be talking about opportunities to attend the RYLA leadership conference.

History Club will have a meeting this Thursday after school in Mr. Lamphier’s room, E214.

COUNSELING CENTER

Paul A. Peterson Computer Science Scholarship – Applicants must plan to attend a Midwest vocational school, technical school, junior college or 4-year university and major in computer studies. Deadline of April 6th.

Student-View Scholarship – $11,000 worth of scholarships open to high school seniors who plan to attend a 4-year college, community/junior college or career school. Deadline of April 22nd.

Doric Lodge #19 Masonic Scholarship – $500 scholarship open to students planning to attend an accredited Illinois college or vocational school. Deadline of April 30th.

SPORTS

MISC

Part of the mission statement of Moline District 40 is to help our students become global citizens. Would you LOVE to visit other countries to learn about cultures, and foods and to see for yourself some of the places you learn about here at MHS? Join us for a trip to Paris, Rome, Florence, Pompeii, and Capri during the summer of 2019. There will be a parent/student meeting in the Library Media Center on Thursday, January 25th at 6:30pm to hear the details of the trip, plan financial assistance, and learn how to register for this once in a lifetime experience. See Mrs. Mesick or Ms. Ciucci with any questions.

Reminder to students:  Coats, jackets, and book bags are to be kept in your lockers during the school day.

If you’re looking for a fun event this Friday, listen up.  If you have to babysit your little siblings, take them someplace you’ll all have fun.  The ComedySportz High School League plays their first match this Friday at Davenport West.  It’s an hour of improv comedy, fighting for your laughs.  We need you to cheer the team on. Come to ComedySportz on Friday at 7:00 pm at Davenport West High School.  Tickets are only $5.  See Mrs. Koski in J210 if you have questions.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, January 23, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Attention Line O’Type reporters:  If you were assigned a story for this month’s issue of the newspaper, this is a reminder that all stories are due today by 5 pm.  Please be sure that you have shared your story with your editor by that time.  If you have questions or concerns about your deadline, please speak with your editor ASAP or see Mrs. Norcross in B206.

The Moline Medical Association is hosting a neurosurgeon today at 3:10 in room B318. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Sports Unlimited Club will be having kickball activities in the gymnastics room today right after school.  All members are encouraged to attend.  Sports Unlimited is a club by students, for students.  We look forward to seeing you there!

There will be an Interact Club meeting Thursday at 3:05 in room J128.  Gary Francque will be talking about opportunities to attend the RYLA leadership conference.

COUNSELING CENTER

Sophomores–Tomorrow Wednesday, January 24th you will attend a scheduling presentation in the cafeteria to get started on scheduling for your junior year.  If your last name begins with A-K, you will check in with your period 2 teachers, and then go to the cafeteria.  If your last name begins with L–Z, you will check in with your per. 6 teachers, and then go to the cafeteria.  Please bring your Chromebooks.

Foster’s Voice Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Applicants must plan to have a career in a helping profession. Deadline of March 9th.

The Dean Ritter Trust for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Scholarships are available from $1,000 to $8,000 each. Applicants must have significant hearing loss in one or both ears. Deadline of March 23rd.

Midwest Great Lakes Regional Lee J. Brockway Scholarship – $1,000 award open to students intending to enroll in a field related to educational facility planning and design such as engineering, education, architecture, interior design, facility planning and construction management. Deadline of March 30th.

SPORTS

Girls Track members and anyone interested in Track:  There will be a meeting today at 3:10 in room J313.  We will have a short conditioning session after the meeting.

MISC

Auditions for the Winter Play are today.  All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Find info on the Drama Board near the library. If you have questions, see Mrs. Koski in room J210. If you’re interested in auditioning, but don’t have a monologue, there will be samples available for you to read, so just show up today in the choir room by the West Gym.

Part of the mission statement of Moline District 40 is to help our students become global citizens. Would you LOVE to visit other countries to learn about cultures, and foods and to see for yourself some of the places you learn about here at MHS? Join us for a trip to Paris, Rome, Florence, Pompeii, and Capri during the summer of 2019. There will be a parent/student meeting in the Library Media Center on Thursday, January 25th at 6:30pm to hear the details of the trip, plan financial assistance, and learn how to register for this once in a lifetime experience. See Mrs. Mesick or Ms. Ciucci with any questions.

Monday, January 22, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, January 22, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

The Gamers Club will meet today after school in the cafeteria until 4:15.

The Moline Medical Association is hosting a neurosurgeon on Tuesday at 3:10 in room B318. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The Sports Unlimited Club will be having kickball activities in the gymnastics room tomorrow right after school.  All members are encouraged to attend.  Sports Unlimited is a club by students, for students.  We look forward to seeing you there!

There will be a Ping Pong Club informational meeting Tuesday morning at 7:40 in room J128.

There will be an Interact Club meeting Thursday at 3:05 in room J128.  Mr. Francque will be talking about opportunities to attend the RYLA leadership conference.

COUNSELING CENTER

St. Patrick Society Scholarship – $1,000 scholarship open to students seeking postsecondary education. Applicants must be related to a member of St. Patrick Society. The deadline is February 21st.

Illinois-Iowa American Chemical Society’s Donald Kiser Memorial Scholarship – One-year, non-renewable merit based award in the amount of $1,000. Applicants must pursue studies in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering.  The deadline is March 1st.

Moline Foundation Scholarships – Over 38 scholarships are open to high school seniors through the Moline Foundation.  Applicants should apply online at www.molinefoundation.org.  This has a deadline of March 16th.  Visit the Counseling website for a direct link.

SPORTS

Girls Track members and anyone interested in Track:  There will be a meeting on Tuesday at 3:10 in room J313.  We will have a short conditioning session after the meeting.

MISC

Auditions for the Winter Play are today and tomorrow. All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Find info on the Drama Board near the library. If you have questions, see Mrs. Koski in room J210. If you’re interested in auditioning, but don’t have a monologue, there will be samples available for you to read, so just show up today or tomorrow in the choir room by the west gym.

Part of the mission statement of Moline District 40 is to help our students become global citizens. Would you LOVE to visit other countries to learn about cultures, and foods and to see for yourself some of the places you learn about here at MHS? Join us for a trip to Paris, Rome, Florence, Pompeii, and Capri during the summer of 2019. There will be a parent/student meeting in the Library Media Center on Thursday, January 25th at 6:30pm to hear the details of the trip, plan financial assistance, and learn how to register for this once in a lifetime experience. See Mrs. Mesick or Ms. Ciucci with any questions.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, January 18, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

MISC

Auditions for the Winter Play are next Monday and Tuesday. All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Sign up for an audition time, get more info, and find helpful resources for monologues today after school in room E114 for Drama Club. All information will then be posted on the Drama Board near the library.

Moline High School has been challenged to a comedy battle. This Saturday at noon, cheer on the ComedySportz High School League at The Establishment in Rock Island. It’ll be an improv match of laughs. Concessions are available.  Admission is only $3.00.  Come and see your Moline ComedySportz team take on Davenport North and Assumption High School. For more information, see Mrs. Koski.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, January 17, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Anyone interested in the school’s new Winter Guard:  There is a mandatory practice today from 3:15 to 4:15 in the Gymnastics room.  No experience required.

Due to finals, Student Led Bible Study will not meet this Friday.

COUNSELING CENTER

This is a reminder to all juniors that your online scheduling must be completed by Friday, Jan. 19th.  Please print your course requests or put a paper in your counselor’s folder in the Counseling Center to indicate you have completed scheduling.

SPORTS

MISC

If you have not purchased your yearbook yet, remember Friday, January 19th, is the last day to buy the 2018 “M” for the current price of $47.00.  After that day, the price will be $52.00, which will last until the final day of sales on February 15th.  Don’t forget you can buy your book online or at the bookstore.

Auditions for the Winter Play are next Monday and Tuesday. All Moline High School students are encouraged to audition. We need actors, musicians, dancers, artists, and technicians. Sign up for an audition time, get more info, and find helpful resources for monologues today after school in room E114 for Drama Club. All information will then be posted on the Drama Board near the library.

There will be no early bird sessions the rest of this week due to finals.