THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2016

The drawing for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Vizio TV donated by Warrior Pride will be live at the assembly today.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize.

CONGRATULATIONS: Mock Trial Team qualified for the State Tournament for the first time in over six years. We will be heading to Champaign, Illinois over spring break to compete with some of the best teams in the state.

CONGRATULATIONS: Congratulations to all four boys volleyball teams for a sweep of Walter Payton College Prep. For varsity, Lucas Metzger had the match-winning serve and Conor O'Brien made the match-winning kill.

STUDENTS:  If you are interested in becoming a COACH tutor next year, all applications are due in the English office, B202, TODAY.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS: Mark your calendar. On Saturday, April 9 from 1-4 pm Maine West is hosting the District 207 International Celebration in the spec gym. Come out and enjoy lots of great food and entertainment and celebrate the many cultures of District 207.

STUDENTS AND STAFF: The girls softball team is hosting a fundraiser on Monday April 4th at the Chipotle on Mannheim Road in Rosemont. All you have to do is bring an official flyer or tell the cashier you're there for the fundraiser and the team gets 50% of the profits!

JUNIORS:  Junior prom tickets go on sale after spring break.  For one day only, Tuesday, April 5th, tickets will be sold for $30.  After Tuesday, April 5th, tickets will be $35 in the bookstore and $40 at the door.

ANIME CLUB: Anime Club will meet after school today in D105.


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2016


Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Vizio TV donated by Warrior Pride. The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize.

CONGRATULATIONS:   Mock Trial Team qualified for the State Tournament for the first time in over six years. We will be heading to Champaign, Illinois over spring break to compete with some of the best teams in the state. Congratulations!

STUDENTS: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS: Mark your calendar. On Saturday, April 9 from 1-4 pm Maine West is hosting the District 207 International Celebration in the spec gym. Come out and enjoy lots of great food and entertainment and celebrate the many cultures of District 207.

STUDENTS AND STAFF: The girls softball team is hosting a fundraiser on Monday April 4th at the Chipotle on Mannheim Road in Rosemont. All you have to do is bring an official flyer or tell the cashier you're there for the fundraiser and the team gets 50% of the profits! We hope to see you there!

TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016

Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride. The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

STUDENTS: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS:  Mark your calendar. On Saturday, April 9 from 1-4 pm Maine West is hosting the District 207 International Celebration in the spec gym. Come out and enjoy lots of great food and entertainment and celebrate the many cultures of District 207.

STUDENTS: Today we will have a one hour advisory

Freshmen & Sophomores will be going to their advisory to participate in a social media presentation.
Juniors will go to their advisory to do ACT pre-bubbling.
Seniors will go to the auditorium to see a presentation about teen dating violence.

Please make sure you know your advisory room number so you can report quickly to your advisory.

MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2016

Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride. The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

STUDENTS: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS: On Tuesday, March 22nd we will have a one hour advisory

Freshmen & Sophomores will be going to their advisory to participate in a social media presentation.
Juniors will go to their advisory to do ACT pre-bubbling.
Seniors will go to the auditorium to see a presentation about teen dating violence.

Please make sure you know your advisory room number so you can report quickly to your advisory.

FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2016

Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride. The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

STUDENTS: Students who filled out a survey for Dr. Haugan called "Students of Maine West" are meeting today during first period in H106.

STUDENTS: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

AP STUDENTS: The deadline to sign up to take your AP tests is today. Please go to the bookstore to pay and collect the AP information booklet. Please remember that any registrations after today will include a late fee of $45 per test.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS: On Tuesday, March 22nd we will have a one hour advisory

Freshmen & Sophomores will be going to their advisory to participate in a social media presentation.
Juniors will go to their advisory to do ACT pre-bubbling.
Seniors will go to the auditorium to see a presentation about teen dating violence.

Please make sure you know your advisory room number so you can report quickly to your advisory.

THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2016

Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride. The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

CONGRATULATIONS:  The Maine JV Hockey team has made the state championship game! They will play today at 6:40 pm in Bensenville (edge ice arena). They would love to get as much support as possible. West has 6 players on the team : Ryan Duellman, Danny Weller, Tyler Zidron, Will McGahan, Jake Black, and Matt Jacher. Good luck to our Maine Hockey players!

STUDENTS: Students who filled out a survey for Dr. Haugan called "Students of Maine West" are meeting tomorrow during first period in H106. There is an email with information waiting for you from Dr. Haugan, so please check today for more details. Again, our meeting is first period on Friday in H106.

STUDENTS
: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

JUNIORS: Enter the Dollars for Scholars Raffle for a chance to win our Junior Prom Prize #14 valued at $200 that includes two tickets, a dinner certificate, a manicure, flowers and even a car wash! Tickets are available in the bookstore for only $1.00 each or 6 for $5. A winner will be drawn on April 6th.

KEY CLUB: Key club will meet Friday at 7:10 am in room L101.

AP STUDENTS: Registration to take your AP tests is underway and the deadline is fast approaching. The deadline to sign up to take your AP tests is tomorrow. Please go to the bookstore to pay and collect the AP information booklet. Please remember that any registrations after the deadline will include a late fee of $45 per test.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: There will be a MANDATORY meeting after school today in L101 to go over the Induction Ceremony that will then take place on Wednesday, March 24 at 7pm in L101. You will also be receiving important information regarding the ceremony. The meeting should only take about 20-30 minutes. Please be sure to see Sra. Barbas if you have any conflicts.

STUDENTS: On Tuesday, March 22nd we will have a one hour advisory
  • Freshmen & Sophomores will be going to their advisory to participate in a social media presentation.
  • Juniors will go to their advisory to do ACT pre-bubbling.
  • Seniors will go to the auditorium to see a presentation about teen dating violence.
Please make sure you know your advisory room number so you can report quickly to your advisory.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2016


Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride.  The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

STUDENTS: Students who filled out a survey for Dr. Haugan called "Students of Maine West" are meeting this Friday during first period in H106. There is an email with information waiting for you from Dr. Haugan, so please check today for more details. Again, our meeting is first period on Friday in H106.

STUDENTS: Do you LOVE Maine West? Are you filled with school spirit? Do you bleed Blue and Gold? We are looking for our next Maine West Warrior. If you are ready to lead our student body and sports teams into a frenzy at assemblies and games we want you. There will be a brief informational meeting today at 3:20 in the Dance studio. If you can not make the meeting, please see Mrs. Jacob. Get your school spirit on and come check out what it means to be the Warrior.

STUDENTS: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

JUNIORS: Enter the Dollars for Scholars Raffle for a chance to win our Junior Prom Prize #14 valued at $200 that includes two tickets, a dinner certificate, a manicure, flowers and even a car wash! Tickets are available in the bookstore for only $1.00 each or 6 for $5. A winner will be drawn on April 6th.

AP STUDENTS: Registration to take your AP tests is underway and the deadline is fast approaching. The deadline to sign up to take your AP tests is on Friday, March 18th. Please go to the bookstore to pay and collect the AP information booklet. Please remember that any registrations after the deadline will include a late fee of $45 per test.

PI SIGMA PI: Pi Sigma Pi is taking a field trip to BAPS Hindu Temple this Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 to 1:30. Bring cash for lunch. Please return your permission slip to Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson by this Friday if you would like to come. A digital copy of the permission slip is available on the PSP Facebook page or see us if want a paper copy.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: There will be a MANDATORY meeting after school at 3:20 on Thursday, March 17 in L101 to go over the Induction Ceremony that will then take place on Wednesday, March 24 at 7pm in L101. You will also be receiving important information regarding the ceremony. The meeting should only take about 20-30 minutes. Please be sure to see Sra. Barbas if you have any conflicts.

STUDENTS: On Tuesday, March 22nd we will have a one hour advisory
  • Freshmen & Sophomores will be going to their advisory to participate in a social media presentation.
  • Juniors will go to their advisory to do ACT pre-bubbling.
  • Seniors will go to the auditorium to see a presentation about teen dating violence.
Please make sure you know your advisory room number so you can report quickly to your advisory.

JUNIORS AND SENIORS: COLLEGE PANEL WEEK IS HERE! We have over 50 colleges visiting. This is a great opportunity to hear from numerous colleges in one period. Juniors, are you starting your college search? Learn about colleges by hearing from the college representatives. They are the experts! Here are just a few schools coming today and tomorrow: Miami of Ohio, Marquette, Eastern Illinois, University of Illinois at Chicago, DePaul, Michigan State, University of Iowa, and so many more.

Students are welcome to come any and all periods. However, if you have a class, you must first get signed permission from your teacher. Pick up a college panel pass from the CRC. Check your email and also the passes for the full schedule of college participants.

TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2016

Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride.The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

STUDENTS: Students who filled out a survey for Dr. Haugan called "Students of Maine West" are meeting this Friday during first period in H106. There is an email with information waiting for you from Dr. Haugan, so please check today for more details. Again, our meeting is first period on Friday in H106.

STUDENTS: Do you LOVE Maine West? Are you filled with school spirit? Do you bleed Blue and Gold? We are looking for our next Maine West Warrior. If you are ready to lead our student body and sports teams into a frenzy at assemblies and games we want you. There will be a brief informational meeting this Wednesday March 16th at 3:20 in the Dance studio. If you can not make the meeting, please see Mrs. Jacob. Get your school spirit on and come check out what it means to be the Warrior.

STUDENTS: Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.

JUNIORS: Enter the Dollars for Scholars Raffle for a chance to win our Junior Prom Prize #14 valued at $200 that includes two tickets, a dinner certificate, a manicure, flowers and even a car wash! Tickets are available in the bookstore for only $1.00 each or 6 for $5. A winner will be drawn on April 6th.

AP STUDENTS: Registration to take your AP tests is underway and the deadline is fast approaching. The deadline to sign up to take your AP tests is on Friday, March 18th. Please go to the bookstore to pay and collect the AP information booklet. Please remember that any registrations after the deadline will include a late fee of $45 per test.

PI SIGMA PI: Pi Sigma Pi is taking a field trip to BAPS Hindu Temple this Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 to 1:30. Bring cash for lunch. Please return your permission slip to Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson by this Friday if you would like to come. A digital copy of the permission slip is available on the PSP Facebook page or see us if want a paper copy.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: There will be a MANDATORY meeting after school at 3:20 on Thursday, March 17 in L101 to go over the Induction Ceremony that will then take place on Wednesday, March 24 at 7pm in L101. You will also be receiving important information regarding the ceremony. The meeting should only take about 20-30 minutes. Please be sure to see Sra. Barbas if you have any conflicts.

STUDENTS: On Tuesday, March 22nd we will have a one hour advisory
  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors You will be going to your advisories. Please make sure to know your advisory room number so you can report quickly to your advisories. 
  • Seniors you will be going to the auditorium. 
  • Freshmen and sophomores you will participate in a Social Media Presentation.
  • Juniors you will be doing the ACT pre-bubbling. 
  • Seniors you will participate in a presentation about teen dating violence. 
JUNIORS AND SENIORS: COLLEGE PANEL WEEK IS HERE! We have over 50 colleges visiting. This is a great opportunity to hear from numerous colleges in one period. Juniors, are you starting your college search? Learn about colleges by hearing from the college representatives. They are the experts! Here are just a few schools coming today and tomorrow:
Miami of Ohio, Marquette, Eastern Illinois, University of Illinois at Chicago, DePaul, Michigan State, University of Iowa, and so many more.

Students are welcome to come any and all periods. However, if you have a class, you must first get signed permission from your teacher. Pick up a college panel pass from the CRC. Check your email and also the passes for the full schedule of college participants.

MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2016



Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase. The third drawing has been extended by one week. This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride.The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize


STUDENTS:  Capitol Forum is a small group of sophomore students dedicated to changing the world and getting people to recognize the importance of human rights. This year, they will be teaming up with Infant Inc. and The Well of Mercy to donate new and used baby clothing and other essentials to 50 locations around Chicago. These items include onesies, sleepers, hats, socks (0-12 months), receiving blankets and new bottles. These items would strongly benefit many families in need with small children. Team Up for Tots runs March 14-24. Bring items to C215 and contact Ms. Littlefield Lanham for more information.
JUNIORS:    Enter the Dollars for Scholars Raffle for a chance to win our Junior Prom Prize #14 valued at $200 that includes two tickets, a dinner certificate, a manicure, flowers and even a car wash! Tickets are available in the bookstore for only $1.00 each or 6 for $5. A winner will be drawn on April 6th.

AP STUDENTS: Registration to take your AP tests is underway and the deadline is fast approaching. The deadline to sign up to take your AP tests is on Friday, March 18th. Please go to the bookstore to pay and collect the AP information booklet. Please remember that any registrations after the deadline will include a late fee of $45 per test.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS: The sixth and final IML math contest is on Tuesday, March 15 in room A201. Anyone interested in math and challenging problems is encouraged to attend. You can start any time between 6:45 AM and 7:10 AM. You will have 30 minutes to work on the problems once you begin. If you have questions about the IML contest ask your math teacher.

SENIORS: If you are going to GradNite, it is time to pay for the rest of the trip. Only $25 more left to pay before you can ride coasters with your best friends. You must pay by March 15th and also turn in your signed field trip form in the bookstore.

SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: There will be a MANDATORY meeting after school at 3:20 on Thursday, March 17 in L101 to go over the Induction Ceremony that will then take place on Wednesday, March 24 at 7pm in L101. You will also be receiving important information regarding the ceremony. The meeting should only take about 20-30 minutes. Please be sure to see Sra. Barbas if you have any conflicts.

JUNIORS & SENIORS: Next week is COLLEGE PANEL WEEK! We have over 50 colleges visiting. This is a great opportunity to hear from numerous colleges in one period. Juniors, are you starting your college search? Learn about colleges by hearing from the college representatives. They are the experts! Students are welcome to come to any and all periods. However, if you have a class, you must first get signed permission from your teacher. Pick up a college panel pass from the CRC. Check your email and also the passes for the full schedule of college participants.

JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  It is COLLEGE PANEL WEEK! We will have over 50 colleges visiting over the next three days. This is a great opportunity to hear from numerous colleges in one period. Juniors, are you starting your college search? Learn about colleges by hearing from the college representatives. They are the experts! Students are welcome to come any and all periods. However, if you have a class, you must first get signed permission from your teacher. Pick up a college panel pass from the CRC. Check your email and also the passes for the full schedule of college participants.


Our FAFSA Challenge winners for last week are Bonita Rodriguez, Fernando Jimenez, Mark Chavez, Dorothy Calba, Linda Vargas, Dimitar Popov, Adriana Velasco, Yuliana Martinez, and Haripriya Mehta. Congratulations! Please come to the CRC to claim your prize.

FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016


Keep EARNING and dropping your Warrior Bucks in the drop box located at the top of the main entrance staircase.  The third drawing has been extended by one week.  This drawing is for a 32" 1080 HD Flat Panel Visio TV donated by Warrior Pride.The drawing will be live at the assembly on Thursday, March 24th.

We will have one more drawing 4th quarter and a second chance drawing at the end of the year when all Warrior Bucks that have been put in the drop box throughout the year will have a second chance at earning a prize

AP STUDENTS:  Registration to take your AP tests is underway and the deadline is fast approaching. The deadline to sign up to take your AP tests is on Friday, March 18th. Please go to the bookstore to pay and collect the AP information booklet. Please remember that any registrations after the deadline will include a late fee of $45 per test.

STUDENTS: If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online at tinyurl.com/WesternerApp.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

STUDENTS:  The sixth and final IML math contest is on Tuesday, March 15 in room A201. Anyone interested in math and challenging problems is encouraged to attend. You can start any time between 6:45 AM and 7:10 AM.  You will have 30 minutes to work on the problems once you begin. If you have questions about the IML contest ask your math teacher.

SENIORS:   If you are going to GradNite, it is time to pay for the rest of the trip. Only $25 more left to pay before you can ride coasters with your best friends. You must pay by March 15th and also turn in your signed field trip form in the bookstore.

JUNIORS & SENIORS: Next week is COLLEGE PANEL WEEK! We have over 50 colleges visiting. This is a great opportunity to hear from numerous colleges in one period. Juniors, are you starting your college search? Learn about colleges by hearing from the college representatives. They are the experts! Students are welcome to come to any and all periods. However, if you have a class, you must first get signed permission from your teacher. Pick up a college panel pass from the CRC. Check your email and also the passes for the full schedule of college participants.

THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2016

STUDENTS: The Maine West Dance Company presents Evolution Orchesis. Come see this amazing show today at 4pm and Friday, March 11 and Saturday, March 12 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $7.00 and $5.00 for students. You don't want to miss the AMAZING show.

STUDENTS: If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online at tinyurl.com/WesternerApp.

STUDENTS: Do you like helping others? Are you considering becoming a teacher in the future? Do you want to make the world a better place? Then become a COACH tutor. Come to the COACH informational meeting TODAY at 3:20 in L101 to find out more. Be a hero. Be a tutor.

STUDENTS: If you are looking for a summer job, the district is accepting applications for new and returning summer tutors. These are part-time paid positions working with kids. Great for future teachers, tutors, pediatricians, social workers, psychologists, ministers, coaches, or even those who like to work in parks and recreation. Go to the Maine West webpage for more information and to apply. Applications are taken until March 29th.

SENIORS: If you are going to GradNite, it is time to pay for the rest of the trip. Only $25 more left to pay before you can ride coasters with your best friends. You must pay by March 15th and also turn in your signed field trip form in the bookstore.

ANIME CLUB: We will meet today after school in room D105. Come one, come all... and bring a friend. See Mr. Kermend with any questions.

UKULELE CLUB: If you play the Ukulele and are interesting in getting together with other Ukulele enthusiasts to play and listen to music, then Ukulele Club is the place for you. Come to the meeting in H104 this Friday, March 11th at 7:10 in the morning.

PI SIGMA PI AND INDO-PAK CLUB: Sigma Pi and Indo-Pak Club will be sponsoring a trip to BAPS Hindu Temple and an Indian restaurant on Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. The trip is free but participants should bring $15 to $20 for lunch. See Mrs. Hendrickson or McClure for a permission slip or e-mail for a digital copy. Return permission slips to Mrs. Hendrickson or Mr. McClure by Thursday, March 10 to guarantee a spot. After that day spaces will be opened up to World Cultures Students.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 2016

STUDENTS: The Maine West Dance Company presents Evolution Orchesis. Come see this amazing show on Thursday, March 10 at 4pm and Friday, March 11 and Saturday, March 12 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $7.00 and $5.00 for students. You don't want to miss the AMAZING show.

STUDENTS: If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online at tinyurl.com/WesternerApp.

SENIORS: If you are going to GradNite, it is time to pay for the rest of the trip. Only $25 more left to pay before you can ride coasters with your best friends. You must pay by March 15th and also turn in your signed field trip form in the bookstore.

UKULELE CLUB: If you play the Ukulele and are interesting in getting together with other Ukulele enthusiasts to play and listen to music, then Ukulele Club is the place for you. Come to the meeting in H104 this Friday, March 11th at 7:10 in the morning.

PI SIGMA PI AND INDO-PAK CLUB: Sigma Pi and Indo-Pak Club will be sponsoring a trip to BAPS Hindu Temple and an Indian restaurant on Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. The trip is free but participants should bring $15 to $20 for lunch. See Mrs. Hendrickson or McClure for a permission slip or e-mail for a digital copy. Return permission slips to Mrs. Hendrickson or Mr. McClure by Thursday, March 10 to guarantee a spot. After that day spaces will be opened up to World Cultures Students.

VOICE FOR THE NAMELESS: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, just to name a few of the platforms of social media. The world of communication has been revolutionized by social media and that impact has also been felt in human rights work. Social media can mobilize large numbers of people in a short amount of time to rise up and take action for a cause. It has been the focus of government action in some countries to shut it down. Come and learn more about the use and impact of social media on human rights this Thursday at the Voice for the Nameless meeting at 7:00 am in H106. Food is provided.

TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2016


CONGRATULATIONS:  David Joseph in the LRC, Kasia Szwedo in the Photo lab and Luz Trejo in ESL are just some of the outstanding tutors who can help you in COACH. COACH tutors are available before and after school every day to help in any subject. Would you like to be a COACH tutor? Then come to the COACH informational meeting on Thursday, March 10 at 3:20 pm in L101.

STUDENTS: For almost 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from Maine West events to student talents to national and global issues. The award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world, whether it is the orchesis show or the spring play, the basketball team or the math team, the presidential election or climate change, the dominance of Netflix or the reality of the gender gap. If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online at tinyurl.com/WesternerApp.

STUDENTS: Calling all those who are told they have a 'face for radio.' WMTH is looking for after school DJs. This is your chance to be on the air between 3:15 and 5 pm on Mondays after school. Visit Mr. Shaphren or Maddie Kulbersh in R209 for more information and an application.

SENIORS: If you are going to GradNite, it is time to pay for the rest of the trip. Only $25 more left to pay before you can ride coasters with your best friends. You must pay by March 15th and also turn in your signed field trip form in the bookstore.

UKULELE CLUB: If you play the Ukulele and are interesting in getting together with other Ukulele enthusiasts to play and listen to music, then Ukulele Club is the place for you. Come to the meeting in H104 this Friday, March 11th at 7:10 in the morning.

PI SIGMA PI AND INDO-PAK CLUB: Sigma Pi and Indo-Pak Club will be sponsoring a trip to BAPS Hindu Temple and an Indian restaurant on Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. The trip is free but participants should bring $15 to $20 for lunch. See Mrs. Hendrickson or McClure for a permission slip or e-mail for a digital copy. Return permission slips to Mrs. Hendrickson or Mr. McClure by Thursday, March 10 to guarantee a spot. After that day spaces will be opened up to World Cultures Students.

VOICE FOR THE NAMELESS:  Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, just to name a few of the platforms of social media. The world of communication has been revolutionized by social media and that impact has also been felt in human rights work. Social media can mobilize large numbers of people in a short amount of time to rise up and take action for a cause. It has been the focus of government action in some countries to shut it down. Come and learn more about the use and impact of social media on human rights this Thursday at the Voice for the Nameless meeting at 7:00 am in H106. Food is provided.

MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2016

STUDENTS: For almost 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from Maine West events to student talents to national and global issues. The award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world, whether it is the orchesis show or the spring play, the basketball team or the math team, the presidential election or climate change, the dominance of Netflix or the reality of the gender gap. If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online attinyurl.com/WesternerApp.

STUDENTS: Calling all those who are told they have a 'face for radio.' WMTH is looking for after school DJs. This is your chance to be on the air between 3:15 and 5 pm on Mondays after school. Visit Mr. Shaphren or Maddie Kulbersh in R209 for more information and an application.

SOPHOMORES: We are having a class council meeting Tuesday, March 8th at 7:00 am in A114.

SENIORS: Final Payment for Grad Nite is March 15. Please make your final payment and turn in your filed trip form by March 15 in the bookstore.

UKULELE CLUB:  If you play the Ukulele and are interesting in getting together with other Ukulele enthusiasts to play and listen to music, then Ukulele Club is the place for you. Come to the meeting in H104 this Friday, March 11th at 7:10 in the morning.

PI SIGMA PI AND INDO-PAK CLUB: Sigma Pi and Indo-Pak Club will be sponsoring a trip to BAPS Hindu Temple and an Indian restaurant on Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. The trip is free but participants should bring $15 to $20 for lunch. See Mrs. Hendrickson or McClure for a permission slip or e-mail for a digital copy. Return permission slips to Mrs. Hendrickson or Mr. McClure by Thursday, March 10 to guarantee a spot. After that day spaces will be opened up to World Cultures Students.

FRIDAY, MARCH, 4, 2016


STUDENTS: For almost 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from Maine West events to student talents to national and global issues. The award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world, whether it is the orchesis show or the spring play, the basketball team or the math team, the presidential election or climate change, the dominance of Netflix or the reality of the gender gap. If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online attinyurl.com/WesternerApp.

STUDENTS: Sign up for the "Teaching the Young Child" summer school internship. Gain hands on experience while working on site at an elementary or middle school. You can choose your grade level and subject preference. There is a limited amount of spots, so please don't delay. If you have any questions please email or stop and see Mrs. Archer in D120.

STUDENTS: Calling all those who are told they have a 'face for radio.' WMTH is looking for after school DJs. This is your chance to be on the air between 3:15 and 5 pm on Mondays after school. Visit Mr. Shaphren or Maddie Kulbersh in R-209 for more information and an application.

MOVIE CLUB: Movie Club is meeting after school today in L101. We will be showing Spectre, the latest from the James Bond series.

SOPHOMORES: We are having a class council meeting Tuesday, March 8th at 7:00 am in A114.

SENIORS: Final Payment for Grad Nite is March 15. Please make your final payment and turn in your filed trip form by March 15 in the bookstore.

PI SIGMA PI AND INDO-PAK CLUB: Sigma Pi and Indo-Pak Club will be sponsoring a trip to BAPS Hindu Temple and an Indian restaurant on Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. The trip is free but participants should bring $15 to $20 for lunch. See Mrs. Hendrickson or McClure for a permission slip or e-mail for a digital copy. Return permission slips to Mrs. Hendrickson or Mr. McClure by Thursday, March 10 to guarantee a spot. After that day spaces will be opened up to World Cultures Students.

THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2016

STUDENTS:  For almost 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from Maine West events to student talents to national and global issues. The award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world, whether it is the orchesis show or the spring play, the basketball team or the math team, the presidential election or climate change, the dominance of Netflix or the reality of the gender gap. If you would like to help lead the school and be a part of next year's Westerner staff, applications are due March 14 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. You can get an application in the Westerner office -- A200 -- or online at tinyurl.com/WesternerApp.
STUDENTS: Any student interested in signing up for summer school driver education can still do so in the main office. Registration closes March 4th.

STUDENTS: Sign up for the "Teaching the Young Child" summer school internship. Gain hands on experience while working on site at an elementary or middle school. You can choose your grade level and subject preference. There is a limited amount of spots, so please don't delay. If you have any questions please email or stop and see Mrs. Archer in D120.

STUDENTS: Do you have what it takes to be a model? Come to our Maine West Model search today after school in the Little Theater (L101) where you will be auditioning to model either a tuxedo or prom dress in the Maine West fashion show.

STUDENTS:  Calling all those who are told they have a 'face for radio.' WMTH is looking for after school DJs. This is your chance to be on the air between 3:15 and 5 pm on Mondays after school. Visit Mr. Shaphren or Maddie Kulbersh in R-209 for more information and an application.

KEY CLUB: Key club will be voting for officers on Friday morning at 7:00 am in room L101.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie Club is meeting after school on Friday, March 4th in L101. We will be showing Spectre, the latest from the James Bond series. 

SOPHOMORES:  We are having a class council meeting Tuesday, March 8th at 7:00 am in A114.

SENIORS:  Final Payment for Grad Nite is March 15. Please make your final payment and turn in your filed trip form by March 15 in the bookstore.

PI SIGMA PI AND INDO-PAK CLUB: Sigma Pi and Indo-Pak Club will be sponsoring a trip to BAPS Hindu Temple and an Indian restaurant on Saturday, March 19 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. The trip is free but participants should bring $15 to $20 for lunch. See Mrs. Hendrickson or McClure for a permission slip or e-mail for a digital copy. Return permission slips to Mrs. Hendrickson or Mr. McClure by Thursday, March 10 to guarantee a spot. After that day spaces will be opened up to World Cultures Students.

STUDENTS: We will have two visitors in the CRC today. The US Marines will be here during 6th and 7th periods. Also, St. Augustine College will be here during 6th period.

Seniors, today is Financial Aid Thursday in the CRC. Come in to ask questions about your FAFSA and paying for college.

Our FAFSA challenge winners this week are Pushti Patel, Syed Tabish, Joseph Gutstadt,
Richa Patel, Aby Thomas, Regon Cager, Sean Palmer, and Nayab Tareen. Congratulations! Please come to the CRC to claim your prize.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 2016

STUDENTS: Any student interested in signing up for summer school driver education can still do so in the main office. Registration closes March 4th. Classes fill quickly.

STUDENTS: Sign up for the "Teaching the Young Child" summer school internship. Gain hands on experience while working on site at an elementary or middle school. You can choose your grade level and subject preference. There is a limited amount of spots, so please don't delay. If you have any questions please email or stop and see Mrs. Archer in D120.

STUDENTS: Do you have what it takes to be a model? Come to our Maine West Model search this Thursday, March 3 after school in the Little Theater (L101) where you will be auditioning to model either a tuxedo or prom dress in the Maine West fashion show.

FRESHMAN BOYS BASEBALL: We will have try-outs today from 3:15-6 pm in B-wing Gym. Make sure physical is up to date.  If you played a sport in the fall or spring, you must register online through the athletic webpage. Any questions, see coach Aguirre in B-209.

SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS: There will be a meeting today after school or Thursday before school to plan for the International Festival in April. Please attend one of the meetings.

ASIAN CLUB: Calling all anime fans, kpop fans or people who just love eating Asian food. Asian Club will be meeting today after school in Room C217. We will be watching anime, eating ramen and making Chinese paper lanterns.

IT'S A STITCH: It's a stitch will meet today after school.

KEY CLUB: Key club will be voting for officers on Friday morning at 7:00 am in room L101.

STUDENTS: Seniors, don't forget that Thursdays are Financial Aid Days in the CRC. Come in to ask questions about your FAFSA and paying for college.