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Future Leaders: There will be a meeting this Friday at 7am in C digilab. It has been awhile since we have met so put us back on the calendar and see you there!

Other

Ever wonder if the Roswell crash/Area 51 is a hoax? Or argue that Neil Armstrong didnt actually land on the moon? Or that Elvis faked his own death? If youre up for some riveting and friendly debate of the many conspiracies surrounding historical events, come to C202 on Mondays after school. The first meeting is Monday April 24th.

Student Government

Attention Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman student government elections are Thursday in the HUB during lunch mods. Don't forget to vote!!

Science Olympiad

Congratulations to the Science Olympiad Team for bringing back a State Championship from Ohio State earlier this month. We were first in a field of 40 schools beating out a very strong Mason team as well as Centerville and Solon currently defending 5th and 7th place in the country. Our Science Olympiad team has made it to states every year of its existence dating back to 1990 and been to Nationals 4 of the last 10 years including 2 of the last 3.

Yearbook

THE 2016-2017 YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW FOR $75! ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK AT THE MHS BOOKSTORE or JOSTENS.COM!!! DON'T WAIT- DEADLINE TO ORDER IS MAY 5th!!!

Other

Here's a question: What team has made it to states every year of its existence dating back to 1990? Hmmmmmm???????Here is a hint: this team has been to Nationals 4 of the last 10 years including 2 of the last 3.

Pride

Mentor High School's participation in the GLSEN National Day of Silence will take place on Friday, April 21. This day shows support for the LGBT community. All students who wish to participate must see Miss Gomori or Mr. Montgomery in the Unit 11 Office to get a sticker. Stickers will become available April 20 and 21.

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If you are currently in grades 9-11 you could tryout to be a Mentor Sparkle Peer Leader! The Sparkle Cheerleading team is an inclusive team comprised of students with and without disabilities. We are looking for male and female students who would be willing to join the team as peer leaders and mentor students with disabilities. Tryout information is in the athletic office. There will be a mandatory meeting for all parents and students who are new to the program on April 24 from 6:00-6:30 p.m. in the Hub at Mentor High School. The first tryout session will be held April 25th from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the Mentor High School Student Center.

Other

Have you ever tried to hear your heart beat? Or feel your breath fill your lungs? Or just sit quietly to relax? Doing this can provide a new perspective. It can help to focus on what is truly important to you. It takes practice and it only takes a few minutes. Just try... We will be practicing calm, abiding ( Shamatha) meditation this afternoon at 2:35 p.m. in room B108. See Mr. Kovac in the math office with questions.

Yearbook


THE 2016-2017 YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW FOR $75 ! ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK AT THE MHS BOOKSTORE or JOSTENS.COM !!! DON'T WAIT- DEADLINE TO ORDER IS MAY 5th !!!

Creative Writing Club

Announcing the Creative Writing Club Contest. The prompt is: When someone told me I live in a fantasy land, I nearly fell off my unicorn. Write a poem, essay, or short story about how a healthy amount of fantasy in life can be enriching. Use MLA style and a 5-page limit. Share your GoogleDoc with bolles@mentorschools.org by Sun., Apr. 23. 1st=$75. 2nd=$50. 3rd=$25.

Theatre

Mentor Theatre's production of A Chorus Line opens this Thursday, April 6th at 7pm with show times running through Sunday, April 9th at 2 pm. You will not want to miss this award-winning musical! Tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for students under 18 and seniors and can be purchased at the door or at eventbrite.com

Future Leaders

No Future Leaders meeting this week due to testing. If you can come to the Senior Tech Fair on Friday, April 12 from 9-11 please email Mrs. Skouby at skoubyk@mentorschools.org. A great time was had by all who participated this week but we need more sign-ups for the 12th, especially if you have an android phone.

Pride

This year's Pride alumni/current member anniversary celebration will be held in A-Lecture, on Wednesday, April 5, from 2:30 - 3:30. Food will include pizza, cupcakes, and gourmet catering by Chef Dustin Rodriguez.

KPOP

K pop club will NOT meet today.

Green Mentor

Green Mentor is hosting a school wide raffle! Come to our table in the cafeteria during lunch mods to participate and see what it is all about! The raffle will begin Monday, March 27th.

KPOP

K pop club will meet today(Tuesday) after school in B 100. See you there.

Student Government

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors!! Are you interested in running for class president? If so, you need to stop by Mr. Butlers room C101 and pick up the necessary paperwork.

Future Leaders

Future Leaders will meet in C digilab Friday morning at 7am. New people always welcome. Lots of volunteer events upcoming. Please join us!

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members, We will meet next Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29th and 30th. Please sign up in room D-105 if you are able to attend. We will be making bunny cakes to celebrate Spring.

DECA

It is CTE competition time!! The Lake Shore Compact is proud to announce that it will be sending 36 students to State Competition in Columbus next week. Our Marketing and Business Administration students will be competing in various events at the DECA State Competition and the students in our CISCO Program will be competing in computer networking at the BPA State Competition. Good luck to all! See www.LakeShoreCompact.org for a list of student names and events.

Yearbook

This Friday, March 10th, the MHS Cardinal Notes Yearbook Club is sponsoring the Spring Splash Photo Booth! Please stop by during lunch mods to get a free printed photo of you & your friends. Copies of these photos will be in the 2016-2017 Yearbook!

Makerspace Mondays

Come down to H102 in the Lower Hub for Makerspace Mondays. Makerspace Mondays offer a free craft project that you can make during lunch or a free mod and take with you. Today, join us to make melted crayon bookmarks.

NHS

NHS would like to thank everyone attended the talent show. Kayla Riebe, Alexis Sullivan and Sarah Vanio were best group. Individuals: Kayla Stovall was third, Zach Bright was second and the 2017 talent show champion was Mitchell Gibson.

Student Government

Hey Mentor High! Tomorrow is the kick off of our feed Lake County food drive. For every 3 cans you donate your name will be placed into a drawing for various prizes that will be drawn every day.

Student Government

Attention anyone participating in this years talent show. The Fine Arts Center was double booked so we will be practicing at 3:45 instead of right after school.

Makerspace Mondays

Come down to H102 in the Lower Hub for Makerspace Mondays. Makerspace Mondays offer a free craft project that you can make during lunch or a free mod and take with you. Today, join us to make color scratch photo frame magnets.

Ecology Club

Ecology club is looking for new members to help out with recycling. The commitment is about 30min once a week after school on Thursdays. You get community service hours, help the planet and sometimes food. Stop by March 2nd in room C-106 2:30pm

Makerspace Mondays

Come down to H102 in the Lower Hub for Makerspace Mondays. Makerspace Mondays offer a free craft project that you can make during lunch or a free mod and take with you. This Monday, join us to make color scratch photo frame magnets.

Student Government

Looking for an entertaining evening to break the winter blues? Like singing, dancing, comedy, magic and more? Come watch your talented classmates compete in the 7th annual Mentor High Talent Show on Thursday March 2nd at 7pm in the Fine Arts Center.

General

Guidance

If you are a senior and planning to go to Lakeland and pursue a nursing degree, you are eligible to apply for the $1,500 Kathleen Durchik Nursing scholarship. You can pick up an application in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Students interested in a career as an athletic trainer: There will be a presentation on 4/27, DigLab C, mods 3-4. The speaker is a trainer for MHS and is affiliated with Lake Hospitals. Learn with it takes to get into this field. Sign up on Naviance.

 

The next Drivers' Ed course beginson Tuesday,April 18. Classes start after school at2:45in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the bookstore for details. Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

 

If you're looking for a summer job, be sure to keep checking the Job Board for the latest employment opportunities. The Job Board is located outside the Book Store.

 

Returning CCP students who still need to schedule for fall semester can attend a walk-in session at Lakeland on the following dates from 8:30a-4:00p: April 21, April 28, May 5, May 19 or May 26. 


 

in us for "The Nature of Art" Mentor High School Student Art Exhibition in the Paradigm on Thursday, April 20th from 6-8 pm! The exhibition promises to be a great experience and a chance for students to showcase their artwork for staff, parents, peers and the community. Please plan to attend and bring your family and friends! This year the high school Art Department will highlight, The Nature of Art, offering a guests a chance to see that "the connection between art and nature is central to the understanding of each." The show is free and open to the public. .

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure to check out the latest scholarships. They are the Cardinal Voice Scholarship and the Mentor Board of Education Scholarship. Applications can be found in the Guidance Office, A114, or on Naviance.

Guidance

Attention students interested in a career as an athletic trainer: There will be a presentation on 4/27, DigLab C, mods 3-4. Speaker is a trainer for MHS & affiliated with Lake Hospitals. Learn with it takes to get into this field. Sign up on Naviance

Guidance

The Lake Shore Compact would like to wish good luck to the following students who will be competing April 11 and 12 in Columbus for the State Skills USA Competition:

Computer Information Systems: Chris Lanese, Mitchell Pandy, Joshua Thompson, Alex Bowman, Daniel Hercik, Peter Powell, Matthew Certain, Patrick Liddy, Jailin Spencer, Dominick Yaeger, Ian Pike, Kai Foster, Dane Franko, Donaven Patterson
Criminal Justice: Jenna Petrovic, Jordan Esser, Anastasiya Khizhnyak
Interactive Media: Miranda Akins, Keyah Madaris, Emma Spadaro, Alanah Stefanek
Information Technology Services: Eric Kubish
Welding: Ben Vincent, Nicholas LoPorto, Joseph Moran

Guidance

Attention students interested in a career as an athletic trainer: There will be a presentation on 4/27, DigLab C, mods 3-4. The speaker is a trainer for MHS and is affiliated with Lake Hospitals. Learn with it takes to get into this field. Sign up on Naviance.

 

The next Drivers' Ed course beginson Tuesday,April 18. Classes start after school at2:45in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the bookstore for details. Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

 

Lake Farmpark is looking for Breakfast with the Bunny on April 13 & 14 Duties & Qualifications: Greet the public at the event. Dress in the appropriate under costume. Interact in an animated way with the public. Visit with the families in the Caf. Pass out small gifts. Must stay in character. Contact Bev Caduff Lake Metroparks Volunteer Department Phone: 440-585-3041 Ext.6322 Fax: 440-585-3224

 

Mentor High Schools AIR testing schedule resumes Wednesday, April 5. Students will take math exams on April 5 and April 6. All students currently enrolled in either Algebra 1 or Geometry must sit for these exams. In addition, students who took these exams in the past but did not score high enough may be scheduled for these exams as well. 

The testing block will run from 7:15 to 9:30 am. We will run a modified bell schedule for the rest of the school day. Students who are testing need to be in their assigned testing rooms by 7:15 am on Thursday and Friday. All other students do not need to report to school until 9:30 am. Students who arrive to school before 9:30 must stay in the student center during the testing block.

Students -- you can find your testing location on your Infinite Campus class schedule at the bottom of the schedule. Make sure you bring your MacBook fully charged and ready to go. Students need to bring ear buds as well if they have them. These exams are vital for your graduation requirements so make sure you get a good night sleep the night before the test and eat breakfast the morning of the test. Good luck on your exams!


 

Sophomores and Juniors interested in serving as counselors for 6th grade camp in the fall need to apply by filling out an application and getting a teacher recommendation. A link to the online application is posted in Schoology. Students will also need to ask a teacher to complete a recommendation form as part of the application process. Teacher recommendations will be done on paper and you will need to get the form from Mrs. Sangdahl in C219. The deadline for submitting the application and the teacher recommendation form is May 10, 2017.

 

We will be practicing calm, abiding (Shamatha) meditation this afternoon at 2:35 p.m. in room B108. See Mr. Kovac in the math office with questions.

Guidance

(Please note the time is now 7 PM)New CCP students who have been accepted to Lakeland and are planning to take any CCP courses at MHS should attend the CCP Orientation and Registration Session scheduled for Wednesday, April 12th, at 7p, in the Paradigm building. This session is for new CCP students only. Returning CCP students who still need to schedule for fall semester can attend a walk-in session at Lakeland on the following dates from 8:30a-4:00p: April 14, April 21, April 28, May 5, May 19 or May 26.

 

The Shorby Club in Bratenahl is conducting a Job Fair on April 9 and 15 from 11-3. They are hiring seasonal employees for many positions. Call 216-851-2582 or email info@shorebyclub.com for more information. (servers, bussers, lifeguards, cooks, etc)

 

Hopkins Elementary is looking for volunteers to help with their Spring Clean-Up Project to be held on Sunday, April 23. They need help cleaning up the grounds around the school. Bring your rakes and shovels. If you can help, send an email to: hopkinsgarden44060@gmail.com

Guidance

Attention seniors who have been accepted to the University of Akron: A representative will be visiting MHS on April 5 to meet with accepted students. The meeting will start at 10:45 in the Paradigm Room !. Sign up through Naviance. The representative will talk about the next steps after admissions and the enrollment process.

Guidance

Seniors planning on attending Ohio University are eligible to apply for the Riley Pearson "OU, Oh-Yeah" Scholarship. A $500 scholarship will be awarded. Applications can be found in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Seniors, there is a new scholarship being offered by the MHS Class of 1976. They will award $1,000 to an MHS senior to be used for their post-high school education. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for an application. Deadline is April 10.

 

Hopkins Elementary is looking for volunteers to help with their Spring Clean-Up Project, April 23. They need help cleaning the grounds around the school. Bring your rakes and shovels. If you can help, send an email to: hopkinsgarden44060@gmail.com

 

Mentor High Schools AIR testing schedule begins Thursday and Friday of this week. Students will take English exams on Thursday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st. All students currently enrolled in either ninth or tenth grade English must take these exams this Thursday and Friday. In addition, students who took these exams in the past but did not score high enough may be scheduled for these exams as well. 

The testing block will run from 7:15 to 9:30 am this Thursday and Friday. We will run a modified bell schedule for the rest of the school day. Students who are testing need to be in their assigned testing rooms by 7:15 am on Thursday and Friday. All other students do not need to report to school until 9:30 am. Students who arrive to school before 9:30 must stay in the student center during the testing block.

Students -- you can find your testing location on your Infinite Campus class schedule at the bottom of the schedule. Make sure you bring your MacBook fully charged and ready to go. These exams are vital for your graduation requirements so make sure you get a good night sleep the night before the test and eat breakfast the morning of the test. Good luck on your exams!


 

Attention All Seniors who have shown an interest in working the Lake County Board of Elections as a Precinct Election Official. The deadline has been extended. All applications must be turned into the Unit 12 Office by Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Guidance

Reminder for students intending to participate in CCP next year: The Intent to Participate form is due March 31. This form is required by the State of Ohio. Forms can be given to Mrs. Pizzuti in room A114.

 

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. Deadline: 4/10/17

Guidance

The National College Fair will be held Apr 1 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleve. Over 200 2 & 4-year colleges, nursing, business, & trade schools will be present. Register at www.nacacfairs.org/ncfstudentregistration for a personal bar code

 

Mentor Schools has openings for 8 Computer Technician Assistants. Workers will travel to the various school buildings doing computer cleaning &preparations for next year. Info in Guidance A114 or www.mentorschools.net, then Emplyoment Opportunities.

Guidance

The deadline to submit your Letter of Intent to Participate in the College Credit Plus program is March 31, 2017. This document is a required by the state of Ohio for participation in the program. Letters are to be turned in to Mrs. Pizzuti in A-114.

Guidance

Leadership Lake County Junior Leadership Program is a year long program that engages individuals to serve their community as leaders. Students visit community sites for rich, experiential learning with community leaders. For more information visit http://www.leadershiplakecounty.org/junior-leadership . Applications are currently available to current 9th and 10th grade students in A114. Application materials are due April 10, 2017.

Guidance

ACT has extended the deadline to register for the April 8, 2017 ACT test. A late fee does apply. You must register by 3/24 and your photo is due by 3/31. Go to www.act.org for more information and to register.

 

The City of Painesville is looking to hire summer workers. Check out the flyer posted on the Job Board located outside the Bookstore.

 

If you have an interest in pursuing a career in outside electrical construction and utility work after graduation, applications are being accepted into the ALBAT Apprentice & Training Program. Go to www.albat.org for more information. ALBAT is the American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship Program in the IBEW Local Union 71 jurisdiction.

Guidance

Seniors, be sure to check out the Charleen Gawronski Leadership scholarship that will award a $5,000 scholarship on the basis of a student's community service and an essay. Applications in Guidance, A114.

Guidance

A student ambassador from Yale University will be visiting MHS this Thursday during mods 7-8 to talk about educational opportunities at Yale. If you're interested in attending this meeting, sign up through your Naviance account.

Guidance

Fall and summer registration for returning CCP students will be held on Thursday, March 23rd. CCP counselors will be available in the glass studio located in the Upper HUB throughout the day. Students may register during any free mod.

 

Tomorrow, March 21 is a testing day at Mentor High School. Eleventh graders will take the ACT exam. Juniors need to be to school by 7:30 am tomorrow. Freshmen, sophomores, and seniors do not report to school. Testing should conclude between 11:15 - 11:45 am and you will be dismissed for the remainder of the day at that point. Our regular afternoon busing schedule will occur and afternoon bus transportation will leave Mentor High School at the normal time of 2:26 pm. Students will be allowed to stay in the student center if you need to ride the bus home. Our normal lunch program will be available to students. The ACT exam can be very important as you can meet one of the requirements for your high school diploma if you score high enough on the test. You can also use the exam scores to forward to colleges if you wish. The exam is free of charge. Students -- your test location currently appears on your class schedule in Infinite Campus. Make sure you know your testing location. Youll need to bring #2 pencils with an eraser as well as a calculator. No electronic devices other than calculators are allowed in testing rooms. Good luck!

 

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Monday, March 20. Classes start after school at 2:45 in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the bookstore for details. Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

Guidance

Seniors, if you are planning to study speech, hearing, social work, counseloring, PT or education, you are eligible to apply for the Quota International of Lake County Scholarship. This scholarship will be in the amount of $1,000. Info in A114.

 

Guidance

Are you looking for some fun volunteering activities for the summer? The Mentor Parks & Recreation Department is looking for volunteers for help as Learn to Swim Assistants, Day Camp Assistants and Special Events Assistants. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for an application.

 

Are you looking for some fun volunteering activities for the summer? The Mentor Parks & Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to help as Learn to Swim Assistants, Day Camp and Special Events Assistants. Applications in Guidance, A114. The deadline to apply is April 14.

Guidance

All students are invited to enter the Video Public Service Announcement Contest. Students must produce a 30-120 second message encouraging teens to be drug & alcohol free and other positive messages. Prices of $500, $300 and $150 will be awarded. More info in Guidance, A114. This contest is sponsored by Crossroads. Students may enter as an individual or as part of a group of 1-8 people. Deadline is April 3.

Guidance

West Geauga High School is hosting a College Fair on Wednesday, March 15 6:30-8:00pm. 100+ colleges will be represented. This is a great way to get to get information from many different colleges. Jimmy Malone, founder of the Jimmy Malone Scholarship Foundation, will speak at 6:00 on college admissions and scholarships.

Guidance

All students are invited to enter the 2017 Video PSA (Public Service Announcement) Contest. Students are asked to produce a 30-120 second message encouraging teens to be drug & alcohol free, tolerate differences, increase awareness of mental health issues while promoting positive mental wellness. Students may enter as individuals or part of a group of 1-8 people. Winner will receive a $500 award and awards of $200 and $150 will also be given. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

 

Congratulations to the winners of the Black History Month Writing Contest. First place winner is Dayna Mack, second place winner is Michael Chen, and third place winner is Josh Wiseley.

Guidance

Fall and summer registration for returning CCP students will be held on Tuesday, March 7th and Thursday, March 23rd. CCP counselors will be available in the glass studio located in the Upper HUB throughout the day.

 

Attention All Seniors: The Lake County Board of Elections is seeking high school seniors that are in good standing with their school and who are at least 17 years old to work the May 2, 2017 Election. Students will have the opportunity to earn $150 for attending a two (2) hour training and working on Election Day. And secondly, obtain service experience for job resumes and college applications. For more information please stop in the Unit 12 Office. Thank You!

Guidance

Seniors, the new scholarships are from the Cardinal Parents Club, Fairfax Elementary School PTA and Mentor Orchestra. If you'd like more information about these and other scholarships, stop by the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

The Junior Womens Club of Mentor is looking for teens to work at this summers Safety Town. If youre interested, stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Attention AP students: tomorrow is the payment deadline for AP exams. Speak with you school counselor or Mr. McMahon with any questions or concerns. Again, the AP exam payment deadline is tomorrow.

Guidance

Fall and summer registration for returning CCP students will be held on Tues, March 7th and Thurs, March 23rd. CCP counselors will be available in the glass studio located in the Upper HUB throughout the day. Students may register during any free mod.

 

Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee Muhammad Ali was a black american athlete known for his impressive boxing career. Not only was he the heavyweight champion, but he competed in the Rome Olympics. Muhammad Ali not only faced the hardships of racial inequality, but struggled with Parkinsons disease. Not only did Ali stand up for his race and was an iconic black american athlete, but he was an advocate of peace and protested against the Vietnam War. Unfortunately, the world lost Ali on June 3, 2016, yet he should always be remembered not only for his honorable athletic career, but for his want for peace.

Guidance

University Hospitals has announced their Summer Youth Volunteer Program. They are looking to place student volunteers in a variety of positions that will last 8 weeks. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

 

Order your Mentor High School Yearbook at Jostens.com or the bookstore. The cost is $75. The deadline for this offer is March 24th!

 

Do you want pictures of you & your friends in the Mentor High yearbook? Create an account on Replayit.com and submit your photos!!! Deadline for submitting photos is March 31st.

 

Come down to H102 in the Lower Hub for Makerspace Mondays. Makerspace Mondays offer a free craft project that you can make during lunch or a free mod and take with you. This Monday, join us to make color scratch photo frame magnets.

 

Dorothy Vaughan another women featured in the film Hidden Figures came to the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory in 1943, during the height of World War II, leaving her position as the math teacher at Robert Russa Moton High School in Farmville, VA to take what she believed would be a temporary war job. Two years after President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 8802 into law, prohibiting racial, religious and ethnic discrimination in the country's defense industry, the Laboratory began hiring black women to meet the skyrocketing demand for processing aeronautical research data. Urgency and twenty-four hour shifts prevailed-- as did Jim Crow laws which required newly-hired "colored" mathematicians to work separately from their white female counterparts. Dorothy Vaughan was assigned to the segregated "West Area Computing" unit, an all-black group of female mathematicians, who were originally required to use separate dining and bathroom facilities. Over time, both individually and as a group, the West Computers distinguished themselves with contributions to virtually every area of research at Langley.


 

A representative from D & S Automotive will be visiting MHS on March 2 to talk with students who are interested in careers in marketing and business. This presentation will take place during mods 3-4 on Wednesday. Students in any grades may attend. Sign up through your Naviance account. Under the Colleges tab, select Visits, then click on D & S Automotive. If you have any questions, stop by the guidance office, room A114, or see your counselor.

 

Seniors: Please remember if you intend to participate in Senior Project you must pass all of your courses for the third nine weeks. There are two weeks left in this nine weeks, get your stuff turned in. You do not want to miss this opportunity.

 

Dole Foods is sponsoring the Fruitapalooza Poster Contest for students grades K-12. Create a poster promoting fruit in a clever & unique way. They will award an IPAD Mini to the winner and cases of Dole fruit to our school. Entry form in Guid. A114.

Guidance

The new scholarships are: ABB Engineering, Inc. Scholarship, the Lake County Right to Life Essay Contest and the Orchard Hollow Elementary School PTA Scholarship. Applications are available in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Seniors: if you plan to major in music education or music performance, you are eligible to apply for the Hieronymus Music Scholarship. In addition, there is a special scholarship for music majors planning to attend Heidelberg College. Info in A114.