Student Bulletin Thursday, September 26 Day 5
Congratulations to our MHS September Student of the Month Erlin Bell!! Erlin demonstrates uncommon character and maturity in the classroom and on the athletic field. He is a terrific, highly intelligent student who is helpful to his classmates as well as his competitors in cross country. Erlin came to the aid of a runner from another school who was in distress at last Saturday’s meet. He is a remarkable young man.
There will be a meeting during WIN on Monday, September 30th for students to receive their ASVAB results. See Mrs. Stenger if you are unable to attend.
Any student who is failing a class is required to attend lunch study table each day until they are passing. This includes students who have an open block and students attending Kirkwood classes. Failure to come to lunch study table will result in that student being ineligible for extracurricular activities that night and will require the student to make up the time before or after school. Direct any questions to Mr. Hospodarsky, Mr. Lambert or Mrs. Young.
B.P.A. – please see Mrs. Gassman for more details if you are interested in joining BPA and attending the Fall Leadership Conference in Des Moines on Oct. 20 -21. Deadline is this Friday, September 27th!!!
Academix will meet during WIN tomorrow.
Seniors: Senior pictures and baby pictures for yearbook are due Dec. 18. Because these are new guidelines, any senior pictures already taken this year that fall outside the new guidelines will be considered on a case by case basis and would need administrator approval to be used. Thank you.
The following are new GUIDELINES FOR SENIOR PHOTOS FOR YEARBOOK:
Head and shoulders only.
Clothing should conform to school dress code.
Not posed in a reclined position.
No other people, animals, objects/props in photograph.
Color or B/W are acceptable.
Submit digitally or write name on back if submitting a hard copy.
Must be received by deadline (before winter break of senior year)
Can be emailed to email@example.com or can be turned in to office window.
Baby photos are optional but must also be submitted by the deadline. Copies are preferred to original heirloom photos. Baby pictures not submitted digitally should be labeled on the back with first and last names.
Hunter Specht, a professional gamer, will be speaking about his profession during WIN on Friday, September 27th. Please see Ms. Derby or Mrs. Sconsa to sign up by today.
MHS Dance Team is selling We Are Monti t-shirts and crewneck sweatshirts. Order forms are available at the office drive-up window or contact any panther dancer. Orders are due October 1st.
Tomorrow’s Homecoming Dress Up Day is Panther Pride Day! Go Panthers!
Tomorrow there will be a Homecoming Pep Rally at 2:40 in the High School gymnasium.
The Homecoming Court and their parents will be presented between the JV and Varsity football games tomorrow night.
The Homecoming Dance will be on Saturday, September 28th in the High School commons from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. If you have invited a guest to the homecoming dance who is not currently a Monticello High School student, you must register your guest in the office by Fri, Sept 27th. There is a registration guest list to write your guest’s name on in the office. Dance Guest Registration forms are available at the office drive-up window. Any students suspected to be under the influence will be required to take a breath analyzer test.
Homecoming tickets will be sold for the last day tomorrow. Ticket cost is $5/person.
Please sign the poster designated for your class. This will also be available at lunch all of next week.
During homecoming week Student Council will be doing activities during lunchtime –
Today – Carnival Games
Friday – Karaoke
Community Service Opportunities:
Animal Welfare Friends front desk help needed 3-6:30 Tuesday through Saturday. Please contact Cindy Bagge for details. firstname.lastname@example.org 319-480-1125
Animal Welfare Friends needs help with nightly dog and cat chores starting from 4:30-5:30 daily. Please contact Cindy Bagge for details. email@example.com 319-480-1125
Animal Welfare Friends needs help with socializing and brushing cats as well as walking and brushing dogs Tuesday through Saturday any time from 12-6:30. Please contact Cindy Bagge for details. firstname.lastname@example.org 319-480-1125
Help needed with Animal Welfare Friends’ Waffle brunch on Sunday, October 13 for: Setup, Brunch workers, and/or tear down. Please contact Linda Reicks 319-329-4473 or at email@example.com
All students are encouraged to keep track of the Guidance Office and Scholarship webpages for updates on important information on ACTs, college or military rep visits, college information and scholarship information and applications. See Mrs. Stenger or Mrs. Dirks if you have any questions!
Seniors can sign up for an internship for spring semester starting Monday, September 23rd. Internships are 90-hour time commitments at one worksite. The application site is here.
A Military Academy Night for students interested in a military academy is being held Monday, October 7th at 6:00 pm at Beems Auditorium in the Cedar Rapids library at 450 5th St SE.
October 3 – a rep from Simpson College will be in the guidance office from 9:00-9:30. Stop by and say hi and let them know if you have any questions!
October 8th – A rep from Brown University in Providence, RI will be in the commons during lunch shifts. Please stop by and say hi and ask any questions you may have!
October 9 – a rep from University of Wisconsin-Platteville will be in the commons during lunch shifts. Stop by and say hi and let them know if you have any questions!
November 11th – A rep from Hawkeye Community College will be in the commons during lunch shifts. Stop by and say hi and ask any questions you may have.
Horatio Alger Association Scholarships – National & State: Applicant must be a graduating senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree at an accredited public or private institution. Must demonstrate financial need, be involved in school and community activities. Also based on academics and be a person who displays integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity. Must have a GPA of 2.0 or above. More information can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage on the High School Counseling website. Deadline: October 25, 2019
Today’s Lunch: Cheddarwurst/bun, fiesta beans, French fries, apple slices, and milk.
Activities: Volleyball @ Tipton 6:00.