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Today is Friday, May 25th, 2018

STUDENTS ARE REMNDED TO CLEAN OUT YOUR LOCKERS BEFORE YOU LEAVE SCHOOL TODAY!

If you would like to audition for the ILMEA District Band or Jazz band, please let Mrs. Allender know ASAP so she can get you a copy of the music.

Marching Band rehearsals: May 29 ,30, 31 6:30-8:30 p.m. AND June 4, 5, 6 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Need a job? There is an opportunity to clean out storage units--mopping floors, cleaning walls, etc. You must have your own transportation and be able to work without supervision. Hours are flexible and vary week to week. Contact the office for more information.

Any student who still owes anything to the Media Center, to a teacher, to a coach, or or to their lunch account will be sent to the office AFTER taking your exam to arrange to take care of the item. Students still owing anything on Friday at 11:08 should meet in the Auditorium after school is dismissed on Friday.

All you Cub Fans that want to take your photo with the World Series Trophy, stop by Mr. Rumple’s Room sometime this week.

Before taking exams, you must make sure all items have been turned in or paid for to your teachers and coaches, library books must be turned in and fines paid, and your lunch account balance must be at .00 or above. Please take care of these items as soon as possible!

Yearbooks can be ordered at jostens.com/yearbooks through the end of the school day on Friday, May 25. This is yet another correction from an earlier announced date.

Clarkson Farms in Cerro Gordo is interested in hiring high school students to walk Organic soybean fields this summer. The pay is $10.00 per hour and the deadline to apply is May 31st. If interested, please pick up a flier from the table in front of the MHS office.

SCHOOL BUSES WILL RUN AT 1:15 ON MAY 25TH.

Students are reminded to check the lost and found cabinets across from Mr. Ness’s classroom before you leave school for the summer. Any items left there or in your lockers will be donated to the Willow Tree Mission.

Tryout packets for Football AND Basketball cheerleading for this coming Fall have been placed on the table in front of the high school office.

Larry Dietrich with Decatur Mack Trucking in Decatur Il is looking for Juniors or Seniors that are nuts and bolts type of students, planning on a career in the mechanical field and are not planning on going to college. The Mack Company has entry level positions that can shortly lead to head of household wages that include full benefits. These applicants will be paired with one of our seasoned techs or parts folks to be a helper and have the opportunity to move into those positions. The starting salary will be in the $11 to $13.00 range depending on work ethic and aptitude. For more information, please pick up a flier on the table in front of the high school office.

Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman should make sure that their lockers are completely cleaned out before Friday.

First State Bank is searching for part-time drive-up tellers. They are seeking candidates who are available to work evenings and Saturdays in the summer and continue to work next school year. The ideal candidate should possess good math skills, excellent communication skills and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Pick up an application at First State Bank to apply.

There is a student worker job available for the 2018-19 school year for a crossing guard before and after school. This position will be shared between two student workers with alternating days worked. Early release and late start to the school day will be accommodated. Applicants should be incoming sophomores, juniors, or seniors with a valid driver’s license. The application deadline is Friday, May 25. Please pick up a flyer, which includes an application form, on the table in front of the office for more information.

The Allerton Public Library Summer Reading Program starts on June 1. It’s fun (and sometimes required) to read over the summer months. Why not earn prizes for those reading minutes? Register at the library or by phone or email. Registration begins May 29. Pick up a flyer in front of the office for more information.

Allerton Public Library is offering a teen cooking program on Friday mornings in June. If you like the tv program Chopped, you’ll love the 4-H Food Challenge. You do not have to be a 4-H member to attend this free program; however, space is limited. Register TODAY by contacting the library. The last day to register is May 25. Pick up a flyer on the table in front of the office for more information.

Make sure to check out the final issue of the school newspaper this year at thesageinformer.com!

Student Council is joining with Community Blood Services of Illinois to sponsor a blood drive at the new DMH Monticello Medical Center on June 13th. Students interested in donating should sign up in Mrs. Camacho’s room.

Students interested in learning more about a career in Healthcare should register for a free Carle Scrub Camp at carle.org/scrubcamp by June 1st. Informational flyers can be found on the table in front of the MHS office.

Looking for a summer job? Corteva Agriscience is hiring summer field workers. You must be 14 years of age. Pay is $10 per hour, more if you have agriculture experience. Work would be from late June to early August. Pick up a flyer in front of the office for more details and how to apply.

Rogers Supply has several positions available for employment. There are opportunities for forklift and safety training as well as opportunities for advancement for highly motivated employees. If interested, please contact Kathy Wilson at Rogers Supply Co. 217-356-0166.

Happy birthday today to Janna Cook and Brett Macak and to everyone who has a summer birthday.

Have a great summer!

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