Student Bulletin Wednesday, 6-1-22 Day 1
Students, this is your last week of school for 2021-2022. Make it count!
Congratulations to the students elected to the Student Council for next school year.
Student Council Members
President – Lauren Koehler
Vice President – Bella Mullen
Secretary – Mia Jaeger
President – Tate Petersen
Vice President – Emma Althoff
President – Baylor Holub
Vice President – Taylor Gassman
Representative – Lauren Verhagen
Representative – Zach Yates
Representative – Lake Schnoor
President – Leah Koehler
Vice President – Lilly Moestchen
Representative – Lydia Ahlrichs
Representative – Royce Kiburz
Representative – Kendall Siebels
President – Lincoln Schneiter
Vice-President – Brady Gogel
Representative – Grant Gassman
Representative – Aedan Althoff
Basketball meeting Thursday, June 2nd
Attention all girls basketball players 7 -11 there will be a short signup and informational meeting Thursday June 2 at 7:30 a.m. in Coach Kremer’s Room. The meeting will take about 5 to 10 minutes. If you are unable to attend please contact Coach Kremer.
Day of Caring Thank you to all of the Monticello High School Students who participated in the Day of Caring. This is a fun slide show of that day.
Follow the tinyurl link to view the Day of Caring slideshow. https://tinyurl.com/montidayofcaring
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.
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
Energy Manufacturing is hiring summer workers. Must be 18 years of age, tolerate summer plant conditions, and willing to take direction for: Assembly, cleaning, paint, material handling and machine cycling.
Apply via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org: In person: 204 Plastic Lane, Monticello: Questions call
319-465-3537 x 322 Pay $17.51 per hour, Monday through Friday only, flexible hours.
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
Cornerstone Building Brands Employment Opportunity
Hello! We are looking for high school and college students that are 18 years or older for summer help. Flexible schedule and great pay.
HR Business Partner
Today’s Lunch: Cheeseburger, Baked beans, Corn, Fruit and Milk
Activities: JV and Varsity Baseball @ Home vs North Linn — 5:00 pm and 7:15 pm