Student Bulletin Thursday, October 22 Day 1
Tate Petersen is Student of the Month for October. Tate was nominated for his positive attitude and sportsmanship. Congratulations Tate!
This year MHS will be celebrating Veteran’s Day virtually. If you would like to participate you can either submit a photo or video of you with a vet you’d like to honor. Or we have students who will come take a photo or video of you. Contact Mr. Hospo if you’d like to participate.
Seniors: Turn in senior and baby pictures by email to Mrs. Woodhouse or to the office window. Label on the back if turning in a hard copy. The last day to turn one in is Dec. 18. Click the link below if you aren’t sure whether you have turned yours in yet.
Silver Service/Community Service Opportunity:
Counselor’s Office News:
All students, especially seniors, should be checking out the Scholarship webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website. Scholarship season is starting and information and applications will begin to be posted. Past scholarship applications are listed to help you research the ones you want to apply for – look at the old applications to get an idea of how to answer questions and essays then watch for the updated application. Watch for deadlines and how to submit the applications. Also check out the Counseling Announcements for information on colleges, college visits and contacts plus other counseling information.
If you are considering college next year, please fill out the FAFSA ASAP. Watch this video for more info. Complete the Senior Survey by October 30th. If you haven’t yet, schedule a senior meeting with Mrs. Stenger by the end of this month.
College representatives will be arranging virtual college visits with our school this year. See a list of the scheduled colleges and a link to the Zoom meeting by visiting here. More will be added as they schedule with us.
Burger King Scholars Program – Applicant must be a high school senior applying to a four-year accredited US college or university. Must have at least a 3.3 GPA and minimum ACT composite of 25 or minimum combined SAT score of 1220. Must demonstrate an active leadership role in community service, athletics, and/or similar co-curricular activity, as well as substantial work experience. Online application only. For more information call 507-931-1682 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Deadline: December 15, 2020
Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program – Distinguished Young Women is a unique program that combines the chance to win college scholarships with a program that offers life skills training to prepare young women for the world after high school. The program takes place in all 50 states – participants must participate in either their junior or senior year. Participants are evaluated on Scholastics, Interview, Talent, Fitness and Self Expression. Local winners advance to state level, then on to the national level. Go to www.distinguishedyw.org/programs/what-is-dyw for more information and to apply. No deadline given. See website for more information.
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarships – The JKCF College Scholarship is available to high achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation’s best four-year colleges and universities. For more information and to apply, go to www.jkcf.org/our-scholarships/college-scholarship-program/. Deadline is October 30, 2020
National Honor Society Scholarship – Any senior NHS member in good standing may apply. See instructions for important information on applying and getting required recommendations. Instructions and more information can be found on the MHS Scholarship webpage linked from the MHS Counseling website. Deadline: December 1, 2020
Today’s Lunch: Breaded chicken/bun, smiley fries, steamed broccoli, watermelon.