MHS Daily Bulletin

MHS Daily Bulletin
Posted on 03/23/2018
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Millville High School
Daily Bulletin

MARCH 23RD, 2018
Schedule for Today: 
“B" Day Regular Bell Schedule


Varsity Boys Tennis Scrimmage vs. Delsea Regional @ Millville Senior School -- 4:00pm
Varsity/JV Softball Scrimmage vs. Cumberland Regional @ Millville Senior High School -- 4:00pm
Varsity Girls LaCrosse Scrimmage vs. Alumni @ Millville Senior High School -- 5:30pm
Saturday, March 24
Varsity Baseball Scrimmage vs. Guilderland @ Millville Senior High School -- 10:30am
Varsity Baseball Scrimmage vs. Guilderland @ Millville Senior High School -- 1:00pm
Varsity Softball Scrimmage vs. Pennsville Memorial, Deptford Township, Palmyra @ Pennsville Memorial High School

🍴 LINK Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser 🍴
LINK will be hosting a fundraiser at Texas Roadhouse on Tuesday, March 27th from 4:00-10:00pm. 10% of your bill will go towards LINK services and programs for students! For those who have children in the family, this is the perfect night to dine out because it is on Kids Night, which includes $1.99 kids meals with each adult entrée, a free toy, and features a balloon artist! Teachers, students, and staff are all encouraged to attend. If you do not have a flyer, please tell your server that you are there for the LINK fundraiser.

⚡ Spring Spirit Week ⚡
Next week is Spring Spirit Week at Millville High School! Dress for each day:

MONDAY: College Day (Show your academic/athletic pride!)
TUESDAY: Fandom Tuesday (Show your passion for your favorite book, movie, fictional character, band, or artist! No masks or full costumes. We follow all school dress code rules!)
WEDNESDAY: Camo Day (Blend in with us!)
THURSDAY: T-Bolt Pride (Wear your class colors!)

Thursday will be our Spring Pep Rally! Please see any of your teachers or Mrs. Siniavsky (Senior HS) or Mrs. Errickson (Memorial HS) for more information!

☀ Club 21 Summer Camp 
Are you a student in need of volunteer hours? Do you like helping younger kids? See Mrs. Benishek in A111 (Senior High) or her office in upper A Hall (Memorial) for an application to volunteer for the Club 21 Summer Camp. You have a 1 to 4 week option to earn those hours. The camp starts June 25th (barring any more snow days) and runs until July 19th, Monday through Thursday from 8:30am until 1:30pm. Transportation can be provided if you live in Millville. Hurry, because applications go quickly!


“Crust n Stuff” Pizzeria Style Pizza or Rip n Dip w/Dipping Sauce, Oven Baked Fries, Black Bean Salad

Don't Forget! For the next 2 weeks, purchase any complete lunch and add any of the featured bottled drinks and a small snack for $1.50!

Prom Ticket Drawing
If you have at least 25 Bolt Bucks and would like to enter your name into the Prom Ticket Drawing, please see Mrs. Siniavsky in T110 (before or after school ONLY) from now until Wednesday, March 28th with your Bolt Bucks. At the Pep Rally on Thursday, March 29th, we will be drawing two names (one Junior and one Senior) as our prom ticket winners. More names will be pulled weekly! Good Luck!

Education Scholarship

If you plan to attend college after graduation and major in Education, see Ms. Jackson in the Guidance Office for a scholarship opportunity!

Frank Morrissey Scholarship
Are you a graduating Senior that has a parent/family member in the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA)? Do you plan on furthering your education? Make sure you stop by the Guidance Office and pick up a Frank Morrissey Application. Applications are due back to Mrs. Morris in the Guidance Office by Friday, April 13th.

MEA Scholarship
Are you a graduating Senior who has a parent in the Millville Education Association (MEA)? Make sure you stop by the Guidance Office and pick up a MEA Scholarship Application. Applications are due back to Mrs. Morris in the Guidance Office by Friday, April 13th.


Pepperoni Pizza & Buffalo Chicken Pizza, Tossed Salad, Chilled Fruit, Assorted Milk

Attention all 9th and 10th grade students: Is college your goal? Are you willing to go the extra mile to improve your academic future? If yes, then AVID is for you! AVID is a college-readiness program that will help you with choosing a career and applying for scholarships, financial aid, and college. AVID is like a family with students who are like you: College-bound and ready to take on challenges with determination and persistence! Acceptance to AVID starts with an application. If you are interested in applying for AVID, please stop by the Main Office to pick up an application and return the application by no later than Friday, March 23rd. Questions? See any staff member with the AVID logo on their door!

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