Student Bulletin Thursday, March 25 Day 1
CHANGE FOR PROM – Because of COVID contact tracing guidelines from Jones County Health, ALL JUNIORS AND SENIORS ATTENDING PROM MUST SIGN UP IN THE OFFICE. IF YOU ARE BRINGING A GUEST, YOU MUST SIGN UP YOUR GUEST IN THE OFFICE EVEN IF YOUR GUEST IS A MHS STUDENT. You can do this at the counter in the office. ALL GUESTS THAT DO NOT ATTEND MHS MUST COMPLETE THE DANCE GUEST REGISTRATION FORM. This includes MHS alumni, those students attending other high schools, and those that are out of school. This is an important change from previous years as we must have phone numbers to use if the need arises for contact tracing. Forms are due to the High School Office by 12:00 noon on Friday, April 16th. The registration forms are available at the drive up window.
Post Prom t-shirt order and sign up due date has been extended to tomorrow, this Friday, March 26. The t-shirt is your ticket in to post prom. $10 per attendee with a family donation of $25 if able. Thanks for your support for this fun night!
Juniors and Seniors — If you are 17 or older and haven’t registered to vote now is your chance! Stop into Mr. Gilkerson’s Room between now and March 30th and register to vote. All you need to bring with you is your Driver’s License or know the last 4 digits of your social security number. Mr. G. will turn in your registration form for you!
Monticello High School presents Disney’s High School Musical
April 1st 7 pm virtual only
April 2nd 7 pm virtual or live
April 3rd 7 pm virtual or live
$5 per adult $4 per student/senior citizen
Ages 5 and under free
Seating will be limited so pre-order and pick up tickets by contacting Kim Ralston in the High School office. Any individual who will need a seat will require a ticket (even if they will have free admittance). Admittance without a ticket will not be permitted and tickets will not be sold at the gate.
Here is the link to purchase tickets for the virtual performances —
Students of all ages are encouraged to participate in the annual ICR Future Virtual Career and College Fair. Whether you’re a freshmen or sophomore just starting to explore career options, or a junior narrowing your list of college choices, the ICR Future Career and College Fair is the perfect opportunity for you to gather knowledge, make connections, and begin to make informed decisions about your future. Click here to register for the event.
Julie Welter, Career Counselor from the Kirkwood Jones County Regional Center is available for career advising appointments via Zoom to help guide you in the career decision making process. If you are interested in meeting with her, please use her Calendly link to set up an appointment: https://calendly.com/julie-welter-kirkwoodadvising or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Come Pollinate at Corteva Pioneer!
Looking for students and adults ages 14+
Working Monday – Sunday; morning to mid-afternoon
Starting first part of July to mid-August
3261 N Alburnett Rd
Marion, IA 52302
Apply online at www.asinc.net
Indicate location as “Iowa-Cedar Rapids”
For more information, contact ASI: 319-393-1200 or Corteva Agriscience: 319-377-2870
Today’s Lunch: Pasta bake, green beans, mixed fruit, frosted cinnamon roll, and milk.
Activities: FFA Agriscience and State Science & Technology Fair @ ISU.
Silver Service/Community Service Opportunities:
Animal Welfare Friends has numerous silver service/community service opportunities available. Contact Amy at 319-975-8283 or Cindy at 319-480-1125.
Monticello Parks and Recreation is looking for soccer coaches. If interested, contact Shannon Poe at email@example.com.
MSL Division – K-1st Grade; games on Mondays at the Fair Grounds
Champions- 2nd-4th Grade; games on Tues/Thurs at the High School; practice Football field
World Cup- 5th8th Grade; games on Tues/Thurs at High School; practice Soccer field
Practices set at Coaches discretion
Games begin week of April 5th
Counselor’s Office News:
All students, especially seniors, should be checking out the Scholarship webpage. 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.
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.
Senior families, it is time for college award letters to be sent out. See this video to learn more about what an award letter looks like and what to do.
Steve Rucker Memorial Scholarship – This scholarship is offered in memory of Steve Rucker. It will be awarded to the MHS 2021 senior that demonstrates similar characteristics as Steve: exceptional work ethic, leadership and reliability. Information and application can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is April 15, 2021.
Iowa Association of Building Officials (IABO) Scholarship – Applicant must be a graduating Iowa high school senior admitted to and in good standing in an eligible program. Information and application can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is May 1, 2021.
We The Students Scholarship Essay Contest – Essay Prompt: “What’s the relationship between Equality and Justice? Go to www.billofrightsinstitute.org/we-the-students-essay-contest for information on eligibillity and regulations and to submit your essay. Deadline is April 15, 2021.