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Volume 3, October 17, 2017
Educating to Succeed!
JROTC students learning how to properly fold a flag
LA III honors students working on literature circle presentations
Biology I students taking a lab safety quiz
FOLLOW MHS ORGANIZATIONS ON TWITTER
Stay up to date with what's happening at Moberly High School by following these accounts on Twitter!
High School - @MoberlyHS
Athletics Department - @MoberlyAD
Student Senate - @MoberlySenate
Counseling Office - @MoberlyGuidance
Softball - @MobHS_Softball
Football - @FBSpartans
Boy's Soccer - @moberly_soccer
MESSAGES FROM THE MHS COUNSELING OFFICE
Moberly High School has partnered with NextTier.com to help students plan their futures after high school. The Moberly High School counseling department will use NextTier with students to access information and create personalized task lists to help explore college and career options, navigate the admissions process, and find scholarships and financial aid.
As a student or a parent, you can communicate and collaborate with your others on their post high school journey by using the NextTier platform. You can recommend colleges to your others, and bookmark careers and scholarships for later reference and referral.
The NextTier app is available to download for free on the Apple store, as well as the Google Play store for use with your smartphone and/or tablet. There are no in-app purchases. You can also access NextTier using your personal computer.
Thanks so much!
Moberly Counseling Team
Opportunities for MHS Students to be College and Career Ready
This past legislative session the Missouri General Assembly made the decision to discontinue funding the ACT test that juniors had been required to take the previous three years. Moberly Public Schools believes that this test is valuable to the success of all students and has agreed to continue to offer the ACT at no cost to all juniors. MPS believes students who have the opportunity to take this test for free will be more college and career ready when they graduate from Moberly High School.
Another advantage to offering this test to students is that it can be administered during the school day where students can feel the most prepared and comfortable. The date of this test will be Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Students who wish to take this free test will need to sign up in the counselor's office.
While this test is optional, all Moberly High School Juniors are encouraged to take this test because this will be the only time that the district will pay for the exam. Students can still continue to take the ACT beyond this specific date, at their own cost. All students who sign up must do so by
December 21, 2017.
If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact Moberly High School.
College & Career Readiness Coordinator
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week
Monday: Sock it to drugs - Wear crazy Socks!
Tuesday: There's better ways to relax - Pajama Day
Wednesday: Too bright for drugs - Wear neon/bright colors
Thursday: Protect your brain - Hat day
Friday: Wear red!
Important Dates for Students and Parents
Oct. 13 - End of first term
Oct. 17 - College 101: A day for students and parents to learn some basics from colleges themselves! Financial aid, admissions, enrollment process, and first year expectations will be discussed.
Oct. 17 - Parent Teacher Conferences 3:00-7:00
Oct. 19 - Early dismissal, Parent Teacher Conferences 2:00-6:30
Oct. 20 - No school
Oct. 27 - NHS blood drive
Saturday Attendance Make-up Dates
The following Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon will be available for make-up days and must be arranged in advance. Students are responsible for obtaining missed work from their teachers prior to attending a Saturday make-up day. A student MUST stay the entire four hours in order to use this time. A maximum of 5 days can be recovered through Saturday make-ups. MAKE UP ATTENDANCE WILL NOT INCREASE A STUDENT’S ATTENDANCE PERCENTAGE. Make up time is available to maintain grades only.
Please contact the high school office if you have questions about the MHS attendance policy.
November 11th and 18th
December 2nd and 16th
Parent Teacher Conference Time Change
In a time change compared with recent years, parent teacher conferences will be held:
Tuesday, October 17th, from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Thursday, October 19th, from 2:00 PM to 6:30 PM.
Grade cards will be sent home with your student as well as mailed out. You may also visit the front office during parent teacher conferences to receive your student's grade card.
Top 5% ceremony update
CROSS COUNTRY CONFERENCE MEET
Girls Team: 3rd Place
Girls Individual Results:
1st Isabella Ross
8th Katie Dalton
15th Sydney Flood
17th Tessa Jackson
19th Allison Aleshire
23rd Maggie Crist
Boys Team: 5th Place
Boys Individual Results:
10th Alex Fincher
23rd Nick Lindsey
27th Joe Langdon
33rd Antonio Rivera
34th Spencer Matheny
36th Nick Faiella
All NCMC Conference Honors (for placing in the top 14 of their races):
Isabella Ross, Katie Dalton and Alex Fincher
BOY'S SOCCER SENIOR NIGHT
Moberly High School Football Secures North Central Missouri Conference Title
OCTOBER 13 SENIOR NIGHTS
Senior Band Members
Scholar Bowl Trivia Night
Friday, Nov. 3rd, 6pm
Moberly High School Cafenasium
You may sign up at Parent Teacher Conferences this week or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Brennan Sapp - Scholar Bowl
Ryan Tolbert - Speech Team
Yearbook staff will have a table set up at Parent Teacher Conferences or you may order online at www.jostensyearbooks.com. We will also have a limited number of 2016-2017 books available for sale.