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Moline High School Helps Fight Hunger with Empty Bowls Project
The Moline High School Art Department, MHS Interact Club and National Honor Society will hold its tenth annual Empty Bowls Project on Tuesday, October 22, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the Moline High School Cafeteria, 3600 Avenue of the Cities. The public is invited to come and pick out an original clay bowl created and donated by students, faculty and community members, and then sample soups and other food items from local restaurants. All proceeds will benefit the 2019 Student Hunger Drive. Since the program began in 2010, over $29,000 has been raised for the Student Hunger Drive. Suggested donation is $10 for adults, $5 for students and $15 for a family.
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Moline High School Student to Perform at Illinois High School Theatre Festival
Moline High School junior Nicholas Yates has been selected to perform at the Illinois High School Theatre Festival on January 9-11, 2020, at Illinois State University. Nicholas will perform as part of the ensemble in the All-State production of Aida.
The All-State cast, crew and pit orchestra are comprised of top student performers, musicians and technicians from Illinois. Of the 178 talented students who auditioned for Aida, 98 were selected for the final production company. The Illinois High School Theatre Festival is the largest and oldest non-competitive high school theatre festival in the nation.
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Parent YOUniversity Meetings
The Moline-Coal Valley School District will hold the second of four Parent YOUniversity meetings on Tuesday, November 5, from 5:30-6:30 pm at Moline High School, 3600 Avenue of the Cities. Parents, grandparents, adoptive parents and foster parents who are supporting students enrolled in the Moline-Coal Valley School District are invited to attend this safe, supportive gathering.
Attendees will receive information that will help their child be successful at school and at home. Topics include mental health awareness and resources, family and community resources, school avoidance and truancy support, substance abuse awareness, social media and cyberbullying, as well as supporting at-risk youth academically, socially and emotionally. Free snacks, refreshments and childcare will be provided.
Additional Parent YOUniversity meetings will be held from 5:30-6:30 pm on January 28 and April 7, 2020. Advanced registration is recommended, but not required. Register online at www.molineschools.org or call 309-743-8103.
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Share Your Input at Community Conversation Meetings
Moline-Coal Valley Superintendent Rachel Savage and Board of Education members will hold Community Conversation meetings on several dates and locations throughout the school year. Community Conversations are an opportunity for parents, students, staff and residents to provide important feedback on what is working for their family in the school district and what needs attention.
The second of four Community Conversation meetings will take place on October 1, 2019: 6-7 pm, Boys & Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley, Moline Teen Center, 1122-5th Avenue, Moline. Childcare and a light meal will be provided.
Dates and locations of future conversations:
Superintendent Savage and the School Board look forward to great conversation and listening at these informal meetings. The information that is collected will assist in making improvements and in future planning efforts for the district.
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New Physical Education Facility at Moline High School
The Moline-Coal Valley Board of Education has approved a plan for a new multi-purpose physical education facility at Moline High School. The $14 million physical education facility will feature a six-lane track, four multi-use courts, improved locker rooms, and a new weight room. Funding for new weight room equipment is included in the project cost.
The facility design will be an open concept and multi-use, allowing for improved physical education opportunities. It will also include recreational space for health and wellness activities.
With student safety as a top priority, the new facility will create a safer physical education space for Moline High School students. The need for additional physical education space at the high school is great. The three gymnasiums are in constant use. Often PE classes and sports practices are held outside or indoors in hallways, or where space allows. Moline’s weight and locker rooms are in need of updating, and limited space has caused overcrowding.
The District has selected Shive-Hattery as the architect and Russell as construction manager for the project. A timeline is being established and a facility rendering will be created during the design phase. The target date for having students using the completed facility is December 2020.
The new multi-purpose physical education facility will be funded through bond repayment over eight years. With bond funding, Moline residents will not see tax increases related to the new facility.
A committee is also being established to seek a cooperative partnership to build a new swimming pool. The committee will include representatives from the Board of Education and the Moline community and will discuss ideas and funding options for a new swimming pool. The current pool was built in the 1950s.
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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
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
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