HS Student Bulletin, 4-12-19

Student Bulletin                            Friday, April 12                                                                       Day 6

Hello everyone, Are you in dire need of a squirrel feeder and/or a small or large cutting board?  Look no further then Scrat’s Fun Bunch Inc. Our squirrel feeders are very unique and handcrafted by the finest manufacturing class in Jones County. Our different varieties of cutting boards will make you rethink your current subpar cutting boards. Make sure you don’t miss out on the deals before they’re gone. Contact one of the block 3 Manufacturing One students to purchase your items today! Orders need to be made by April 16th.

Prom registration forms are due in the office by 3:15 TODAY.  There are a number of guests on the list that we do not have registration forms for.

Due to limited parking at the Durgin Pavilion at Camp Courageous, the school will be running a school bus shuttle from the High School parking lot to Durgin Pavilion every 15 minutes starting at 7:30 pm. Students MAY NOT park along the road. The bus will also shuttle students back to the high school from prom every 15 minutes until 11:00 pm. Students are still able to drive to prom themselves but parking will be very limited. Reminder that all students need to be at prom by 9:00.

Grand March will be at 4:00 on Saturday, April 13 in the HS Auditorium, doors open at 3:15 and students should check in at 3:45 sharp.

If you are attending Grand March on Saturday, please stop at the office drive up window and pick up a questionnaire.  Only 2 questions.   We would love to see many of you there and the community enjoys it.   All questions need to be turned into the office or to Mrs. Domer-Sleep by Friday.   Please keep it clean.   For questions, please see Mrs. Domer-Sleep.  Help us make it a fun Grand March!

Post Prom will be held from 11 pm – 2 am at the HS, doors open at 11:00, close at 12:00. No re-admittance if you leave.  You do not need to attend Prom to attend Post Prom.  Cost is $10 per person if you did not already purchase the post prom t-shirt and you can pay at the door. T-shirts are sold out. You must be at post prom to win a prize!  See some of the prizes on display in Superior Appliance’s front window!  Lots of food, prizes, and activities you won’t want to miss!!!

Students wanting to learn about Kirkwood’s twelve ag programs are invited to attend the Kirkwood Ag Day May 14th.  Students should see Mr. Schmitt or Mrs. Stenger to register.

All students registered to take Kirkwood Academy classes next year must attend a mandatory orientation meeting held on Wed., April 17 at Monticello HS.  Non-arts & Sciences meet at 6:00 pm then to JREC.  Arts/Science students 7-7:45 pm @ MHS.  A parent must attend as well.  If you cannot attend, contact Kirkwood.  Letters will be sent home with full details!

We want to recognize seniors for the scholarships and awards they have earned.  Seniors are responsible for contacting Mrs. Stenger with this information.  Contact her by May 17th so she can mention or present those awards.  Honors Night is scheduled for Tuesday, May 21st at 7:30 pm.

NCYL applications are due in the high school office on Tuesday, April 23rd at noon.

Silver Service Hours Opportunity —  Mr Thumma, elementary music teacher, needs help on April 25th with the following in the high school gym:  3:30-4:30 – Set-up chairs and risers and 5:15-6:15 – Hand out programs.  If you can help, contact Mr Thumma at nick.thumma@monticello.k12.ia.us

Today’s Lunch:  Breaded cheese stick, lettuce w/romaine, fresh broccoli w/dip, banana, and milk.

Activities:  Boys Golf @ Anamosa (Wapsi Golf Course) 4:00.  Postponed

                     Saturday – Boys Track @ Iowa City West 11:30.

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.

Raymond G. Schneider Living Endowment for Youth Scholarship-Applicant must be a Monticello High School senior planning to attend a post-secondary institution.  Chosen based on character, academics, community involvement and extra-curricular involvement.  Application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage that is linked on the MHS Counseling website.   Deadline: April 15, 2019

Monticello Firefighters/Richmond Kromminga Memorial Scholarship – Open to all seniors.  Application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage that is linked on the MHS Counseling website.  Deadline:  April 12, 2019

Children’s Cancer Connection Empowering Scholarship – Applicant must be from Iowa and has been directly affected by childhood cancer (includes individuals who currently have or have had cancer before the age of 18, or a sibling of that individual), must be planning to attend an accredited two or four-year institution. Two recommendations required plus 10-40 hours of volunteer support.  Application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage that is linked on the MHS Counseling website.  Deadline:  Fall Semester is due last Friday in May / Spring Semester is due last Friday in September.

Mae Henry Family & Consumer Science Award- Applicant must be interest in pursuing a degree in the area of Family & Consumer Science. Application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website.  Deadline:  May 15, 2019

Rotary/Dale L. Greenawald Scholarship & Rotary Business Scholarship – For the Greenwald Scholarship, any Monticello senior is eligible, but preference will be given to student planning on attending an accredited college and majoring in a music program.  For the Business Scholarship, applicant must be planning on attending an accredited college or university and majoring in business.  Same application. Information and application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application page linked from the MHS Counseling website.  Deadline: April 26, 2019

James Gordon Helgens Memorial Scholarship – Applicant must be a senior student pursuing post-secondary education. Application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application page linked from the MHS Counseling website.  Deadline:  April 18, 2019

Community Bankers of Iowa’s Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Scholarship – Applicant must work at, have a parent, grandparent, or guardian who works at a bank that is a member of the Community Bankers of Iowa.  Will be evaluated on character, academics, community involvement and essay content. Information and application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website. Deadline:  April 29, 2019

Iowa Association for Energy Efficiency Scholarship – Applicant must submit letters that focus on interest, knowledge and desire to pursue energy efficiency. See information for all details on eligibility and documents needed.  Information and application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website. Deadline:  April 26, 2019

Iowa PGA Charlie Burkart Scholarship – Applicant must be a high school senior who has had an interest and activity in golf and the potential for future contributions to the game.  Also based on academic ability and financial need. Application can be found on the 2019 Scholarship Application webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website.   Deadline:  June 14, 2019