Student Bulletin Tuesday, November 30 Day 1
The next workout with a military recruiter will be on December 8th from 2-3 with Ssgt. Cordell from the United States Marine Corps. See Mrs. Sconsa to sign up or meet in the entryway of school on the 8th.
SODA is again working with the American Heart Association to raise money and awareness. If you would like to buy a AHA shirt to wear when we have a Heart Association Red out in February, here is the link. https://sodaahafundraiser.itemorder.com/ The store will be open until December 23.
BPA is collecting toys for “Toys for Tots”. If you would like to contribute, you can bring new, unwrapped toys and drop them off in the collection box in the high school vestibule. BPA will be collecting toys through Friday, December 10. Make a child’s Christmas a little bit brighter!!
Monticello Sports Live is looking for people to run the camera for the live broadcast during both the JV and Varsity basketball games. You can run the camera for just JV or just Varsity or all four games. Let Mrs. Carlson know if you are interested. See her in the library or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monticello Sports Live is looking for 1-2 students to keep stats for the live broadcast during the Varsity basketball games. Software is easy to run. If you are interested contact Mrs. Carlson in the library or by email email@example.com
ISU Extension & Outreach Jones County is offering this informational night —
STEAM’n Through the Seasons on Thursday, December 2 is a 4-H and Clover Kids Informational Night. We are partnering with Jones County 4-H County Council to set up hands-on, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) Activities for Jones County youth to engage and learn what Clover Kids has to offer. The event will have information about how to enroll in Clover Kids, 4-H, and other youth programming activities. As the attendees leave, each family will receive an At Home Youth Kit: 4-H Water bottle, Enrollment information, and an at home STEAM activity.
Monticello Fire Department is looking for junior firefighters to fill their open spots. If you are interested in Fire Science or interested in learning more about being a firefighter, this may be for you. Individuals must be 16+ and hold a 2.0 GPA or higher. As a Junior Firefighter, members serve in a support role for the senior firefighters at actual emergencies & are able to train side by side in the weekly/monthly training exercises held at the MFD. If interested in learning more or applying for an open spot, guidelines & applications are available in the HS Office.
Student Enterprise is accepting orders for our famous caramel corn. If you are interested in purchasing a delicious treat for yourself or someone else, please read our attached current flyer for more details. Thank you for your support and as always, GO PANTHERS! ..\Pawpcorn.png
MHS Panther Tutoring is being offered in the Support Room (ICN room 316) this week as follows –
Tuesday, November 30:
3:15 pm to 4:15 pm – Mrs. Maher, Mrs. Schockemoehl, Mr. Szurkowski
Thursday, December 2:
7:00 am to 8:00 am — Mrs. Keeney, Mrs. Maher
3:15 pm to 4:15 pm — Mrs. Toenjes, Ms. Derby, Mrs. Rush
Watch the high school student announcements and school messenger for dates and times on a weekly basis. If you need extra help, need time to complete work, or need to reassess, please send come to tutoring. Contact Nick Schauf, MHS Principal, with questions.
Hey Panthers! It’s Student Council. We are hosting our annual food drive again this year through the 19th of December. Please check out the posters around school for highly needed items. The Food Pantry does not want travel-sized items therefore, they 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. We will calculate items like we have in the past; average per person in the classroom.
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.
SENIOR AND BABY PHOTO DEADLINE IS DEC 21
You must turn in a senior picture and baby picture before winter break if you want one. After the deadline we cannot accept them, and we will submit yearbook pages using your most recent school photo and no baby photo.
DON’T MISS OUT ON USING YOUR CHOICE OF PHOTOS.
SUBMIT THEM NOW TO MRS WOODHOUSE OR THE OFFICE WINDOW
Click the link below if you aren’t sure if you have submitted one.
Silver Service Opportunity:
The Gingham Dog is looking for students willing to help out at the store. You can help during the day and on Saturdays when it works in your schedule. Contact Bonnie at 319-465-5856.
Mr. Thumma, Elementary Music Teacher, needs help on Monday, December 6th setting up for the Carpenter Concert with the following:
Set-up in the gym – 3:30 p.m.
Handing out programs 5:15-6:15 p.m.
Contact Mr. Thumma at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help out!
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.
Ohnward Bank and Trust is looking for a student part-time employee.
Hours: Work afternoons during the week 1:00 to 5:00. These weekday hours could have some flexibility too. Saturday mornings 9:00 to 11:30 every Saturday.
Duties: Teller work – process deposits from our customers, cashing checks, making change for our business customers, take any request for maintenance changes so they could be updated in our system by staff, wrapping coin, etc.
Age: We are looking for someone who is a Junior or Senior. Contact Suzan Ehlers at 319-465-6173 ext 3213.
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: Beef taco, seasoned rice, black bean & corn salsa, pineapple chunks, and milk.
Today’s Activities: JV/V Girls & Boys Basketball @ Bellevue 4:30.
Seniors planning to attend college next year should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. See Mrs. Stenger after completing it for a free pop-it!
Scholarships are beginning to be posted. They will be posted alphabetically by name of scholarship as we post them. When active, the scholarship name will be turned green. Go to the school’s website at www.monticello.k12.ia.us and go to the High School page. Click on the Counseling tab, then click on Scholarships on the right. Also check out the Counseling Announcement link for other counseling office information and other college and scholarship announcements.
Special Education Teacher Scholarship – is for a graduating senior who is planning to student Education, specifically Special Education. Go to www.claimaid.com/se-teacher-scholarship to apply. Deadline is January 15, 2022.