Announcements

Announcements for 

Friday, November 15, 2019

                                                                                                   

 

DAILY EVENTS


Attention Seniors:

Jostens will be here during all lunches on Tuesday, November 19 for you to place your cap and gown order. This is the last scheduled visit for Jostens.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Ross or Mrs. Raney.

 

 

Panthers on the GO! Please come join us to train for a half marathon in March 2020. We will start Monday, December 2nd. Be dressed (check weather) and ready to run inside or out! We will meet in room 107 at 2:30. Click on the link for more details or see Coach Woo in room 107 during TAP.

 

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Juniors:

The Junior Ring Ceremony and Ring Dance are being held on Friday, November 22nd.  Ceremony and dance will both be held at Andres South on Telegraph.  The ceremony will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m., and the dance will follow immediately at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets go on sale in the lower commons during all lunches beginning next Monday, November 11th through Friday, November 15th.  The cost is $25 each and all fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  

 

 

Seniors: Any seniors interested in taking Dual Enrollment courses at St. Louis Community College for the spring semester should sign up to see Mrs. Neighbors as soon as possible. To ensure all necessary paperwork is done on time and to make second semester schedule adjustments, the meeting with Mrs. Neighbors needs to happen before November 15.

 

 

November 21, 8:30-10:15AM - St. Louis CAPS Medicine, Health Care & Bioscience, Information Session, 10010 Kennerly Rd.  High school juniors that aspire to pursue a degree in a medicine and health-related career.  STUDENT MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO ATTEND. Pickup Permission form in the Counseling Office.   Event is free, registration is required and space is limited.  Use link to register. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/st-louis-caps-medicine-health-care-bioscience-informational-session-tickets-70717741669.  Follow on Twitter @stlcaps, #Capsnet 

 

 

Miss Ogolin is traveling with students to Germany & Italy in the summer of 2021 on a Global Leadership Summit. If you're interested in joining, swing by room 339 during TAP or email her at ogolinc@msdr9.org for more information. 

 

 

Student of the Year Opportunity

 

The Leukemia Lymphoma Society is seeking motivated high school and college students who are interested in a leadership and philanthropy opportunity that ensures they stand out when engaging with peers and future employers.  You will also be making a real impact on the fight against blood cancers. This 7 week campaign program will have students competing in a fundraising challenge to benefit the LLS. The winning student/team will earn the title of Student of the Year as well as a variety of other incentives such as scholarships, professional skills, and community service hours.  Need to sign up by December 20th, the campaign begins February 14th and runs through April 3rd. The grand finale will be on April 3rd at Hilton Frontenac. We have had a Mehlville student represented for the past two years, raising over $20,000 between them. See Ms. Freise in room 237 for more details.

 

 

CLUB MEETINGS

 

Nov 18th – HOSA Mtg – Room 239 – 2:15 pm

Nov 18th – Speech & Debate – Room 337 – 2:20 pm

Nov 18th – STUCO – Room 335 – 6:30 pm

Nov 19th – STUCO – room 335 – 6:00 am

Nov 19th – Tabletop Club/Coding Club – Library – 2:15 pm

Nov 19th – Friends Club – Cafeteria – 2:20 pm

Nov 20th – Speech & Debate – Room 337 – 2:20 pm


 

A+ Tutoring After School Dates – in Room 202 – 2:15-4:00pm

                                    November 18                                  

           November 19          

  November 25

December 2

December 3

December 9

December 11

December 16

December 17

December 18


 

UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS

November 18 - Drury University 

November 22 - Southern Illinois University 

November 26 - Columbia College 

December 5 - Missouri Western State University

 

 

HELP WANTED

 

SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB Food Runner/Server Assistant.  No experience required.  Flexible shifts.  Work as much or as little as you desire.  Shifts available mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends.  Some benefits include Golf benefits, meals and parking.  If interested email, resume (if applicable), phone call or stop by to complete an application.  Attention:  Judi Winfrey, 9555 S. Geyer, St. Louis, MO  63127, 314-843-1100, www.sunsetcountryclub.org 

 

BANDANA’S BAR-B-Q, Sunset Hills, MO, competitive wages, benefits, training, flexible schedule.  Apply at www.bandanasbbq.com/employment

 

 

  Dates to Remember:

                        Nov 15th – Student/Staff Basketball Game – 5:00 pm

                        Nov 19th – BOE Meeting – 6:30 pm

                        Nov 20th – Early Dismissal @ 11:25 am

                        Nov 20th – Movie Night at MHS – 6:00 pm

                        Nov 22nd – Junior Ring Ceremony & Dance– 6:00 pm – Andre’s South

                        Nov 27-29th – NO SCHOOL – Thanksgiving break

 

           

               

  • Parent Notes: Please remember that outside lunches, flowers, balloons and other items are not allowed to be delivered to MHS for students by you or others.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
  • Absences: If your student is absent from school, please call the attendance line to report their absence at 314-467-6020. Please state and spell your name, your student's name, their grade level, and the date(s) they are absent. Thank you.
  • Early Dismissals: Parents, if your student has an early dismissal, please remember to call the attendance office ahead of time so that your student will be able to leave on time as needed. 
  • In the event school is closed due to inclement weather, staff and parents will be notified via SchoolMessenger alert (text, app notification, phone call and/or email). You can also check our website, mehlvilleschooldistrict.com, or watch KMOV, KSDK or KTVI for closure information.

Student Parking:  MHS is sold out for parking this year.  Some local businesses rent parking spaces, however MHS is not affliated with those businesses.  If your student is parking at a business, please make sure they have secured an agreement with that facility.  Unauthorized parked vehicles are subject to being towed at that vehicle’s owner’s expense. 

 

*The Character Plus word for November is Courage  – Face your fears and work to overcome them..

 

 

Please check MHS website calendar for upcoming events at www.mhs.mehlvilleschooldistrict.com.  

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