Student Bulletin Friday, 5-13-22 Day 1
Clean Up HAS BEEN MOVED TO MONDAY, 5-16
* This is your BLOCK 3 DAY 1 Class
* Wes Wilson and Kelly Derby will drive NHS group of 10 to Camp Courageous in school vans
* 29 students have open block: Last Name A-M stay at school and pick up trash on MS/HS campus, Last Name N-Z follow Mr. Hakert and Mr. Arduser to the Disk Golf location
|Location||StuCo Rep||Numbers||Activities||Bus #||Needed tools|
|Disk golf No Bus Required English 1 – Arduser (22) Chemistry – Hakert (18) Open Block Students last name N-Z||Lydia & Bella||40||Pick up trash/branches||none||Glove, sacks|
|Swimming pool and Fountain Park Algebra 2 – Sauser (26)||Tate||26||Paint beer tent, weeding, planting||4||Gloves and old clothes|
|Downtown Pocket park/Library Presbyterian Church Roaring 20’s – Gilkerson (29) Comp 1 – Osterkamp (23)||Sully and Mia||40-ish||Weeding, gardening, Trash, sweep||3||Brooms, sacks|
|Sacred Heart Church No Bus Required No MHS students||Emma Althoff||Sacred Heart kids||Work directly with Judy Tuetken||none||Gloves|
|Jacob’s Park/walk to Carpenter School English 4 – Farrow (23)||Lily M||23||Trash pickup||3||Gloves, sacks|
|Fairgrounds Occu Exp – Gassman (15) Pottery – Woodhouse (13) A & P – Schockemoehl (8 or fewer)||Taylor & Lauren V &||30-ish||Trash pickup, painting||1||Gloves, sacks|
|Baseball park by Riverside Rose garden Small Engine – Schmitt (23) Foods 1 – Toenjes (19) Social Thinking – Hall (4)||Elise Faith||46||Trash pick up and heavy lumber (last year this was a surprise)||2||Gloves, long pants and shirts, heavy boots|
|High school grounds No Bus Required Spanish – Meshak (19) Open Block Students last name A-M||Elijah||30-ish||Trash pick up||none||Slacks, gloves|
|KCC Campus/Shelter beyond (outside city limits) Prob & Stats – Keeney (4) PE – Lynn (26)||Lauren K||30||Clean up plethora of trash Lisa Folken wants to help||5||Slacks and gloves|
|MNRC (nursing Home) Physics – Manternach (10)||Emma S Baylor and Zach||10||Trash pick up, flower planting??||4||Sacks, gloves|
|Cemetery No Bus Required 9/10 Choir – Kniess (27) Manufacturing 2 – Kremer (14) Personal Studies – Maher (2)||Grant, Leah, Joanna||43||Scrub stones||none||Brushes, water, buckets.|
Students with an open block Day 1 Block 3 are still encouraged to participate in the city-wide community clean-up. If your last name starts with the letter A through M, you will help clean the high school and middle school grounds. If your last name starts with the letter N through Z, you will help clean the disk golf area. Neither location requires a bus.
Congratulations to Alex Oswald who placed 7th in Personal Financial Management at the Business Professionals of America – National Leadership Conference in Dallas, TX. Congrats also to Becky Lang, River Smith, and Marisa Grant who also qualified and competed at nationals this past week.
All 9th grade students are attending JREC’s Career Exploration Day Wednesday, May 18th from 8:40-11:15 am
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.
Student Council Office Opportunity
If you are seeking to develop or refine your leadership skills and you are dedicated to serving your peers, the MHS staff invites you to run for Student Council office. Please read carefully the email sent to all students from Ms. Maher regarding the necessary steps to run.
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.
McOtto’s in Anamosa is looking for some Great People. They invite you to be part of a family owned restaurant. Please apply in person. Phone number 319-462-4200
Seniors – Scholarship time is here! Check out the Scholarship link on the HS Counseling website for a long list of scholarships – New applications are added almost every day.
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.
U.S. LBM Holdings Seeking 18 year old
With Summer right around the corner, we would like to advertise our openings for students who may be looking for a job. They have to be 18 years old, but we offer flexible scheduling. If you know anyone who might be interested, please have them apply online on our website or they can reach out to me directly via the phone number below.
Rachel Bacon 563-875-5735 www.uslbm.com Rachel.Bacon@uslbm.com
Don McCarthy Memorial Scholarship
Applicant must be graduating from Monticello High School and planning to register as a full-time student at the college of their choice. Must be pursuing further education or training in the medical field, fire science, EMS and/or be a current or past year Firefighter. Information can be found on the Scholarship web page linked from the HS counselor’s website. Deadline is May 12th.
Jones County Fair Employment Opportunity
July 19 through July 24th Work in the Eat My Bloomers Trailer — $13.00
For more information call Kathy Dirks 319-389-9002
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.
Today’s Lunch: Quesadilla, lettuce salad with dressing, Fresh veggies, banana and milk
Activities: Girls and Boys Soccer vs. Cedar Valley Christian – Home 5:00 and 6:30
Girls Regional Golf — @ Anamosa 9:00
Saturday, 5-14-22 Girls and Boys Soccer — @ Tipton 11:00 and 1:00