10-20-2017 Daily Bulletin
Mark Morris High School
Friday, October 20, 2017
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK
|10/20/17||Fri.||TRCS vs MM-“C” Volleyball-Away||4:30|
|Columbia River vs. MM-Football-Away||7:00|
|Districts-Tennis-Away-Mint Valley courts||8:00 am|
|10/21/17||Sat.||District-Tennis-Away-Mint Valley courts||8:00 a.m.|
|SWW Invite-Girls Swim-Home||10:00 am|
|MM vs. Washougal-Soccer-Memorial Stadium||12:00/2:00|
ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)
Tolo guest passes are now available. Please see Mrs. Bennett at the ASB window if you plan on bringing a guest. They are due back by Nov. 1.
Today during Monarch Time, a representative from WSU Vancouver will be meeting with interested juniors and seniors. If you have not been selected by a teacher for instructional support and would like to attend this presentation, report to your advisor for a note before going to the Career Center.
First Choir Concert of the school year is happening at LCC Rose Center for the Arts. The Fall Preview Choir Concert starts at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24. Come out and support your fellow Monarchs and listen to the After Hours Vocal Jazz Choir, Treble Choir, Chamber Choir, and Monarch Singers! Concert if FREE to the public.
Attn: Running Start Students-Monday, Oct. 23 from 8:00-2:00 p.m. (lunch break 11:15-11:45) the counselors will be in the LGIC at Mark Morris to sign your winter quarter Enrollment Verification Form (EVF) and answer any questions you have regarding your winter class schedule. You must attend this day to get your EVF form signed.
Friday, Oct. 20-Freshman mentors, don’t forget to come to the mandatory meeting in the LGIC room during Monarch time. See you there!
Book Review Group meets this Thursday, Oct. 19 in the library, during both lunches. Bring your lunch and come talk books.
Girls’ Bowling begins Oct. 30. If you have not signed up on FamilyID please sign up to ensure you are ready for practice on Oct. 30. All other Winter Sports begin Nov. 13. FamilyID is now open for sign ups. Please check to make sure your physicals are up-to-date. If you have any questions please stop by the Athletic Office and speak with Ms. Nixon.
2017 TOLO theme is “Thrift Shop”. Go out and find the thriftiest, trendiest, and cheapest costume you can. Tickets go on sale Oct. 30. TOLO dance will be Nov. 4.
In the newly approved debate club you can argue to your heart’s content because your mom’s not here to yell at you! We meet Friday’s in Room A-5!
NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER
The Guidance Office is now ready for students to start any class which they need to make up in order to graduate. If you know of a class you need to make up, please see your guidance counselor as soon as possible.
SENIORS: The deadline for Horatio Alger Scholarship applications is Oct. 25. Information is available in the Career Center.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS
THREE GREAT COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES THIS SATURDAY!
The Mark Morris Foundation Annual Auction will be held this Saturday at LCC. Volunteers are needed from 10 am-noon and 8:30 pm-10:30 pm. Students can earn community service hours or service to school points.
Volunteers are needed to help with a Harvest Bingo at Big Leaf Montessori on Saturday from 3-9 pm. Helpers are needed for set up, face painting, photo booth, other stations, and cleanup.
The Taekwon-Do Tournament at Cowlitz Expo Center needs volunteers from 8 a.m-5 p.m. on Saturday.
Sign up for these events in the Career Center.
ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)
FOR LUNCH TODAY:
Monday: Chicken Strips, Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems
Tuesday: Old Fashioned Chili Dog, Sweet Red Onions, Coleslaw
Wednesday: Santa Fe Salad w/ Chicken, Black Beans, Salsa, Corn, Cheese, W/G Roll
Thursday: Spicy Sweet Chili Chicken, Steamed Brown Rice w/side of Pineapple Coleslaw, W/G Roll
Friday: Bacon Cheeseburger, Baked Potato Gems, Steamed Baby Carrots