FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017

Image result for ronald mcdonald house pop tabsMaine Township is on a mission to collect two million pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities. We need your help and it's pretty easy, Drink your soda, Pull the tab off, Drop it in a bin around Maine West. Remember Drink. Pull. Drop.













The presidential inauguration today has provoked strong feelings from students of all political beliefs. Locally and in Washington DC, Maine West students are using this historic moment to make their voices heard. Using Instagram, the Westerner @mwwesterner will be telling the story of today's inauguration through the eyes of Maine West students who are going to Washington DC to see Donald Trump become president. You'll be able to see what it's like to be in the capital for this change of power. Then, tomorrow, other Maine West students will be marching in Washington DC to protest Trump's policies on immigration, religious freedom, women's rights, education and heath care, as part of more than 200,000 people participating in the Women's March on Washington. You will be able to experience the protest and see the march unfold through the Westerner Instagram @mwwesterner. The Westerner will be reporting, too, from the Chicago protests tomorrow. See history in the making and join in the conversation by following the Westerner @mwwesterner on Instagram and Twitter. Don't wait! Get out your phones and follow @mwwesterner now!
SOPHOMORE STUDENTS:  If you are interested in applying for the Junior Leader program, the active link to apply is on the Maine West Physical Education webpage. All applications must be submitted by Tuesday, January 31.

JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL:  It is time to start talking prom. We will start Tuesday morning at 7:10 am in room A114. Bring your ideas and your work attitude. We will also take our yearbook photo.

STUDENTS:  Do you have 6th or 7th period free?  Do you have a half period that's boring?  Get on the air live with WMTH radio.  Stop by R209 to get a radio application and you can DJ your own radio show.  See you on the radio!

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is quickly approaching.  The dance is on Saturday February 4th. This week only, tickets to the dance are on sale for $15. Next week, tickets will cost $20 and at the door they will cost $25. You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

STUDENTS:  "Student of the Quarter" pictures will be taken today at 2:45 pm in the auditorium.

STUDENTS:  The Fitness Center will be open in the morning from 6am to 7:30am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  It will be open in the afternoon from 3:30-5pm on Mondays and Thursdays from January 17th until March 17th due to the start of the indoor track season.

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, the after school hours in the fitness center will be for athletes with a coach and open use of the facility will be in the mornings.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong intramurals will be starting up Monday, January 23 in Room H106 from 3:30pm-5:30pm. No experience needed. Equipment provided.


COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS




SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on February 18th, volunteer sheets are in C102. We need help with team buddies, concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.