Student Bulletin Friday, February 28 Day 1
The MHS February Students of the Month were nominated together by Sarah Domer-Sleep and are Juniors Kaitlin Guyer and Maci Welter! She nominated Kaitlin and Maci “for their hard work on making this year’s Dance Marathon a success. They went above and beyond in gathering sponsors and securing donations, as well as coming in on their off time to help plan. They are excellent leaders for our school and for our community.” Congratulations Kaitlin and Maci!!
This week is National FFA Week!! Today is Ag Olympics during WIN.
Summer Driver’s Ed registration forms are available at the office drive up window. Registration deadline is Monday, March 2. Space may be limited. Applications will be considered on first come first served basis.
Student enterprise is selling spring plates, and your choices are:
1. White chocolate strawberries with crushed pretzels or sprinkles $6 per plate and eight strawberries are on each plate
2. A spring shaped rice krispy treats $9 per plate with 10 treats on a plate.
E-mail Mr. Malausky if you’re interested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BPA is selling lollipops for $1 in Mrs. Gassman’s room (room 302). Lots of great flavors, stop in before school or between classes if you would like to buy some! Thanks for your support.
Kirkwood is offering a Basic Welding Metal class three-week series for ages 10-15 at the Kirkwood Jones Regional Center, Monticello. Call 319-465-2302 if you are interested.
Monticello Nursing & Rehab Center is looking for part-time CNAs. They offer a shift during the week that is 5pm-9pm with a starting wage for CNAs of $13-$15/hour. They are also looking for part-time dietary aides to work the 5pm-8pm shift.
Fidelity Bank & Trust is looking for a Customer Service Intern whose roles would include greeting customers, processing transactions, maintaining confidentiality, and participating in community activities on behalf of the company as needed. If you are interested, please see or email Mrs. Stenger for online application information.
Community Service Opportunities:
Monticello Parks and Recreation is looking for students interested in silver service hours by coaching youth soccer this spring. It’s a great way to earn 20-30 hours! Contact Jacob Oswald at 319-465-4660 if interested.
TILT Together Parent Group is looking for high school students to volunteer to help with childcare during their meetings on Tuesday nights. Contact Lindsay Ryan at Lindsay.email@example.com if you are interested in service hours.
CPPC is looking for volunteers to help at a Child Safety ID Event on April 5th. Sign up here.
Silver Service Opportunity: Looking for students interested in helping at the School Foundation Pep Rally & Class Reunion on Saturday, March 7, please contact Robyn Ponder at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free Supper! Need about 8-10 students. Thanks!
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!
A Simpson College rep will here on Thursday, March 5 during lunch shifts. Stop by and say hi and ask questions about Simpson!
A rep from Mt Mercy University will be in the counseling office on Monday, March 9th at 9:00 am.
Monticello Schools Foundation Scholarship – Scholarships are listed on one form – checkmark scholarships of choice. See each scholarship for eligibility. Application can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline is April 8, 2020.
There are a limited number of spots for free Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training this summer at JREC. See Mrs. Stenger if you are interested.
An ICAN representative will provide presentations to help students plan for the future March 3rd during Parent/Teacher Conferences in the library. The Career and College Planning presentation is at 5:30 pm and the Understanding Financial Aid presentation is at 6:30 pm. All students and parents are welcome to attend.
is hosting a Black Iowa Youth Conference in April. See Mrs. Stenger to
learn more details.
Sophomores are encouraged to sign up for the PreACT, a practice version of the ACT, with Mrs. Stenger by March 13th. The PreACT is free and will be administered the morning of March 24th.
Nate Dunn Business Scholarship – Applicant must be a graduating senior with a desired passion in the area of finance. Letters of reference and essay required. Application can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: April 1, 2020
Jones County Community Foundation Scholarship – LOCAL – Applicant must be a Jones County graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding community service in Jones County. Not based on scholastic performance. Application is on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: April 10, 2020
White Hawk Plumbing & Heating LLC Technical, Trade & Vocational School Scholarship – LOCAL – Applicant must be planning on attending a technical, trade or vocational school. Application is on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: April 15, 2020
Jones Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship – LOCAL – Applicant must be a senior pursuing a post-high school health-related career. Students are encouraged to have volunteered at Jones Regional Medical Center. Application is on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage posted on the MHS Counseling website. Also go to https://www.unitypoint.org/anamosa/auxillary.aspx for more information. Deadline: April 3, 2020
Delaware Co Republican Scholarship – Applicant must be a graduating senior whose principle place of residence is within Delaware County. Essay is required. Information and application can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage linked on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: March 27, 2020
Mae Henry Family & Consumer Science Award – Applicant must be graduating from high school or college from the Grant Wood AEA region with an interest in pursuing a degree in the area of Family & Consumer Science. Information and application can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage linked on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: May 15, 2020
First Friday Breakfast Club Scholarship – Applicant must demonstrate leadership in the efforts to increase education and understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues and reduce homophobia in their schools and/or communities. Application can be found on the 2020 Scholarship Application webpage linked on the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: March 16, 2020
Today’s Lunch: Garlic cheese bread, lettuce w/spinach, broccoli & cauliflower, orange slices, and milk.
Activities: Coe College HS/MS Jazz Summit.
Saturday – District Individual Speech
Boys Substate Basketball @ Manchester vs Dyersville Beckman 7:00.