WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to girls water polo. The Warriors defeated Elk Grove, Niles West and Wheeling to win the Maine West Invite. Nikki Niedzielski centered a defense that only allowed 8 goals in the whole tournament.

POMS/WARRIORETTES:  Tryouts for the 2019-2020 non competitive dance team is coming up.  Dance clinics are Monday, May 6th from 3:30-5:30 and auditions are Tuesday, May 7th at 3:30 in the dance room. Questions? Just want to see what its all about? Come to the dance clinic on Monday May 6th.


TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2019

POMS/WARRIORETTES:  Tryouts for the 2019-2020 non competitive dance team is coming up.  Dance clinics are Monday, May 6th from 3:30-5:30 and auditions are Tuesday, May 7th at 3:30 in the dance room. Questions? Just want to see what its all about? Come to the dance clinic on Monday May 6th.

MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2019

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.


SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY:  All new Spanish National Honor Society members, we will be having a meeting in A207 after school on Monday, April 29 and before school on Tuesday, April 30 to nominate officers for the 2019-2020 school year. Please be sure to attend one of the meetings.

POMS/WARRIORETTES:  Tryouts for the 2019-2020 non competitive dance team is coming up.  Dance clinics are Monday, May 6th from 3:30-5:30 and auditions are Tuesday, May 7th at 3:30 in the dance room. Questions? Just want to see what its all about? Come to the dance clinic on Monday May 6th.


THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2019

STUDENTS:  Please join the Indian Student Association after school today out in front of the school for Holi Color Fun. Pizza and color for purchase. Come out right at 3:20!

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) today. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie Club will be showing The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part on Friday after school in L101, the little theatre.

BOYS GOLF: Any boy interested in playing golf next Fall should plan on attending an informational meeting today at 8:20 am in the athletic office. If you are unable to attend and would like to play, please call the athletic office at 847-803-5905 for further details.

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2019

AP STUDENTS:  AP students who missed the pre-bubbling session on April 25, the makeup session will be Monday, April 29 in C-201 at 7:30 am. Please arrive by 7:15 am for the check in process. We will start right at 7:30 am. This is the only makeup session so do not be absent.

STUDENTS:  Latinx Club (formally Hispanic Student Club) will be selling Aguas Frescas (Mexican fruit drinks with sugar and water) after school Thursday, May 2 outside the cafeteria in honor of Cinco de Mayo. These traditional fruit drinks will be $1 each.

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS:  Are you interested in transferring to DePaul after Oakton? On May 9 during 4th period, a transfer counselor from DePaul University will be visiting Maine West to discuss the transfer admissions process. Stop by the CCRC to get a College Visit Permission pass if you'd like to attend. The session will take place in L-101, the Little Theater.

MOVIE CLUB:  Movie Club will be showing The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, today after school in L101, the little theatre.

POMS/WARRIORETTES:  Tryouts for the 2019-2020 non-competitive dance team is coming up. Dance clinics are Monday, May 6 from 3:30-5:30 pm and auditions are Tuesday, May 7 at 3:30 pm in the dance room. Questions? Just want to see what it's all about? Come to the dance clinic on Monday May 6.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019

STUDENTS:  Please join the Indian Student Association after school on Thursday out in front of the school for Holi Color Fun. Pizza and color for purchase. Come out right at 3:20!

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

BOYS GOLF: Any boy interested in playing golf next Fall should plan on attending an informational meeting Thursday, April 25 at 8:20 am in the athletic office. If you are unable to attend and would like to play, please call the athletic office at 847-803-5905 for further details.

TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2019

STUDENTS:  Adventure Club is planning on having open climbing dates in May. To do this we need people to belay. Come and get Belay Tested on Tuesday April 23rd between 3:30 and 5 pm. If you have questions, see Mr. Panzilius.

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

BOYS GOLF: Any boy interested in playing golf next Fall should plan on attending an informational meeting Thursday, April 25 at 8:20 am in the athletic office. If you are unable to attend and would like to play, please call the athletic office at 847-803-5905 for further details.

MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2019

STUDENTS:  Adventure Club is planning on having open climbing dates in May. To do this we need people to belay. Come and get Belay Tested on Tuesday April 23rd between 3:30 and 5 pm. If you have questions, see Mr. Panzilius.

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2019

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for a part-time job? Come to the CCRC to sign up for the Des Plaines Park District hiring event today in the CCRC during lunch periods. You will get a job interview on the spot.

STUDENTS:  It is officially tryout season for the Maine West Cheerleading program. We will start our open gyms today in A Wing Gym at 4 pm. Boys are welcomed. If you are interested, please stop by the Athletics office to pick up a sheet with general information about our tryouts this year.

STUDENTS:  Student Council is looking for tour guides for the Eighth Grade Activities night on Wednesday, May 1st. If you are interested, please sign up on the Chromebook set up in the main office. If you have any questions, please ask a StuCo officer, Ms. Archer or Ms. Lloyd.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

LATINX CLUB (formerly Hispanic Student Club): Latinx Club (formally Hispanic Student Club) will be selling club shirts. Please contact Mrs. Giricz, club sponsor, if you are interested in a shirt. This year's shirt will have a picture of Frida Kahlo! Shirts will be $9. Please Mrs. Giricz know what size you want (men's size).

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019

STUDENTS/STAFF:  The Warrior Athletic Program is pleased to present National Letter of Intent Signing Day 2019! Please join us in L101 after school TODAY at 3:30 pm to honor our Warrior Athletes who are moving on to compete at the next level.

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for a part-time job? Come to the CCRC to sign up for the Des Plaines Park District hiring event in the CCRC on Thursday, April 18 during lunch periods. You will get a job interview on the spot.

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for new ways to represent your school? Are you looking to join a program that is more like a family?  Well here’s your chance. It is officially tryout season for the Maine West Cheerleading program. We will start our open gyms this Thursday in A Wing Gym at
4 pm. Boys are welcomed. If you are interested, please stop by the Athletics office to pick up a sheet with general information about our tryouts this year.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

LATINX CLUB (formerly Hispanic Student Club): Latinx Club (formally Hispanic Student Club) will be selling club shirts. Please contact Mrs. Giricz, club sponsor, if you are interested in a shirt. This year's shirt will have a picture of Frida Kahlo! Shirts will be $9. Please Mrs. Giricz know what size you want (men's size).

TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2019

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for a part-time job? Come to the CCRC to sign up for the Des Plaines Park District hiring event in the CCRC on Thursday, April 18 during lunch periods. You will get a job interview on the spot.

STUDENTS:  Student Council will be meeting in the WARRIOR ROOM during all lunch periods today! Please come and meet your new officers and find out about end of the year happenings.

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for new ways to represent your school? Are you looking to join a program that is more like a family?  Well here’s your chance. It is officially tryout season for the Maine West Cheerleading program. We will start our open gyms this Thursday in A Wing Gym at
4 pm. Boys are welcomed. If you are interested, please stop by the Athletics office to pick up a sheet with general information about our tryouts this year.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

LATINX CLUB (formerly Hispanic Student Club): Latinx Club (formally Hispanic Student Club) will be selling club shirts. Please contact Mrs. Giricz, club sponsor, if you are interested in a shirt. This year's shirt will have a picture of Frida Kahlo! Shirts will be $9. Please Mrs. Giricz know what size you want (men's size).

MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2019

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for new ways to represent your school? Are you looking to join a program that is more like a family?  Well here’s your chance. It is officially tryout season for the Maine West Cheerleading program. We will start our open gyms this Thursday in A Wing Gym at
4 pm. Boys are welcomed. If you are interested, please stop by the Athletics office to pick up a sheet with general information about our tryouts this year.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

LATINX CLUB (formerly Hispanic Student Club): Latinx Club (formally Hispanic Student Club) will be selling club shirts. Please contact Mrs. Giricz, club sponsor, if you are interested in a shirt. This year's shirt will have a picture of Frida Kahlo! Shirts will be $9. Please Mrs. Giricz know what size you want (men's size).

FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to the JV girls water polo team for defeating Maine East 15 to 5. On varsity, Sarah Niedzielksi scored a key goal in the fourth quarter to put the Warriors up 10 to 8 at Maine East. This win places the Warriors at 5 and 0 in the CSL North and for the third time in 3 years ... Girls Water Polo CSL North Champions.

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to the JV Badminton Team for defeating Lake Forest on Monday, Maine East on Tuesday and Maine South yesterday!

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

STUDENTS: Did you have a job in 2018? Did you know that you may be eligible to get a tax refund? So far, Accounting Club has helped students like you get back $1,400 in tax refunds. The April 15 deadline is approaching fast, so now is the time to get your tax return done. Sign up for free help from an Accounting Club student by snapping the QR code on flyers around the school.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

STUDENTS: This Saturday, April 13, at 9 am, Maine West will be transporting students and families to the Latino Family Conference at National Louis University. This free event will be completely in Spanish and will cover topics relating to the college process and supporting students. There will also be free food, free entertainment and free childcare.  All are welcome. If you plan to attend, you must stop by the CCRC to sign up. Registration is required.

SENIORS: Are you planning to attend Oakton? Placement tests are required for some students before enrolling. Oakton will be offering placement testing here at Maine West on Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 am in the LRC. To sign up, stop by the CCRC or check your email for the registration. Signing up beforehand is required. See Mr. Dailey with any questions that you have.

SENIORS: Mark your calenders! Oakton Community College's Financial Aid Department will be in the CCRC during lunch periods (3-6) on Thursday, April 25. Stop by to get help with your FAFSA or to complete the FAFSA Verification process required for many by Oakton. No need to sign up, as walk-ins will be accepted.

THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to Girls Water Polo for another conference win. Goalies Jizelle Torres and Audrey Peters combined to keep the Cougars at only 1 goal for the game. Warriors won 17 to 1. JV also had a victory over Hoffman Estates.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

STUDENTS: Did you have a job in 2018? Did you know that you may be eligible to get a tax refund? So far, Accounting Club has helped students like you get back $1,400 in tax refunds. The April 15 deadline is approaching fast, so now is the time to get your tax return done. Sign up for free help from an Accounting Club student by snapping the QR code on flyers around the school.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). You must have your ID with you to buy a ticket.  If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

STUDENTS: This Saturday, April 13, at 9 am, Maine West will be transporting students and families to the Latino Family Conference at National Louis University. This free event will be completely in Spanish and will cover topics relating to the college process and supporting students. There will also be free food, free entertainment and free childcare.  All are welcome. If you plan to attend, you must stop by the CCRC to sign up. Registration is required.

TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 2019

PSAT & SAT 2019
Freshmen and Juniors will be testing today.
Sophomores will be testing on Wednesday, April 10th.
Seniors are not in attendance today or Wednesday.

Students need to be in their assigned Homerooms by 8:00 am. The test begins promptly at 8:05 am. You may find your homeroom number in your schedule or in your student ID. Students testing with accommodations will not go to their homerooms, they will receive a letter with their room assignment. Testing will conclude approximately at 1:10 pm for Juniors and around noon for both Freshmen and Sophomores.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

STUDENTS: Did you have a job in 2018? Did you know that you may be eligible to get a tax refund? So far, Accounting Club has helped students like you get back $1,400 in tax refunds. The April 15 deadline is approaching fast, so now is the time to get your tax return done. Sign up for free help from an Accounting Club student by snapping the QR code on flyers around the school.

JUNIORS:  Junior Prom is April 27. The theme is "A Night In Paris." Tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $30 ($35 at the door). If you are bringing a guest, forms are available in the bookstore.

STUDENTS: This Saturday, April 13, at 9 am, Maine West will be transporting students and families to the Latino Family Conference at National Louis University. This free event will be completely in Spanish and will cover topics relating to the college process and supporting students. There will also be free food, free entertainment and free childcare.  All are welcome. If you plan to attend, you must stop by the CCRC to sign up. Registration is required.

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019

FRESHMEN-JUNIORS:  On April 9th and 10th all students in Illinois will be taking the required tests from the SAT suite of assessments. Freshmen and Juniors will be testing on Tuesday, April 9th. Sophomores will be testing on Wednesday, April 10th.

Students need to be in their assigned Homerooms by 8:00 am. The test begins promptly at 8:05 am. You may find your homeroom number in your schedule or in your student ID. Students testing with accommodations will not go to their homerooms, they will receive a letter with their room assignment. Testing will conclude approximately at 1:10 pm for Juniors and around noon for both Freshmen and Sophomores.

Get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, leave your phones behind and bring #2 pencils! No mechanical pencils are allowed.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  The next Student Council meeting with be Tuesday in the warrior room. We will be introducing your new officers and going over end of the year happenings!

STUDENTS: Did you have a job in 2018? Did you know that you may be eligible to get a tax refund? So far, Accounting Club has helped students like you get back $1,400 in tax refunds. The April 15 deadline is approaching fast, so now is the time to get your tax return done. Sign up for free help from an Accounting Club student by snapping the QR code on flyers around the school.

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2019

FRESHMEN-JUNIORS:  On April 9th and 10th all students in Illinois will be taking the required tests from the SAT suite of assessments. Freshmen and Juniors will be testing on Tuesday, April 9th. Sophomores will be testing on Wednesday, April 10th.

Students need to be in their assigned Homerooms by 8:00 am. The test begins promptly at 8:05 am. You may find your homeroom number in your schedule or in your student ID. Students testing with accommodations will not go to their homerooms, they will receive a letter with their room assignment. Testing will conclude approximately at 1:10 pm for Juniors and around noon for both Freshmen and Sophomores.

Get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, leave your phones behind and bring #2 pencils! No mechanical pencils are allowed.

STUDENTS:  The fitness center is now open for the regular hours of 3:30:5 pm on regular school days. Join us for a workout after school!

STUDENTS:  The Adventure Club will meet today after school in B112. It will be a short informational meeting about the plans for this Spring. If you have questions, contact Mr. Panzilius.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Today is the last day to turn in Pass/Fail forms.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  The next Student Council meeting with be Tuesday, April 16th in the warrior room. We will be introducing your new officers and going over end of the year happenings!

THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS:  The JV Badminton Team defeated New Trier 10-8 last week and they defeated McHenry 18-0 Tuesday.

CONGRATULATIONS:  Congratulations to girl's water polo who improved to 10 and 2 by defeating Deerfield 14 to 3. Alyssa Harrison had 3 goals to lead the Warriors.

FRESHMEN-JUNIORS:  On April 9th and 10th all students in Illinois will be taking the required tests from the SAT suite of assessments. Freshmen and Juniors will be testing on Tuesday, April 9th. Sophomores will be testing on Wednesday, April 10th.

Students need to be in their assigned Homerooms by 8:00 am. The test begins promptly at 8:05 am. You may find your homeroom number in your schedule or in your student ID. Students testing with accommodations will not go to their homerooms, they will receive a letter with their room assignment. Testing will conclude approximately at 1:10 pm for Juniors and around noon for both Freshmen and Sophomores.

Get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, leave your phones behind and bring #2 pencils! No mechanical pencils are allowed.

STUDENTS:  The fitness center is now open for the regular hours of 3:30:5 pm on regular school days. Join us for a workout after school!

STUDENTS:  The Adventure Club will have its next meeting on Friday of this week after school in B112. It will be a short informational meeting about the plans for this Spring. If you have questions, contact Mr. Panzilius.

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for a part-time job?  The job fair will be around the cafeteria today during lunch periods.  Talk to employers about hiring you now or for the summer.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Pass/Fail forms are available through Friday in Student Services.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  The next Student Council meeting with be Tuesday, April 16th in the warrior room. We will be introducing your new officers and going over end of the year happenings!

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2019

FRESHMEN-JUNIORS:  On April 9th and 10th all students in Illinois will be taking the required tests from the SAT suite of assessments. Freshmen and Juniors will be testing on Tuesday, April 9th. Sophomores will be testing on Wednesday, April 10th.

Students need to be in their assigned Homerooms by 8:00 am. The test begins promptly at 8:05 am. You may find your homeroom number in your schedule or in your student ID. Students testing with accommodations will not go to their homerooms, they will receive a letter with their room assignment. Testing will conclude approximately at 1:10 pm for Juniors and around noon for both Freshmen and Sophomores.

Get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, leave your phones behind and bring #2 pencils! No mechanical pencils are allowed.

STUDENTS:  Now that we are beyond spring break and the track teams can train outdoors, the fitness center will be open for the regular hours of 3:30:5 pm on regular school days. Join us for a workout after school!

STUDENTS:  The Adventure Club will have its next meeting on Friday of this week after school in B112. It will be a short informational meeting about the plans for this Spring. If you have questions, contact Mr. Panzilius.

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for a part-time job?  The job fair will be around the cafeteria this Thursday, April 4 during lunch periods.  Talk to employers about hiring you now or for the summer.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Pass/Fail forms are available through Friday in Student Services.

STUDENT COUNCIL:  The next Student Council meeting with be Tuesday, April 16th in the warrior room. We will be introducing your new officers and going over end of the year happenings!

TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019

FRESHMEN-JUNIORS:  On April 9th and 10th all students in Illinois will be taking the required tests from the SAT suite of assessments. Freshmen and Juniors will be testing on Tuesday, April 9th. Sophomores will be testing on Wednesday, April 10th.

Students need to be in their assigned Homerooms by 8:00 am. The test begins promptly at 8:05 am. You may find your homeroom number in your schedule,or in your student ID. Students testing with accommodations will not go to their homerooms, they will receive a letter with their room assignment. Testing will conclude approximately at 1:10 pm for Juniors and around noon for both Freshmen and Sophomores.

Get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, leave your phones behind and bring #2 pencils! No mechanical pencils are allowed.

STUDENTS:  Now that we are beyond spring break and the Track teams can train outdoors, the fitness center will be open for the regular hours of 3:30:5pm on regular school days. Join us for a workout after school!

STUDENTS:  The Adventure club will have it's next meeting on Friday of this week after school in B112. It will be a short informational meeting about the plans for this Spring. If you have questions, contact Mr. Panzilius.

STUDENTS:  Are you looking for a part-time job?  The job fair will be around the cafeteria this Thursday, April 4 during lunch periods.  Talk to employers about hiring you now or for the summer.

STUDENTS: April is National Poetry Month.  The LRC is celebrating with a Blackout poetry event that will run all month long. Come to the LRC and pick up one of our black out sheets and create your own blackout poem.  Turn it in at the front desk, and after review, we will post it in our display cabinet! We hope to have no blank space by the end of the month.

PASS/FAIL FORMS:  Pass/Fail forms are available through Friday April 5 in Student Services - Room B102. Forms are due Friday, April 5.