Student Bulletin Thursday, 4-21-22 Day 2
Anyone interested in trying out for football or basketball cheerleading needs to pick up an information packet at the office drive-up window.
Attention Juniors and Seniors – If you are going to prom, please sign up your guest and yourself for prom in the office. All MHS students going to prom need to sign up in the office by Friday, April 22 at 3:15 pm. You may not bring an 8th grade student. Out of district guests must fill out a dance guest form and return to the office by April 22, 2022.
We have received very few guest registration forms so far. If your guest goes to another high school, you must fill out the guest registration form as soon as possible. Their principal must sign and return the form to us before 3:15 on Friday, April 22.
Prom is from 8-10:00 pm in the new middle school commons. The entrance that will be used for prom is the front of the High School. Then you will be directed to the Middle School Gym. Students will not be allowed into the dance after 9:00 pm. Once you leave the dance after 9:00 pm you will not be allowed back in.
Post-prom goers: Your t-shirt is your ticket to post-prom. Wear it with a smile! Diane Temple and Amie Stadtmueller will be at the check-in table at post-prom with a list of registrants, so if you didn’t get signed up for post-prom in time for a t-shirt, you’ll just need to check-in with them. Easy peasy. You do need to stay at post-prom for the duration of the event to be eligible to get a prize. If you leave post-prom, you will not be readmitted. You need to be checked in by 10:30 pm. If you have questions, contact Diane at email@example.com.
Grand March is at 4:00 in the high school auditorium:
- Please enter the school through the “athletic door” and report to the choir room. Please arrive between 3:45-4:00.
- When you get there, you’ll be asked to fill out a card with the names of the people who will be walking out together. You may also go solo. Then you’ll wait for one of the Post-Prom helpers to let you know when it’s your turn to head out to the stage.
MHS Panther Tutoring is being offered in the Support Room (ICN room 316) this week as follows –
Thursday, April 21
3:15 to 4:15 pm – Mr. Gilkerson, Mrs. Toenjes, Mr. Szurkowski, Mrs. Keeney
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 take advantage of this opportunity. Contact Nick Schauf, MHS Principal, with questions.
Silver Service Opportunities:
Mr. Thumma needs help on Tuesday, April 26 at 3:15 to set up risers in the high school gym. If you can help, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A community member is looking for help cleaning out a duplex. If you are interested in earning Silver Service hours, please contact Sarah Schilling at 319-480-2265.
The City of Dyersville is hosting a Digital Job Fair April 27th to May 11th. It will be worth your time if you are looking for a job as they are doing a Facebook drawing just by “going” to the event. See the flyer outside the office.
Any questions contact —
Karla Thompson, Executive Director
Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce
1100 16th Ave CT SE
Dyersville, IA 52040
Monticello Nursing & Rehab is looking for part-time CNAs – 4:00-8:00 p.m. shift at $17/hour. They are also looking for part-time Dietary Aides – 5:00-8:00 p.m. shift at $12/hour. Apply online or email email@example.com with questions.
Seeking a HS student for a summer nanny position in Monticello. Must have a license and own vehicle and clean driving record. Role will include caring for 8 year-old (girl) and 5 year-old (boy) 4-5 days (M-F) a week for 6-7 hours per day. Prefer someone willing to take children to summer activities (such as swim lessons), the pool (pool pass provided), and possible field trips (cost to be covered by family). Pay to be discussed with interested parties. Please have 1-2 references available. If interested, please contact Nadia at 319.270.2580 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors – scholarship time is here! Check out the Scholarship link on the HS Counseling website for a long list of scholarships – many local scholarships are due in April – don’t miss out! New applications are added almost every day. Read the applications carefully for eligibility and if you do apply, pay attention to directions and how and where to submit your application. Good luck!
Rotary/L. Greenawald Scholarship & The Rotary Scholarship – Two scholarships will be awarded – one for the Rotary/L. Greenawald Scholarship and one for the Rotary Scholarship. Criteria for both includes involvement in community service, past academic achievement, citizenship, financial need, probability of success and character. Information and application can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is May 2, 2022
Helgens Family Memorial Scholarship – In memory of James Gordon Helgens, Vernon Helgens, and Mary Louise Helgens. Any senior student is eligible to apply. Preference will be given to young men or women with financial need. Recipients must be ambitious and planning to pursue some type of post-secondary education. Information and application can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is May 2, 2022
Today’s Lunch: Breaded cheese sticks, lettuce salad with dressing, fresh vegetables, Mandarin oranges, and milk
Activities: Girls Varsity Golf, @ N. Scott 12:00
Girls and Boys Varsity Track, Home 4:30