Student Bulletin Tuesday, December 10 Day 4
SENIORS: Senior and baby photos are due DEC. 18 for yearbook. You can turn in to Mrs. Ralston or Mrs. Woodhouse. This is the Google doc listing who has turned in senior and baby pictures for yearbook.
If you haven’t taken a Kirkwood course yet and plan to next year, now is the time to apply. Some courses will require placement testing before February so plan ahead. Deadlines will be enforced. Go to www.kirkwood.edu/earncredit -> Apply to earn CCHS. After this is complete, be sure to activate your
k number and password in the welcome letter. Call Craig or Lisa if you have any questions at 319-465-2302.
Attention Monticello Juniors! ACT Prep Seminar will be held January 13, 2020 at the Kirkwood Jones Regional Education Center in Monticello. RSVP to Abby Jaeger at email@example.com or call 319-465-2302 by January 3, 2020. Sponsored by F&M Bank and the MEA.
Kirkwood is hosting an Academy Expo on December 17th for sophomore students that would like to explore what Kirkwood academies are like. See Mrs. Stenger for an invitation.
The Iowa State Board of Education is seeking applications for a student member to serve on the board. The application and supporting documents are available on the Iowa Department of Education’s website. Please see the attached document for additional details.
The varsity girls basketball team will play in the Wendy’s/MidwestOne Basketball Classic at Loras College on Saturday, December 14th vs Cuba City at 12:30. ALL Student admission K-College is FREE, Adults $8, Seniors $5.
The Annual Holiday Meal will be served tomorrow. Be sure to have money in your lunch account. The menu is sliced turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy, stuffing, corn, tropical fruit salad, pumpkin bars, homemade dinner roll with butter, and milk.
Community Service Opportunities:
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!
Keep Iowa Beautiful Scholarships – Bob Byers Scholarship – Applicant must be an Iowa high school senior enrolling in an Iowa college or university to student environmental science, community development, landscape architecture or architecture with historical emphasis, or community planning and sustainability. William Fultz Scholarship – Applicant must be an Iowa high school senior planning on studying communications, public relations and/or marketing. Gerald Schnepf Scholarship – Applicant must be an Iowa high school senior who has a record of community service and a desire to continue to support and contribute to the enhancement of the place they live and work. See information on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline is January 31, 2020
Strayer-Rairden Scholarship in Physics – University of Iowa – Applicant must be an Iowa graduating senior who has applied for admission at the University of Iowa and will declare physics or astronomy as their major. See information on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: January 31, 2020
Grand Lodge of Iowa – Masonic Scholarship – Applicant must be a graduating Iowa high school senior planning to pursue a post-secondary education in any state at an accredited 2-4 year institution. Criteria includes service to school and community with emphasis on leadership roles. Academic record, communication skills and financial need are considered. Application can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: February 1, 2020
Iowa School Counselor Association Senior Scholarship – Applicant must be a senior attending an Iowa high school. Essay required. Online application. Information can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: January 10, 2020
GE Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program – Applicant must show leadership, drive, integrity and citizenship in school, in the workplace and in their community. Must have strong academic performance and also demonstrate financial need. Must be planning to enroll in a course of study toward a bachelor’s degree at an accredited four-year college or university. See information on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: January 3, 2020
Today’s Lunch: Pulled pork taco, waffle fries, steamed broccoli, peaches, and milk.
Activities: Girls and Boys Bowling here 4:00.
JV/V Girls and Boys Basketball here vs West Liberty 4:00.