Daily Bulletin

9-21-18

September 21, 2018

BELL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

BELL SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

SNO-ISLE – ADDITIONAL DAYS

Thursday, Sept. 27 No PM Session (AM programs are in session as usual)

Friday, Oct. 5 No AM Session (PM programs are in session as usual)

STUDENT NEWS

​Parking passes can be picked up in the main office! Come see if yours is ready!

If you paid for ASB and you have not received your ASB sticker, you can pick it up in the Finance Office.

On October 10th, Tenth and twelfth grade students will be taking the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey. The Healthy Youth survey is anonymous and includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.


EVCC is hosting College in the High School Information Sessions:

EVCC Main Campus - Sept 22nd

EVCC East County Campus - Oct 6th      -      Visit their website for additional information.

Planner person? Art journal enthusiast? Do you just need to write it down? Come if you’re curious or would like to join others in Mrs. Blaine's room Tuesdays at lunch - open during BOTH lunches. You are welcome to plan, art, organize, share ideas, show off your layouts or art, ask questions, see what others are up to, or just sit and enjoy the company! 

School Agendas are available in the main office. They are $10 dollars. Checks made out to Bearcat Pride.

Attention students who park on campus: Remember to fill out a parking application and turn it into the finance office with your payment. If you paid online you still need to fill out an application! Cars without permits will be ticketed beginning October 1st.

Juniors! Register now for the October 13th PSAT. Cost is $22 – pay at the Finance window. Registration is open until Friday, October 12th or until the roster is full. Questions? See Ms. Gallik in the Finance office.

CAREER CENTER

College Visit at MHS in September

26th Grand Canyon University

The Rotary Club of Monroe is looking to students interested in their foreign exchange program.

Come in for details.

SPORTS
MHS dance is excited to be partnering with KreativMndz dance studio and choreographers for this upcoming comp season! We are holding tryouts this week after school. Talk to a dance team member to set up a time to come by!

Interested in joining MHS cheer as a cheerleader or stunt man? Open tryouts for the Winter season are next Wednesday the 26th, and October 3rd, welcoming new 2018-19 members. Please fill out an open gym waiver in the office to participate!

Any boys soccer players from last year who are interested in being involved in the hiring process for the new head boys soccer coach please see Mr. Henderson in the main office.

FRIDAY

7:00 Varsity Football at Mariner. Bus 4:30

SATURDAY

8:30 am - JV Volleyball Tournament at Kent-Meridian. Bus 7:00 am

10:00 am - Cross Country Bellevue Invitational at Lake Sammamish State Park. Bus leaves 7:15 am

9-20-18

September 20, 2018

BELL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

BELL SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

SNO-ISLE – ADDITIONAL DAYS

Thursday, Sept. 27 No PM Session (AM programs are in session as usual)

Friday, Oct. 5 No AM Session (PM programs are in session as usual)

STUDENT NEWS

​On October 10th, Tenth and twelfth grade students will be taking the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey. The Healthy Youth survey is anonymous and includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.

Parking passes can be picked up in the main office! Come see if yours is ready!


EVCC is hosting College in the High School Information Sessions:

EVCC Main Campus - Sept 22nd

EVCC East County Campus - Oct 6th

Visit their website for additional information.

Planner person? Art journal enthusiast? Do you just need to write it down? Come if you’re curious or would like to join others in Mrs. Blaine's room Tuesdays at lunch - open during BOTH lunches. You are welcome to plan, art, organize, share ideas, show off your layouts or art, ask questions, see what others are up to, or just sit and enjoy the company! 

The Bearcat Design Studio will be open today after school 2:30 - 3:30. Please stop by if you'd like to learn about coding, electronics, fabrication, robotics, or just want to make stuff. See you after school!

School Agendas are available in the main office. They are $10 dollars. Checks made out to Bearcat Pride.

Attention students who park on campus: Remember to fill out a parking application and turn it into the finance office with your payment. If you paid online you still need to fill out an application! Cars without permits will be ticketed beginning October 1st.

Juniors! Register now for the October 13th PSAT. Cost is $22 – pay at the Finance window. Registration is open until Friday, October 12th or until the roster is full. Questions? See Ms. Gallik in the Finance office.

CLUBS

Attention all writers, poets, storytellers, philosophers, artists, and other intelligent and creative individuals. The literary arts club (aka Write Club) will be meeting today after school in room 502 from 2:30 to 3:30.  Questions?  See Mr. Adams or Mr. Allen.

Attention FCCLA members and those interested in careers in Nutrition, Fitness, Cooking, or other Family and Consumer Science fields.  A quick informational meeting will be held in Mr. Fox's room (512) today after school.

CAREER CENTER

College Visit at MHS in September

26th Grand Canyon University

The Rotary Club of Monroe is looking to students interested in their foreign exchange program.

Come in for details.

SPORTS
MHS dance is excited to be partnering with KreativMndz dance studio and choreographers for this upcoming comp season! We are holding tryouts this week after school. Talk to a dance team member to set up a time to come by!

Interested in joining MHS cheer as a cheerleader or stunt man? Open tryouts for the Winter season are next Wednesday the 26th, and October 3rd, welcoming new 2018-19 members. Please fill out an open gym waiver in the office to participate!

Any boys soccer players from last year who are interested in being involved in the hiring process for the new head boys soccer coach please see Mr. Henderson in the main office.

3:30 - Boys Varsity Tennis vs Kamiak at Home

3:30 - Boys JV Tennis at Kamiak.  Release 1:45, Bus 2:00

3:45 - Cross Country at Mariner.  Dismiss 2:15, Bus 2:30

5:15/5:15/7:00 - C/JV/V Volleyball at Kamiak. Bus 3:45

5:30/7:00 - JV/V Girls Soccer at Kamiak.  Bus 4:00

9-19-18

September 19, 2018

BELL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

BELL SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

SNO-ISLE – ADDITIONAL DAYS

Thursday, Sept. 27 No PM Session (AM programs are in session as usual)

Friday, Oct. 5 No AM Session (PM programs are in session as usual)

STUDENT NEWS

​On October 10th, Tenth and twelfth grade students will be taking the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey. The Healthy Youth survey is anonymous and includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.


EVCC is hosting College in the High School Information Sessions:

EVCC Main Campus - Sept 22nd

EVCC East County Campus - Oct 6th

Visit their website for additional information.

Planner person? Art journal enthusiast? Do you just need to write it down? Come if you’re curious or would like to join others in Mrs. Blaine's room Tuesdays at lunch - open during BOTH lunches. You are welcome to plan, art, organize, share ideas, show off your layouts or art, ask questions, see what others are up to, or just sit and enjoy the company! 

The Bearcat Design Studio will be open after school on Thursday from 2:30 - 3:30. Please stop by if you'd like to learn about coding, electronics, fabrication, robotics, or just want to make stuff. See you after school on Thursday!

School Agendas are available in the main office. They are $10 dollars. Checks made out to Bearcat Pride.

Attention students who park on campus: Remember to fill out a parking application and turn it into the finance office with your payment. If you paid online you still need to fill out an application! Cars without permits will be ticketed beginning October 1st.

Juniors! Register now for the October 13th PSAT. Cost is $22 – pay at the Finance window. Registration is open until Friday, October 12th or until the roster is full. Questions? See Ms. Gallik in the Finance office.

CLUBS

Attention all writers, poets, storytellers, philosophers, artists, and other intelligent and creative individuals. The literary arts club (aka Write Club) will be meeting Thursday after school in room 502 from 2:30 to 3:30.  Questions?  See Mr. Adams or Mr. Allen.

Attention FCCLA members and those interested in careers in Nutrition, Fitness, Cooking, or other Family and Consumer Science fields.  A quick informational meeting will be held in Mr. Fox's room (512) TOMORROW after school.

Drama Club

Interested in auditioning for this year's fall play, "Dearly Beloved"?  Sign up for an audition slot outside of Mr. Loewen's room #508. Auditions are TODAY in the PAC. If you have questions or would like additional information see Mr. Loewen or one of the Drama Club Officers. 

CAREER CENTER

College Visit at MHS in September

19th University of Washington

26th Grand Canyon University

 

The Rotary Club of Monroe is looking to students interested in their foreign exchange program.

Come in for details.

 

SPORTS

3:30 - Boys Varsity Tennis vs Mariner at Home

9-18-18

September 18, 2018

BELL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

BELL SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

SNO-ISLE – ADDITIONAL DAYS

Thursday, Sept. 27 No PM Session (AM programs are in session as usual)

Friday, Oct. 5 No AM Session (PM programs are in session as usual)

STUDENT NEWS

​Hey Seniors! Following these announcements, please head down to the PAC for a senior class meeting during study time. See you there!

On October 10th, Tenth and twelfth grade students will be taking the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey. The Healthy Youth survey is anonymous and includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.

ASB cards are ready! Pick yours up TODAY during lunches in the PAC!

Planner person? Art journal enthusiast? Do you just need to write it down? Come if you’re curious or would like to join others in Mrs. Blaine's room Tuesdays at lunch - open during BOTH lunches. You are welcome to plan, art, organize, share ideas, show off your layouts or art, ask questions, see what others are up to, or just sit and enjoy the company! 

The Bearcat Design Studio will be open after school on Thursday from 2:30 - 3:30. Please stop by if you'd like to learn about coding, electronics, fabrication, robotics, or just want to make stuff. See you after school on Thursday!

School Agendas are available in the main office. They are $10 dollars. Checks made out to Bearcat Pride.

Attention students who park on campus: Remember to fill out a parking application and turn it into the finance office with your payment. If you paid online you still need to fill out an application! Cars without permits will be ticketed beginning October 1st.

Juniors! Register now for the October 13th PSAT. Cost is $22 – pay at the Finance window. Registration is open until Friday, October 12th or until the roster is full. Questions? See Ms. Gallik in the Finance office.

CLUBS

Attention FCCLA members and those interested in careers in Nutrition, Fitness, Cooking, or other Family and Consumer Science fields.  A quick informational meeting will be held in Mr. Fox's room (512) after
school on Thursday the 20th.

Drama Club

Interested in auditioning for this year's fall play, "Dearly Beloved"?  Sign up for an audition slot outside of Mr. Loewen's room #508. Auditions are TODAY and TOMORROW in the PAC. If you have questions or would like additional information see Mr. Loewen or one of the Drama Club Officers. 

CAREER CENTER

College Visit at MHS in September

19th University of Washington

26th Grand Canyon University

College Workshop starts next Wednesday.

Sign -Up sheet is in the Career Center.

The Rotary Club of Monroe is looking to students interested in their foreign exchange program. Come in for details.

SPORTS

5:15/5:15/7:00 - C/JV/V Volleyball vs Mariner at Home

5:30/7:30 - JV/V Girls Soccer at Mariner. Bus 4:00

9-17-18

September 17, 2018

BELL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

BELL SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

Monday – Schedule #1A

Tuesday – Schedule #1B

Wednesday – Schedule #1B

Thursday – Schedule #1B

Friday – Schedule #1C

SNO-ISLE – ADDITIONAL DAYS

Thursday, Sept. 27 No PM Session (AM programs are in session as usual)

Friday, Oct. 5 No AM Session (PM programs are in session as usual)

STUDENT NEWS

​Hey Seniors! On Tuesday, September 18th, there will be a senior class meeting during study time. After the announcements, please head down to the PAC. See you there!

School Agendas are available in the main office. They are $10 dollars. Checks made out to Bearcat Pride.

Attention students who park on campus: Remember to fill out a parking application and turn it into the finance office with your payment. If you paid online you still need to fill out an application! Cars without permits will be ticketed beginning October 1st.

Juniors! Register now for the October 13th PSAT. Cost is $22 – pay at the Finance window. Registration is open until Friday, October 12th or until the roster is full. Questions? See Ms. Gallik in the Finance office.

CLUBS

Attention FCCLA members and those interested in careers in Nutrition, Fitness, Cooking, or other Family and Consumer Science fields.  A quick informational meeting will be held in Mr. Fox's room (512) after
school on Thursday the 20th.

Drama Club

Interested in auditioning for this year's fall play, "Dearly Beloved"?  Sign up for an audition slot outside of Mr. Loewen's room #508. Auditions are Tuesday, September 18th and Wednesday, September 19th in the PAC. If you have questions or would like additional information see Mr. Loewen or one of the Drama Club Officers. 

CAREER CENTER

College Visit at MHS in September

19th University of Washington

26th Grand Canyon University

College Workshop starts next Wednesday.

Sign -Up sheet is in the Career Center.

The Rotary Club of Monroe is looking to students interested in their foreign exchange program.

Come in for details.

SPORTS

3:30 - JV & Varsity Boys Tennis at Jackson. Dismiss 1:45, Bus 2:00

5:00 - JV Football at Lake Stevens. Bus 3:15