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Moline Board of Education Candidates Forum

The Moline Education Association (MEA) and the Moline Public Schools Foundation (MPSF) will host a Board of Education Candidates Forum at 6 pm on Tuesday, March 5, in the Wilson Middle School cafeteria, 1301 – 48th Street, Moline. The public is invited to attend.


The forum will provide an opportunity for all candidates to introduce themselves, as well as answer questions posed by a moderator.

The four candidates are vying for four open seats on the school board.  The candidates include Audrey Adamson and Maria Trigueros, who are seeking their first term; and current board members Justin Anderson and Kate Schaefer, who are seeking re-election. 

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Ranger Rick to Visit Willard Elementary in support of Reading Partnership with Moline Kiwanis

Ranger Rick, mascot of the Ranger Rick outdoor magazine, along with a special guest, will visit Willard Elementary second grade students on Wednesday, February 20, at noon, 1616 – 16th Street, Moline, to encourage the love of reading. The visit is in support of a partnership between the Moline Kiwanis and Moline-Coal Valley School District.    

As part of their mission to serve children and education, the Moline Kiwanis has provided funding for all second grade students in the Moline-Coal Valley District to receive the Ranger Rick Magazine at their home for a full school year. 

Along with the magazine subscription, a special visit to each Moline-Coal Valley elementary school by Ranger Rick himself will take place over the next couple of weeks.  Ranger Rick and his special guest will do a presentation to encourage reading and what the magazine has to offer. 

 “Not only do kids love to receive things in the mail, but it is a wonderful opportunity for schools to connect the love of reading in the community and at home.  The magazine provides wonderful nonfiction stories, riddles, games, and pictures that the students enjoy, said Becky Kennelly, 2nd grade teacher. 

“Often, students do not have literature at home or something different can spark their interest.  We are truly lucky to be able to partner with the Moline Kiwanis and share in their love of learning for our students,” Kennelly said.  

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5Essentials Survey for Parents

 

The Illinois 5Essentials Survey is now open for you to provide input on the school that your child attends. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school. As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about the school your child attends.  Our state also asks students in grades 4-12 to complete the survey as well and the school will provide time for students to take the survey during the day beginning in December.

Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child’s school and guide improvements. Your identity and survey responses will be kept confidential and will never be connected to you or your child. This confidentiality is also true for students.  The survey is online and the state does not share any individual responses with schools.

The survey is available through March 15. Thank you for participation and for supporting the improvement of your child’s school. Access the parent survey. 

 

2018-2019 News Releases 
Moline Board of Education Candidates Forum 02/14/18
Ranger Rick to Visit Willard Elementary in Suuport of Reading Partnership with Moline Kiwanis 02/19/18
MHS Students Named as Illinois State Scholars 01/09/19
Signing Exact English Lessons - Spring Session
01/09/19
Moline Optimists Support Jefferson students with "Shoes/Coats that Fit"
12/03/18
MHS Kicks Off Annual Share Joys Campaign 11/6/18
MHS Helps Fight Hunger with Empty Bowls Project 10/22/18  
MHS Seniors Named Commended Students in National Merit Scholarship Program
09/27/18 
Community Forum for New Superintendent Search
09/19/18
Read Moline Family Night Kick-Off Event 09/19/18
Homecoming 2018
Franklin Welcomes Students Home  08/20/18

 2017-2018 News Releases
MHS Graduate Receives Good Citizen Scholarship Award
for District, State and North Central Division 06/12/18
MHS Students Earn Army ROTC Scholarships 05/10/18                                                                                                                        

MHS Students Recognized in National Merit Scholarship Program
04/30/18

MHS Students Inducted into National Honor Society (recap & list of inductees) 04/27/18
Preschool Screenings Offered 04/24/18
MHS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 04/11/18
Logan students celebrate heritage with their own Olympics Ceremony 02/06/18
MHS Students Named as Illinois State Scholars 01/26/18
MCV Board Approves Sanders as Moline High School Principal
01/23/18
Signing Exact English Lessons - Spring Session 01/09/18
Moline Optimists Support Jefferson
11/16/17

MHS Kicks Off Annual Share Joys Campaign 11/16/17
Moline-Coal Valley Schools to Honor Veterans 11/8/17
Matthew DeBaene Receives Doctoral Degree 11/3/17
Principal/PE Teacher Dance Battle to Benefit Student Hunger Drive
10/30/17

Powder Puff Game to Benefit Student Hunger Drive 10/27/17
Recognition of 1967 Undefeated MHS Football Team during Saturday's Playoff Game 10/25/17
MHS Helps Fight Hunger with Empty Bowls Project
10/23/17

MHS Seniors Named as Commended Students in National Merit Scholarship Program 10/19/17
Signing Exact English Lessons
08/29/17
New School Start/Release Time for Middle School Students 08/16/17


2016-2017 
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

2015-2016
Donation Provides New Equipment For Science Labs in Support of Physics First 04/27/16
Saneha Borisuth Honored with Governor's Volunteer Service Award 04/18/16
MCV to Host Free "Edcamp" Event for Teachers 04/13/16