Student Bulletin Friday, November 5 Day 1
ATTENTION SENIORS – The MHS Class of 2022 diploma order will be placed today. Please check your name on the list that was emailed on Monday and yesterday. Let Mrs. Ralston know if it is okay or if changes need made by 3:15 today. This is a hard deadline as diplomas will be ordered at the end of the day.
+ Your name on this list will be the name that is read as you walk across the stage at graduation.
+ Your name on this list will be the name that will be printed on your diploma.
+ If you put an initial for your middle name, at graduation, your name will be read with the initial and the initial will be printed on your diploma. Example: John D. Jones
MHS Panther Tutoring is being offered in the Support Room (ICN room 316) next week as follows –
Monday, November 8 – 7:00 to 8:00 am AND 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm
Tuesday, November 9 – 7:00 am to 8:00 am AND 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm
Thursday, November 11 – 7:00 am to 8:00 am AND 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm
Watch the high school student announcements and school messenger for dates and times on a weekly basis. If your student needs extra help, needs time to complete work, or needs to reassess, please send them to tutoring. Contact Nick Schauf, MHS Principal, with questions.
There is a bowling team sign-up sheet in the office. Come in and sign up if you want to join the fun!
The Bowling clothing store through Monticello Sports is open from now until next Monday, November 15.
Interested in 4-H? Learn more about it right here! ..\2021_4-H Enrollment Flier_Final (2).pdf
The next workout with Ssg. Briggs will be on November 10 from 2-3. See Mrs. Sconsa to sign up or meet in the entryway of school at about 2:05 that day.
Student Council is hosting their annual food drive again this year from the 29th of November to the 19th of December. Please check out the posters around school for highly needed items. The Food Pantry does not want Travel-sized items so those will not count towards the class competition. The competition will take place with your Day 2 Block 1 Class. The winning class will win breakfast pizza!! The second-place class will get donuts and the third place will get candy. If you bring in three items to the December 4th wrestling meet and the December 7th basketball game, you will get in free. Have a great day!
The 2021 Academic Awards will be held virtually this year that will include a slideshow that will be sent out to students and families. Watch for more information on that date.
Seniors – Please turn in a senior and baby picture for the yearbook by email to Mrs. Woodhouse before winter break. Hard copies are accepted also, with your name on the back. Contact Mrs. Woodhouse if you have any questions.
Guidelines are as follows —
– Head and shoulders only.
– Vertical format.
– Clothing should conform to school dress code.
-No inappropriate poses.
-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)
Check the link below if you are not sure whether you have turned them in.
Thursday, November 18th Kirkwood Community College’s Automotive Technology program is looking to showcase their facility for students, parents and community members from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm.
What: Kirkwood Automotive Technology Center Open House
When: Tuesday, November 18 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.; No formalized program.
Where: Kirkwood Automotive Technology Center, 101 50th Ave SW, Cedar Rapids
Information included in this event:
· Technology Demonstrations including: Four Wheel Drive Chassis, Operation of alignment racks, Brake Lathe operation,Tire machine technology displays, Engine, Electrical
· Information on Automotive Technology programs available: Discussion on what as Automotive Technologies AAS degree might look like, Sharing opportunities for high school students to start taking courses, Financial support available to help cover future tuition costs, Future employment opportunities available, Thoughts on future job markets and pay scales, Drawing opportunities available for “industry swag”
Truck Country in Dubuque is hosting an open house about their Diesel Technician Apprenticeship Program on November 18th at 3:30. See Mrs. Sconsa to sign up.
Silver Service Opportunity:
Sacred Heart is looking for high school volunteers to help with their gala on November 13th. Contact Kelly Wilson 563-920-2081 if interested.
Pennington Square is looking for talented musicians interested in entertaining their residents. If you play the piano, the guitar or any musical instrument, please contact Cassandra Wood (Pennington Square Director) or Sandy (activities director) to set up a time to play. Any amount of time is fine. You will have to pass the Covid screening and wear a mask while performing. If you need more information or have questions, please email them at email@example.com or call 319-465-2013.
MinnTex Citrus, Inc in Monticello is now hiring seasonal employees for 3 weeks starting after Thanksgiving. Flexible scheduling – you can choose days, nights, or weekends. Wages range from $18.50 – $23.00 per hour. Must be 16 or older to apply. Call 319-465-5972 for more information on these open positions.
Monticello Nursing and Rehab is looking for Certified Nurses Assistants. We are willing to train the right candidate. We offer flexible scheduling and wages up to $16 per hour plus a $1,500 sign on bonus for those who qualify. Interested applicants should call Laurissa at 319-465-5415 or apply online at www.monticellocampus.com. Feel free to email Laurissa at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Today’s Lunch: Breaded cheese sticks, garden salad, fresh vegetables, sidekick, and milk.
Today’s Activities: Legally Blonde Musical 7:00 pm.
Saturday – Legally Blonde Musical 7:00.
Quad City Dance Competition.