Homeroom Meetings: (Remember to have attendance taken in your Homeroom before reporting to meetings)
Thursday, April 11th: Student council executive meeting in Mrs. Berger’s room (rescheduled from today).
Thursday, April 11th: Report to the Guidance office after homeroom attendance if interested in talking to a representative from UW-La Crosse.
Thursday, April 11th: Senior class meeting in the IMC.
Friday, April 12th: Nathan Pelke, Raith Bauer and Lance Crawford-meet at the HS office for a newspaper photo.
Tuesday, April 16th: Full council student council meeting in Mrs. Berger’s room (rescheduled from Thursday).
Post Prom Forms: Pick up permission forms for Post Prom in the office. Completed slips are due to the office by April 18th.
Prom Guest Passes: If you are bringing a guest to prom, please be sure to pick up your guest pass from the office ASAP. Please allow plenty of time as the form must be faxed back by your guest’s school by April 22nd.
Mrs. Fath would like to recognize the following students that competed at the State FBLA Conference in Green Bay: Zachary Kauten (Intro. to Business Procedures), Zachary Pax (Network Design), Ben Ness (Banking & Financial Systems), Kaden Mitchell (Intro. to Information Technology), Morgan Kacures (Public Speaking), Hailey Bauer (Business Financial Plan), Marin Jacobson & Jenna Zacharias (Hospitality Management), and Haley Glanzman, Amalah Hjort & Jordan Jehn (Marketing). Thank you all for representing Mondovi High School! A special congratulations to Zachary Pax and Zachary Kauten as they both placed 1st in their event and qualified for the National FBLA Conference which takes place this summer.
Seniors: Please check your school email for the senior activity award form. The form is due to Renee in the district office by April 26th.
Attention Students: An Eau Claire Business Owner from the Living Room Coffee House contacted Mrs. Fath regarding an event this summer to highlight young entrepreneurs by doing a “youth farmers market” style event. They are looking for students who have a product, craft, or good they would like to sell to begin their journey in business! Ultimately, they would like to select 30 applicants from the Eau Claire area to participate in the event. If selected, each "business" will be able to set up their booth each Wednesday and Friday for one month of the summer, giving them at least eight days to sell their product! This would be a great experience for any student and would look awesome on a resume or scholarship application someday. See Mrs. Fath for the application if interested.
Students: Are you interested in possibly majoring in business in the future? Mrs. Fath has information about a summer experience called Business World which is a four day session at three different colleges. The first session is from June 16-19 at St. Norbert College in DePere. The 2nd session is from June 23-26 at UW-Madison, and the 3rd session is from July 14-17 at UW-Stevens Point. The cost is $75 and it's a great experience. Click this link for more information: https://www.wmc.org/programs/business-world/summer-program/
Lifeguards Needed: Are you looking for a flexible, fun job this summer? Our pool is hiring lifeguards again! You would be involved in anything from swimming lessons to monitoring the pool to everything in between! All you need is a letter of interest stating you are interested in being a lifeguard. You can get your lifeguard certification through either the YMCA or the Parks & Rec Department. Stop in and see Mrs. Bagstad if you have any questions or want to turn your letter of interest in!
Stop in the office for a $40.00 off Tux Rental coupon at Mel’s Clothing and Recreation.
Gaming Club: Tuesdays, 4:00-6:00 pm in Ms. Vida’s room.