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Congratulations to MHS Students for Winning Poetry Contest

The Moline Public Library had its Annual Poetry Contest. There were two Moline High School entrants who were winners.  Heather Anderson took third place for her poem "Sly Little Cat," and
Meaghan Glenn got an honorable mention for her poem "You Smell of a Memory."
Awards will be given Monday, April 30th at 6:30 pm in the Community Room at the Moline Public Library.
 
 
MCVSD#40 Student Password Change Instructions  
For the safety, privacy, and security of all of our Moline-Coal Valley School District #40 students, we are implementing a whole school password change. There will be teachers and staff available to help instruct students on how to properly change their password.  Below is a FAQ sheet on the procedures and questions regarding this password change.  Also, there is a STEP-by-STEP instruction on changing the password. The Moline Coal-Valley School District #40 takes safety, security & privacy very seriously at all of our schools, we will be changing passwords two times for each calendar school year.
 
 
2018 Illinois State Youth Survey Notification Letter
 

The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) has funded the administration of the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS) biennially since 1990.  The IYS is a self-report survey administered in school settings and is designed to gather information about a variety of health and social indicators including substance use patterns and attitudes of Illinois youth.

The administration of the IYS has two major goals, the first of which is to supply local data to schools and school districts throughout Illinois.  During state-funded survey years (e.g., 2010, 2012, etc), the survey is available to all eligible public and private schools in the state at no cost.  Each participating school is eligible to receive a report specific to their own students' responses.  These local reports provide critical information to school administrators, prevention professionals, and community members as they work to address substance abuse issues in their communities.  

The second goal of administering the IYS is to provide a scientific estimate of health and social indicators for the state of Illinois.  The scientific estimate is based on drawing a random sample to represent the state population of 8th, 10th, and 12th graders in Illinois public schools.

 

If you choose to NOT have your child participate in this survey, you must fill out the OPT-OUT Waiver English Form .    Haga clic aquí para descargar el formulario de exclusión español aquí   OPT-OUT Waiver Spanish Form.  More information can also be downloaded below with all the information regarding the Illinois State Youth Survey in English & Spanish. If you are interested in know more about the Illinois State Youth Survey, please feel free to visit their website at https://iys.cprd.illinois.edu/about/content or download more information below.

 

 
 
  
 
 
MHS Students Parking Guidelines
Please click on the overhead picture to view details of student parking locations.

• Must display a parking tag on the rearview mirror.
• Observe all posted signs designating staff, administrative, visitor and handicap parking areas on campus.
• Park in Student parking areas only.
• Drive safely and responsibly.
 
 

School Safety

Moline High School is pleased to announce that for the 2016-2017 school year we will begin using the Raptor Visitor Management System to build on campus safety for students and faculty. Part of keeping students safe is knowing who is in our building at all times. The Raptor System will better allow us to track visitors, contractors, and volunteers in our school.

 

Upon entering Moline High School, all visitors will be asked to present a valid state-issued ID, which will be scanned into the system. The Raptor system will check the national database to identify dangerous or wanted individuals and sex offenders. It is important to note the Raptor system only scans the visitor’s name, date of birth and photo for comparison with the national database. Student safety is our highest priority and the Raptor Visitor Management System provides a consistent way to deter people who may present a danger to our students. Therefore, all visitors to the school must be scanned into the system and obtain a visitor badge. Thank you in advance for your understanding and support of enhancing school safety protocols at MHS.

 
 

 

    

MHS Counselors

A – C:  Mr. Bodeen 743-8824 dbodeen@molineschools.org
D – HOF:  Mrs. Hoover 743-8823 ahoover@molineschools.org
HOG – MON:  Mr. Woods 743-8825 mmwoods@molineschools.org
MOO – SAN:  Mrs. Ryser 743-8827 aryser@molineschools.org
SAO – Z:  Ms. Stone 743-8822 cstone@molineschools.org

 

MHS Department Chairs

Art, Business, FACS, Industrial Tech, Music: Mr. Tim Albrecht 743-8874 talbrecht@molineschools.org

Counseling:  Mrs. Ryser 743-8827 aryser@molineschools.org
English: Mr. Calhoun 743-8798 scalhoun@molineschools.org

Library Media Center: Mrs. Mesick 743-8902 cmesick@molineschools.org
Math: Mr. Weller 743-8885 jweller@molineschools.org
PE: Mr. Gorgal 743-8914 kgorgal@molineschools.org
Science: Mr. Bohnsack 743-8934 jebohnsa@molineschools.org
Social Studies: Mr. Scott Ehlers 743-8950 sehlers@molineschools.org
Special Services: Ms. Stephanie Bauer 743-8955 sbauer@molineschools.org
World Languages: Mr. Castro 743-8865 jcastro@molineschools.org


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