WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Related imageThe pull tab containers are filling up in the student cafe.  Our goal is a million tabs.  Drink. Pull. Drop.

Let's kick off February with a flannel Friday.  Wear your favorite flannel on Friday.

STUDENTS: If you missed out on the Flamin Cheetos Popcorn Seasoning, it will be back Thursday. Come give it a try before it sells out. It is a HOT item so get it now. 1 Box for $2.00 or 2 Box for $3.00.  Or get your usual popcorn and seasoning with a Giant Freezepop for $1.00 each.

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is Saturday, February 4.  Tickets are $20 and $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

JUNIORS:  If you registered for the SAT prep courses at Maine West, the SAT Success prep courses will begin Monday February 13th. The rosters are now posted in the Student Services Department with room assignments.

SENIORS:  If you ordered a senior t-shirt, they have arrived and are ready for pick up in the bookstore.

ANIME CLUB:  Anime Club will meet Thursday in room D105 after school.  See Mr. Kermend with any questions.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

JUNIORS:  Tonight is College Planning Night at 7 pm in the Maine West auditorium. This event is for all juniors and their parents. Get tips and insights into the college planning process. The time to start is now.

Top 3 Reasons for Junior Families to Attend:

3. High school doesn't last forever - your college clock is ticking.
2. It's time to start the college search process and you'd like some help.
1. You need to relieve your anxiety about college planning and know this evening is a perfect
     opportunity to get the process started.

SENIORS: Applications for our very own Maine West Scholarship Fund and Oakton Scholarships are now available in the CRC and on the Student Services website. If you plan on attending any post-secondary school in the fall after graduation, we encourage you to apply. All applications are due back by March 16th. If you have questions, email Mrs. Rey or Mr. Ebrahimi.

SENIORS:  Thursday is Financial Aid Day in the CRC. Come meet with the FAFSA expert.

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.

Any boy interested in playing on the tennis team this spring should attend an informational meeting today after school in B113. We will relay information pertinent to the start of the season.  It is critical that all players attend.  Please see Coach Swistak in B113 before Wednesday if you have a conflict.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2017


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The pull tab containers are filling up in the student cafe.  Our goal is a million tabs.  Drink. Pull. Drop.

Flannel Fridays are back for the month of February.  Hope to see your school spirit starting this Friday.

STUDENTS:  If you are interested in helping out with the school-wide fundraiser in any way, come to L101 after school today. Anyone who would like to help raise funds and organize events to help St. Baldrick's cure childhood cancer, stop by.

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is Saturday, February 4.  Tickets are $20 and $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

JUNIORS:  If you registered for the SAT prep courses at Maine West, the SAT Success prep courses will begin Monday February 13th. The rosters are now posted in the Student Services Department with room assignments.

ANIME CLUB:  Anime Club will meet this Thursday in room D105 after school.  See Mr. Kermend with any questions.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

SENIORS: Applications for our very own Maine West Scholarship Fund and Oakton Scholarships are now available in the CRC and on the Student Services website. If you plan on attending any post-secondary school in the fall after graduation, we encourage you to apply. All applications are due back by March 16th. If you have questions, email Mrs. Rey or Mr. Ebrahimi.

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.

Boys interested in playing baseball this spring, there will be an informational meeting today after school in B211. Have any questions, or cannot attend, look for coach Aguirre for more information.

Any boy interested in playing on the tennis team this spring should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday after school in B113. We will relay information pertinent to the start of the season.  It is critical that all players attend.  Please see Coach Swistak in B113 before Wednesday if you have a conflict.


MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2017




Become part of the challenge and help us make a difference. Our goal is one million pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House charities. Our goal for the district is two million pull tabs, no one has ever reached that goal. There are collection containers around the school, remember to Drink. Pull. Drop. and together we will reach two million.


STUDENTS:  If you are interested in helping out with the school-wide fundraiser in any way, come to L101 after school on Tuesday. Anyone who would like to help raise funds and organize events to help St. Baldrick's cure childhood cancer, stop by.

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is Saturday, February 4.  Tickets now cost $20 and will cost $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

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.

JUNIORS:  If you registered for the SAT prep courses at Maine West, the SAT Success prep courses will begin Monday February 13th. The rosters are now posted in the Student Services Department with room assignments.

HISPANIC STUDENT CLUB: Hispanic Student Club is selling candy to generate money for our scholarship fund. We are selling spicy lollipops, chocolate covered marshmallow, mini-strawberry and vanilla custard or mini-chocolate and vanilla custard. Candy imported from Mexico and taste so good. Get them while they last.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong today after school in H106 from 3:30-5:30 pm.  No experience necessary.  All equipment provided.  All skill levels welcome.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

SENIORS:  Applications for our very own Maine West Scholarship Fund and Oakton Scholarships are now available in the CRC and on the Student Services website. If you plan on attending any post-secondary school in the fall after graduation, we encourage you to apply. All applications are due back by March 16th. If you have questions, email Mrs. Rey or Mr. Ebrahimi.

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.

Boys interested in playing baseball this spring, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday after school in B211. Have any questions, or cannot attend, look for coach Aguirre for more information.

Any boy interested in playing on the tennis team this spring should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday after school in B113. We will relay information pertinent to the start of the season.  It is critical that all players attend.  Please see Coach Swistak in B113 before Wednesday if you have a conflict.



FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

Become part of the challenge and help us make a difference. Our goal is one million pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House charities. Our goal for the district is two million pull tabs, no one has ever reached that goal. There are collection containers around the school, remember to Drink. Pull. Drop. and together we will reach two million.




STUDENTS:  The winter formal is quickly approaching.  Tickets cost $20 and will cost $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

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.

JUNIORS:  If you registered for the SAT prep courses at Maine West, the SAT Success prep courses will begin Monday February 13th. The rosters are now posted in the Student Services Department with room assignments. Also, please remember you will have to come Saturday January 28th for the pre-test.

HISPANIC STUDENT CLUB: Hispanic Student Club is selling candy to generate money for our scholarship fund. We are selling spicy lollipops, chocolate covered marshmallow, mini-strawberry and vanilla custard or mini-chocolate and vanilla custard. Candy imported from Mexico and taste so good. Get them while they last.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

SENIORS:  Applications for our very own Maine West Scholarship Fund and Oakton Scholarships are now available in the CRC and on the Student Services website. If you plan on attending any post-secondary school in the fall after graduation, we encourage you to apply. All applications are due back by March 16th. If you have questions, email Mrs. Rey or Mr. Ebrahimi.

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.

Boys interested in playing baseball this spring, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday after school in B211. Have any questions, or cannot attend, look for coach Aguirre for more information.

Any boy interested in playing on the tennis team this spring should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday after school in B113. We will relay information pertinent to the start of the season.  It is critical that all players attend.  Please see Coach Swistak in B113 before Wednesday if you have a conflict.




THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017




Become part of the challenge and help us make a difference. Our goal is one million pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House charities. Our goal for the district is two million pull tabs, no one has ever reached that goal. There are collection containers around the school, remember to Drink. Pull. Drop. and together we will reach two million.


Congratulations to the 30 Maine West DECA members who competed at the North Suburban DECA regional competition in Rosemont on Tuesday. We especially want to recognize the following students who were overall winners in their events: Olena Andrushko, Sanchita Chakraborty, Caty Buchaniec, Miljana Djurovic, Dara Kovacheva, Runal Patel and Anastasiya Sahayda. Way to go, Maine West DECA.

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is quickly approaching.  Tickets cost $20 and will cost $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

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.

JUNIORS:  If you registered for the SAT prep courses at Maine West, the SAT Success prep courses will begin Monday February 13th. The rosters are now posted in the Student Services Department with room assignments. Also, please remember you will have to come Saturday January 28th for the pre-test.

FASHION & COSMETOLOGY CLUB:  We will meet today after school in room C108. We will be making choker necklaces. Come join us as we make one of this season's hottest accessories. All supplies will be provided.

IT'S A STITCH:  We will meet today after school in room A114.


COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Today is Financial Aid Day in the CRC. Come meet with the FAFSA specialist and get your questions answered regarding paying for college. Complete your FAFSA, review your award letters, search for scholarships and more.

SENIORS:  Applications for our very own Maine West Scholarship Fund and Oakton Scholarships are now available in the CRC and on the Student Services website. If you plan on attending any post-secondary school in the fall after graduation, we encourage you to apply. All applications are due back by March 16th. If you have questions, email Mrs. Rey or Mr. Ebrahimi.

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.

Help our girls' basketball team get the coverage they deserve. CSN is conducting a poll to see what girls' game they will cover this Friday night. Check your email to cast your vote on Twitter by 4:00 today, so we can see Warrior highlights on Friday night.  Tomorrow's game is a pack-the-place event, and the theme is Hawaiian night. Get your Hawaiian shirts out and come and support our girls' basketball team in their effort to win Conference.






WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017


Image result for ronald mcdonald house pop tabsBecome part of the challenge and help us make a difference. Our goal is one million pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House charities. Our goal for the district is two million pull tabs, no one has ever reached that goal. There are collection containers around the school, remember to
Drink. Pull. Drop. and together we will reach two million.



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.

FASHION & COSMETOLOGY CLUB:  We will be meeting Thursday after school in room C108. We will be making choker necklaces. Come join us as we make one of this season's hottest accessories. All supplies will be provided.

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.  Tickets cost $20 and will cost $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

IT'S A STITCH:  We will meet Thursday after school in room A114.

POLISH CLUB:  Please note the change in classroom for today's meeting. We will meet in H101 at 3:20 pm. See Mrs. Hiselman if you have questions.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday is Financial Aid Day in the CRC. Come meet with the FAFSA specialist and get your questions answered regarding paying for college. Complete your FAFSA, review your award letters, search for scholarships and more.


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.




TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017

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Become part of the challenge and help us make a difference. Our goal is one million pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House charities. Our goal for the district is two million pull tabs, no one has ever reached that goal. There are collection containers around the school, remember to
Drink. Pull. Drop. and together we will reach two million.


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.

FASHION & COSMETOLOGY CLUB:  We will be meeting Thursday after school in room C108. We will be making choker necklaces. Come join us as we make one of this season's hottest accessories. All supplies will be provided.

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.  Tickets will cost $20 this week and will cost $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

The US Navy will be in the CRC today during 5th and 6th periods.  Also, a reminder that Thursday is Financial Aid Day in the CRC. Come meet with the FAFSA specialist and get your questions answered regarding paying for college. Complete your FAFSA, review your award letters, search for scholarships and more.


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.

There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing BADMINTON today after school in A209. Information about registration, physicals and tryouts will be shared with all who attend. Meeting begins at 3:20 and will last 10 minutes. Contact Mr. Murin if you cannot attend.




MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 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.









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.

DECA members: Our regional competition is tomorrow. Please be in the bus concourse at 6:45 a.m. dressed in formal business attire. If you have not turned in your field trip form, your last chance to turn it into Mrs. Mazanowski is today.
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.  Tickets will cost $20 this week and will cost $25 at the door.  You must present a different ID for each ticket purchased.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong intramurals start today in Room H106 from 3:30pm-5:30pm. No experience needed. Equipment provided.


COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

The US Navy will be in the CRC tomorrow during 5th and 6th periods.


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.

There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing BADMINTON this year on Tuesday after school in A-209. Information about registration, physicals and tryouts will be shared with all who attend. Meeting begins at 3:20 and will last 10 minutes. Contact Mr. Murin if you cannot attend.





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.



THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 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.







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.

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 Friday 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:  If you are interested in playing ping pong, please come to room H106 on Monday, January 23 starting at 3:30 pm.  No experience necessary.  All skills levels welcome.  Equipment provided.

IT'S A STITCH:  It's A Stitch is cancelled today.  We will meet next Thursday after school.

PI SIGMA PI:  The field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is this Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. We will meet in the bus concourse. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. Permission slips must be turned into Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson by the end of the day TODAY. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

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.




WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2017

  How many pop tabs can Maine West raise?Maine 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.







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.

STUDENTS:  Do you have 6th or 7th period free?  Do you have a half period that's too 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.

DECA MEMBERS:  There is a MANDATORY meeting on Thursday, January 19 at 7:00 a.m. in D102. We will be going over details for our upcoming regional competition. Please arrive by 7:00 a.m. on Thursday so you do not miss any important information.

STUDENTS:  Friday, January 20 "Student of the Quarter" pictures will be taken 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:  If you are interested in playing ping pong, please come to room H106 on Monday, January 23 starting at 3:30 pm.  No experience necessary.  All skills levels welcome.  Equipment provided.

IT'S A STITCH:  It's A Stitch will meet Thursday after school in room A114.

MIDDLE EASTERN CLUB:  This is a reminder that we have a meeting after school today in the family center.

PI SIGMA PI:  The field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is this Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. We will meet in the bus concourse. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. Permission slips must be turned into Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson by the end of the day Thursday, January 19. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS


SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS


TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2017

How many pop tabs can Maine West raise? Maine 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.


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.

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.

PI SIGMA PI:  Today is the last day to order your Pi Sigma Pi shirt in the bookstore.  Our field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

DECA MEMBERS:  There is a MANDATORY meeting on Thursday, January 19 at 7:00 a.m. in D102. We will be going over details for our upcoming regional competition. Please arrive by 7:00 a.m. on Thursday so you do not miss any important information.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  Student Council will meet Tuesday in A201 at 7:10 am. We will be discussing the Winter Formal dance.

STUDENTS:  Friday, January 20 "Student of the Quarter" pictures will be taken 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:  If you are interested in playing ping pong, please come to room H106 on Monday, January 23 starting at 3:30 pm.  No experience necessary.  All skills levels welcome.  Equipment provided.

IT'S A STITCH:  It's A Stitch will meet Thursday after school in room A114.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS


SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD:  Girls track and field begins Tuesday, January 17 at 3:30 pm in the pit. Any girl interested must complete the registration via the Maine West Athletic webpage.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD:  Boys track practice starts today after school at the indoor track.  All athletes must register on the Athletic Department web-site before they start practicing.  See Coach Trotter in B207 during the school day if you have questions.

This weekend Maine West sent 4 bowlers to the IHSA Boy's Regional competition. Dan Nach, Kyle Roscoe, Joey Spenk and Matt Unverricht represented our school very well against some extremely tough competitors. Two of the bowlers, Kyle and Joey, bowled well enough to advance to the sectional competition this coming Saturday. Congratulations to all of them and good luck to those moving on.

Congratulations to our Warrior Coed Cheerleaders. This weekend they won first place at the Niles West Invitational. This is the second year in a row they have won this competition and it is the highest score they have earned all season.


FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017

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.

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is quickly approaching.  It is Saturday, February 4 from 7-10 pm. Tickets go on sale January 17 for the discounted price of $15.  The week of January 20 the tickets go up to $20.  Tickets can be purchased at the door for $25.

PI SIGMA PI:  Order your Pi Sigma Pi shirt in the bookstore by Tuesday, January 17. Short sleeve shirts are $13 and long sleeve are $16.  Our field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  Student Council will meet next Tuesday in A201 at 7:10 am. We will be discussing the Winter Formal dance.

STUDENTS:  Friday, January 20 "Student of the Quarter" pictures will be taken 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.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS


SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD:  Girls track and field begins Tuesday, January 17 at 3:30 pm in the pit. Any girl interested must complete the registration via the Maine West Athletic webpage.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD:  Indoor Boys Track and Field will start Tuesday, January 17. We will meet after school at the indoor track. Winter sport athletes may join the team at the conclusion of their winter sport season. See Coach Trotter during the school day in B-207 if you have any questions.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2017

STUDENTS:  Sign up for the winter blood drive in the student cafeteria.  16 and 17 year old students need a permission slip. Your donation can help the life of three people. What a great way to give back without spending a dime. See you Friday in B-Wing gym.

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.

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is quickly approaching.  It is Saturday, February 4 from 7-10 pm. Tickets go on sale January 17 for the discounted price of $15.  The week of January 20 the tickets go up to $20.  Tickets can be purchased at the door for $25.

PI SIGMA PI:  Order your Pi Sigma Pi shirt in the bookstore by Tuesday, January 17. Short sleeve shirts are $13 and long sleeve are $16.  Our field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

KEY CLUB:  Key club will meet on Friday at 7:00 am in room L101.

IT'S A STITCH:  It's a stitch will meet Thursday after school in room A114.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  Student Council will meet next Tuesday in A201 at 7:10 am. We will be discussing the Winter Formal dance.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS

It's FAFSA Thursday. A financial aid specialist will be in the CRC today from 2nd through 8th periods. Stop by to ask questions about paying for college and financial aid, get help completing your FAFSA, do a scholarship search or discuss your award letters. Find out about paying for college.

Also, a Maine West graduate who is currently attending University of Iowa will be here during 4th period to discuss his experiences and student life. Come learn more from the student perspective.
SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD:  Girls track and field begins Tuesday, January 17 at 3:30 pm in the pit. Any girl interested must complete the registration via the Maine West Athletic webpage.

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD:  Indoor Boys Track and Field will start Tuesday, January 17. We will meet after school at the indoor track. Winter sport athletes may join the team at the conclusion of their winter sport season. See Coach Trotter during the school day in B-207 if you have any questions.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017

STUDENTS:  The winter formal is right around the corner.  It is Saturday, February 4 from 7-10 pm in the spec gym.  Tickets go on sale January 17 for the discounted price of $15.  The week of January 20 the tickets go up to $20.  Tickets can be purchased at the door for $25.

PI SIGMA PI:  Order your Pi Sigma Pi shirt in the bookstore by Tuesday, January 17. Short sleeve shirts are $13 and long sleeve are $16.  Our field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS


SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls Track & Field season begins Tuesday, January 17th at 3:30 in the pit. Any girl interested must complete the registration via the Maine West Athletic webpage.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2017


STUDENTS:  The winter formal is right around the corner.  It is Saturday, February 4 from 7-10 pm in the spec gym.  Tickets go on sale January 17 for the discounted price of $15.  The week of January 20 the tickets go up to $20.  Tickets can be purchased at the door for $25.

PI SIGMA PI:  Order your Pi Sigma Pi shirt in the bookstore by Tuesday, January 17. Short sleeve shirts are $13 and long sleeve are $16.  Our field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.

DECA MEMBERS:  There will be mandatory testing for regional competition this Wednesday, January 11 from 7:15-8:30 a.m. in D102. Bring your fully charged Chromebook and your signed permission slip. Read the email from Mrs. Mazanowski for more information.

COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS


SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls Track & Field season begins Tuesday, January 17th at 3:30 in the pit. Any girl interested must complete the registration via the Maine West Athletic webpage.

MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2016

WELCOME BACK!

PI SIGMA PI:  Order your Pi Sigma Pi shirt in the bookstore by Tuesday, January 17. Short sleeve shirts are $13 and long sleeve are $16.  Our field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is Sunday, January 22 from 9:00 to 3:15. You can see Mr. McClure or Mrs. Hendrickson for a permission slip. The trip is free, but you should bring $10 to $20 for lunch or additional attractions at the Museum.


COLLEGE AND CAREER ANNOUNCEMENTS


SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS