Tuesday October 25, 2011
Welcome Substitutes:Peggy Bertram/Paul Stringer, Richie Smith/Tonya Marcum, Garry
Coffey/Bronda Bertram, Betty Hyden ½ am/Stacy Barrier, Jamie Tipton/Stewart
Gregory, Angela Preat/No Sub, Barbara Pendelton/Heather Lewis, Vickie Easter/Martha
Gregory, Joyce Alley/Becky Robison, Linda Burnett/ Patrick Burchett, Sheila
Morgan/No Sub, Cindy Rose/No Sub, Celeste Wilson/No Sub
Girls Jr. Pro for grades 1,2,3 tonight at 5:30 in the auditorium.
Timesheets are due at 8 AM on Wednesday the 26th.
Seniors going on the Senior trip, deposit of $100.00 is due on Tuesday Nov 1st
Elementary Program:Ronald McDonald
Oct 26th (Wed) Grades P-3rd @1:30-2:30 in the Gym
Girls Basketball Boosters Meeting:
Thursday Oct 27th @ 5:00p.m. in Coach Trevis Upchurch’s Room.
Thursday Oct 27th during lunch in Ms. Frogge’s classroom
Hospital $5.00 Jewelry Sale (Jewelry and Accessories):
Wayne Co Hospital Conference Room
Thursday, Oct 27th- 7:00a.m.-6:00p.m.
Friday, Oct 28th 7:00a.m.-3:00p.m.
Proceeds Benefit Wayne Co Hospital
Open Enrollment will end on October 28th. If you need assistance with your open
enrollment, please see me as soon as possible. Do not wait until the last day.
You MUST complete your open enrollment if:
-you wish to change your plan,
-drop or add dependents
-if you have money deducted from your monthly paycheck, and deposited into a FSA
(flexible spending account.)
You do not need to complete your open enrollment if:
-you wish to keep the same plan next year
-you waive your health insurance and receive the $2,100 waiver HRA (health
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me. Have a great day!
“Misery of Meth” meeting Oct. 27th 6:30 p.m. at the Aspire Center. This will be a 45
minute training for anyone interested in helping to put an end to the meth problem in our
Oct 25th 3:00-5:00p.m. Grades K-5th in the Auditorium
$2.00 Admission/tickets .50 cents
Sponsored by 8th Grade for Washington DC trip
Oct 28th & 29th sponsored by Girls Basketball
Barn close to Bus Garage (Park at School)
Oct 28th & 29th sponsored by the Cheerleaders next to Haunted House.
6th grade Band performance:
Nov 3rd @6:00p.m. in the Auditorium
Nov 4th @SCC
5:30-6:15 Girl's Basketball
6:15-7:00 Boy's Basketball
7:00 Alumni Activities (3-point shooting, Alumni game, etc.)
MS/HS SBDM Meeting:
Nov 7th @5:00p.m. in the Media Center
Nov 10th @8:30a.m.in Auditorium
Nov 8th, No School for students PD
(Needs Assessment/CSIP) for staff (9:00a.m.-12:00p.m.)
Elementary Parent/Teacher Conference:
Nov 9th & 10th 3:15-6:00p.m.
MS/HS Parent/Teacher Conference:
Nov 10th 3:30-6:30p.m.
Veteran’s Day( Parade):
MS Boys Basketball:
Oct 25th away vs Metcalfe Co.@5:30p.m.est
Oct 27th home vs Cumberland Co @5:30p.m.est
HS Academic Team:
Oct 25th away @Somerset Christian bus leaves @4:30p.m.
Nov 1st written assessment Pulaski Co Bus leaves @4:30p.m.
MS Academic Team:
Oct 27th Monticello vs Somerset Christian
Nov 1st Monticello vs Meece
Nov 10th Monticello @Southern
HOBY-- October 28, 2011
All sophomores are eligible to apply for the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership
seminar, which will be held at Transylvania University in Lexington in May 30-
June 3, 2012. To apply, students should write a 1-2 page essay (typed, double-
spaced) on the following topic: "Please describe the most rewarding and
challenging aspects of being a leader in your school and community." Essays
should be submitted to the guidance office by 3:00 PM on Friday, October 28,
2011. For more information about HOBY, visit www.hoby.org.
Horatio Alger Association Scholarship-- October 30, 2011
Designed to help students who have financial need and have exhibited integrity
and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. Applicant must also be
committed to pursue and complete a bachelor's degree. For more information
and to apply, visit https://www.horatioalger.org/scholarships/index.cfm.
Coca-Cola Scholars-- October 31, 2011
Seniors with a 3.0 or higher GPA and who demonstrate leadership, commitment
to community, and academic achievement may apply online @ www.coca-
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards-- November 1, 2011
Young volunteers in grades 5-12 complete applications online at
http://spirit.prudential.com or www.nassp.org/spirt by November 1st and then
submit them to their HS principals or to the head of one of these officially
designated local organizations: a Girl Scout council, county 4-H group, American
Red Cross chapter, YMCA, or affiliate of HandsOn Network. For more
information, visit the site(s) listed above.
FIRE "Freedom in Academica" Essay Contest-- November 5, 2011
FIRE will award $12,500 in college scholarships, including a $5,000 scholarship
to the student with the best essay. FIRE is looking for bright, college-bound high
school seniors to write an essay about how American universities betray the
purpose of a university and violate the constitutional guarentees of free
exression as depicted in the two documentaries found @
www.thefire.org/multimedia. For more information, visit
www.thefire.org/contests. Essays must be 800-1,000 words. Deadline:
November 5, 2011.
Kentucky Ready-Mixed Concrete Association-- November 7, 2011
This $5,000 scholarship/essay contest is open to students who will be between
the ages of 16-18 at the beginning of the 2011-12 school term. Applications are
available in the guidance office.
K-12 Poster & Essay Contest for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr-- Must be RECEIVED by
November 15, 2011
This year's theme is Exploring the "King" in You. This theme offers students an opportunity
to express how they see themselves as productive citizens in society. This theme also
encourages students to promote their vision of how they can impact change in their
community and in the world at large. They can answer the questions of who am I and what
can I contribute to society to make the world a better place. The answers to these questions
can be explored in this theme as students convey how they envision their community and
the world through their youthful eyes. This contest is open to all students in grades K - 12
and offers prizes for the top three winners in the elementary, middle and high school
categories. Entries must be received (not postmarked) in the Governor's Office of Minority
Empowerment no later than close of business on Tuesday, November 15, 2011.
The Komen Scholarship Program-- November 15, 2011
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for this scholarship: Must
have lost a parent/guardian to breast cancer OR must be a breast cancer survivor diagnosed
at 25 years or younger; must be a high school senior, college freshman, sophomore or
junior; must plan
to attend a state-supported college or university in the state where they
permanently reside (students in Washington DC can attend state-supported
schools in Maryland or Virginia); must have a high school and/or college GPA of
2.8 on a 4.0 scale; must be no older than 25 years old by May 2012; must be a
U.S. citizen, or documented permanent resident of the U.S. (or US Territory);
must be a driven advocate for breast cancer education and reserach who is able
to complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service per semester; must
never have been subject to any disciplinary action (educational or legal).
AXA Achievement Scholarship-- December 1, 2011
Are you active in your community? Have you led a project that benefits others?
Have you overcome personal challenges? Learn more and apply online @
All "A" Classic Scholarship-- Must be Postmarked by December 3, 2011
This scholarship is open to all MHS seniors-- not just athletes. Two letters of
recommendation are required. Applications are available in the guidance office
or online @ www.allaclassic.org.
GSP (Governor's Scholar Program)-- December 16, 2011
Juniors are eligible to apply for the GSP program. The GSP application is
available online @ http://gsp.ky.gov/Governors-Scholar-Program-News/News-
Detail/item/34/2012-Applications-Now-Available.aspx. Students interested in
applying should download an application and save it to their computer. It is a
GSA (Governor's School for the Arts)-- Must be Postmarked by
December 31, 2011
Kentucky sophomores and juniors who are interested in the arts may apply for
GSA's summer program. It consists of nine differenet disciplines: architecture,
creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, vocal music, musical theatre,
new media, and visual art. For more information or to apply, visit
Elizabeth C. Miller
Monticello High School
160 Cave Street
Monticello, KY 42633
Phone: (606) 348-5315
Fax: (606) 348-3039