HS Student Bulletin, 11-9-17

Student Bulletin                                                        Thursday, November 9                                                    Day 4


Attention Seniors regarding the Yearbook — Senior and baby pictures are due for yearbook BEFORE WINTER BREAK!  They cannot be accepted late!  Label them on the back and turn in at the office window or to Mrs. Woodhouse.  They could also be emailed as a jpg attachment to Mrs. Woodhouse. A list of those who have not turned one in is posted by the gym.

The Sacred Heart Holiday Gala 2017 is Saturday, November 18th.  If you are interested in earning silver service hours volunteering at this event, you may pick up a form at the office drive-up window.  Contact information and details are on the form.


For the month of November, there will be a few male teachers growing out their facial hair in recognition of No Shave November and to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).  There will be jars set up in the library with each teacher’s name on it.  If you would like to see any one of these teachers keep their beard growing for another month as their “punishment,” place money in the jar with their name on it.  At the end of November, we will tally up the money in each jar to see who has the most, and that teacher will keep growing their facial hair.  All of the money from the jars will be donated to the MDA.


The Better Business Bureau sponsors the Student of Integrity Scholarship each year.  If you are interested in running for the school’s nominee, please notify Mrs. Stenger by tomorrow.


FFA and ASK will meet during WIN tomorrow.


Reminder to Sophomores and Seniors that Jostens Order Day is tomorrow during lunch in the commons.


There is a wrestling meeting at 6:30 tonight in the high school auditorium.


Thank you to everyone who was supportive and helpful with the blood drive on Tuesday. The students did awesome helping organizing and putting on the drive. We had 71 donors present, 7 were deferred, giving us 64 units collected.  This is the most number of units that Monticello HS has collected since the coordinator started working for the company three years ago.  Of the total donors, 40 were first time donors, which is amazing!  Those 64 units are going out to help up to 256 patients in local hospitals.


A math tutor for an 8th grade student is needed.  If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please contact Mrs. Stenger.






Today’s Lunch:    Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, mixed fruit, roll & butter, and milk.


Activities:  None.