Moline High School Annual Student Art Show
Moline High School will hold its annual student art show on Tuesday, May 16, from 8 am – 4 pm and 6 pm – 8 pm in the East Gym, 3600 Avenue of the Cities. Student works in painting, drawing, printmaking, pottery, sculpture, computer art, photography, glass, and metal art will be displayed. The public is invited to attend the evening session.
MHS Newspaper Celebrates 100 Years of Publication
Moline High School’s student run newspaper, the LineO’Type, is celebrating its 100th year of publication. In honor of this special occasion, the newspaper has introduced some changes.
A new logo, with the 100th anniversary in mind, was designed by Kiya Ritche, LineO’Type artist and assistant sports co-editor. Formerly in black and white, the newspaper is now published entirely in color. In addition to its traditional print format, the paper is also available in an online format, which can be accessed from the District’s website, www.molineschools.org.
In celebration of its 100th year, students researched topics from past LineO’Types such as fashion, sports terminology, and advertisements. These recollections of the past 100 years of student life appeared in each of the seven issues published during this school year.
Media interested in interviewing students or observing newspaper workdays, should contact Heidi Norcross, LO’T faculty advisor at email@example.com or 309-743-9070 (office) or 309-721-3134 (cell). Students will be working on the final issue for the 2016-2017 school year on the following dates:
Thursday, May 11, 3:00-5:00 pm
Friday, May 12, 8:10 am - 3:00 pm (off and on during the school day)
Monday, May 15 8:10 am - 3:00 pm (off and on during the school day) and 3:00-5:00 pm
Advanced scheduling is required so that high school administration may be alerted and to ensure that students will be present during your preferred time slot.
The LineO’Type is seeking advertisements for near year’s newspaper. Interested businesses may contact Heidi Norcross.
Preschool Screenings Offered
Jefferson Early Childhood staff provides monthly preschool screenings, including vision and hearing screenings, for children ages 3 to 5 who live in the Moline-Coal Valley School District. Children are screened in a group setting with other children. The screening takes approximately 1 to 1 ½ hours. All screenings take place at Jefferson Early Childhood Center.
The purpose of the screenings is to monitor young children’s development. Screenings can also help determine if children are eligible for state funded, district sponsored, preschool programs. Screening areas include vision, hearing, speech, development levels, behavior, self help skills and motor.
Appointments are required. No walk-ins allowed. Please call 309-743-1904 to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, please contact Jefferson Early Childhood Center at (309) 743-1611.
MHS Annual Student Art Show 05/12/17
MHS Newspaper Celebrates 100 Years of Publication 05/04/17
Preschool Screenings Offered 04/20/17
Kindergarten Pre-registration 04/18/17
MHS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 04/17/17
Moline-Coal Valley Seeks Input at Public Forums 04/07/17
Saneha Borisuth Named 2017 Coca-Cola Scholar 03/23/17
Moline Administrator Named Principal of the Year 02/16/17
Moline Schools to Hold 14th Annual Sport Stacking Competition 03/10/17
Moline Board of Education Candidates Forum 02/07/17
MHS Students Named as Illinois State Scholars 01/19/17
MHS Student Selected for Senate Page Program 01/13/17
Signing Exact English Lessons to be Offered 01/03/17
Optimists to present shoes and coats to Jefferson students 12/08/16
MHS Kicks Off Annual Share Joys Campaign 11/15/16
Coall Valley Schools to Honor Veterans 11/08/16 (Click on the link to read a complete list of schools and their activities: https://goo.gl/PTpn56)
Puckering Up for Hunger 10/25/16
Moline High School Helps Fight Hunger with Empty Bowls Project 10/19/16
Moline High Student Attends Congress of Future Medical Leaders 10/18/16
Basketball Players Swish Together to Benefit Special Olympics 10/12/16
Jefferson Early Childhood Center Receives Gold Rating 09/27/16
Students Recognized in National Merit Scholarship Program 09/26/16
Board Extends Superintendent's Contract 09/13/16
Fifth & Ninth Grade Students to Receive Chromebooks through LEAD Moline 08/09/16
MCV Appoints New Board Member 08/03/16
District Seeking Applicants for Board of Education Vacancy 07/05/16
Shiv Puri Selected as Finalist in National Essay Contest 05/19/16
Jennifer Cook Gregory Named Davidson Award Winner 05/18/16
Rosenthal Named Athletic Director of the Year 05/04/16