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Roses are red, Violets are blue, Who needs to send a valentine? I am sure it is you! Get your Valentines in the student center during lunch mods for only a dollar!

Student Government

Want to save up to four lives, get free food and get a movie pass? All you have to do is donate blood. The spring blood drive is Wednesday Feb 27th in the Paradigm from 8:30 to 1pm. Sign up in the student center during lunch mods.

Inkwell

The Inkwell will not meet this week but we will meet next week on Wednesday at our usual place, F107, right after school at that time.

Mock Trial

Good Luck to Mock trial at their Regional Competition This Friday

Yearbook

NOW ITS PERSONAL - Customize your 2018-2019 Yearbook! A yearbook is something to be treasured. Especially when the cover is personalized with a name & up to four icons. What would you put on yours? Order deadline is February ,2019. Place your order at http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A06509300.

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad News: The 19th annual Mentor Invitational will be on Feb 16. Aproximately 2000 participants from 5 states including Florida will be in attendance. About a third of the 50 events will be open for the public to watch.

Inkwell

Inkwell! The rescheduled Pizza Party for the Inkwell will be this Wednesday. This meeting is open to all regular members and to anyone who would like information about submitting articles, papers, photos, or artwork to the paper. Pizza on Wednesday at the Inkwell meeting after school in room F107!

Student Government

Congratulations to Charles Nunes (Mr. Improv) as he was crowned Mr. MHS 2019

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to freshman Megan Mastrodonato and seniors Patricia Hadzinski and Amanda Blatz who qualified in Humorous Interp and Public Forum Debate respectively for the State of Ohio Speech and Debate Tournament March 1-2.

Inkwell

Inkwell! This Wednesday, weather permitting, the Inkwell will have a pizza party for all present and past members. Interested in still adding your work to the Inkwell, come down to F107, have some pizza and find out more about the Inkwell. All are welcome!

Ski/Board Club

ATTENTION ALL SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS: Our trip to Brandywine this (tuesday)evening has been CANCELLED per Mr. Porter due to quickly dropping temperatures this evening. Stay warm and let's look forward to a great trip NEXT Tuesday.

Yearbook

MEMORIES: EVEN SMALL ONES COUNT The friends. The classes. The teachers. Safeguard the memories, big and small, by ordering a 2018-2019 yearbook for $82. Order deadline is February 1st, 2019. Place your order at jostensyearbooks.com

Other

Are you getting sick of the cold weather? Maybe its time you did something outside in the winter that would allow you to appreciate this magical season. Stop by room C203 ASAP to talk to Miss Fisher and get information about Mentor High Schools cross country ski club. Our first ski outing will be this Friday. Come learn with us!

Mock Trial

CONGRATULATIONS to MHS Mock Trial Teams, noReMORSE and GAZEBO MODE, who both won at Districts. Both teams did a fantastic job and will now compete at the Regional Mock Trial Competition on Friday, February 15th. Also, the team won EIGHT out of a possible eight awards. Congratulations to the following winners: Lauren DiMaria, Olivia Lampros, Elise Provident and Carsen Fraser for Best Witness, and Clinton Parr, Anna Zdrojewski, Paige Capel, and Vaishnavi Kasabwala for Best Attorney. Our seniors, Clinton Parr and Jack Rigo were interviewed for a News Herald Article check it out. Congratulations to everyone for an excellent performance!!

Other

Did you miss the MHS book group meeting for Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine, and the Murder of a President? You can still join us for our next meeting on February 27th. See Mrs. Coleman in A101 to join.

Theatre

There are only 3 more chances to catch Mentor Theatre's Winter Musical, Side by Side by Sondheim. The remaining shows are tonight at 7 and tomorrow at 2 and 7. Seating is limited to 140 and all tickets which are $10 are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. You do not want to miss this show!

Student Government

Mr. MHS - Attention Mentor High! Do you want to see our finest senior gentlemen walk the catwalk? Do you want to see our finest senior gentlemen all dressed up? Do you want to see our finest senior gentlemen display their talents? If so come to the Mr. MHS contest on Tuesday, January 29th at 7pm in the Fine Arts Center. Tickets for the event are $5 or 3 cans of nonperishable food that are going to the Lake County food bank. Come join us for a fun evening and help the less fortunate in our community!

Book Club

Mentor High School is excited to announce its upcoming Book Club will be reading Destiny Republic by Candice Millard. The first meeting is January 23 at 7:00 am in A101. See your English teacher or email Coleman@metntorschools.org with any questions. Click on the link, Book Club Flyer, for more information.

XC Ski

There is snow on the ground and you know what that means ... it's time to get our cross country ski club going. First ski outing will be THIS Friday. Plan to attend a brief informational meeting Thursday either BEFORE or AFTER school if you are interested! No experience necessary. Come find out the best way to enjoy this wintry weather!

Theatre

Mentor Theatre presents it's Winter Musical, Side by Side by Sondheim, this Thursday through Saturday at 7pm and Saturday at 2pm. Seating is limited to 140 and all tickets which are $10 are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. You will not want to miss this show!

Student Government

Mentor High School's Talent Show: TRY- OUTS will be held Tuesday, February 12th in A-Lecture. You can sign up using the link on the Schoology announcements, go to @MentorNHS on Twitter, or use this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0444AAAF2CA0F94-talent . The Talent Show will be Wednesday, March 6th at 7pm.

Student Government

Mr. MHS - Attention Mentor High! Do you want to see our finest senior gentlemen walk the catwalk? Do you want to see our finest senior gentlemen all dressed up? Do you want to see our finest senior gentlemen display their talents? If so come to the Mr. MHS contest on Tuesday, January 29th at 7pm in the Fine Arts Center. Tickets for the event are $5 or 3 cans of nonperishable food that are going to the Lake County food bank. Come join us for a fun evening and help the less fortunate in our community!

Book Club

Are you interested in reading a great book about Madness, Medicine, and the Murder of President James Garfield? Join our One School, One Book late start book talks. Our first meeting is on January 23rd in room A101 during late start. Bring a friend and come enjoy an interesting book about our local President! See your English teacher to sign up.

Film Club

Film Club: Blast to the 80s and back in the critically-acclaimed sequel Back to the Future 2, only at Mentor Movie Club! See it tomorrow(Tuesday) after school in F107!

Ski/Board Club

Attention all skiers and snowboarders: We WILL be going to Brandywine tomorrow(Tuesday). Please plan to meet outside the gym doors at 4:00 to load busses. We will return to the high school by 10:30. See Miss Fisher in room C203 with any questions.

Future Leaders

Future Leaders has its first meeting of the new year this Friday morning at 7 am in C digilab. We always welcome new members. Come join us!

Cooking Club

Attention all Cooking Club members. January is soup month. Our next meeting will be Tuesday, January 15, in room D-105. All student attending must sign up in room D-105 by January 14th.

Inkwell

Inkwell! The Inkwell will meet today, Wednesday, in room F107 right after school! Interested in the Inkwell? Join us at room F107 today!

Yearbook

Seniors need to proof their yearbook pictures located in the main hallway across from Unit 12 office. The pictures will only be up until the end of the week, so you need to make sure your picture and name is correct. The pictures have not been edited or cropped. See Mrs. Calo or Mrs. Johnson if you have any questions.

Math League

New year new you! Looking to get involved in something new at MHS? Looking to challenge yourself? Come check out Mentors Math League after school TODAY(Tuesday) in room C203.

Pride

PRIDE (Mentor's Gay-Straight Alliance)! We will continue to meet every Wednesday, from 2:30 - 3:30 in A-lecture. Everybody is always welcome to attend any time. See Miss Gomori/Mr. Montgomery in Unit 9 with questions.

Ski/Board Club

Attention all ski and snowboard club members: Due to current weather conditions our first trip to Brandywine has been POSTPONED. So we will NOT be going to Brandywine tomorrow. Please plan on our first trip being Tuesday, January 15. In the meantime please think snow and do your best snow dances!

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Grace Kime who took third place in Congressional Debate, Patricia Hadzinski and Amanda Blatz who took second place in Public Forum Debate, Megan Mastrodonato who took second place in Humorous Interp, and Dylan Armao who took first place in Humorous Interp at the Hathaway Brown Speech and Debate Tournament held on Saturday.

Movie Club

MOVIE CLUB TODAY! Get into the festive season with Elf, starring Will Ferrell, only at the new Mentor Movie Club! Take your mind off exam week with this holiday classic in room F107 after school today(Tuesday). We hope to see you there!

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Logan Katoch and Liv Hudock who took 6th place in Duo Interpretation, and Amanda Blatz and Patricia Hadzinski who took 6th place in Public Forum Debate, AND Congratulations to Elizabeth Katavich who took 1st place in Big Question Debate at the Kenston Speech and Debate Tournament on Saturday.

Math League

Mentors Math League meets after school EVERY TUESDAY from 2:30 - 3:15. If your fall sports season is done and you are looking for a fun, challenging, academic extracurricular activity, come try it out TODAY in room C203. Everyone is welcome, no tryout. Just show up and do math! Youll see.

Student Government

MHS Student government is sponsoring an ugly sweater contest for the students on Tuesday 12/18. There will be two prizes awarded: 1) The most spirited 3-4 class will win a donut breakfast 2) Top student with the ugliest sweater of all will win a gift card. There are two ways to share your results the preferred way is to share the hashtag #uglysweatermhs on Twitter (this lets the world know we can have some fun) but if you don't Twitter you can just send me an email with a picture so we can vote on it. Thanks and encourage your 3-4 class.

Improv Club

This Friday after school until 4:30 in A-Lecture, the Improv club will be having a special Holiday themed Improv. This Holiday Improv will include snacks, festive decorations, skits, and even a special Holiday guest. Any student attending may leave at whatever time they feel.

Ski/Board Club

Its not too late to sign up for Mentor High Schools Ski/Snowboard Club BUT spaces are filling up fast. Please get your form and payment to Miss Fisher in room C203 by the end of next week to secure your spot. Lessons and equipment are included come learn something new, improve your skills, or show off your tricks!

Ski/Board Club

Attention all ski club members: If you met the first registration deadline and signed up BEFORE Thanksgiving break your pass is here! Stop by C203 to pick it up and as soon as BMBW opens you can hit the slopes! Also, if you did not hear we do have some club gear available for purchase. All orders due by next Wednesday, Dec. 19.

Orchestra

Auditions for the pit orchestra for The Most Happy Fella are coming up soon. There will be an informational meeting this Friday morning at 7:00 a.m. in the band room. Please see the poster in M-wing for more information, including a list of available parts.

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Elizabeth Katavich who took 3rd place in Big Question Debate and Grace Kime who took 2nd place in Congressional Debate at the Vermilion Speech tournament on Saturday.

Inkwell

Inkwell meets in F-107 Wednesday this week.

Future Leaders

Future Leaders will meet tomorrow(Friday) in C Digilab at 7am. Please remember to bring money for Adopt a child and empty toilet paper rolls. We will be prepping for wrapping!

Science Olympiad

The bus departs from the Gym 4:45 AM Saturday.All are welcome to cheer the Science Olympiad team as they depart for Sylvania Northview.

Ski/Board Club

Its not too late Mentor High Schools Ski and Snowboard club is still accepting members. If you are interested in signing up but need information see Miss Fisher in room C203.

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members- It's Christmas cookie time! Remember to sign up for our next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11th from 2:30-4:00. Everyone must sign up by Monday afternoon Dec. 10th. See you then.

Other

Here a question: which Mentor team has qualified for states all 30 years of its existence....hmmmm?????

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad will have a brief team meeting today(Wed) in preparation for the first meet of season 30. Its today at 2:30 in I-103

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members- It's Christmas cookie time! Remember to sign up for our next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11th from 2:30-4:00. Everyone must sign up by Monday afternoon Dec. 10th. See you then.

Other

There will be an informational meeting for any students interested in participating in intramural bowling this Monday at 2:30 in room B103. Please see Mrs. Hart or Mrs. Johnson for questions.

Inkwell

The Inkwell staff and editors will meet tomorrow after school in F107. It is important for all staff and editors to attend this mandatory meeting of the Inkwell, Tuesday, December 4th, after school in F107. Interested in joining? New members are always welcome, as well.

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Vaishnavi Kasabwala and Dylan Armao who both placed in Congressional Debate and Patricia Hadzinski and Amanda Blatz who took 3rd place in Public Forum Debate a the Olmstead Falls Speech and Debate Tournament held this past weekend.

General

Guidance

9th and 10th graders who are interested in participating in Leadership Lake County next year can pick up information in the Guidance Office, room A114 or can apply online at leadershiplakecounty.org. Participants meet one day per month from Sept-May to learn and apply leadership skills, network with Lake County businesses and cific leaders, engage in a youth-led community action project and engage with students from all Lake County schools.

Guidance

9th and 10th graders who are interested in participating in Leadership Lake County next year can pick up information in the Guidance Office, room A114 or can apply online at leadershiplakecounty.org. Participants meet one day per month from Sept-May to learn and apply leadership skills, netowrk with Lake County businesses and cific leaders, engage in a youth-led community action project and engage with students from all Lake County schools.

Guidance

Seniors: If you're interested in apply to Cleveland State, be aware that if you apply TODAY, Feb. 14, they will waive the application fee. See Mrs. Howell, Mr. Nemunaitis or stop by the Guidance Office for the details.

Guidance

Students interested in a career an Associate Degree in Electric Utility Technology should attend an open house at Tri-C Main Campus on Sat. Feb. 16. Tuition, books fees will be paid by FirstEnergy for qualified students. More info in Guidance, A114.

Guidance

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on February 25. Classes start after school at 2:45 in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the Bookstore for details and registration information.Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

Guidance

9th and 10th graders who are interested in participating in Leadership Lake County next year can pick up information in the Guidance Office, room A114 or can apply online at www.leadershiplakecounty.org. Participants meet one day per month from Sept-May to learn and apply leadership skills, network with Lake County businesses and civic leaders, engage in a youth-led community action project and engage with students from all Lake County schools.

 

Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Next week during lunch mods send your friends and sweetie a valentine for only a $1! Available for purchase during lunch mods.

Guidance

Attention all Advanced Placement student. You and your parent have received emails regarding the exam registration process. The deadline to register for AP exams is next Friday, February 15th. Please complete the online form by then and contact Mr. McMahon with any questions in the Unit 10/11 office.

Guidance

It is time again for Mentor High to celebrate Black History Month with our annual Black History Month writing contest! This year's national theme is Migrations. See your English teacher for details about the deadline and prizes!

Guidance

9th and 10th graders who are interested in participating in Leadership Lake County next year can pick up information in the Guidance Office, room A114 or can apply online at leadershiplakecounty.org. Participants meet one day per month from Sept-May to learn and apply leadership skills, network with Lake County businesses and civic leaders, engage in a youth-led community action project and engage with students from all Lake County schools.

Guidance

Attention all students participating in the math problem solving contest. Third round of questions is due TOMORROW(Tuesday) and final round of competition is AFTER SCHOOL TOMORROW in room C203. You will have 1 hour to complete 10 questions individually. Are you going to accept the challenge?

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure check out the latest scholarships. Among them are the Memorial Middle School PTA and the Ohio PTA Scholarships. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114 for more information.

Sports

Rugby players complete and submit your final forms in the AD office and complete your rugby Ohio 2019 spring season registration at www.rugbyohio.com. 1st indoor practice is Sunday, 2/3 at Lakeland Community College, 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, OH 44094 Girls: 11:30-1pm, Boys; 1pm-2:30pm.

Guidance

4 days left to fill out the Senior Project Intent to Participate Formday! Please get the form filled out. It is on Schoology.

Guidance

Attention Sophomores and Juniors: Be one of 60 students chosen to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime experience - Lab. Learning About Business, is a week-long program that will be held in June on the campus of Lake Erie College. Lab participants will form teams and run a business. Youll learn from the best and apply real-world business principles, network with dozens of top area business professionals and compete with other teams for awards. Lab is sure to provide you with life and career tools no matter what career you choose. More information is available in the guidance office, room A-114.

Guidance

Seniors, there are 8 new scholarships available. Among them are the Americans of Italian Heritage, Mentor Rotary Club, Rice PTA Rita Matteo Memorial and the Keith Jaranovic Scholarship for students who intend to major in education. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information. Also the deadline for the Cavaliers/Huntington Bank Scholarship has been extended to February 1.

Guidance

If you missed the College Credit Plus informational meeting there will be two make up meetings held on Wednesday, January 30th and Wednesday, February 13th, at 7:30am. The meetings will be held at Mentor High School in Digital Lab C. Please bring a photo ID and check in with security upon arrival. This meeting is strongly recommended for CCP students who intend to participate during the 2019-2020 academic year. All CCP students, both new and returning, must submit the Letter of Intent to Participate by April 1, 2019. Contact your school counselor with questions.

Guidance

Senior Project Intent to Participate Form is due on Friday! Please get the form filled out. It is on Schoology.

Guidance

Cleveland State University has announced their "Engineer for a Day" Job Shadowing program to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Students will be placed at engineering firms in the Cleveland area. Students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in engineering are eligible to apply. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Lab participants will form teams and run a business. Youll learn from the best and apply real-world business principles, network with dozens of top area business professionals and compete with other teams for awards. Lab is sure to provide you with life and career tools no matter what career you choose. More information is available in the guidance office, room A-114.

Guidance

Seniors, there are 8 new scholarships available. Among them are the Americans of Italian Heritage, Mentor Rotary Club, Rice PTA Rita Matteo Memorial and the Keith Jaranovic Scholarship for students who intend to major in education. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

The Technology Education Department is excited to offer several new courses for next year. These courses are fun, hands on and can even provide college credit upon completion. We have new engineering, woodworking and robotics classes to teach you the valuable STEM skills needed for the 21st century. Speak to your counselor today to find out more!

Guidance

Seniors: Only 10 days until the Intent to Participate form for Senior Project is due! Form is in Schoology, make sure to fill it out!

Guidance

Seniors, here's a list of the new scholarships: College Board Opportunity, Junior Women's Club, Ron Stapleton Memorial, Hopkins Elementary PTA, Cleveland Hockey Booster Club & Sterling Morton PTA. Applications can be found in Guidance A114.

Guidance

Study Halls in Digital Lab C will be moved to Digital Lab B during the weeks of January 14 and 21st to allow for Scheduling presentations. Health classes in mods 7-8 and 11-12 will report to the Fine Arts Center for class during these weeks.

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure to stop by the Guidance office, Room A114, and check out the new scholarships. If you attended Bellflower or Orchard Hollow you're eligible to apply for their scholarships. Also, there is the Mentor Schools Foundation Scholarship and the Hieronymus Music Scholarship for students who plan to major in music education or performance.

Guidance

LEAF will hold a free informational session on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. Planning a Campus Visit is designed for High School Juniors and their parent(s). We will address questions you should ask, and who you should talk to when visiting a college campus. The session is free, and will be held at the LEAF Resource Center in Lakeland Community College at 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, OH, room A-2101. Please register online at https://leaf-ohio.org/calendar/category/resource-center-sessions/ or call LEAF at 440.525.7095 to reserve a seat. Reservations are required, capacity is limited. Parents are encouraged to attend with their students.

 

Reminder! Intramural bowling resumes this week on Thursday. Intramural bowling is every Thursday in January and February from 3-4 at Roll House Entertainment. Cost is $6.00. As always, intramurals is open to everyone!

 

We hope everyone had a great Holiday! Please join us on Monday, January 14th @ 6:30 pm in Paradigm for our next MHS PTSA general meeting. Our special guest speaker will be Annie Heramb- Department Coordinator - School Counselors. Ms Heramb will present on the scheduling timeline and options available to students (CCP, AP, CTE, etc.). Hope to see you there! Guidance: Cleveland State University has announced their "Engineer for a Day" Job Shadowing program to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Students will be placed at engineering firms in the Cleveland area. Students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in engineering are eligible to apply. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information. Athletics: There is a meeting scheduled for students interested in playing boys lacrosse this spring. Students and their parents should make plans to attend this meeting. Season schedules and team expectations will be discussed. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 17th at 7pm in ParadigM 1. If you have any questions contact the athletic office. Clubs: New year new you! Looking to get involved in something new at MHS? Looking to challenge yourself? Come check out Mentors Math League after school TODAY in room C203. Attention all ski and snowboard club members: There is NO skiing or snowboarding today. Our first trip has been postponed until next Tuesday, January 15. In the meantime please think snow and do your best snow dances! If you placed an apparel order the orders are in and you can pick up your stuff in room C203. PRIDE (Mentor's Gay-Straight Alliance)! We will continue to meet every Wednesday, from 2:30 - 3:30 in A-lecture. Everybody is always welcome to attend any time. See Miss Gomori/Mr. Montgomery in Unit 9 with questions. To view the update, click the link below: http://mentor.schoology.com/school/68202411/update/1945545386 Schoology 2019. This message was sent to . To control the emails you receive from Schoology go to your Account Notifications. If you would like to modify your account information, go to your Account Settings. For more information on how to delete your account, please visit our Help Center. Schoology 8:55 AM (1 hour ago) to me Paula Coughlin posted a school update to Mentor High School: Important Message for the Senior Class: Seniors need to proof their yearbook pictures located in the main hallway across from Unit 12 office. The pictures will only be up until the end of the week, so you need to make sure your picture and name is correct. The pictures have not been edited or cropped. See Mrs. Calo or Mrs. Johnson if you have any questions.

Guidance

The College Credit Plus informational meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 16th, at 7:00p, in the Fine Arts Center. This meeting is strongly recommended for CCP students who intend to participate during the 2019-2020 academic year. All CCP students, both new and returning, must submit the Letter of Intent to Participate by April 1, 2019. Please see your school counselor with questions.

Sports

There is a meeting scheduled for students interested in playing boys lacrosse this spring. Students and their parents should make plans to attend this meeting. Season schedules and team expectations will be discussed. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 17th at 7pm in ParadigM 1. If you have any questions contact the athletic office.

Guidance

Kent State is hosting an Explore Chemistry Day from 10-2 on Feb. 9. Students will be introduced to life as chemistry and biochemistry students at KSU. If you're interested in attending, register at: www.kent.edu/chemistry/explore-kent-chemistry-day

Guidance

Seniors: If you are planning to major in education in college, you are eligible to apply for the Lake County Retired Teachers Association scholarship. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, to get an application.

Guidance

The College Review is offering an ACT Test Prep class. Learn everything you need to know about the ACT and how to improve your scores. This class will be held on Sat, Jan. 12, 9-11AM in the Paradigm. The fee is $50. More info in Guidance, room A114. Register at: www.collegereview.org or call 216-831-2557

 

Students: Please check the lost and found table outside the Unit 9 office to see if anything belongs to you. All unclaimed items will be donated over winter break.

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure to check out the new scholarships. Among them are the Mentor Teachers Association Scholarships, the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, the Dr. Theodore Webster Scholarship and the MHS Class of 1976 Scholarship. Applications can be found in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Cleveland State University has announced their "Engineer for a Day" Job Shadowing program to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Students will be placed at engineering firms in the Cleveland area. Students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in engineering are eligible to apply. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure to check out the new scholarships this week; they are the Mentor Teachers Association, Mentor Chamber of Commerce, and several others. Info in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Cleveland State University has announced their "Engineer for a Day" Job Shadowing program to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information. Students will be placed at engineering firms in the Cleveland area. Students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in engineering are eligible to apply.

Guidance

Volunteer Opportunity: The Mentor Youth Wrestling Club is looking for volunteers to help with wrestling meets at Shore Middle School on upcoming Sundays. Anyone can volunteer, and its easy to do! This is a great chance to earn community service hours. Contact MentorYouthWrestlingClub@gmail.com to sign up or see Mrs. Clair with any questions.