FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2019

STUDENTS:  Do you have questions about college? Come to our March Madness College Panels! From March 4th through the 6th, nearly 55 colleges and universities will be visiting Maine West to take part in College Panels. For a full schedule, check your email or stop by the CCRC. You must bring a College Visit Slip with you to the panels and must obtain teacher permission to attend if the time conflicts with a class. Stop by the CCRC or email Mr Dailey with any questions.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Pass/Fail forms will be available from Monday, March 11 through Friday April 5 in the Student Services - Room B102. Forms are due Friday, April 5.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

SENIORS:  Have you applied for the Maine West Scholarship Fund scholarships? Mr. Dailey will be hosting Maine West scholarship workshops on Friday March 8th during periods 3 through 6. To sign up, please check your email or stop by the CCRC. Both four-year and Oakton scholarships are available. Stop by the CCRC to pick up or turn in the Oakton scholarship or head over to GoingMerry.com to apply for the four-year scholarship.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing the winner for best picture of the year, "Green Book" today after school, in L101 the Little Theater.

SUMMER SCHOOL DRIVER'S EDUCATION:  Summer School Driver's Ed registration is underway.  You can find the registration packet on-line or you can stop in the main office.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019

STUDENTS:  Do you have questions about college? Come to our March Madness College Panels! From March 4th through the 6th, nearly 55 colleges and universities will be visiting Maine West to take part in College Panels. For a full schedule, check your email or stop by the CCRC. You must bring a College Visit Slip with you to the panels and must obtain teacher permission to attend if the time conflicts with a class. Stop by the CCRC or email Mr Dailey with any questions.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

SPRING PLAY:  Auditions for this year's spring comedy, "All in the Timing" will be held after school today in the Choir Room. All materials may be accessed on the Drama Website. Visit the Fine Arts office in upper e-wing for more information.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Pass/Fail forms will be available from Monday, March 11 through Friday April 5 in the Student Services - Room B102. Forms are due Friday, April 5.

COACH TUTORS:  If you are interested in becoming a COACH tutor, you need to attend the informational meeting today at 3:30 in the Little Theater, L101. Contact Mr. Getz if you have any questions.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

SENIORS:  Have you applied for the Maine West Scholarship Fund scholarships? Mr. Dailey will be hosting Maine West scholarship workshops on Friday March 8th during periods 3 through 6. To sign up, please check your email or stop by the CCRC. Both four-year and Oakton scholarships are available. Stop by the CCRC to pick up or turn in the Oakton scholarship or head over to GoingMerry.com to apply for the four-year scholarship.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing the winner for best picture of the year, "Green Book" this Friday, after school, in L101 the Little Theater.

SUMMER SCHOOL DRIVER'S EDUCATION:  Summer School Driver's Ed registration is underway.  You can find the registration packet on-line or you can stop in the main office.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019

STUDENTS:  Do you have questions about college? Come to our March Madness College Panels! From March 4th through the 6th, nearly 55 colleges and universities will be visiting Maine West to take part in College Panels. For a full schedule, check your email or stop by the CCRC. You must bring a College Visit Slip with you to the panels and must obtain teacher permission to attend if the time conflicts with a class. Stop by the CCRC or email Mr Dailey with any questions.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Pass/Fail forms will be available from Monday, March 11 through Friday April 5 in the Student Services - Room B102. Forms are due Friday, April 5.

COACH TUTORS:  If you are interested in becoming a COACH tutor, you need to attend the informational meeting on Thursday, February 28 at 3:30 in the Little Theater, L101. Contact Mr. Getz if you have any questions.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

SENIORS:  Have you applied for the Maine West Scholarship Fund scholarships? Mr. Dailey will be hosting Maine West scholarship workshops on Friday March 8th during periods 3 through 6. To sign up, please check your email or stop by the CCRC. Both four-year and Oakton scholarships are available. Stop by the CCRC to pick up or turn in the Oakton scholarship or head over to GoingMerry.com to apply for the four-year scholarship.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

BOARD GAME CLUB:  Board Game club will meet today after school, in B109. Come to play.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing the winner for best picture of the year, "Green Book" this Friday, after school, in L101 the Little Theater.

SUMMER SCHOOL DRIVER'S EDUCATION:  Summer School Driver's Ed registration is underway.  You can find the registration packet on-line or you can stop in the main office.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2019

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Tonight is the Chipotle Night Fundraiser for Girls Water Polo at the Mannheim location. Please tell them that you are there for Maine West and a percentage of the proceeds go to the team. Thank you.

STUDENTS:  Do you have questions about college? Come to our March Madness College Panels! From March 4th through the 6th, nearly 55 colleges and universities will be visiting Maine West to take part in College Panels. For a full schedule, check your email or stop by the CCRC. You must bring a College Visit Slip with you to the panels and must obtain teacher permission to attend if the time conflicts with a class. Stop by the CCRC or email Mr Dailey with any questions.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

COACH TUTORS:  If you are interested in becoming a COACH tutor, you need to attend the informational meeting on Thursday, February 28 at 3:30 in the Little Theater, L101. Contact Mr. Getz if you have any questions.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

BOARD GAME CLUB:  Board Game club will be meeting this Wednesday, after school, in B109. Come to play.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing the winner for best picture of the year, "Green Book" this Friday, after school, in L101 the Little Theater.

SUMMER SCHOOL DRIVER'S EDUCATION:  Summer School Driver's Ed registration is underway.  You can find the registration packet on-line or you can stop in the main office.



MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  The Boys Track Team had some outstanding performances Friday, at the 8 Team Niles North Invite. Winning individual events for the Warriors were Junior Michael Bartusiak in the shot put and Senior Damon Street in the high jump.  Any freshmen boy who still wishes to join the track team may do so. We meet every day for practice after school at the indoor track.

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Attention people who like to eat food: Tuesday Night is the Chipotle Night Fundraiser for Girls Water Polo at the Mannheim location. Please tell them that you are there for Maine West and a percentage of the proceeds go to the team. Thank you.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

COACH TUTORS:  If you are interested in becoming a COACH tutor, you need to attend the informational meeting on Thursday, February 28 at 3:30 in the Little Theater, L101. Contact Mr. Getz if you have any questions.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

BOARD GAME CLUB:  Board Game club will be meeting this Wednesday, after school, in B109. Come to play.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing the winner for best picture of the year, "Green Book" this Friday, after school, in L101 the Little Theater.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  If you are interested in joining girls water polo, the first practice is today at 5:30 pm in the pool.  Please register on 8-18.

GIRLS SOCCER:  Girls interested in trying out for the soccer team, please make sure to register on 8to18 and make sure to have an up to date physical. Girls not registered will not be able to try out. Tryouts start today. Freshmen are 5:30 in C-wing, JV at 6 a.m. in SPEC and Varsity at 7:30 in C-wing.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Come and See the Maine West Musical, The Addams Family, this weekend in the Maine West auditorium. Shows are tonight and Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets cost $7 for students and $10 adults and can be purchased at the door. Hope to see you at this amazing production

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Attention people who like to eat food: Tuesday Night is the Chipotle Night Fundraiser for Girls Water Polo at the Mannheim location. Please tell them that you are there for Maine West and a percentage of the proceeds go to the team. Thank you.

STUDENTS: The International Celebration is Saturday from 12 pm to 3 pm at Maine East in the ABCD Gym. This event is open to the public, so bring your family and friends and enjoy delicious food, fun activities, and cultural performances from around the world! It is absolutely free to attend. For more information please visit our website at TinyURL.com/meic2019.

STUDENTS:  Was your Valentines Day a bust? Well, look for a new love or a new friend by purchasing your data match in the cafe during lunch periods this week. It only costs $3 to find out your perfect match.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop today after school in G112, the dance studio. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  If you are interested in joining girls water polo, the first practice is Monday, February 25 at 5:30 pm in the pool.  Please register on 8-18.

GIRLS SOCCER:  Girls interested in trying out for the soccer team, please make sure to register on 8to18 and make sure to have an up to date physical. Girls not registered will not be able to try out. Tryouts start on MONDAY. Freshmen are 5:30 in C-wing, JV at 6 a.m. in SPEC and Varsity at 7:30 in C-wing.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.




THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2019

Come and See the Maine West Musical, The Addams Family, this weekend in the Maine West auditorium. Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets cost $7 for students and $10 adults and can be purchased at the door. Hope to see you at this amazing production

The Warrior Girls Basketball team won the IHSA Regional Championship last Friday and the Sectional Semifinal on Monday the 18th! The girls play again today, the 21st at Evanston at 7 pm for the IHSA Sectional Championship. Tickets are available online and will also be available at the door. For online tickets, see the link on the Athletics Webpage. Be there to support these incredible student athletes.  https://gofan.co/app/events/50848


STUDENTS/STAFF:  Attention people who like to eat food: Tuesday Night is the Chipotle Night Fundraiser for Girls Water Polo at the Mannheim location. Please tell them that you are there for Maine West and a percentage of the proceeds go to the team. Thank you.

STUDENTS:  The International Celebration is this Saturday from 12 pm to 3 pm at Maine East in the ABCD Gym. This event is open to the public, so bring your family and friends and enjoy delicious food, fun activities, and cultural performances from around the world! It is absolutely free to attend. For more information please visit our website at TinyURL.com/meic2019.

STUDENTS:  Was your Valentines Day a bust? Well, look for a new love or a new friend by purchasing your data match in the cafe during lunch periods this week. It only costs $3 to find out your perfect match.

STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due today for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at MWwesterner.com

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

SPRING PLAY:  There is an informational meeting about the Spring Play, All in the Timing, today in Room R207 at 3:30. Come and learn a little about the show and how to have a successful audition next week. Please go to the Fine Arts Office if you have any questions.

CHESS TEAM:  Are you interested in playing competitive chess? Then go to the Chess Team informational meeting today in L-lounge right after school. Boards will be set up to play, so bring your friends!

KEY CLUB:  Key Club will meet Friday at 7:15 am in C102.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

SENIORS:  Please stop by the registrar's office in B102 to verify your name as it will appear on your diploma. It should match the name on your birth certificate. The roster will be available until Friday, March 8.

SENIORS:  If you're interested in Oakton Community College, Oakton staff will be here this Thursday February 21, during periods 3 through 6, to help students with the Oakton Scholarship application. The deadline for Oakton Scholarships is March 1st, so make sure to attend so you don't miss out on free money for college! To register, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the RSVP link.

ACCOUNTING CLUB: Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  If you are interested in joining girls water polo, the first practice is Monday, February 25 at 5:30 pm in the pool.  Please register on 8-18.

BOYS TENNIS:  Any boy interested in playing tennis this spring should plan on attending a brief meeting after school today in B-215 at 3:25 pm to discuss the start of the season. If you are unable to attend, you must see Coach Hauenstein in B-215 before the meeting.

GIRLS SOCCER:  Girls interested in trying out for the soccer team, please make sure to register on 8to18 and make sure to have an up to date physical. Girls not registered will not be able to try out. Tryouts start on MONDAY. Freshmen are 5:30 in C-wing, JV at 6 a.m. in SPEC and Varsity at 7:30 in C-wing.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.





WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019

The Warrior Girls Basketball team won the IHSA Regional Championship last Friday and the Sectional Semifinal on Monday the 18th! The girls play again this Thursday, the 21st at Evanston at 7 pm for the IHSA Sectional Championship. Tickets are available online and will also be available at the door. For online tickets, see the link on the Athletics Webpage. Be there to support these incredible student athletes.  https://gofan.co/app/events/50848


STUDENTS:  The International Celebration is this Saturday from 12 pm to 3 pm at Maine East in the ABCD Gym. This event is open to the public, so bring your family and friends and enjoy delicious food, fun activities, and cultural performances from around the world! It is absolutely free to attend. For more information please visit our website at TinyURL.com/meic2019.

STUDENTS:  Was your Valentines Day a bust? Well, look for a new love or a new friend by purchasing your data match in the cafe during lunch periods this week. It only costs $3 to find out your perfect match.

STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due Thursday, February 21 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at MWwesterner.com

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

CHESS TEAM:  Are you interested in playing competitive chess? Then go to the Chess Team informational meeting Thursday in L-lounge at 3:30 right after school. Boards will be set up to play, so bring your friends!

KEY CLUB:  Key Club will meet Friday at 7:15 am in C102.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

ACCOUNTING CLUB:  Do you have a job? If so, did you know that you may entitled to an income tax refund? Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  If you are interested in joining girls water polo, the first practice is Monday, February 25 at 5:30 pm in the pool.  Please register on 8-18.

BOYS TENNIS:  Any boy interested in playing tennis this spring should plan on attending a brief meeting after school on Thursday in B-215 at 3:25 pm to discuss the start of the season. If you are unable to attend, you must see Coach Hauenstein in B-215 before the meeting.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.




TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

STUDENTS:  Something new is coming! Be ready! March 15th, 2019

STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due Thursday, February 21 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at MWwesterner.com

STUDENTS:  Student Council will be meeting during lunch periods today. If you are planning on running for Student Council, please plan to be there. You won't want to miss it.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

CHESS TEAM:  Are you interested in playing competitive chess? Then go to the Chess Team informational meeting Thursday in L-lounge at 3:30 right after school. Boards will be set up to play, so bring your friends!

POLISH CLUB:   Please meet tomorrow, Wednesday morning at 7:10 am in B113 to discuss plans for International Celebration.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

ACCOUNTING CLUB:  Do you have a job? If so, did you know that you may entitled to an income tax refund? Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  If you are interested in joining girls water polo, the first practice is Monday, February 25 at 5:30 pm in the pool.  Please register on 8-18.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.



MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2019

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019

STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due Thursday, February 21 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at MWwesterner.com

STUDENTS: There will be a dodgeball tournament February 20th at 6:00 pm. Sign up and pay in the bookstore by February 18th. You need 6 players per team and the cost is $5 per player. If you have any questions contact Mr. York.

SENIORS: If you are interested in Oakton and would like to apply or ask any questions, please stop by the CCRC today during lunch periods as Oakton staff will be here to help you. Walk-ins are welcome!
STUDENTS:  Student Council will be meeting during the lunch periods on Tuesday, February 19th. If you are planning on running for Student Council, please plan to be there. You won't want to miss it.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

ACCOUNTING CLUB:  Do you have a job? If so, did you know that you may entitled to an income tax refund? Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" today after school in L101, the Little Theater.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019

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STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Now you can be a part of it. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. No matter whether it's basketball regionals or DECA competitions, the upcoming musical or the Orchesis show, the Cubs or the Bulls, political issues or climate change, your quirkiest stories or most shocking experiences, the Westerner covers it. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be a part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due Thursday, February 21 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at tinyurl.com/westerner2019.

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Please support Patrick Lives On and the National English Honor Society by purchasing baked goods today before school and during lunch periods in front of the student cafeteria.

STUDENTS: There will be a dodgeball tournament February 20th at 6:00 pm. Sign up and pay in the bookstore by February 18th. You need 6 players per team and the cost is $5 per player. If you have any questions contact Mr. York.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

STUDENTS:  If you did not have a chance to meet with Oakton last Friday, Oakton will be back in the CRCC this Friday during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton or answer any questions.  To register, see Mr. Dailey in the CRCC or check your email for the sign-up form.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

ACCOUNTING CLUB:  Do you have a job? If so, did you know that you may entitled to an income tax refund? Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the activities tab.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie club will be showing "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" this Friday after school in L101, the Little Theater.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2019

STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Now you can be a part of it. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. No matter whether it's basketball regionals or DECA competitions, the upcoming musical or the Orchesis show, the Cubs or the Bulls, political issues or climate change, your quirkiest stories or most shocking experiences, the Westerner covers it. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be a part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due Thursday, February 21 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at tinyurl.com/westerner2019.

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Please support Patrick Lives On and the National English Honor Society by purchasing baked goods on Thursday, February 14th before school and during lunch periods in front of the student cafeteria.

SENIORS:  We will hold an advisory today. We will be discussing financial aid, award letters and next steps in the college process. Please plan to be in the auditorium at the start of your designated lunch. We will meet during the first 25 minutes of each lunch period.

STUDENTS: There will be a dodgeball tournament February 20th at 6:00 pm. Sign up and pay in the bookstore by February 18th. You need 6 players per team and the cost is $5 per player. If you have any questions contact Mr. York.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  The National Honor Society is holding a toiletry drive for Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless in our community. Please bring in toiletries such as shampoos, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash and socks. The donation bin is in the rotunda. Let’s make a difference and help those in need in our community by bringing in toiletries.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

STUDENTS:  If you did not have a chance to meet with Oakton last Friday, Oakton will be back in the CRCC this Friday during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton or answer any questions.  To register, see Mr. Dailey in the CRCC or check your email for the sign-up form.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

ACCOUNTING CLUB:  Do you have a job? If so, did you know that you may entitled to an income tax refund? Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the Activities tab.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  Attention girls interested in joining girls water polo. There will be an organizational meeting today after school in room D-112. You can email any questions to Coach Schneider. All skill levels are welcome.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2019

STUDENTS:  For 60 years, the Westerner student newspaper has been the voice of students at Maine West. Now you can be a part of it. Covering everything from student trends, to Maine West life, to national and global issues, the award-winning Westerner keeps students informed about their world. No matter whether it's basketball regionals or DECA competitions, the upcoming musical or the Orchesis show, the Cubs or the Bulls, political issues or climate change, your quirkiest stories or most shocking experiences, the Westerner covers it. If you'd like help shape the way students see the world and be a part of next year's Westerner digital or print staff, applications are due February 23 for writers, photographers, artists and editors. Questions? Talk to any editor or Mrs. McGowan in C200A for more information. To apply, applications are available online at tinyurl.com/westerner2019.

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Please support Patrick Lives On and the National English Honor Society by purchasing baked goods on Thursday, February 14th before school and during lunch periods in front of the student cafeteria.

SENIORS:  We will hold an advisory today and Wednesday. We will be discussing financial aid, award letters and next steps in the college process. Please plan to be in the auditorium at the start of your designated lunch. We will meet during the first 25 minutes of each lunch period.

STUDENTS:  Valentines Day gotcha feeling sad and lonely? Come on down to our table just outside the cafe during lunch periods to buy a Valentune, or singing telegram. Valentunes are only $2 and a portion of the proceeds will go to the school-wide fundraiser.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday, February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

AP STUDENTS:  Reminder that the deadline to pay for your AP tests in the bookstore is March 8th. If you misplaced your letter with the AP tests you are scheduled to take, the bookstore has copies. We encourage all of our AP students to take the AP test for the class (es) they are enrolled.

ACCOUNTING CLUB:  Do you have a job? If so, did you know that you may entitled to an income tax refund? Let Accounting Club help you file your free tax return and get your hard earned money back! Sign up for an appointment with a certified tax assistant through the form on our Accounting Club website under the Activities tab.

PING PONG:  There are Ping Pong Intramurals on Wednesday in H106 from 3:30 till 5:30 pm. Come and go as you please. Bring a friend or someone to hit with or play against. No experience needed.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  Attention girls interested in joining girls water polo. There will be an organizational meeting on Wednesday after school in room D-112. You can email any questions to Coach Schneider. All skill levels are welcome.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to Anthony Salemi, senior defenseman, for his selection to the All-State hockey team, who ranked first among all defensemen in the Illinois West League. He will compete in the All-State Game on February 11th at 8:35 pm in Bensenville.

CONGRATULATIONS: Congratulations to Megan Schore on her amazing floor routine at sectionals that placed 5th and automatically qualified her to state. State meet is Friday the 15th at Palatine HS at 2 pm. Good Luck Megan!

CONGRATULATIONS: Once again, Maine West Orchesis is performing at the Illinois State Dance Festival.  Congratulations to Kim Fairhead on her brilliant choreography. This weekend was the Illinois State Dance Festival Audition. Those schools who are talented enough to impress the judges get the honor of performing their student choreography at the State Festival Showcase. This is Kim's second time having her choreography chosen at the state level. Congratulations to the dancers in her piece; Leah Kuhn, Marcell Podsiadly and Monroe Torkelson who executed her dance wonderfully well. Great job dancers. See you at State!

STUDENTS/STAFF:  Please support Patrick Lives On and the National English Honor Society by purchasing baked goods on Thursday, February 14th before school and during lunch periods in front of the student cafeteria.  Thanks!

SENIORS:  We will hold an advisory this Tuesday and Wednesday. We will be discussing financial aid, award letters and next steps in the college process. Please plan to be in the auditorium at the start of your designated lunch. We will meet during the first 25 minutes of each lunch period.

STUDENTS:  Valentines Day gotcha feeling sad and lonely? Come on down to our table just outside the cafe during lunch periods to buy a Valentune, or singing telegram. Valentunes are only $2 and a portion of the proceeds will go to the school-wide fundraiser.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  Do you love to dance?  Do you love to perform?  Come to the Intramural dance workshop on Friday February 22nd. You will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the Orchesis Show this year.  We will meet in the dance studio (G-112) after school on Friday the 22nd.

PING PONG:  There are Ping Pong Intramurals this week Monday and Wednesday in H106 from 3:30 till 5:30 pm. Come and go as you please. Bring a friend or someone to hit with or play against. No experience needed.

GIRLS WATER POLO:  Attention girls interested in joining girls water polo. There will be an organizational meeting on Wednesday after school in room D-112. You can email any questions to Coach Schneider. All skill levels are welcome.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to Grace Olsen and Devyn Doti for their selection to the All State Illinois High School Hockey team...the only players from District 207 to achieve this honor. The All-State game will be held Monday, February 11 at 6:40 pm in Bensenville at the Edge ice rink.

STUDENTS:  Valentines Day gotcha feeling sad and lonely? Come on down to our table just outside the cafe during lunch periods to buy a Valentune, or singing telegram. Valentunes are only $2 and a portion of the proceeds will go to the school-wide fundraiser.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  If you love to dance and want a chance to perform on the Maine West Stage, there will be a dance intramural coming up on Friday, February 22nd. Dancers will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the orchesis dance show.  Come be a part of this awesome event.  See you all on Friday, February 22.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong intramural's are Monday and Wednesdays in H106 from 3:20 pm-5:30 pm.  It is open to any student that is interested in having some fun. No experience necessary. Feel free to bring a friend to play against or just hit around with. No equipment needed. You can come and go as you please.

SENIORS:  Are you considering attending Oakton Community College next Fall? Oakton staff will be in the CCRC today during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton Community College or answer any questions you have. Registration is required.  Please check your email for the RSVP form or see Mr. Dailey to sign up.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2019

STUDENTS: Do you like hands-on, self-directed, practical learning experiences? If so, take clinical government this summer. The deadline has been extended to Friday, February 8. Applications are available through your U.S. History/American studies classes or in the Social Science office, Room C-220.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  If you love to dance and want a chance to perform on the Maine West Stage, there will be a dance intramural coming up on Friday, February 22nd. Dancers will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the orchesis dance show.  Come be a part of this awesome event.  See you all on Friday, February 22.

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

PING PONG:  Ping Pong intramural's are Monday and Wednesdays in H106 from 3:20 pm-5:30 pm.  It is open to any student that is interested in having some fun. No experience necessary. Feel free to bring a friend to play against or just hit around with. No equipment needed. You can come and go as you please.

SENIORS:  Are you considering attending Oakton Community College next Fall? Oakton staff will be in the CCRC on Friday during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton Community College or answer any questions you have. Registration is required.  Please check your email for the RSVP form or see Mr. Dailey to sign up.

BOYS TENNIS:  Any boy interested in playing tennis this spring should plan on attending a brief meeting after school today. Please meet in B-215 at 3:25 pm on Thursday to discuss the start of the season. If you are unable to attend, please see Mr. Hauenstein in B-215 before Thursday.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2019

STUDENTS:  Come out and hear the Choraliers, Maine West's pop a capella group sing in the LRC tomorrow at 8:15 am.  The group will sing a variety of pop favorites and we hope to see you there.

STUDENTS: Do you like hands-on, self-directed, practical learning experiences? If so, take clinical government this summer. The deadline has been extended to Friday, February 8. Applications are available through your U.S. History/American studies classes or in the Social Science office, Room C-220.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  If you love to dance and want a chance to perform on the Maine West Stage, there will be a dance intramural coming up on Friday, February 22nd. Dancers will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the orchesis dance show.  Come be a part of this awesome event.  See you all on Friday, February 22.

ANIME CLUB:  Anime club will meet tomorrow after school in D105.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong intramural's are Monday and Wednesdays in H106 from 3:20 pm-5:30 pm.  It is open to any student that is interested in having some fun. No experience necessary. Feel free to bring a friend to play against or just hit around with. No equipment needed. You can come and go as you please.

SENIORS:  Are you considering attending Oakton Community College next Fall? Oakton staff will be in the CCRC on Friday during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton Community College or answer any questions you have. Registration is required.  Please check your email for the RSVP form or see Mr. Dailey to sign up.

BASEBALL: Attention ALL prospective baseball players. If you are interested in playing baseball this year, there is an informational meeting today at 3:20. If you are a freshman or sophomore, please meet in L-101. If you are a junior or senior, please meet in D-114. If you cannot attend, please email Coach Randazzo for more information.

GIRLS BADMINTON:  All girls interested in playing badminton this spring are invited to attend an informational meeting today in A-209. It will run twice that day, from 7:40-7:50 am and again from 3:25-3:35 pm. Girls should attend either of the two meetings to get the information about tryouts for badminton.

BOYS TENNIS:  Any boy interested in playing tennis this spring should plan on attending a brief meeting after school on Thursday. Please meet in B-215 at 3:25 pm on Thursday to discuss the start of the season. If you are unable to attend, please see Mr. Hauenstein in B-215 before Thursday.

ALL ATHLETES:  Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Most sports will begin on Monday, February 25th. EVERYONE must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office and be registered in "8 to 18" before being allowed to tryout for a sport.  After completing the 8 to 18 registration, you will receive an email telling you when and where to meet for your sports' tryouts.



TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congrats to the following wrestlers who advanced to the sectional tournament:  Regional Champions Zak Chrisovitsiotis and Isco Isuf  along with Steve Chrisovitsiotis,
Rahil Sadruddin and Jake Bellizzi.  Congrats and Good luck at sectionals this Friday!
STUDENTS:  Warriors are you ready? Something new is coming March 15.

STUDENTS:  Come out and hear the Choraliers, Maine West's pop a capella group sing in the LRC this Thursday, February 7th at 8:15 am.  The group will sing a variety of pop favorites and we hope to see you there.

STUDENTS: Do you like hands-on, self-directed, practical learning experiences? If so, take clinical government this summer. The deadline has been extended to Friday February 8. Applications are available through your U.S. History/American studies classes or in the Social Science office, Room C-220.

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  If you love to dance and want a chance to perform on the Maine West Stage, there will be a dance intramural coming up on Friday, February 22nd. Dancers will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the orchesis dance show.  Come be a part of this awesome event.  See you all on Friday, February 22.

POLISH CLUB:  Please join us this Wednesday the 6th in A113 at 7:15 to finalize ideas for International Celebration.

ANIME CLUB:  Anime club will meet Thursday after school in D105.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong intramural's are Monday and Wednesdays in H106 from 3:20 pm-5:30 pm. It is open to any student that is interested in having some fun. No experience necessary. Feel free to bring a friend to play against or just hit around with. No equipment needed. You can come and go as you please.

SENIORS:  Are you considering attending Oakton Community College next Fall? Oakton staff will be in the CCRC on Friday during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton Community College or answer any questions you have. Registration is required.  Please check your email for the RSVP form or see Mr. Dailey to sign up.

BASEBALL: Attention ALL prospective baseball players. If you are interested in playing baseball this year, there is an informational meeting Wednesday February 6th at 3:20. If you are a freshman or sophomore, please meet in L-101. If you are a junior or senior, please meet in D-114. If you cannot attend, please email Coach Randazzo for more information.

GIRLS BADMINTON:  All girls interested in playing badminton this spring are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 6 in A-209. It will run twice that day, from 7:40-7:50 am and again from 3:25-3:35 pm. Girls should attend either of the two meetings to get the information about tryouts for badminton.

BOYS TENNIS:  Any boy interested in playing tennis this spring should plan on attending a brief meeting after school on Thursday. Please meet in B-215 at 3:25 pm on Thursday to discuss the start of the season. If you are unable to attend, please see Mr. Hauenstein in B-215 before Thursday.

STAFF/STUDENTS:  As you know, we are raising money this year for Patrick Lives On - a philanthropy that provides financial assistance to junior high and high school students for extra-curricular activities enabling them to lead positive and productive paths in life. As part of our fundraising efforts, tomorrow we will run a Miracle Minute during your Warrior Weekly video announcements at the beginning of 2nd period. We are asking everyone, staff and students, to contribute one dollar or whatever you can comfortably afford to Patrick Lives On, during our Miracle Minute tomorrow. There will be a donation bin in the bookstore if you do not have a 2nd period class and you would like to contribute. Together we can help raise funding to support our school-wide philanthropy. Thank you in advance for your support and generosity.




MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2019

STUDENTS:  If you would like to volunteer for the Special Ed Basketball Tournament on Saturday, February 16, volunteer sheets are in C107. We need help with team buddies concessions, referees and scorekeepers. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pettyjohn.

STUDENTS:  If you love to dance and want a chance to perform on the Maine West Stage, there will be a dance intramural coming up on Friday, February 22nd. Dancers will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the orchesis dance show.  Come be a part of this awesome event.  See you all on Friday, February 22.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong Intramural's will start today in H106 from 3:20-5:30 pm.  It is open to any student that is interested in having some fun. No experience necessary. Feel free to bring a friend to hit around with. No equipment needed. You can come and go as you please.

SENIORS:  Are you considering attending Oakton Community College next Fall? Oakton staff will be in the CCRC on Friday during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton Community College or answer any questions you have. Registration is required.  Please check your email for the RSVP form or see Mr. Dailey to sign up.

BASEBALL: Attention ALL prospective baseball players. If you are interested in playing baseball this year, there is an informational meeting Wednesday February 6th at 3:20. If you are a freshman or sophomore, please meet in L-101. If you are a junior or senior, please meet in D-114. If you cannot attend, please email Coach Randazzo for more information.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2019

STUDENTS:  If you love to dance and want a chance to perform on the Maine West Stage, there will be a dance intramural coming up on Friday, February 22nd. Dancers will learn a hip hop dance to perform in the orchesis dance show.  Come be a part of this awesome event.  See you all on Friday, February 22.

PING PONG:  Ping Pong Intramural's will start on Monday, February 4 in H106 from 3:20-5:30 pm.  It is open to any student that is interested in having some fun. No experience necessary. Feel free to bring a friend to hit around with. No equipment needed. You can come and go as you please.

SENIORS:  Are you considering attending Oakton Community College next Fall? Oakton staff will be in the CCRC on Friday, February 8 during lunch periods to help you apply to Oakton Community College or answer any questions you have. Registration is required.  Please check your email for the RSVP form or see Mr. Dailey to sign up.

MOVIE CLUB: Movie Club will meet today, after school, in L101, in the little theater. Movie club will be showing the animation classic nominated for 2 Oscars: Isle of Dogs.