Monday, April 30, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, April 30, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Gamers Club will meet right after school in the cafeteria today.  Gamers will end at 4:00 today.

Natural Helpers will have a mandatory meeting after school Tuesday, May 1st in the Cafeteria. We will be kicking off a new Rising Strong curriculum that will carry us in to next year.

2018-2019 Link Crew members; this is just a reminder that the first of two training nights is this Tuesday night at 7:00 pm. Please meet in the East Gym.

Attention all seniors and early graduates: The Line O’ Type needs your help.  We are getting ready to publish your college, career, or military plans after you graduate in this month’s issue of the newspaper.  Please fill out the brief survey that has been shared to your school email address from Mrs. Norcross if you’d like your post-college plans included.

Attention all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors: The Line O’ Type is now accepting applications for next year’s 2018-2019 staff.   We are in search of editors, reporters, and photographers.  The rewards are great and the commitment is small.  You may pick up an application from Mrs. Norcross in B206, Mr. Jay Bohnsack in Business, or Mr. Hamilton in Art, and all applications are due next Friday, May 4th to Mrs. Norcross in B206 or the Publications Office.

COUNSELING CENTER

SPORTS

The annual Intramural Powerlifting meet will be Wednesday, May 2nd at 6:00 pm in the East Gym Weight room.  There will be awards in both Men’s and Women’s divisions. There is a sign-up sheet at the Bookstore.  The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, May 1st.

Cheerleading tryouts will be Monday through Thursday of this week in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested, you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

MHS 2018 Season Color Guard Clinic and Try-Outs:  Flag and rifle competitive performance team.  Come to the MHS East Gym May 7-11th from 3:30 to 5:30 P.M.

MISC

Tickets for the 2018 MHS Prom are now on sale at the bookstore. The dance will be held at the Figge Art Museum on May 12th from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.  Tickets are currently on sale for 15.00.

There will not be Early Bird English on Wednesday, May 2nd.  Early Bird classes will be offered through the week of May 14th.

Poets who entered the Moline Library’s Teen Poetry Contest are invited to a Poetry Café at the library tonight at 6:30 p.m. Read your poem for your friends and family and enjoy snacks.

Attention Seniors and Juniors:  Operation Prom will be at Wharton Field House on Wednesday, May 2nd. Doors will open at 7:45 am. Check the Gold Senior sheets and Green Junior sheets for your name and the teacher who will take your attendance. The program begins at 8:10 am.  All students will sit on the west side in the balcony.

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Friday, April 27, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, April 27, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student-led Bible Study will be meeting today after school starting at 3:10 in J227.  All are welcome.

Natural Helpers will have a mandatory meeting after school Tuesday, May 1 in the Cafeteria. We will be kicking off a new Rising Strong curriculum that will carry us in to next year.

2018-2019 Link Crew members; this is just a reminder that the first of two training nights is this Tuesday night at 7:00 pm. Please meet in the East Gym.

Attention all seniors and early graduates: The Line O’ Type needs your help.  We are getting ready to publish your college, career, or military plans after you graduate in this month’s issue of the newspaper.  Please fill out the brief survey that has been shared to your school email address from Mrs. Norcross if you’d like your post-college plans included.

Attention all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors: The Line O’ Type is now accepting applications for next year’s 2018-2019 staff.   We are in search of editors, reporters, and photographers.  The rewards are great and the commitment is small.  You may pick up an application from Mrs. Norcross in B206, Mr. Jay Bohnsack in Business, or Mr. Hamilton in Art, and all applications are due next Friday, May 4th to Mrs. Norcross in B206 or the Publications Office.

COUNSELING CENTER

Justin Sharp Memorial Scholarship – $1,500 scholarship open to male and female senior students that exemplify passion, work ethic and dedication to academic and extracurricular success. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.25 or higher and participate in school activities. Deadline of June 1st.

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer needs to sign up by today.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.

Willard Elementary School is looking for volunteers for their upcoming carnival on May 11th. Please see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center for more information.

SPORTS

The annual Intramural Powerlifting meet will be Wednesday, May 2nd at 6:00 pm in the East Gym Weight room.  There will be awards in both Men’s and Women’s divisions. There is a sign-up sheet at the Bookstore.  The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, May 1st.

For anyone interested in trying out for the MHS cheer team this upcoming season, there will be an informational meeting tonight at 6:00 pm in the cafeteria. The athletic director will be there to address any questions or concerns about the upcoming season and the future direction of the program. Please bring your parents.

Cheerleading tryouts will be April 30th to May 3rd in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

MISC

Thursday, April 26, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, April 26, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Authentic Voices is meeting today in room E204 during period 3. Members may attend this meeting if you did not attend the meeting during period 2.  Passes must be signed by your teacher to attend.

French Club will be held today at the Moline Panera around 3:15 until 4 pm. We will be discussing French Club business and practicing French, but you don’t have to speak French to come to the meetings.  Join us!

Student-led Bible Study will be meeting tomorrow after school starting at 3:10 in J227.  All are welcome.

Attention all seniors and early graduates: The Line O’ Type needs your help.  We are getting ready to publish your college, career, or military plans after you graduate in this month’s issue of the newspaper.  Please fill out the brief survey that has been shared to your school email address from Mrs. Norcross if you’d like your post-college plans included.

Attention all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors: The Line O’ Type is now accepting applications for next year’s 2018-2019 staff.   We are in search of editors, reporters, and photographers.  The rewards are great and the commitment is small.  You may pick up an application from Mrs. Norcross in B206, Mr. Jay Bohnsack in Business, or Mr. Hamilton in Art, and all applications are due next Friday, May 4th to Mrs. Norcross in B206 or the Publications Office.

COUNSELING CENTER

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up through tomorrow.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday.

Seniors, do you know what your plans are for next year?  Commitment Day is this Friday, April 27th.  Wear your intended college, career, or military t-shirt and on your way to PE, take a moment to sign your intent to continue your education, pursue a career or enlist in the military. The MHS staff members are so proud of you and are excited to see what you plan to do in your next chapter.

Standard Forwarding is looking to hire two part time fork-lift drivers. You must be 18 to apply. Please see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center for more information.

Willard Elementary School is looking for volunteers for their upcoming carnival on May 11th. Please see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center for more information.

Distinguished Young Women of Illinois Scholarships – Free program open to female juniors in the class of 2019 who are involved in school and/or community activities, are outstanding in academics, leadership, athletics or the arts and are interested in earning scholarships for college. Deadline of May 15th.

Wyffels Hybrids, Inc. Scholarship and Work Program – Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to students who will be enrolled in the Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree program in either Agribusiness Management or Agriculture Production at Black Hawk College-East Campus. Deadline of May 31st.

 SPORTS

The annual Intramural Powerlifting meet will be Wednesday, May 2nd at 6:00 pm in the East Gym Weight room.  There will be awards in both Men’s and Women’s divisions. There is a sign-up sheet at the Bookstore.  The deadline to sign up is Tuesday, May 1st.

For anyone interested in trying out for the MHS cheer team this upcoming season, there will be an informational meeting this Friday April, 27th at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. The athletic director will be there to address any questions or concerns about the upcoming season and the future direction of the program. Please bring your parents.

MISC

The Day of Silence is a student-led national event bringing awareness to the silencing effects of anti-LGBTQ name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools.  Students take a vow of silence in an effort to encourage schools and classmates to address the problem of anti-LGBTQ behavior by illustrating the silencing effect of bullying and harassment on LGBTQ students and those perceived to be LGBTQ.  The 2018 Day of Silence is this Friday, April 27th.  If you are interested in participating in this event, please see Mrs. Mesick in the Library Media Center before Friday.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, April 25, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

French Club will be held Thursday, April 26th at the Moline Panera around 3:15 until 4 pm. We will be discussing French Club business and practicing French, but you don’t have to speak French to come to the meetings.  Join us!

Authentic Voices will have a meeting on Thursday, April 26th in E204 during periods 2 and 3. Members may attend only one meeting and passes must be signed by your teacher to attend.

COUNSELING CENTER

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up today through Friday.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, April 27th.

Seniors, do you know what your plans are for next year?  Commitment Day is coming up this Friday, April 27th.  Wear your intended college, career, or military t-shirt and on your way to PE, take a moment to sign your intent to continue your education, pursue a career or enlist in the military. The MHS staff members are so proud of you and are excited to see what you plan to do in your next chapter.

Attention MHS Students in grades 9–12:  There will be a LatinX Youth Summit this Saturday, April 28th from 8:30 a.m. to noon right here at Moline High School.  Students and their parents can visit a college fair; learn about preparing for high school and college, financial aid and scholarships, and choosing a career.  Come to the Counseling Center for registration information.  The workshop will be presented in English and in Spanish, and admission is free.

Standard Forwarding is looking to hire two part time fork-lift drivers. You must be 18 to apply. Please see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center for more information

SPORTS

Congratulations to the Boys Freshmen/Sophomore Track and Field team for finishing 2nd place at the Geneseo Invitational last night!  The strong team performance was led by Chase Kwinski breaking a 21 year old meet record in the Triple Jump. He set a new record by over a foot.  Great job guys!

Cheerleading tryouts will be April 30th to May 3rd in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested, you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

For anyone interested in trying out for the MHS cheer team this upcoming season, there will be an informational meeting this Friday April, 27th at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. The athletic director will be there to address any questions or concerns about the upcoming season and the future direction of the program. Please bring your parents.

MHS 2018 Season Color Guard Clinic and Try-Outs:  Flag and rifle competitive performance team.  Come to the MHS East Gym May 7-11th from 3:30 to 5:30 P.M.

MISC

The votes are in for the 2018 Family and Consumer Science macaroni & cheese competition in the foods classes.  Best in class for 1st hour was Group 3: Ben Oetgen, Lupe Cuellar, Magaly Calderon, Tiernan Reed and Calvin Wall. Best in class for 2nd hour was Group 2: Bryce Johnson, Kris Dunbar, Naudia Martinez, Darien Sivels and Daniela Granja-Galarza. Best overall recipe is awarded to Period 2 Group 5: Hailey Ramirez, Hailey Hunsucker, Jordan Farrell, Austin Engels, and Jacob Redell. Group photos will be posted on the department Instagram sight.  Congratulations to all of the winners.

Congratulations to Nathaniel St. Dennis for having his poster selected as the winning design for the annual IL Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest. His design was chosen to represent awareness of the dangers of teen’s use of alcohol and will be displayed in the State Capitol in Springfield.

The Day of Silence is a student-led national event bringing awareness to the silencing effects of anti-LGBTQ name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools.  Students take a vow of silence in an effort to encourage schools and classmates to address the problem of anti-LGBTQ behavior by illustrating the silencing effect of bullying and harassment on LGBTQ students and those perceived to be LGBTQ.  The 2018 Day of Silence is this Friday, April 27th.  If you are interested in participating in this event, please see Mrs. Mesick in the Library Media Center before Friday.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, April 24, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

French Club will be held Thursday, April 26th at the Moline Panera around 3:15 until 4 pm. We will be discussing French Club business and practicing French, but you don’t have to speak French to come to the meetings.  Join us!

COUNSELING CENTER

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up today through Friday.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, April 27th.

Seniors, do you know what your plans are for next year?  Commitment Day is coming up this Friday, April 27th.  Wear your intended college, career, or military t-shirt and on your way to PE, take a moment to sign your intent to continue your education, pursue a career or enlist in the military. The MHS staff members are so proud of you and are excited to see what you plan to do in your next chapter.

Trinity College of Nursing invites you to their Open House on April 25th to discover the benefits to a Respiratory Care career. Watch demonstrations and meet faculty and staff. For more information, see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center.

Attention MHS Students in grades 9–12:  There will be a LatinX Youth Summit this Saturday, April 28th from 8:30 a.m. to noon right here at Moline High School.  Students and their parents can visit a college fair; learn about preparing for high school and college, financial aid and scholarships, and choosing a career.  Come to the Counseling Center for registration information.  The workshop will be presented in English and in Spanish, and admission is free.

SPORTS

Cheerleading tryouts will be April 30th to May 3rd in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested, you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

MHS 2018 Season Color Guard Clinic and Try-Outs:  Flag and rifle competitive performance team.  Come to the MHS East Gym May 7-11th from 3:30 to 5:30 P.M.

MISC

 

Monday, April 23, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Monday, April 23, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

COUNSELING CENTER

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up today through Friday.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, April 27th.

Quad Cities Insurance Association Scholarship – $250 scholarship open to seniors. Applicants will be scored on criteria such as GPA, extracurricular activities, business-related courses taken in high school and type of career goal. Deadline of May 18th.

Seniors, do you know what your plans are for next year?  Commitment Day is coming up this Friday, April 27th.  Wear your intended college, career, or military t-shirt and on your way to PE, take a moment to sign your intent to continue your education, pursue a career or enlist in the military. The MHS staff members are so proud of you and are excited to see what you plan to do in your next chapter.

Trinity College of Nursing invites you to their Open House on April 25th to discover the benefits to a Respiratory Care career. Watch demonstrations and meet faculty and staff. For more information, see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center.

Attention MHS Students in grades 9–12:  There will be a LatinX Youth Summit this Saturday, April 28th from 8:30 a.m. to noon right here at Moline High School.  Students and their parents can visit a college fair; learn about preparing for high school and college, financial aid and scholarships, and choosing a career.  Come to the Counseling Center for registration information.  The workshop will be presented in English and in Spanish, and admission is free.

SPORTS

Cheerleading tryouts will be April 30th to May 3rd in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

MISC

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the One Act Play Festival this weekend. The auditorium almost sold out, the performances were spectacular, and the audience was entertained and enlightened. MHS Theatre wishes to thank everyone who attended.

If you were involved in the one Acts this weekend, please stop by E204 after school for a quick debriefing. It will just be a fifteen minute meeting. See Mrs Koski in J210 if you cannot attend.

This week, the MHS Habitat for Humanity chapter will be hosting required Orientation sessions again for those interested in becoming participants. These orientations are open to both students and staff.  The orientation dates are tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, April 25th at 2:30-3:30 pm and Thursday, April 26th at 3:30-4:30 pm in B215.  Please see Mrs. MacLennan by the end of school today in B218 if you wish to register.

 

Friday, April 20, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Friday, April 20, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Student-led Bible Study will be meeting today in room J227 from 3:10-3:40.  All are welcome.

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.

COUNSELING CENTER

Seniors:  This is a reminder that if you want your scholarship information to be published in the Convocation bulletin, that you must turn in your blue scholarship forms into the Counseling Center today.  Forms will not be taken after today.

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up April 23rd to April 27th.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, April 27th.

Davenport Central High School will be hosting a Free Youth Minority Health Conference Saturday, April 21st from 10am to 3pm with lunch provided. For informational flyers, see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center.

SPORTS

Intramural Sports will be having three events coming soon.  Please check out the bookstore for the Dodgeball, Powerlifting, and Racing Events coming up.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Thompson in room D125 before school.

Cheerleading tryouts will be April 30th to May 3rd in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested, you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

MISC

The One Act Play Festival is tomorrow. You’ll see plays directed by Zamone Perez, Noah Stivers, Siddhi Kapur, Martin Gonzalez, Hailey Neels, Garrett Brown, Shaelyn Ryan, Nicole Tillberg, Zach Zelnio, and Alexis Wolfe. The cast and crew include over 50 MHS students. Be at Wilson Middle at 7:00 pm tomorrow for the show. It’s only $1.

Next week, the MHS Habitat for Humanity chapter will be hosting required Orientation sessions again for those interested in becoming participants. These orientations are open to both students and staff.  The orientation dates are tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, April 25th at 2:30-3:30 pm and Thursday, April 26th at 3:30-4:30 pm in B215.  Please see Mrs. MacLennan in B218 if you wish to register.

 

 

Thursday, April 19, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Thursday, April 19, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

All Moline Medical Association and anyone else interested:  We will have an anesthesiologist discussing his medical career today in B318 at 3:10.  Please be prompt.

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

Student-led Bible Study will be meeting tomorrow in J227 from 3:10-3:40.  All are welcome.

COUNSELING CENTER

This is reminder for those students taking an AP exam this year.  You will have your mandatory preliminary session in the cafeteria during 6th period this Friday.  Bring a number 2 pencil and not a mechanical one.

Seniors:  This is a reminder that if you want your scholarship information to be published in the Convocation bulletin, that you must turn in your blue scholarship forms into the Counseling Center by Friday of this week.  Forms will not be taken after Friday.

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up April 23rd to April 27th.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, April 27th.

Davenport Central High School will be hosting a Free Youth Minority Health Conference Saturday, April 21st from 10am to 3pm with lunch provided. For informational flyers, see Mrs. Thompson in the Counseling Center.

SPORTS

Intramural Sports will be having three events coming soon.  Please check out the bookstore for the Dodgeball, Powerlifting, and Racing Events coming up.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Thompson in room D125 before school.

MISC

Attention students:  MHS’s “We Love the 80’s” Decade Dance is just around the corner. The dance will be held in the West Gym this Friday, April 20th from 7-10 pm.  Come have a really gnarly time with a date or a group of friends.  Tickets are $7 at the bookstore but will increase to $10 if you wait to buy your ticket at the dance on April 20.  Time is running out to get your outfit together for the $50 costume contest prize.  Check out the TVs in the cafeteria and outside the Media Center for costume inspiration. Get your ticket now for $7 in the bookstore for MHS’s only casual dance.

This Saturday is the One Act Play Festival. A variety show of talent with over 50 of your classmates involved. Head on over to Wilson Middle School to see the One Act Play Festival put on by the MHS Theatre. Show is at 7pm on Saturday, April 21st. Admission is only a $1.00.

Next week, the MHS Habitat for Humanity chapter will be hosting required Orientation sessions again for those interested in becoming participants. These orientations are open to both students and staff.  The orientation dates are tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, April 25th at 2:30-3:30 pm and Thursday, April 26th at 3:30-4:30 pm in B215.  Please see Mrs. MacLennan in B218 if you wish to register.

 

 

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Wednesday, April 18, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

COUNSELING CENTER

Reminder to all junior and senior National Honor Society members and inductees:  On Thursday, April 19th in the MHS cafeteria, juniors will practice per. 2 and seniors will practice per. 3.  Check in very briefly with your teachers and head straight to the cafeteria.  Seniors who wish to receive their scholarships at induction will need to turn in their thank you to the NHS Foundation by Wednesday.

This is reminder for those students taking an AP exam this year.  You will have your mandatory preliminary session in the cafeteria during 6th period this Friday.  Bring a number 2 pencil and not a mechanical one.

Seniors:  This is a reminder that if you want your scholarship information to be published in the Convocation bulletin, that you must turn in your blue scholarship forms into the Counseling Center by Friday of this week.  Forms will not be taken after Friday.

Any current sophomore or junior student interested in taking Consumer Education this summer may sign up April 23rd to April 27th.  Forms are in the Counseling Center and the cost is $125.  In order for this class to run, 25 students must sign up.  The deadline to sign up is Friday, April 27th.

Rock Island County NAACP Branch #3268 Educational Scholarship – $500 scholarship open to a student who is planning to pursue a degree or certification full-time from an accredited college, university or trade school. A GPA of 2.75 or above is required. Deadline of May 15th.

SPORTS

There will be a meeting for all boys interested in playing basketball next year.  The meeting will be today at 2:20 in room J225.

MISC

MHS Habitat for Humanity will have a brief meeting today after school in the MHS Library. We will be arranging another round of mandatory orientation as well as handing out information about possible summer builds and activities. Please stop by section A in the Library today before leaving.

This Saturday is the One Act Play Festival. A variety show of talent with over 50 of your classmates involved. Head on over to Wilson Middle School to see the One Act Play Festival put on by the MHS Theatre. Show is at 7pm on Saturday, April 21st. Admission is only a $1.00.

Attention students:  MHS’s “We Love the 80’s” Decade Dance is just around the corner. The dance will be held in the West Gym this Friday, April 20 from 7-10 pm.  Come have a really gnarly time with a date or a group of friends.  Tickets are $7 at the bookstore but will increase to $10 if you wait to buy your ticket at the dance on April 20.  Time is running out to get your outfit together for the $50 costume contest prize.  Check out the TVs in the cafeteria and outside the Media Center for costume inspiration. Get your ticket now for $7 in the bookstore for MHS’s only casual dance.

 

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, April 17, 2018

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

All Moline Medical Association members and anyone else interested:  We will be having a guest speaker today at 3:10 in room B318.  She will be discussing the advances in the medical field.  Please be prompt.

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

Attention Line O’ Type staff: We will be having our final newspaper planning meeting of the year after school in B206 today. See Mrs. Norcross if you are unable to attend.

Natural Helpers will be hosting an event after school today in the cafeteria. The founder of Foster’s Voice will be here to share the story of Foster Atwood, a 2017 UT graduate who took his own life, and discuss the importance of recognizing the warning signs of suicide. All students are welcome.

COUNSELING CENTER

This is a reminder to all junior and senior National Honor Society members and inductees:  On Thursday, April 19th in the MHS cafeteria, juniors will practice per. 2 and seniors will practice per. 3.  Check in very briefly with your teachers and head straight to the cafeteria.  Seniors who wish to receive their scholarships at induction will need to turn in their thank you to the NHS Foundation by Wednesday.

Seniors!  This is a reminder that if you want your scholarship information to be published in the Convocation bulletin, that you must turn in your blue scholarship forms into the Counseling Center by Friday of this week.  Forms will not be taken after Friday.

SPORTS

There will be a meeting for all boys interested in playing basketball next year.  The meeting will be Wednesday at 2:20 in room J225.

Cheerleading tryouts will be April 30th to May 3rd in the Coolidge gym. For anyone interested you can stop by Ms. Finneran’s room J209 or Ms. Noble’s room J306 for an informational packet.

MISC

MHS Habitat for Humanity will have a brief meeting this Wednesday after school in the MHS Library. We will be arranging another round of mandatory orientation as well as handing out information about possible summer builds and activities. Please stop by section A in the Library on Wednesday before leaving.

Attention students:  MHS’s “We Love the 80’s” Decade Dance is just around the corner. The dance will be held in the West Gym this Friday, April 20 from 7-10 pm.  Come have a really gnarly time with a date or a group of friends.  Tickets are $7 at the bookstore but will increase to $10 if you wait to buy your ticket at the dance on April 20.  Time is running out to get your outfit together for the $50 costume contest prize.  Check out the TVs in the cafeteria and outside the Media Center for costume inspiration. Get your ticket now for $7 in the bookstore for MHS’s only casual dance.