Student Bulletin Thursday 5-5-22 Day 2
Seniors – if you haven’t turned in your Senior Questionnaire, please do so! These are used for state reporting and the Senior Edition of the Monticello Express. They were due April 19 and we need them back ASAP! Thanks
All 9th grade students are attending JREC’s Career Exploration Day Wednesday, May 18th from 8:40-11:15 am
MHS Panther Tutoring is being offered in the Support Room (ICN room 316) this week as follows –
Thursday, May 5
7:00 to 8:00 am – Mrs. Maher
3:15 to 4:15 pm – Mr. Schockemoehl, Mrs. Toenjes, Mr. Szurkowski, Mr. Gilkerson
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:
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 July 4th parade committee is looking for volunteers to assist with this year’s parade and feel we have some good opportunities for students wanting to get some Silver Cord hours.
We need 3-4 (or more) cyclists to transport entry (information) cards to the viewing stand and we could use
6-8 more to assist with traffic control along the parade route.
Volunteers will earn 4 hours of serve and receive an official parade t-shirt in their size. Please email email@example.com> if you are interested.
Needed: This Saturday, 5-7-22
2-3 Strong individuals to move boxes from basement to storage locker, approximately 2 loads
$15.00 per hour or Silver Service credit. Pick up or van would be required. Please contact Ms. Franklin at (319) 480-2534.
Sign up today to donate at the Monticello Community Blood Drive!
All donors will help up to four patients in our community ensuring that essential procedures do not have to be postponed AND earn a $10 gift card. And of course get to enjoy some snacks with friends and neighbors!
Donating blood takes about an hour (with just 15 minutes on the donor bed) and makes a HUGE impact.
Monticello Community Blood Drive
Monday, May 23rd 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm Berndes Center Gym
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com.
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!
Extended Deadline Scholarships:
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 and women with financial need. Recipient must be ambitious and planning to pursue some type of post-secondary education. Applications can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS counseling website.
Rotary/L. Greenawald Scholarship and the Rotary Scholarship
Two scholarships will be awarded – one for the Rotary/L.Greenawald and one for the Rotary Scholarship. Criteria includes involvement in Community Service, past academic achievement, citizenship, financial need, probability of success and character. Applications can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS counseling website.
Carter & Amber Kramer Scholarship – Two $5000 scholarships will be awarded to members of the Class of 2022 entering an accredited trade school. This scholarship is open to men or women who will be driven to excel in a trade. Based on positive contributions to society, problem solving skills, character development, collaborative skills and being a team player. Not determined by GPA but on their passion for learning. The application can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is May 9, 2022
DEADLINE EXTENDED! Jacquie Lambert Memorial Scholarship – Applicant must be a Monticello senior planning to pursue a higher education in the nursing field. Must have at least a 2.0 GPA. Information and application can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is extended to May 5, 2022
Norma McDonell Scholarship
Applicant must be planning to enter a nursing program. Guidelines include being actively involved in volunteering, have a financial need and have a strong academic history. The application was emailed to all seniors and can also be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS Counseling website. Deadline is May 12, 2022.
If anyone has photos from Prom Night that you would like to have in the yearbook please email them to:
Please note that if you send photos they might not all be chosen for the prom page in the yearbook.
Clean up Day:
Please see attached video from your Student Council regarding Clean Up Day on May 13th.
Today’s Lunch: Taco/shell, Seasoned Rice, Black bean and corn salsa, Mixed fruit and Milk
Activities: Girls and Boys Conference Track — Home 4:30