HS Student Bulletin, 12-12-18

Student Bulletin                        Wednesday, December 12                                                Day 6

Attention ALL Kirkwood Students – If you are not doing well in your high school classes, you need to be here for WIN.  Check the WIN list daily.



Check this link to see if your senior and baby pictures have been received for yearbook. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13uJGoppFBXVamS-OTi9MM3Dalf3ifjTNcQbju-2e_R0/edit?usp=sharing

39% of Seniors have turned in both pictures.

6% of Seniors have turned in one picture.

55% of Seniors have not turned in either picture.

PHOTOS ARE DUE BEFORE WINTER BREAK!  If you do not turn in your choice of photo by the deadline, your Halversons’ school picture will be your senior picture in the yearbook.  Baby pictures are optional but must be turned in before winter break if you want one in the yearbook. 


Order your 2019 yearbook now and save.  Go to jostensyearbooks.com


FFA/Interact will meet during WIN on Friday, December 14.


Reminder that the MHS Student Council is sponsoring a Holiday Food/Toiletry Drive through December 14th for the Monticello Food Pantry.

Ms. Derby=1st place w/ 12 per student,

Ms. Broadbent=2nd place with 8.1 per student,

Ms. Manternach=3rd place with 4.3 per student.

Total =742


Want to give some Secret Santa Popcorn? Check out this link for details.  https://spark.adobe.com/video/CowZtdkntXeWG


Students wanting to take any Kirkwood tests, Accuplacer or ALEKS, can do so Friday, December 14th from 8:00-11:00 here at the high school.  Sign up with Mrs. Stenger.


Kirkwood textbooks are due to JREC or the high school by Friday, December 14th.  Kirkwood will start assessing fines on student records December 19th for any books not returned or damaged.


The Selective Service System states that under current law all male US citizens between 18–25 years of age, born after January 1, 1960 are required to register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. In addition, non-US citizen men between the ages of 18 and 25 (inclusive) living in the United States must register.  A young man who fails to register with Selective Service may be ineligible for opportunities that may be important to his future such as federal student financial aid, state-funded student financial aid, most federal employment, some state employment, security clearance for contractors, job training under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (formerly known as the Workforce Investment Act), and U.S. citizenship for immigrant men.





Important Dates to Remember

Wed, Dec 12               2:00 Dismissal.

Dec 22 – Jan 2             Winter Break.



Guidance News:

All Guidance Office announcements will be listed daily for about a week.  If you need to find a past announcement, search in your email for that week’s school announcement list.


All students, especially seniors and juniors should become familiar with the High School Counseling webpage on the District’s website.  Scholarships are being added to the National, State and Local Scholarship webpage and there are many scholarships on the site to look at which all will eventually be updated.  There are also links to other scholarship opportunities for all age groups, college rep visits, college visit days, military rep visits, and many other links to browse through.


Please take Workplace Learning Connection’s survey by December 21st.  The Workplace Learning Connection is interested to learn about the barriers to job shadows and internships.  Students who complete the survey can opt in to a drawing for some gift cards as our thank you!


Today’s Lunch:  Holiday meal, and milk.


Activities:   None.