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Dear Students and Families –

We hope this message finds you healthy and safe. We are writing to announce that District 207 will continue to provide meals to families over the summer. The procedure, dates and times will be the same as it has been: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

For more information about meal distribution or the process, please visit: https://maine207.org/news/meal-distribution-information-3/

Any family in need of support with meals are welcome to access the meal distribution service.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mike Pressler, Maine East Principal

Dear Students and Families –

We hope this message finds you healthy and safe. We are writing to announce that District 207 will continue to provide meals to families over the summer. The procedure, dates and times will be the same as it has been: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

However, on Tuesday, May 26 (the day after Memorial Day), the distribution time will change to 11 a.m.-1 p.m. On Thursday, May 28, the distribution time will return to 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

For more information about meal distribution or the process, please visit: https://maine207.org/news/meal-distribution-information-3/

Any family in need of support with meals are welcome to access the meal distribution service.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mike Pressler, Maine East Principal

Wednesday, May 19, 2020

Hi Everyone,

D207 will continue to provide meals to any students who need them over the summer.

Meals will be provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Maine East, Maine South, and Maine West between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South, or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

(Please note that during weeks that include a holiday, there may be different hours or days – the District will communicate these changes in advance via e-mail and text messages.)

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, District 63 will continue to distribute meals on Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the summer. Information can be found on the district website for East Maine School District 63.

Please stay safe and stay strong!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Hi Everyone,

D207 will continue to provide meals to any students who need them over the summer.

Meals will be provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Maine East, Maine South, and Maine West between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South, or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

(Please note that during weeks that include a holiday, there may be different hours or days – the District will communicate these changes in advance via e-mail and text messages.)

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, District 63 will continue to distribute meals on Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the summer. Information can be found on the district website for East Maine School District 63.

Please stay safe and stay strong!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday, May 18, 2020

Hi Everyone,

D207 will continue to provide meals to any students who need them over the summer.

Meals will be provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Maine East, Maine South, and Maine West between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South, or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

(Please note that during weeks that include a holiday, there may be different hours or days – the District will communicate these changes in advance via e-mail and text messages.)

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, District 63 will continue to distribute meals on Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the summer. Information can be found on the district website for East Maine School District 63.

Please stay safe and stay strong!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday May 15, 2020

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday May 14, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that today, Thursday (514), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday May 13, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that tomorrow, Thursday (514), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday May 12, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder today, Tuesday (5/12), and Thursday (514), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday May 11, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder this week, Tuesday (5/12), and Thursday (514), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday May 8, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday May 7, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder today, Thursday (5/7), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday May 6, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder tomorrow, Thursday (5/7), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday May 5, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder today, Tuesday (5/5), and Thursday (5/7), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday May 4, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week, Tuesday (5/5) and Thursday (5/7), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday May 1, 2020

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday April 30, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that today, Thursday (4/30), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

 

Wednesday April 29, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that Thursday (4/30), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday April 28, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week, today, Tuesday (4/28), and Thursday (4/30), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday April 27, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week, Tuesday (4/28) and Thursday (4/30), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags.

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday April 24, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday April 23, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that today, Thursday (4/23), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday April 22, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that Thursday (4/23), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking emails and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

 

Tuesday April 21, 2020

Attention Students:

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that today, Tuesday (4/21), and this week Thursday (4/23), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday April 20, 2020

Attention Students:

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week Tuesday (4/21), and Thursday (4/23), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday April 17, 2020

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]ine207.org

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday April 16, 2020

Attention Students:

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this today, Thursday (4/16), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday April 15, 2020

Attention Students:

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that tomorrow, Thursday (4/16), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday April 14, 2020

Attention Students:

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this today, Tuesday (4/14) and Thursday (4/16), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]ne207.org

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday April 13, 2020

Attention Students:

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week, tomorrow, Tuesday (4/14) and Thursday (4/16), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]org

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

April 10, 2020

Attention Students:

This is a reminder that today, Friday April 10th, is a non-attendance day. There will be no e-learning hours today. Have a safe weekend. 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

April 9, 2010

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that today, Thursday (4/9), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

This is a reminder that Friday April 10th is a non-attendance day. There will be no e-learning hours on Friday.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

April 8, 2010

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week, on Thursday (4/9), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enough: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

This is a reminder that Friday April 10th is a non-attendance day. There will be no e-learning hours on Friday.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

 

Tuesday April 7, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that this week, today, Tuesday (4/7) and Thursday (4/9), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

I cannot state it strongly enought: please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday April 6, 2020

The following is part of an important message from Principal Pressler:

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday April 3, 2020

The following is part of an important message from Principal Pressler:

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 

Attention Students and Parents:

The deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester is today, Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Mr. Wartick at [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday April 2, 2020

The following is part of an important message from Principal Pressler:

Hi Everyone,

I want to make sure you all know today, Thursday (4/2), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 
 

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day this week, Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday April 1, 2020

The following is part of an important message from Principal Pressler:

Hi Everyone,

I want to make sure you all know that tomorrow, Thursday (4/2), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 
 

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day this week, Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday March 31, 2020

The following is an important message from Principal Pressler:

Hi Everyone,

I want to make sure you all know that today (3/31) and again on Thursday (4/2), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with breakfast and lunch bags:

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car – we will ask what you want and that you pop your trunk or tailgate so that meals can be placed in your vehicle – this process is to ensure that we maintain social distancing for your well-being as well as that of our staff members. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites for East Maine School District 63 and Des Plaines School District 62.

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is constantly changing and new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 
 

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day on Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Monday March 30, 2020

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day on Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday March 27, 2020

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick, on Tuesday. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day on Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students and Parents:

This is a small part of the message pushed out by our superintendent, Dr. Ken Wallace:

Dear Parents and Students, 

As you may have seen, the Governor of Illinois J.B. Pritzker announced this afternoon that Illinois will be under a “stay at home” order starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21.

As part of that announcement, Gov. Pritzker indicated that all schools in Illinois will be closed through Tuesday, April 7. Therefore, all District 207 schools will be closed through April 7.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Thursday March 26, 2020

Attention Students and Parents:

This is a message send by Maine East Principal Mike Pressler. 

Hi Everyone,

I want to make sure you all know that Thursday (3/26), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with meals:

Breakfast:

  • Cherry Breakfast Bar OR Pop Tart

  • Raisins

  • Milk

Lunch:

  • Sandwich

    • Sunbutter & Jelly Sandwich

    • OR

    • Cheese Sandwich

  • Corrotini Bag

  • Craisins OR Apple Sauce

  • Milk

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites: East Maine School District 63 – https://bit.ly/3bffTvu and Des Plaines School District 62 – https://bit.ly/2WzweXR

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is a new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick, on Tuesday. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day on Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students and Parents:

This is a small part of the message pushed out by our superintendent, Dr. Ken Wallace:

Dear Parents and Students, 

As you may have seen, the Governor of Illinois J.B. Pritzker announced this afternoon that Illinois will be under a “stay at home” order starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21.

As part of that announcement, Gov. Pritzker indicated that all schools in Illinois will be closed through Tuesday, April 7. Therefore, all District 207 schools will be closed through April 7.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday March 25, 2020

Attention Students and Parents:

This is a message send by Maine East Principal Mike Pressler. 

Hi Everyone,

I want to make sure you all know that on Thursday (3/26), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign-up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with meals:

Breakfast:

  • Cherry Breakfast Bar OR Pop Tart

  • Raisins

  • Milk

Lunch:

  • Sandwich

    • Sunbutter & Jelly Sandwich

    • OR

    • Cheese Sandwich

  • Corrotini Bag

  • Craisins OR Apple Sauce

  • Milk

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals – although the day/schedule may differ. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites: East Maine School District 63 – https://bit.ly/3bffTvu and Des Plaines School District 62 – https://bit.ly/2WzweXR

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is a new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

Attention Students and Parents:

The following is from an email that was sent to all students from Mr. Wartick, on Tuesday. If you didn’t receive it, please see below.

Maine East Students and Parents,

Maine East is extending the deadline for students to request to take a course pass/fail for 2nd semester until end of the day on Friday April 3rd. Originally, the deadline was on March 19th, but with the extended absences we have experienced, students may not have had the opportunity to submit a pass/fail request. 

Students should complete the electronic Pass/Fail Form. If you already submitted a pass/fail form prior to school being out, then you do not need to complete the form. Please read the directions on the form prior to completing it. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me [email protected] or your counselor.

 

Attention Students and Parents:

This is a small part of the message pushed out by our superintendent, Dr. Ken Wallace:

Dear Parents and Students, 

As you may have seen, the Governor of Illinois J.B. Pritzker announced this afternoon that Illinois will be under a “stay at home” order starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21.

As part of that announcement, Gov. Pritzker indicated that all schools in Illinois will be closed through Tuesday, April 7. Therefore, all District 207 schools will be closed through April 7.

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday March 24, 2020

District 207 Schools Closed Through April 7

This is a small part of the message pushed out by our superintendent, Dr. Ken Wallace:

Dear Parents and Students, 

As you may have seen, the Governor of Illinois J.B. Pritzker announced this afternoon that Illinois will be under a “stay at home” order starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21.

As part of that announcement, Gov. Pritzker indicated that all schools in Illinois will be closed through Tuesday, April 7. Therefore, all District 207 schools will be closed through April 7.

 

Attention Students and Parents:

This is a message send by Maine East Principal Mike Pressler. 

Hi Everyone,

I want to make sure you all know that today, Tuesday (3/24) and Thursday (3/26), we will provide meals to any students who want them. Meals will be provided at all three District 207 high schools between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. There is NO sign up form to participate. Any student or family in need of meals can arrive at Maine East, Maine South or Maine West and they will be provided with meals:

Breakfast:

  • Bagel with cream cheese – choice of chocolate or white milk

Lunch:

  • Sandwich

    • American sub (Turkey with cheese – no pork products)

    • OR

    • Veggie Sandwich

  • Veggie and fruit

  • Choice of chocolate or white milk

The pick-up location at Maine East will be the Bus Shelter on the east side of the building. Meals will be distributed in a “drive-through” and “walk-through” fashion. We ask that you stay in your car and the meals will be brought to your car. Please do not get out of your car. If you walk to school, please form a line outside and practice social distancing by keeping at least six feet between the others in line. 

In addition, for families that are unable to pick up meals from District 207, two area school districts are also distributing meals. Information on those distribution points can be found on the district websites: East Maine School District 63 – https://bit.ly/3bffTvu and Des Plaines School District 62 – https://bit.ly/2WzweXR

Throughout these coming days, please know if you or your family is having a difficult time, you can reach out to your teachers, your counselor, or any other trusted adult at Maine East including me. We are all checking email and chats regularly, so someone will be in contact as soon as possible. 

Hang in there – and don’t be afraid to ask for help. This is a new experience for all of us and together, we’ll make it through!

-Dr. Pressler

 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

 

Monday March 23, 2020

District 207 Schools Closed Through April 7

This is a small part of the message pushed out by our superintendent, Dr. Ken Wallace:

Dear Parents and Students, 

As you may have seen, the Governor of Illinois J.B. Pritzker announced this afternoon that Illinois will be under a “stay at home” order starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21.

As part of that announcement, Gov. Pritzker indicated that all schools in Illinois will be closed through Tuesday, April 7. Therefore, all District 207 schools will be closed through April 7.

 

Attention Students:

We will continue to post important messages here during this time away from Maine East. These are unprecedented times but we will all get through this together. Stay healthy!

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

 

Friday March 20, 2020

Attention Students, Faculty, and Staff:

Even though we are not in school together, we are hoping that we can have a virtual spirit day. We’d love to have you join us. We may not be all in the same building, but we can all participate in this together. Wear your ME spirit wear and take a pic!
 
Do one of the following:
  • Email your photos to [email protected]
  • Twitter: @MEStudentCounc and/or #MEremotespirit
  • Instagram @mestudentcouncil and/or #MEremotespirit

Be safe, stay healthy, and care of each other!

Attention Students:

We will continue to post important messages here during this time away from Maine East. These are unprecedented times but we will all get through this together. Stay healthy!

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Wednesday March 18, 2020

Attention Students:

We will continue to post important messages here during this time away from Maine East. These are unprecedented times but we will all get through this together. Stay healthy! Connect with your friends via all your social networks. 

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Attention Students:

We will continue to post important messages here during this time away from Maine East. These are unprecedented times but we will all get through this together. Stay healthy!

Attention Students:

Please see below for contact information for student support team contact list.

Student Support Team (SST) Contact List

Mike Bender (Dean)

[email protected] 

Kirsta Cholowa (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Angie Edsey (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor)

[email protected]

Alan Ibrahimovic (Counselor)

[email protected] 

Dr. Ruth Shook-Orr (School Psychologist)

[email protected] 

 

Nelly Diaz (Dean)

[email protected]

Susana Held (School Psychologist) 

[email protected]

Nicole Rinaldi (Counselor)

[email protected]

John Park (School Psychologist Intern) 

[email protected]

Mieka Yochim (Counselor)

[email protected]

 

Jeff Parlette (Dean)

[email protected]

Amy Allen (Counselor)

[email protected]

William Bautista (School Social Worker)

[email protected]

Edward Burda (School Psychologist)

[email protected]

Susy Caliendo (Counselor)

[email protected]

Mark Hankins (Counselor) 

[email protected]

Friday March 13, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

International Celebration has been cancelled.  See you next year!

Attention Seniors:

Tickets for Senior Breakfast are now on sale at the Bookstore. Tickets cost $15 per person and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door..Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Korean Club:

If you sold candy please turn your money in to Ms. Lee in Room 244 by today, Friday.

Attention Students:

National Honor Society is running a Food Drive for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Bring any available canned goods or toiletries and look for the colorful boxes in your English classrooms. Every little bit helps!

Thursday March 12, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

Don’t miss this year’s annual International Celebration on Saturday March 14th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm in the ABCD gym! Enjoy food and entertainment from around the world presented by our very own students and staff! Eat yummy food, watch students perform cultural dances, and more! Admission is free and food tickets are available for purchase. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors:

Tickets for Senior Breakfast are now on sale at the Bookstore. Tickets cost $15 per person and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door..Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Korean Club:

If you sold candy please turn your money in to Ms. Lee in Room 244 by Friday.

Attention Students:

National Honor Society is running a Food Drive for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Bring any available canned goods or toiletries and look for the colorful boxes in your English classrooms. Every little bit helps!

Wednesday March 11, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

Don’t miss this year’s annual International Celebration on Saturday March 14th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm in the ABCD gym! Enjoy food and entertainment from around the world presented by our very own students and staff! Eat yummy food, watch students perform cultural dances, and more! Admission is free and food tickets are available for purchase. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors:

Tickets for Senior Breakfast are now on sale at the Bookstore. Tickets cost $15 per person and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door..Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Students:

National Honor Society is running a Food Drive for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Bring any available canned goods or toiletries and look for the colorful boxes in your English classrooms. Every little bit helps!

Tuesday March 10, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

Don’t miss this year’s annual International Celebration on Saturday March 14th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm in the ABCD gym! Enjoy food and entertainment from around the world presented by our very own students and staff! Eat yummy food, watch students perform cultural dances, and more! Admission is free and food tickets are available for purchase. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors:

Tickets for Senior Breakfast are now on sale at the Bookstore. Tickets cost $15 per person and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door..Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors:

It’s time to show the world what you have done over the last 4 years here at Maine East. Please pick up your Senior Accomplishment form outside of the yearbook office, Room 112A. This form should be completed and returned by Wednesday, March 11th.

Attention Students:

National Honor Society is running a Food Drive for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Bring any available canned goods or toiletries and look for the colorful boxes in your English classrooms. Every little bit helps!

Monday March 9, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions will be available in the Student Services Office beginning Monday, March 9th. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

Don’t miss this year’s annual International Celebration on Saturday March 14th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm in the ABCD gym! Enjoy food and entertainment from around the world presented by our very own students and staff! Eat yummy food, watch students perform cultural dances, and more! Admission is free and food tickets are available for purchase. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors:

Tickets for Senior Breakfast are now on sale at the Bookstore. Tickets cost $15 per person and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door..

Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors:

It’s time to show the world what you have done over the last 4 years here at Maine East. Please pick up your Senior Accomplishment form outside of the yearbook office, Room 112A. This form should be completed and returned by Wednesday, March 11th.

Attention Cricket fans!

We’re Back! Your cricket team is back in action for their most anticipated season of the historic franchise. Your blue demons will have a rematch of last year’s State Championship match, as they face Elk Grove tonight on the road. Wish the bowlers, the batsmen and the all-rounders good luck tonight!

Attention Students:

National Honor Society is running a Food Drive for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Bring any available canned goods or toiletries and look for the colorful boxes in your English classrooms. Every little bit helps!

Friday March 6, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions will be available in the Student Services Office beginning Monday, March 9th. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

Don’t miss this year’s annual International Celebration on Saturday March 14th from 12:00 to 3:00 pm in the ABCD gym! Enjoy food and entertainment from around the world presented by our very own students and staff! Eat yummy food, watch students perform cultural dances, and more! Admission is free and food tickets are available for purchase. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors:

It’s time to show the world what you have done over the last 4 years here at Maine East. Please pick up your Senior Accomplishment form outside of the yearbook office, Room 112A. This form should be completed and returned by Wednesday, March 11th.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Come see our annual Mr. Demon competition TONIGHT in the Auditorium at 7:00 pm!! Tickets will be sold at the door, for $7, and anyone who attends has the chance to win a freee shirt! All proceeds will be used to make meals for homeless teens in the Chicagoland area in two weeks!.

Thursday March 5, 2020 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fail Petitions will be available in the Student Services Office beginning Monday, March 9th. The form must be returned by March 19th. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students and Staff:

In the yearbook world, we had to tell Jostens last Friday how many books we want this year. We put our order in, and as always, we order a few extra. If you want to reserve a book for you, or someone special, please go to the bookstore and pre-pay for one as soon as possible, so that your name is definitely on the list! As always, at distribution, we honor pre-payments first.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors:

It’s time to show the world what you have done over the last 4 years here at Maine East. Please pick up your Senior Accomplishment form outside of the yearbook office, Room 112A. This form should be completed and returned by Wednesday, March 11th.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Our annual Mr. Demon competition is coming and it’s coming quick! Make sure to be there, Friday, March 6th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the Cafeteria this week, and at the door, for $7.

Wednesday March 4, 2020 

Attention Baggo Club:

We will be starting a new tournament today, right after school, in the science wing by Room 106. New members are always welcome. Come join the fun and win a prize.

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Spring Play, The Love of Three Oranges, is today, March 4th, after school. Check the bulletin board outside the actors’ studio for more information. It’s too much fun to miss out on! See you at Auditions today, Wednesday, March 4 and callbacks, Thursday, March 5, after school.

Attention Girls Soccer:

Freshman girls meet today in Room 173 at 3:30 pm; Varsity girls call backs meet today at 4:00 pm at the ticket booth field.

Attention Students and Staff:

In the yearbook world, we had to tell Jostens last Friday how many books we want this year. We put our order in, and as always, we order a few extra. If you want to reserve a book for you, or someone special, please go to the bookstore and pre-pay for one as soon as possible, so that your name is definitely on the list! As always, at distribution, we honor pre-payments first.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors:

It’s time to show the world what you have done over the last 4 years here at Maine East. Please pick up your Senior Accomplishment form outside of the yearbook office, Room 112A. This form should be completed and returned by Wednesday, March 11th.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Our annual Mr. Demon competition is coming and it’s coming quick! Make sure to be there, Friday, March 6th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the Cafeteria this week, and at the door for $7.

Tuesday March 3, 2020 

Attention Baggo Club:

We will be starting a new tournament Wednesday, right after school, in the science wing by Room 106. New members are always welcome. Come join the fun and win a prize.

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Spring Play, The Love of Three Oranges, is  Wednesday, March 4th, after school. Visit the spring play google site, theloveofthreeoranges. Or, check the bulletin board outside the actors’ studio for more information. It’s too much fun to miss out on! See you at Auditions Wednesday, March 4 and callbacks, Thursday, March 5, after school.

Attention Students and Staff:

In the yearbook world, we had to tell Jostens last Friday how many books we want this year. We put our order in, and as always, we order a few extra. If you want to reserve a book for you, or someone special, please go to the bookstore and pre-pay for one as soon as possible, so that your name is definitely on the list! As always, at distribution, we honor pre-payments first.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Our annual Mr. Demon competition is coming and it’s coming quick! Make sure to be there, Friday, March 6th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the Cafeteria this week, and at the door for $7.

Monday March 2, 2020 

 

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Spring Play, The Love of Three Oranges, is next Wednesday, March 4th, after school. Visit the spring play google site, theloveofthreeoranges. Or, check the bulletin board outside the actors’ studio for more information. It’s too much fun to miss out on! See you at Auditions Wednesday, March 4 and callbacks, Thursday, March 5, after school.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Boys:

Baseball tryouts begin on today, March 2nd! Baseball players from all levels (Freshmen-Varsity) should meet on the fieldhouse balcony right after school at 3:30 pm. Players should be prepared to possibly go outside for tryouts if the weather permits. In order to try out, all players must register ahead of time on the 8 to 18 Athletic website. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Clark.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Our annual Mr. Demon competition is coming and it’s coming quick! Make sure to be there, Friday, March 6th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the Cafeteria starting Monday, March 2nd and at the door for $7.

Friday February 28, 2020 

 

Attention Students:

Legally Blonde is rocking Maine East!! Tickets for this weekend can still be purchased online at the Maine East website, in the Fine Arts Department Office, the student cafe, and at the door! Omigod You Guys-Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Spring Play, The Love of Three Oranges, is next Wednesday, March 4th, after school. Visit the spring play google site, theloveofthreeoranges. Or, check the bulletin board outside the actors’ studio for more information. It’s too much fun to miss out on! See you at Auditions Wednesday, March 4 and callbacks, Thursday, March 5, after school.

Attention Students:

Would you like to have a lasting record of all your memories here at Maine East? Consider buying a Maine East yearbook. This is the last week to pre-order your book. Pay $45 in the bookstore by Friday, February 28th.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Students:

Everyone is invited to visit and explore the over 200 pieces of art featured in the 25th Annual Maine East Art Exhibition in the Actors’ Studio. This exceptional display, juried by a panel of 3 Chicago artists, spans six categories of media. And, also check out the work of our talented younger artists from Emerson, Chippewa, and Gemini-on display in the Auditorium Hallway showcase. The exhibition will be open through Friday and can also be viewed during Intermission of performances of Legally Blonde! Congratulations to our talented and creative Maine East Artists!

Attention Boys:

Baseball tryouts begin on Monday, March 2nd! Baseball players from all levels (Freshmen-Varsity) should meet on the fieldhouse balcony right after school at 3:30 pm. Players should be prepared to possibly go outside for tryouts if the weather permits. In order to try out, all players must register ahead of time on the 8 to 18 Athletic website. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Clark.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th! JV tryouts will be after school on the softball balcony, in the field house from 3:30 to 5:30 pm; Varsity trouts will be BEFORE school 5:30 to 7:30 AM. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8 to 18 website.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Our annual Mr. Demon competition is coming and it’s coming quick! Make sure to be there, Friday, March 6th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the Cafeteria starting Monday, March 2nd and at the door for $7.

Thursday February 27, 2020 

 

Attention Students:

Legally Blonde is rocking Maine East!! Tickets for this weekend can still be purchased online at the Maine East website, in the Fine Arts Department Office, the student cafe, and at the door! Omigod You Guys-Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Spring Play, The Love of Three Oranges, is next Wednesday, March 4th, after school. Visit the spring play google site, theloveofthreeoranges. Or, check the bulletin board outside the actors’ studio for more information. It’s too much fun to miss out on! See you at Auditions Wednesday, March 4 and callbacks, Thursday, March 5, after school.

Attention Students:

Would you like to have a lasting record of all your memories here at Maine East? Consider buying a Maine East yearbook. This is the last week to pre-order your book. Pay $45 in the bookstore by Friday, February 28th.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Students:

Everyone is invited to visit and explore the over 200 pieces of art featured in the 25th Annual Maine East Art Exhibition in the Actors’ Studio. This exceptional display, juried by a panel of 3 Chicago artists, spans six categories of media. And, also check out the work of our talented younger artists from Emerson, Chippewa, and Gemini-on display in the Auditorium Hallway showcase. The exhibition will be open through Friday and can also be viewed during Intermission of performances of Legally Blonde! Congratulations to our talented and creative Maine East Artists!

Attention Boys:

Baseball tryouts begin on Monday, March 2nd! Baseball players from all levels (Freshmen-Varsity) should meet on the fieldhouse balcony right after school at 3:30 pm. Players should be prepared to possibly go outside for tryouts if the weather permits. In order to try out, all players must register ahead of time on the 8 to 18 Athletic website. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Clark.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th! JV tryouts will be after school on the softball balcony, in the field house from 3:30 to 5:30 pm; Varsity trouts will be BEFORE school 5:30 to 7:30 AM. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8 to 18 website.

Attention Maine East:

You’ve heard the talk, you’ve heard the news! Our annual Mr. Demon competition is coming and it’s coming quick! Make sure to be there, Friday, March 6th at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the Cafeteria starting Monday, March 2nd and at the door for $7.

Wednesday February 26, 2020 

 

Attention Students:

Legally Blonde is rocking Maine East!! Tickets for this weekend can still be purchased online at the Maine East website, in the Fine Arts Department Office, the student cafe, and at the door! Omigod You Guys-Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Did you miss the Spring Play Informational meeting yesterday? Never fear! Visit the spring play google site, theloveofthreeoranges. Or, check the bulletin board outside the actors’ studio for more information. It’s too much fun to miss out on! See you at Auditions Wednesday, March 4 and callbacks, Thursday, March 5, after school.

Attention Students:

Would you like to have a lasting record of all your memories here at Maine East? Consider buying a Maine East yearbook. This is the last week to pre-order your book. Pay $45 in the bookstore by Friday, February 28th.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Students:

Everyone is invited to visit and explore the over 200 pieces of art featured in the 25th Annual Maine East Art Exhibition in the Actors’ Studio. This exceptional display, juried by a panel of three Chicago artists, spans six categories of media. And, also check out the work of our talented younger artists from Emerson, Chippewa, and Gemini-on display in the Auditorium Hallway showcase. The exhibition will be open through Friday and can also be viewed during Intermission of performances of Legally Blonde! Congratulations to our talented and creative Maine East Artists!

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th, after school on the softball balcony, in the field house. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8 to 18 website.

Tuesday February 25, 2020 

 

Attention Students:

Omigod You Guys-What an Incredible Opening Weekend for Legally Blonde!! Talk to people who were there and check-out Fine Arts Instagram, Facebook, and Twitterr and you’ll see how much everyone is loving this show! Tickets for this weekend can still be purchased online at the Maine East website, in the Fine Arts Department Office, the student cafe, and at the door! Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Would you like to have a lasting record of all your memories here at Maine East? Consider buying a Maine East yearbook. This is the last week to pre-order your book. Pay $45 in the bookstore by Friday, February 28th.

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th, after school on the softball balcony, in the field house. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8to18 website.

Monday, February 24, 2020

Attention Maine East!

Omigod You Guys-What an Incredible Opening Weekend for Legally Blonde!! Talk to people who were there and check-out Fine Arts Instagram, Facebook, and Twitterr and you’ll see how much everyone is loving this show! Tickets for this weekend can still be purchased online at the Maine East website, in the Fine Arts Department Office, the student cafe, and at the door! Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th, after school on the softball balcony, in the field house. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8 to 18 website.

Friday February 21, 2020 

Attention Students:

What can $3.50 buy you these days? How about a big slice of freshly baked cherry pie and a cup of ice cream! Buy your ticket to this year’s Cherry Pie Festival in the bookstore today and join us on Friday after school in the student cafeteria!

Attention Maine East!

OMIGOD You Guys-What you Want is Right in Front of You!!! Opening Night is tonight! Tickets can be purchased online at the Maine East website or in the Fine Arts Department Office-and in the Student Cafe! Don’t miss LEGALLY BLONDE!

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th, after school on the softball balcony, in the field house. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8to18 website.

Thursday February 20, 2020 

Attention Students:

What can $3.50 buy you these days? How about a big slice of freshly baked cherry pie and a cup of ice cream! Buy your ticket to this year’s Cherry Pie Festival in the bookstore today and join us on Friday after school in the student cafeteria!

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting today, Thursday, at 3:30 pm at the pool. any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

Attention Girls:

There will be an organizational meeting for all girls interested in playing Badminton this spring after school today, February 20, in the Driver Ed. classroom, Room 173. Badminton tryouts begin on Monday March 2. If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Howley, Coach Disrude, or Coach Hanusialk for details. Also, open gym continues on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, in the ABCD Gym.

Attention Maine East!

OMIGOD You Guys-What you Want is Right in Front of You!!! Rock the Winter blues away with LEGALLY BLONDE and join in our Pink-Out tomorrow in honor of Opening Night! Tickets can be purchased online at the Maine East website or in the Fine Arts Department Office-and in the Student Cafe! Don’t miss LEGALLY BLONDE!

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th, after school on the softball balcony, in the field house. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8to18 website.

Wednesday February 19, 2020 

Attention Students:

What can $3.50 buy you these days? How about a big slice of freshly baked cherry pie and a cup of ice cream! Buy your ticket to this year’s Cherry Pie Festival in the bookstore today and join us on Friday after school in the student cafeteria!

Attention Boys:

Any boys interested in being a part of the boys water polo team this spring, there will be a brief informational meeting today, Wednesday February 19th at the pool. No experience is necessary! We look forward to seeing you on the 19th.

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting on Thursday February 20, at 3:30 pm at the pool. any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

Attention Girls:

There will be an organizational meeting for all girls interested in playing Badminton this spring after school on Thursday February 20, in the Driver Ed. classroom, Room 173. Badminton tryouts begin on Monday March 2. If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Howley, Coach Disrude, or Coach Hanusialk for details. Also, open gym continues on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, in the ABCD Gym.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Attention Girls:

Girls softball tryouts will be taking place March 2 through March 4th, after school on the softball balcony, in the field house. All players need to have a sports physical completed and turned into the Athletic Office, and registered on the 8to18 website.

Tuesday February 18, 2020 

Attention Students:

What can $3.50 buy you these days? How about a big slice of freshly baked cherry pie and a cup of ice cream! Buy your ticket to this year’s Cherry Pie Festival in the bookstore today and join us on Friday after school in the student cafeteria!

Attention Boys:

Any boys interested in being a part of the boys water polo team this spring, there will be a brief informational meeting Wednesday February 19th at the pool. No experience is necessary! We look forward to seeing you on the 19th.

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting on Thursday February 20, at 3:30 pm at the pool. any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

Attention Girls:

There will be an organizational meeting for all girls interested in playing Badminton this spring after school on Thursday February 20, in the Driver Ed. classroom, Room 173. Badminton tryouts begin on Monday March 2. If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Howley, Coach Disrude, or Coach Hanusialk for details. Also, open gym continues on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, in the ABCD Gym.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Attention Seniors:

Although it’s hard to believe, it is time to start thinking about this year’s Senior Breakfast! Tickets for senior breakfast will go on sale at the bookstore starting March 9th and will be available through March 27th. Tickets will cost $15 and must be purchased ahead of time. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Please see Mrs. Vasta or Ms. Jozwiak if you have any questions.

Friday February 14, 2020 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore today only; no tickets will be sold at the door.  Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Also, your SnowCourt has been finalized. After you buy your ticket to the SnowCo Charity Dance, you can vote for royalty, so be sure to watch your email. Remember, the last day to purchase tickets is today, February 14!  

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Boys:

Any boys interested in being a part of the boys water polo team this spring, there will be a brief informational meeting Wednesday February 19th at the pool. No experience is necessary! We look forward to seeing you on the 19th.

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting on Thursday February 20, at 3:30 pm at the pool. any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! What are you doing this Saturday from 5:00 pm -11:00 pm? Looking for a sweet, tasty treat after Snow Co or Musical Tech practice? Show your Valentine you care, take them to dine and share! Help support the Filipino club. Go to Lina’s Frozen Treats & Care at 9001 N. Milwaukee.

Attention Girls:

There will be an organizational meeting for all girls interested in playing Badminton this spring after school on Thursday February 20, in the Driver Ed. classroo, Room 173. Badminton tryouts begin on Monday March 2. If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Howley, Coach Disrude, or Coach Hanusialk for details. Also, open gym continues on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, in the ABCD Gym.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Thursday February 13, 2020

Attention Students:

Are you looking for a sweet treat for your BAE? Buy them a kiss from Rotary where $1 will buy them a bag of Hershey kisses and a personalized note, to be delivered on Friday, February 14, Valentine’s Day. All proceeds will go to raising funds to build a well in Haiti as part of our Haiti Outreach project. Kisses are on sale during lunch periods out front of the bookstore.

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting on Thursday February 20, at 3:30 pm at the pool. Any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office 

Attention Students:

Your SnowCourt has been finalized. After you buy your ticket to the SnowCo Charity Dance, you can vote for royalty, so be sure to watch your email. Remember, the last day to purchase tickets is Friday February 14!  Don’t wait.

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 14 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Boys:

Any boys interested in being a part of the boys water polo team this spring, there will be a brief informational meeting Wednesday February 19th at the pool. No experience is necessary! We look forward to seeing you on the 19th.

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! What are you doing this Saturday from 5:00 pm -11:00 pm? Looking for a sweet, tasty treat after Snow Co or Musical Tech practice? Show your Valentine you care, take them to dine and share! Help support the Filipino club. Go to Lina’s Frozen Treats & Care at 9001 N. Milwaukee.

Attention Girls:

There will be an organizational meeting for all girls interested in playing Badminton this spring after school on Thursday February 20, in the Driver Ed. classroo, Room 173. Badminton tryouts begin on Monday March 2. If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Howley, Coach Disrude, or Coach Hanusialk for details. Also, open gym continues on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, in the ABCD Gym.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Wednesday February 12, 2020

Attention Students:

Are you looking for a sweet treat for your BAE? Buy them a kiss from Rotary where $1 will buy them a bag of Hershey kisses and a personalized note, to be delivered on Friday, February 14, Valentine’s Day. All proceeds will go to raising funds to build a well in Haiti as part of our Haiti Outreach project. Kisses are on sale during lunch periods out front of the bookstore.

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting on Thursday February 20, at 3:30 pm at the pool. Any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office 

Attention Students:

Your SnowCourt has been finalized. After you buy your ticket to the SnowCo Charity Dance, you can vote for royalty, so be sure to watch your email. Remember, the last day to purchase tickets is Friday February 14!  Don’t wait.

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

 

Attention Students:

Today, Wednesday, February 12th, Broadcasting Club, together with the Black Student Union will be screening the 2019 film “Canal Street” after school. After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man’s father fights in court for his son’s vindication. Written and directed by Maine East alum Rhyan LaMarr, “Canal Street” was filmed in and around Chicago and features many stars found on television and on the big screen. “Canal Street” will be shown in Room C-208. Admission is free. Don’t miss this amazing film created by one of Maine East’s own.

 

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! What are you doing this Saturday from 5:00 pm -11:00 pm? Looking for a sweet, tasty treat after Snow Co or Musical Tech practice? Show your Valentine you care, take them to dine and share! Help support the Filipino club. Go to Lina’s Frozen Treats & Care at 9001 N. Milwaukee.

 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office Last day to purchase is Thursday February 13! Don’t wait.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

Tuesday February 11, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Are you looking for a sweet treat for your BAE? Buy them a kiss from Rotary where $1 will buy them a bag of Hershey kisses and a personalized note, to be delivered on Friday, February 14, Valentine’s Day. All proceeds will go to raising funds to build a well in Haiti as part of our Haiti Outreach project. Kisses are on sale during lunch periods out front of the bookstore.

Attention Girls:

All girls interested in playing water polo, there will be an informational meeting on Thursday February 20, at 3:30 pm at the pool. Any questions, please email Coach Natalia.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

 

Attention Students:

On Wednesday, February 12th, Broadcasting Club, together with the Black Student Union will be screening the 2019 film “Canal Street” after school. After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man’s father fights in court for his son’s vindication. Written and directed by Maine East alum Rhyan LaMarr, “Canal Street” was filmed in and around Chicago and features many stars found on television and on the big screen. “Canal Street” will be shown in Room C-208. Admission is free. Don’t miss this amazing film created by one of Maine East’s own.

 

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! What are you doing this Saturday from 5:00 pm -11:00 pm? Looking for a sweet, tasty treat afer Snow Co or Musical Tech practice? Show your Valentine you care, take them to dine and share! Help support the Filipino club. Go to Lina’s Frozen Treats & Care at 9001 N. Milwaukee.

 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

 

Monday February 10, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Are you looking for a sweet treat for your BAE? Buy them a kiss from Rotary where $1 will buy them a bag of Hershey kisses and a personalized note, to be delivered on Friday, February 14, Valentine’s Day. All proceeds will go to raising funds to build a well in Haiti as part of our Haiti Outreach project. Kisses are on sale during lunch periods out front of the bookstore.

 

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

 

Attention Students:

On Wednesday, February 12th, Broadcasting Club, together with the Black Student Union will be screening the 2019 film “Canal Street” after school. After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man’s father fights in court for his son’s vindication. Written and directed by Maine East alum Rhyan LaMarr, “Canal Street” was filmed in and around Chicago and features many stars found on television and on the big screen. “Canal Street” will be shown in Room C-208. Admission is free. Don’t miss this amazing film created by one of Maine East’s own.

 

Attention Students:

Roll out the Red Carpet! It’s Oscar time! Come to the English lower-hallway to play an interactive Oscar Game and fill your reusable water bottle at the same time. Can you guess? Was it a book first or a movie first? Lift the flap to see!

 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Friday February 7, 2020

 

Attention Students:

This Sunday is the kick-off meeting for the MCYAF Town Hall meeting project; open to all teens from 8th – 12th grades.  You can earn over twenty service-hours with your work. This year’s topic is vaping and how to get the message out to elementary and middle-schoolers about its danger to developing bodies and brains. Everyone is invited! This Sunday, February 9th, from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in the principal’s conference room at Maine South High School. Questions? Call Dr. Teri Collins at (847) 858-7090. 

 

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

 

Attention Students:

On Wednesday, February 12th, Broadcasting Club, together with the Black Student Union will be screening the 2019 film “Canal Street” after school. After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man’s father fights in court for his son’s vindication. Written and directed by Maine East alum Rhyan LaMarr, “Canal Street” was filmed in and around Chicago and features many stars found on television and on the big screen. “Canal Street” will be shown in Room C-208. Admission is free. Don’t miss this amazing film created by one of Maine East’s own.

 

Attention Students:

Roll out the Red Carpet! It’s Oscar time! Come to the English lower-hallway to play an interactive Oscar Game and fill your reusable water bottle at the same time. Can you guess? Was it a book first or a movie first? Lift the flap to see!

 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Thursday February 6, 2020

Attention Students:

This Sunday is the kick-off meeting for the MCYAF Town Hall meeting project; open to all teens from 8th – 12th grades.  You can earn over twenty service-hours with your work. This year’s topic is vaping and how to get the message out to elementary and middle-schoolers about its danger to developing bodies and brains. Everyone is invited! This Sunday, February 9th, from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in the principal’s conference room at Maine South High School. Questions? Call Dr. Teri Collins at (847) 858-7090. 

 

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! It’s time to get rid of the plastic!!  Maine East Cares is selling Metal Straws for a dollar each at the bookstore until Friday the 7th.  Bring $2 more to get a cleaning brush and a carrying bag for your straw! But hurry, there is only a limited supply.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

 

Attention Students:

On Wednesday, February 12th, Broadcasting Club, together with the Black Student Union will be screening the 2019 film “Canal Street” after school. After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man’s father fights in court for his son’s vindication. Written and directed by Maine East alum Rhyan LaMarr, “Canal Street” was filmed in and around Chicago and features many stars found on television and on the big screen. “Canal Street” will be shown in Room C-208. Admission is free. Don’t miss this amazing film created by one of Maine East’s own.

 

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends and dance your heart out at SnowCo! Tickets are $15 at the bookstore and all proceeds will go charity! Your ticket will go charity! Your ticket will support the Maine Township food pantry and adults with special needs! Come and have a night filled with fun. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Wednesday February 5, 2020

Attention Students:

This Sunday is the kick-off meeting for the MCYAF Town Hall meeting project; open to all teens from 8th – 12th grades.  You can earn over twenty service-hours with your work. This year’s topic is vaping and how to get the message out to elementary and middle-schoolers about its danger to developing bodies and brains. Everyone is invited! This Sunday, February 9th, from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in the principal’s conference room at Maine South High School. Questions? Call Dr. Teri Collins at (847) 858-7090. 

Attentions Students:

Come to Maine East Cares FIRST guest speaker event is today, Wednesday, February 5th, at 3:30 pm in Room 230. Donna Adams, the president of Clean Up-Give Back, will be speaking about volunteer opportunities, service-learning, and how to help the environment around our community. Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! It’s time to get rid of the plastic!!  Maine East Cares is selling Metal Straws for a dollar each at the bookstore until Friday the 7th.  Bring $2 more to get a cleaning brush and a carrying bag for your straw! But hurry, there is only a limited supply.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Healthcare Society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting is today, Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore this week and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Tuesday February 4, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Today, Tuesday February 4th students who will be 18 by November 3rd, will be able to register for voting in the March 17 Illinois primary election. Representatives from the League of Women Voters will be in Library Mural Room to get students registered. Please bring two form of ID, one of which has your current address.

Attentions Students:

Come to Maine East Cares FIRST guest speaker event tomorrow, Wednesday, February 5th, at 3:30 pm in Room 230. Donna Adams, the president of Clean Up-Give Back, will be speaking about volunteer opportunities, service-learning, and how to help the environment around our community. Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! It’s time to get rid of the plastic!!  Maine East Cares is selling Metal Straws for a dollar each at the bookstore until Friday the 7th.  Bring $2 more to get a cleaning brush and a carrying bag for your straw! But hurry, there is only a limited supply.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books. If everyone in the school brings just ONE book, we will meet our goal of 1,500 books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Healthcare Society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting will be tomorrow, Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore this week and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

 

Monday February 3, 2020

 

Attention Students:

On Tuesday February 4th students who will be 18 by November 3rd, will be able to register for voting n the March 17 Illinois primary election. Representatives from the League of Women Voters will be in Library Mural Room to get students registered. Please bring two form of ID, one of which has your current address.

Attentions Students:

Come to Maine East Cares FIRST guest speaker event this Wednesday, February 5th, at 3:30 pm in Room 230. Donna Adams, the president of Clean Up-Give Back, will be speaking about volunteer opportunities, service-learning, and how to help the environment around our community. Don’t miss it!

Attention Students:

Hey Maine East! It’s time to get rid of the plastic!!  Maine East Cares is selling Metal Straws for a dollar each at the bookstore until Friday the 7th.  Bring $2 more to get a cleaning brush and a carrying bag for your straw! But hurry, there is only a limited supply.

Attention Students:

Wanna have a good laugh? Come play Pictionary with Junior Class Council on Tuesday February 25th, right after school. Fun when you guess it; even more fun when you don’t! See the flyers around school to sign up!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Healthcare Society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting will be Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore this week and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Friday January 31, 2020

Attention Students:

Today there will be a special homeroom bell schedule that will include a 20-minute homeroom between 2nd and 3rd period. If you do not remember your homeroom assignment, you can check your schedule through the Infinite Campus portal OR look for the homeroom locators posted in the hallways.

Attention Students:

On Tuesday February 4th students who will be 18 by November 3rd, will be able to register for voting n the March 17 Illinois primary election. Representatives from the League of Women Voters will be in Library Mural Room to get students registered. Please bring two form of ID, one of which has your current address.

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Healthcare Society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting will be next Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting next week and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Friday January 31, 2020

Attention Students:

Today there will be a special homeroom bell schedule that will include a 20-minute homeroom between 2nd and 3rd period. If you do not remember your homeroom assignment, you can check your schedule through the Infinite Campus portal OR look for the homeroom locators posted in the hallways.

Attention Students:

On Tuesday February 4th students who will be 18 by November 3rd, will be able to register for voting n the March 17 Illinois primary election. Representatives from the League of Women Voters will be in Library Mural Room to get students registered. Please bring two form of ID, one of which has your current address.

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Healthcare Society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting will be next Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting next week and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Thursday January 30, 2020

Attention Students:

Are you interested in learning about the Assyrian Language and Culture? Come join the Language Learning and Exchange Club and Assyrian Club today, Thursday January 30th at 3:30 pm in Room 230! Come join us to learn Assyrian through conversation, culture, and games! Hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

On Friday there will be a special homeroom bell schedule that will include a 20-minute homeroom between 2nd and 3rd period. If you do not remember your homeroom assignment, you can check your schedule through the Infinite Campus portal OR look for the homeroom locators posted in the hallways.

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Healthcare society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting will be next Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday morning, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Wednesday January 29, 2020

Attention Students:

On Friday there will be a special homeroom bell schedule that will include a 20-minute homeroom between 2nd and 3rd period. If you do not remember your homeroom assignment, you can check your schedule through the Infinite Campus portal OR look for the homeroom locators posted in the hallways.

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between now and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help us help kids who don’t have access to books.

 

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts tomorrow, Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 a.m, or   3:30 p.m. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Healthcare society is making a comeback this semester under a new name-HOSA or Health Occupations Students of America! the first meeting will be next Wednesday, February 5th! Come join us after school in Room 123 to learn about various healthcare careers, talk to professionals who work in various healthcare fields, and participate in volunteer opportunities to give you an idea about the the healthcare field is like. All are invited.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday morning, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office

Monday January 27, 2020

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Between January 27 and February 13 students in the Applied Literacy classes will be having a book drive. If you have any books in good condition for children from birth to age 12, please bring them.  There will be donation boxes at most school entrances and in the department offices. Please help u help kids who don’t have access to books.

Attention Seniors:

Please come to the Registrar’s office, located in Student Services, Room 120, to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.This must be completed by February 14!

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 a.m, or   3:30 p.m. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office.

Friday January 24, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Track and Field season is here! Practices this week will be immediately after school in the field house. Please be sure to register on 8 to 18 before the season begins. Please see coach Peters or Coach Kramer with questions.

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 a.m, or   3:30 p.m. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office.

 

Thursday January 23, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Track and Field season is here! Practices this week will be immediately after school in the field house. Please be sure to register on 8 to 18 before the season begins. Please see coach Peters or Coach Kramer with questions.

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open-gym on Friday, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

 

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 a.m, or   3:30 p.m. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must fill out a guest permission form and present it to the dean’s office for approval, prior to purchasing a ticket. Guest permission forms can be found at the bookstore or the dean’s office.

 

Wednesday January 22, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Track and Field season is here! Wednesday – Friday practices will be immediately after school in the field house. Please be sure to register on 8 to 18 before the season begins. Please see coach Peters or Coach Kramer with questions.

Attention Students:

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to act in a movie or on television? Then come check out the on-camera boot-camp next Wednesday after school in Room C-207. Mr. Ash and his broadcasting students will show all of you the basics of film editing. If you’ve ever wanted to see how to direct actors for the camera, you’ll learn that too! Come by for some free fun and some free food!

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 before school or 3:30 pm after school. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause.

 

Tuesday January 21, 2020

 

Attention Students:

Track and Field season is here! Tuesday – Friday practices will be immediately after school in the field house. Please be sure to register on 8 to 18 before before the season begins. Please see coach Peters or coach Kramer with questions.

Attention Students:

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to act in a movie or on television? Then come check out the on-camera boot-camp next Wednesday after school in Room C-207. Mr. Ash and his broadcasting students will show all of you the basics of film editing. If you’ve ever wanted to see how to direct actors for the camera, you’ll learn that too! Come by for some free fun and some free food!

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 before school or 3:30 pm after school. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Please give the gift of life by donating your blood on Friday, February 7. By donating your blood, you could save three lives and it is an ACT OF KINDNESS. The process takes 45 minutes and you are only actually physically donating for approximately 10 minutes. Please see your email to use the link to set-up an appointment during your free period to donate blood.

Attention Freshman and Sophomore Students:

It’s not too late to join the Freshman and Sophomore Class Council.  Join Mr. Miller, Ms. Samlan, and class leaders in Room 241 at 7:40 am on Wednesday, January 22nd.  Light breakfast refreshments will be served.  

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause.

 

 

Friday January 17, 2020

Attention Students

Come watch the movie “Three Idiots” with the South Asian Student Alliance today, Friday, January 17th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the Auditorium.  Admission is free! Concessions will be sold.

Attention Students:

There will be track and field open gyms for any interested students today, Friday January 17. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students:

The Track and Field season begins next week. Monday, practice will be from 8:00 to 10:00 am in the field house.  Tuesday – Friday practices will be immediately after school in the field house. Please be sure to register on 8 to 18 before before the season begins. Please see coach Peters or coach Kramer with questions.

Attention Students:

Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to act in a movie or on television? Then come check out the on-camera boot-camp next Wednesday after school in Room C-207. Mr. Ash and his broadcasting students will show all of you the basics of film editing. If you’ve ever wanted to see how to direct actors for the camera, you’ll learn that too! Come by for some free fun and some free food!

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 before school or 3:30 pm after school. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause.

Attention Freshman and Sophomore Students:

It’s not too late to join the Freshman and Sophomore Class Council.  Join Mr. Miller, Ms. Samlan, and class leaders in Room 241 at 7:40 am on Wednesday, January 22nd.  Light breakfast refreshments will be served.  

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

 

 

Thursday January 16, 2020

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 before school or 3:30 pm. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause.

 

Attention Freshman and Sophomore Students:

It’s not too late to join the Freshman and Sophomore Class Council.  Join Mr. Miller, Ms. Samlan, and class leaders in Room 241 at 7:40 am on Wednesday, January 22nd.  Light breakfast refreshments will be served.  

 

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Would you like to volunteer as an Office Helper? Do you need Service Hours?  There is a need for students to help all periods. Stop by Student Services or the Nurses Office to volunteer.

Attention Students:

There will be track and field open gyms for any interested students Friday January 17. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students

Come watch the movie “Three Idiots” with the South Asian Student Alliance this Friday, January 17th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the Auditorium.  Admission is free!

Wednesday January 15, 2020

Attention Students:

Do you have what it takes to be the first Mr. Demon of the decade? There’s only one way to find out! Come to Mr. Demon tryouts on Thursday January 30th, in Room 310 at 7:30 before school or 3:30 pm. We hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Grab a partner or some friends, SnowCo is on the way! Purchase tickets for $15 at the bookstore starting in February and look forward to a night filled with music, dancing, and lots of fun! All proceeds go to charity, so consider buying tickets to support a good cause.

 

Attention Freshman and Sophomore Students:

It’s not too late to join the Freshman and Sophomore Class Council.  Join Mr. Miller, Ms. Samlan, and class leaders in Room 241 at 7:40 am on Wednesday, January 22nd.  Light breakfast refreshments will be served.  

 

Attention Girls interested in playing Soccer in the spring:

There will be an informational meeting after school today, Wednesday January 15, from 3:30 to 4:30 in Room 230.  All are welcome.

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Would you like to volunteer as an Office Helper? Do you need Service Hours?  There is a need for students to help all periods. Stop by Student Services or the Nurses Office to volunteer.

Attention Students:

There will be track and field open gyms for any interested students Friday January 17. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students

Come watch the movie “Three Idiots” with the South Asian Student Alliance this Friday, January 17th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the Auditorium.  Admission is free!

Tuesday January 14, 2020

Attention Staff and Students involved in Clubs:

 Do you want to be part of the International Celebration in March? There is an important informational meeting from 3:30 to 4:00 pm in Room 302 today after school. Sponsors~please attend with at least one club officer. Questions? Please contact Ms. Propst or Ms. Sabatello.

Attention Girls interested in playing Soccer in the spring:

There will be an informational meeting after school on Wednesday January 15 from 3:30 to 4:30 in Room 230.  All are welcome.

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Would you like to volunteer as an Office Helper? Do you need Service Hours?  There is a need for students to help all periods. Stop by Student Services or the Nurses Office to volunteer.

Attention Students:

There will be track and field open gyms for any interested students Friday January 17. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students

Come watch the movie “Three Idiots” with the South Asian Student Alliance this Friday, January 17th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the Auditorium.  Admission is free!

Monday January 13, 2020

Attention Staff and Students involved in Clubs:

 Do you want to be part of the International Celebration in March?! This Tuesday there is an important informational meeting from 3:30 to 4:00 pm in Room 302. Sponsors~please attend with at least one club officer. Questions? Please contact Ms. Propst or Ms. Sabatello.

Attention Students:

Taboo, Taboo, Taboo! The Youth Connect Taboo Tournament is tomorrow, Tuesday 14 at 3:25 pm in Room 230. There are snacks and prizes! If you want to join the fun with over 80 staff & students, contact Mr. Olson.  All ability levels are welcome!

Attention Students:

Do you ever get a sweet tooth in the middle of class?  We have a solution!  The Maine East VEI class will be selling baked goods for only $1 all day today, Monday, January 13th. All the proceeds will be going towards materials for the national competition we are attending in February. Please come buy and help us out. Thank you!

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Would you like to volunteer as an Office Helper? Do you need Service Hours?  There is a need for students to help all periods. Stop by Student Services or the Nurses Office to volunteer.

Attention Students:

There will be track and field open gyms for any interested students today, Monday January 13 and Friday January 17. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students”

Come watch the movie “Three Idiots” with the South Asian Student Alliance this Friday, January 17th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.  Admission is free!

Friday January 10, 2020

Attention Staff and Students involved in Clubs:

 Do you want to be part of the International Celebration in March?! This Tuesday there is an important informational meeting from 3:30 to 4:00 pm in Room 302. Sponsors~please attend with at least one club officer. Questions? Please contact Ms. Propst or Ms. Sabatello.

Attention Students:

Taboo, Taboo, Taboo! The Youth Connect Taboo Tournament is next week, Tuesday 14 at 3:25 pm in Room 230. There are snacks and prizes! If you want to join the fun with over 80 staff & students, contact Mr. Olson.  All ability levels are welcome!

Attention Students Interested in Summer School Driver Education:

Be sure to check your email this week as information for Summer School Driver Education will be sent out to ALL students meeting the age requirement. Fillinoug out the information DOES NOT automatically register you for Summer School. A follow-up email will be sent out to all interested and eligible students with clear instructions on how to register for the Summer School Driver Education Program.

Attention Students:

Do you ever get a sweet tooth in the middle of class?  This Monday, we have a solution!  The Maine East VEI class will be selling baked goods for only $1 all day this Monday, January 13th. All the proceeds will be going towards materials for the national competition we are attending in February. Please come buy and help us out. Thank you!

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Attention Students:

Would you like to volunteer as an Office Helper? Do you need Service Hours?  There is a need for students to help all periods. Stop by Student Services or the Nurses Office to volunteer.

Thursday January 9, 2020

Attention Maine East: 

M.E. Cares is hosting an ALL DAY fundraiser at the Morton Grove Moretti’s (just eat of us, on Dempster) TODAY, Thursday January 9th. Pick-up dinner on your way home or bring your family to Moretti’s on Thursday January 9th. Mention the fundraiser or show the flier, posted around the school and sent to your email, and a percentage your meal will support our efforts to clean plastics from the oceans.

Attention Students:

Taboo, Taboo, Taboo! The Youth Connect Taboo Tournament is next week, Tuesday 14 at 3:25 pm in Room 230. There are snacks and prizes! If you want to join the fun with over 80 staff & students, contact Mr. Olson.  All ability levels are welcome!

Attention Students Interested in Summer School Driver Education:

Be sure to check your email this week as information for Summer School Driver Education will be sent out to ALL students meeting the age requirement. Fillinoug out the information DOES NOT automatically register you for Summer School. A follow-up email will be sent out to all interested and eligible students with clear instructions on how to register for the Summer School Driver Education Program.

Attention Students:

Do you ever get a sweet tooth in the middle of class?  This Monday, we have a solution!  The Maine East VEI class will be selling baked goods for only $1 all day this Monday, January 13th. All the proceeds will be going towards materials for the national competition we are attending in February. Please come buy and help us out. Thank you!

Attention Students:

Did you know that your cost for prom and senior breakfast FOR ALL MAINE EAST STUDENTS is lower when ALL STUDENTS support class council fundraisers? Consider buying a pair of Maine East black sweatpants for $25 at the bookstore to support your prom and senior breakfast! On Sale NOW!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.

Wednesday January 8, 2020

Attention Maine East: 

M.E. Cares is hosting an ALL DAY fundraiser at the Morton Grove Moretti’s (just eat of us, on Dempster) this Thursday January 9th. Pick-up dinner on your way home or bring your family to Moretti’s on Thursday January 9th. Mention the fundraiser or show the flier, posted around the school, and a percentage your meal will support our efforts to clean plastics from the oceans.

Attention Students:

Taboo, Taboo, Taboo! The Youth Connect Taboo Tournament is next week, Tuesday 14 at 3:25 pm in Room 230. There are snacks and prizes! If you want to join the fun with over 80 staff & students, contact Mr. Olson.  All ability levels are welcome!

Attention Students Interested in Summer School Driver Education:

Be sure to check your email this week as information for Summer School Driver Education will be sent out to ALL students meeting the age requirement. Fillinoug out the information DOES NOT automatically register you for Summer School. A follow-up email will be sent out to all interested and eligible students with clear instructions on how to register for the Summer School Driver Education Program.

Attention Students:

Do you ever get a sweet tooth in the middle of class?  This Monday, we have a solution!  The Maine East VEI class will be selling baked goods for only $1 all day this Monday, January 13th. All the proceeds will be going towards materials for the national competition we are attending in February. Please come buy and help us out. Thank you!

Tuesday January 7, 2020

Attention Maine East: 

M.E. Cares is hosting an ALL DAY fundraiser at the Morton Grove Moretti’s (just eat of us, on Dempster) this Thursday January 9th. Pick-up dinner on your way home or bring your family to Moretti’s on Thursday January 9th. Mention the fundraiser or show the flier, posted around the school, and a percentage your meal will support our efforts to clean plastics from the oceans.

Attention Students:

Taboo, Taboo, Taboo! The Youth Connect Taboo Tournament is next week, Tuesday 14 at 3:25 pm in Room 230. There are snacks and prizes! If you want to join the fun with over 80 staff & students, contact Mr. Olson.  All ability levels are welcome!

Attention Students Interested in Summer School Driver Education:

Be sure to check your email this week as information for Summer School Driver Education will be sent out to ALL students meeting the age requirement. Fillinoug out the information DOES NOT automatically register you for Summer School. A follow-up email will be sent out to all interested and eligible students with clear instructions on how to register for the Summer School Driver Education Program.

Monday January 6, 2020

Attention Students:

Taboo, Taboo, Taboo! The Youth Connect Taboo Tournament is next week, Tuesday 14 at 3:25 pm in Room 230. There are snacks and prizes! If you want to join the fun with over 80 staff & students, contact Mr. Olson.  All ability levels are welcome!

Wednesday December 18, 2019

Attention Students:

Finals Schedule for this week:

 

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:30-10:00 am – Period 1 Period 2 Period 7 Period 8
10:15-11:45 am – Period 3 Period 4 Period 5 Period 6

Monday December 16, 2019

Attention Students:

The last day for test make-up is today, Monday, December 16th. The Test Center WILL NOT be open during Finals. Do not wait until the last minute to make-up a test. Seating is limited!

Friday December 13, 2019

 

Attentions Students:

There will be Track and Field open-gyms for any interested students, not currently participating in a winter sport, today. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students:

The last day for test make-up is Monday, December 16th. The Test Center WILL NOT be open during Finals. Do not wait until the last minute to make-up a test. Seating is limited!

Thursday December 12, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s Winter Spirit Week AND the Week Before Finals! Get your holly, jolly spirit rolling and plan ahead:  Tomorrow, Friday, is Maine East Spirit Wear and the Spirit Assembly!

Attention Students:

Come make Holiday Gift Jars with Ms. Reitz Friday December 13th, after school. Sign up outside of Room 232 by today, Thursday to make Hot Chocolate OR Cookie Jars on Friday after school See you there!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Today, Thursday is the last day to see the PRIME TIME Art Show, hosted by the LRC. Stop by the Library to see the amazing artwork created by our first-level are, photography, design and materials, and digital imaging students.

 

Attention Students:

Ho, ho, ho! Please join us in the student cafeteria on Friday December 13 from 7:30 to 8:15 for our annual Cocoa with Santa. Get your hot cup of cocoa and your choice of selected toppings for only $1. All proceeds will support MECARES and is sponsored by your PE Junior Leaders. Special guest “Kristi”, our very own Elf Dog, will be ready for pictures with Santa [email protected] See you there at Santa’s workshop!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open-gym Friday mornings, 6:00 to 7:30 am, before winter break, in the ABCD Gym. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play. Questions? See Coach Howley.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

 

Attention Students:

What side? East side! Show your Maine East Spirit on Friday, December 13th, by adding cool accessories to your outfit. On sale at the bookstore are Blue Demon Horns, Blue Pompom Head-Boppers, and Metallic blue beads. All proceeds benefit Class Council Activities.

Attention Students:

Stress Ball, Stress Ball, Stress Ball.  Make your very own de-stress ball today. Thursday, December 12th, after school in the Student Council Room 149.

Attentions Students:

There will be Track and Field open-gyms for any interested students, not currently participating in a winter sport, Friday. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students:

The last day for test make-up is Monday, December 16th. The Test Center WILL NOT be open during Finals. Do not wait until the last minute to make-up a test. Seating is limited!

Wednesday December 11, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s Winter Spirit Week AND the Week Before Finals! Get your holly, jolly spirit rolling and plan ahead:  Thursday is Flannel Day and Friday is Maine East Spirit Wear.

Attention Students:

Come make Holiday Gift Jars with Ms. Reitz Friday December 13th, after school. Sign up outside of Room 232 by Thursday to make Hot Chocolate OR Cookie Jars on Friday after school See you there!

 

Attention Students and Staff:

This week, through Thursday, the LRC is hosting the PRIME TIME Art Show. Stop by the Library to see the amazing artwork created by our first-level are, photography, design and materials, and digital imaging students.

 

Attention Students:

Ho, ho, ho! Please join us in the student cafeteria on Friday December 13 from 7:30 to 8:15 for our annual Cocoa with Santa. Get your hot cup of cocoa and your choice of selected toppings for only $1. All proceeds will support MECARES and is sponsored by your PE Junior Leaders. Special guest “Kristi”, our very own Elf Dog, will be ready for pictures with Santa [email protected] See you there at Santa’s workshop!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open-gym Friday mornings, 6:00 to 7:30 am, before winter break, in the ABCD Gym. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play. Questions? See Coach Howley.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

 

Attention Students:

What side? East side! Show your Maine East Spirit on Friday, December 13th, by adding cool accessories to your outfit. On sale at the bookstore are Blue Demon Horns, Blue Pompom Head-Boppers, and Metallic blue beads. All proceeds benefit Class Council Activities.

Attention Students:

Stress Ball, Stress Ball, Stress Ball.  Make your very own de-stress ball on Thursday, December 12th, after school in the Student Council Room 149.

Attentions Students:

There will be Track and Field open-gyms for any interested students, not currently participating in a winter sport, today, Wednesday and Friday. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students:

The last day for test make-up is Monday, December 16th. The Test Center WILL NOT be open during Finals. Do not wait until the last minute to make-up a test. Seating is limited!

Tuesday December 10, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s Winter Spirit Week AND the Week Before Finals! Get your holly, jolly spirit rolling and plan ahead:  Wednesday is Ugly Sweater Competition; Thursday is Flannel Day; Friday is Maine East Spirit Wear.

Attention Students:

Come make Holiday Gift Jars with Ms. Reitz Friday December 13th, after school. Sign up outside of Room 232 by Thursday to make Hot Chocolate OR Cookie Jars on Friday after school See you there!

Attention Students:

Today is International Human Rights Day.  Join the Human Rights Defenders “Write for Rights” event today after school today in Room 230.to take direct action against governments who have denied basic human rights. Make a difference. You can help. 

Attention Students and Staff:

This week, through Thursday, the LRC is hosting the PRIME TIME Art Show. Stop by the Library to see the amazing artwork created by our first-level are, photography, design and materials, and digital imaging students.

Attention Students and Staff:

Hellenic Club is hosting a bake sale throughout the day, and after school, today Tuesday December 10th, outside the bookstore. Everything will be just $1. See you then!

Attention Students:

Need an Ugly Sweater for Winter Spirit Week? Fashion Club is hosting “Make you Own Ugly Sweater” after school today, Tuesday December 10th, in the fashion room. Room 153!

Attention Students:

Ho, ho, ho! Please join us in the student cafeteria on Friday December 13 from 7:30 to 8:15 for our annual Cocoa with Santa. Get your hot cup of cocoa and your choice of selected toppings for only $1. All proceeds will support MECARES and is sponsored by your PE Junior Leaders. Special guest “Kristi”, our very own Elf Dog, will be ready for pictures with Santa [email protected] See you there at Santa’s workshop!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open-gym Friday mornings, 6:00 to 7:30 am, before winter break, in the ABCD Gym. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play. Questions? See Coach Howley.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

 

Attention Students:

Finals got ya feeling stressed? Chill out a little and join Student Council and Mr. Disrude for a morning of relaxing breath and yoga! Meet us tomorrow, Tuesday December 10th, at 7:30 am in the Dance Room! See you there.

Attention Students:

What side? East side! Show your Maine East Spirit on Friday, December 13th, by adding cool accessories to your outfit. On sale at the bookstore are Blue Demon Horns, Blue Pompom Head-Boppers, and Metallic blue beads. All proceeds benefit Class Council Activities.

Attention Students:

Stress Ball, Stress Ball, Stress Ball.  Make your very own de-stress ball on Thursday, December 12th, after school in the Student Council Room 149.

Attentions Students:

There will be Track and Field open-gyms for any interested students, not currently participating in a winter sport, this week Wednesday and Friday. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students:

The last day for test make-up is Monday, December 16th. The Test Center WILL NOT be open during Finals. Do not wait until the last minute to make-up a test. Seating is limited!

 

 

 

Monday December 9, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s Winter Spirit Week AND the Week Before Finals! Get your holly, jolly spirit rolling and plan ahead: Tuesday is Cozy Winter Wear; Wednesday is Ugly Sweater Compitition; Thursday is Flannel Day; Friday is Maine East Spirit Wear.

Attention Students and Staff:

This week Monday through Thursday the LRC is hosting the PRIME TIME Art Show. Stop by the Library to see the amazing artwork created by our first-level are, photography, design and materials, and digital imaging students.

Attention Students and Staff:

Hellenic Club is hosting a bake sale throughout the day, and after school, on Tuesday December 10th outside the bookstore. Everything will be just $1. See you then!

Attention Students:

Ho, ho, ho! Please join us in the student cafeteria on Friday December 13 from 7:30 to 8:15 for our annual Cocoa with Santa. Get your hot cup of cocoa and your choice of selected toppings for only $1. All proceeds will support MECARES and is sponsored by your PE Junior Leaders. Special guest “Kristi”, our very own Elf Dog, will be ready for pictures with Santa [email protected] See you there at Santa’s workshop!

Attention Girls:

There will be badminton open-gym Friday mornings, 6:00 to 7:30 am, before winter break, in the ABCD Gym. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play. Questions? See Coach Howley.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

Attention Students:

The World Language Clubs Holiday Party will be on Wednesday December 11th, at 3:30 pm in Room 330.  Sign-up with your language club sponsor by the end of the day TODAY,  Monday, December 9th. See you there!!

Attention Students:

Finals got ya feeling stressed? Chill out a little and join Student Council and Mr. Disrude for a morning of relaxing breath and yoga! Meet us tomorrow, Tuesday December 10th, at 7:30 am in the Dance Room! See you there.

Attention Students:

What side? East side! Show your Maine East Spirit on Friday, December 13th, by adding cool accessories to your outfit. On sale at the bookstore are Blue Demon Horns, Blue Pompom Head-Boppers, and Metallic blue beads. All proceeds benefit Class Council Activities.

Attention Students:

Stress Ball, Stress Ball, Stress Ball.  Make your very own de-stress ball on Thursday, December 12th, after school in the Student Council Room 149.

Attention Bookworms:

Want to read the latest young adult literature? Join the Reading Club in the Library Mural Room on Wednesdays. Our book, after the new year, is “Nyxia” by Scott Reintgen. See Ms. Lee-Chin in Room 245 for more information.

Attentions Students:

There will be Track and Field open-gyms for any interested students, not currently participating in a winter sport, this week Wednesday and Friday. Please meet in the field house immediately after school.

Attention Students:

The last day for test make-up is Monday, December 16th. The Test Center WILL NOT be open during Finals. Do not wait until the last minute to make-up a test. Seating is limited!

Attention Students:

Need an Ugly Sweater for Winter Spirit Week? Fashion Club is hosting “Make you Own Ugly Sweater” after school tomorrow, Tuesday December 10th, in the fashion room.

 

 

Friday December 6, 2019

 

Attention Girls:

There will be Badminton open-gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, before winter break. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.  Questions~see Coach Howley.

Attention Students and Staff:

MECARES is hosting their 4th Annual Silent Auction! Don’t miss your chance to score some great items while also raising money for ocean cleanup. The auction closes at 3:30 pm today, Friday, so check back often. Scan the QR code on any of the auctions flyers to visit the website or go to 32auctions.com/mecares2019 to check out the items. See Ms. Samlan if you have any questions or stop by Room 232 to see all items in person.

Attention Ladies and Gentlemen:

Come to the Chipotle on Golf Road in Niles on Sunday December 8th, between 4 pm and 8 pm, and eat to support Maine East Rotary Interact Club as they raise funds to build a well in Haiti! Show a picture of the flyers in the hallways from your smartphone OR tell the cashier you are there to support Maine East Rotary Interact and 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Rotary Interact.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

Attention Students:

The World Language Clubs Holiday Party will be on Wednesday December 11th, at 3:30 pm in Room 330.  Sign-up with your language club sponsor by the end of the day on Monday, December 9th. See you there!!

Attention Students:

Need an Ugly Sweater for Winter Spirit Week? Fashion Club is hosting “Make you Own Ugly Sweater” after school on Tuesday December 10th, in the fashion room.

Attention Students:

Stress Ball, Stress Ball, Stress Ball.  Make your very own de-stress ball on Thursday, December 12th, after school in the Student Council Room 149.

Attention Students:

Get your Jolly Spirit ready-Next week is Winter Spirit Week!
Merry Monday – dress in winter pajamas
Tuesday – Cozy winter gear
Wednesday – Ugly Sweater Competition
Thursday – Flannel Day
Friday – Maine East Spirit Wear

Thursday December 5, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s not too late to join the Speech Team! In fact, the speech team would like to invite you to attend their tournament this Saturday so you can learn what the Speech Team is like. Come after school to Room 145 today, Thursday, for more information. See Mr. Hankins in Student Services with questions.

Attention Girls:

There will be Badminton open-gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, before winter break. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.  Questions~see Coach Howley.

Attention Students:

Back by popular demand… Pizza sales after school today, Thursday!  $2 for a slice of hot pizza and $1 for pop… Support class council and we’ll see you by the bookstore!

Attention Students and Staff:

MECARES is hosting their 4th Annual Silent Auction this week! Don’t miss your chance to score some great items while also raising money for ocean cleanup. The auction closes tomorrow, Friday, December 6th at 3:30 pm, so check back often. Scan the QR code on any of the auctions flyers to visit the website or go to 32auctions.com/mecares2019 to check out the items. See Ms. Samlan if you have any questions or stop by Room 232 to see all items in person.

Attention Ladies and Gentlemen:

Come to the Chipotle on Golf Road in Niles on Sunday December 8th, between 4 pm and 8 pm, and eat to support Maine East Rotary Interact Club as they raise funds to build a well in Haiti! Show a picture of the flyers in the hallways from your smartphone OR tell the cashier you are there to support Maine East Rotary Interact and 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Rotary Interact.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

Attention Students:

The Black Student Union is hosting our 2nd Annual Demon Fusion Holiday Gathering after school tomorrow, Friday, December 6th in Room 230. This free event is an opportunity to celebrate the amazing diversity of Maine East through music, games, and food. ALL students are welcome. Please see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic if you have any questions.

Attention Freshmen:

Today, counselors will be providing their next counselor lesson. Freshmen will attend during the block they have freshmen study, Lyceum, or Seminar. Check your email for more information.

Attention Students:

The World Language Clubs Holiday Party will be on Wednesday December 11th, at 3:30 pm in Room 330.  Sign-up with your language club sponsor by the end of the day on Monday, December 9th. See you there!!

Attention Students:

Need an Ugly Sweater for Winter Spirit Week? Fashion Club is hosting “Make you Own Ugly Sweater” after school on Tuesday December 10th, in the fashion room.

Attention Students:

Stress Ball, Stress Ball, Stress Ball.  Make your very own de-stress ball on Thursday, December 12th, after school in the Student Council Room 149.

Attention Students:

Get your Jolly Spirit ready-Next week is Winter Spirit Week!
Merry Monday – dress in winter pajamas
Tuesday – Cozy winter gear
Wednesday – Ugly Sweater Competition
Thursday – Flannel Day
Friday – Maine East Spirit Wear

Wednesday December 4, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s not too late to join the Speech Team! In fact, the speech team would like to invite you to attend their tournament this Saturday so you can learn what the Speech Team is like. Come after school to Room 145 today, Wednesday or Thursday this week for more information. See Mr. Hankins in Student Services with questions.

Attention Girls:

There will be Badminton open-gym on Friday mornings, 6:00 am to 7:30 am, before winter break. Racquets and shuttles will be provided. Come ready to play.  Questions~see Coach Howley.

Attention Students:

Back by popular demand… Pizza sales after school Thursday!  $2 for a slice of hot pizza and $1 for pop… Support class council and we’ll see you by the bookstore!

Attention Students and Staff:

MECARES is hosting their 4th Annual Silent Auction this week! Don’t miss your chance to score some great items while also raising money for ocean cleanup. The auction closes this Friday, December 6th at 3:30 pm, so check back often. Scan the QR code on any of the auctions flyers to visit the website or go to 32auctions.com/mecares2019 to check out the items. See Ms. Samlan if you have any questions or stop by Room 232 to see all items in person.

Attention Ladies and Gentlemen:

Come to the Chipotle on Golf Road in Niles on Sunday December 8th, between 4 pm and 8 pm, and eat to support Maine East Rotary Interact Club as they raise funds to build a well in Haiti! Show a picture of the flyers in the hallways from your smartphone OR tell the cashier you are there to support Maine East Rotary Interact and 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Rotary Interact.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

Attention Students:

The Black Student Union is hosting our 2nd Annual Demon Fusion Holiday Gathering after school this Friday, December 6th in Room 230. This free event is an opportunity to celebrate the amazing diversity of Maine East through music, games, and food. ALL students are welcome. Please see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic if you have any questions.

Attention Freshmen:

Today and Thursday, counselors will be providing their next counselor lesson. Freshmen will attend during the block they have freshmen study, Lyceum, or Seminar. Check your email for more information.

Attention Students:

Get your Jolly Spirit ready-Next week is Winter Spirit Week!
Merry Monday – dress in winter pajamas
Tuesday – Cozy winter gear
Wednesday – Ugly Sweater Competition
Thursday – Flannel Day
Friday – Maine East Spirit Wear

Tuesday December 3, 2019

 

Attention Students:

It’s not too late to join the Speech Team! In fact, the speech team would like to invite you to attend their tournament this Saturday so you can learn what the Speech Team is like. Come after school to Room 145 today, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for more information. See Mr. Hankins in Student Services with questions.

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from now until December 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

Attention Students:

Italian Club is sponsoring Carnation Appreciation Day! Have you thought about who you’re going to send a carnation to?? Get yours today~ONE DAY ONLY!! Visit the Holiday Carnation table today, Tuesday December 3rd, before school, 1st period, 5th period, and after school.  ONE DAY ONLY! $2 for one carnation; $3 for one carnation and delivery; $3 for five carnations and free delivery!

Attention Students:

The Black Student Union is hosting our 2nd Annual Demon Fusion Holiday Gathering after school this Friday, December 6th in Room 230. This free event is an opportunity to celebrate the amazing diversity of Maine East through music, games, and food. ALL students are welcome. Please see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic if you have any questions.

Attention Freshmen:

On Wednesday and Thursday, counselors will be providing their next counselor lesson. Freshmen will attend during the block they have freshmen study, Lyceum, or Seminar. Check your email for more information.

Monday December 2, 2019

 

Attention Students and Staff:

Lyceum is hosting a winter clothing, food, and toiletries drive from December 2nd to 13th. Boxes will be found at multiple entrances throughout the school. All proceeds will go towards helping immigrants in Chicago-land area who have recently left detention centers and are in need of basic supplies.

Attention Students:

Italian Club is sponsoring Carnation Appreciation Day! Purchase your holiday carnations for people you want to say “thank you” to or wish a “happy holiday” season to, or just brighten someone’s day. Italian club will be selling carnations and note-cards and will even deliver them to a specific locker for you! Visit the Holiday Carnation table tomorrow, Tuesday December 3rd, before school, 1st period, 5th period, and after school.  ONE DAY ONLY! $2 for one carnation; $3 for one carnation and delivery; $3 for five carnations and free delivery!

Attention Students:

The Black Student Union is hosting our 2nd Annual Demon Fusion Holiday Gathering after school this Friday, December 6th in Room 230. This free event is an opportunity to celebrate the amazing diversity of Maine East through music, games, and food. ALL students are welcome. Please see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic if you have any questions.

Attention Freshmen:

On Wednesday and Thursday, counselors will be providing their next counselor lesson. Freshmen will attend during the block they have freshmen study, Lyceum, or Seminar. Check your email for more information.

Friday, November 22, 2019

 

Attention Students:

Maine East Fashion will be hosting their first annual Pop Up Shop featuring their fall collection. This retail store will showcase fashion student’s original designs. Come support them on Monday November 25th and Tuesday November 26th – 3rd through 6th period by shopping and voting for your favorite creation!

Attention Juniors and Seniors:

The Junior/Senior Lounge in Room 230 will be closed all day on Friday, November 22nd. You may use the 330 Lounge.

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Thursday, November 21, 2019

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors:

The Junior/Senior Lounge in Room 230 will be closed all day on Friday, November 22nd. You may use the 330 Lounge.

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Attention Juniors:

On Wednesday November 20th and Thursday November 21st, counselors will be providing a lesson to all juniors about post-secondary planning and career exploration. Keep an eye out for an email from Mr. Wartick with more information about when and where the lessons will be taught.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

 

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Attention Juniors:

On Wednesday November 20th and Thursday November 21st, counselors will be providing a lesson to all juniors about post-secondary planning and career exploration. Keep an eye out for an email from Mr. Wartick with more information about when and where the lessons will be taught.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

 

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Attention Juniors:

On Wednesday November 20th and Thursday November 21st, counselors will be providing a lesson to all juniors about post-secondary planning and career exploration. Keep an eye out for an email from Mr. Wartick with more information about when and where the lessons will be taught.

Monday, November 18, 2019

 

Attention Latino Club Members:

Students who intend to run for Latino Club officer positions must submit their names and position they are running for to Ms. Baima, by email, by Friday November 15th. There will be a mandatory meeting for all students running for office on Monday, November 18th at 3:30 pm in Room 309.

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Attention Juniors:

On Wednesday November 20th and Thursday November 21st, counselors will be providing a lesson to all juniors about post-secondary planning and career exploration. Keep an eye out for an email from Mr. Wartick with more information about when and where the lessons will be taught.

Friday, November 15, 2019

 

Attention Latino Club Members:

Students who intend to run for Latino Club officer positions must submit their names and position they are running for to Ms. Baima, by email, by Friday November 15th. There will be a mandatory meeting for all students running for office on Monday, November 18th at 3:30 pm in Room 309.

Attention Students:

Show your sweetie how sweet they are with a tasty treat that will also help the environment. Join Hellenic Club and ME Cares and the Hellenic Club outside the bookstore immediately after school on Friday 11/15/19 to enjoy items from the bake sale.!

Attention Students:

Ever wanted to see some of your favorite teachers do more than teach? How about singing, dancing, or showcasing their hidden talents? If you answered yes, then come check out Maine East’s 5th Annual Coffee House Faculty Open Mic Night on Friday November 15 at 6:00 pm on the auditorium stage. The price is $5 at the door and the proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Boosters. Come have fun night of coffee, sweets, and teacher-led entertainment!

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Attention Juniors:

On Wednesday November 20th and Thursday November 21st, counselors will be providing a lesson to all juniors about post-secondary planning and career exploration. Keep an eye out for an email from Mr. Wartick with more information about when and where the lessons will be taught.

Thursday November 14, 2019

 

Attention Latino Club Members:

Students who intend to run for Latino Club officer positions must submit their names and position they are running for to Ms. Baima, by email, by Friday November 15th. There will be a mandatory meeting for all students running for office on Monday, November 18th at 3:30 pm in Room 309.

Attention Filipino Club:

We will meet today from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in Room 330 to plan future events and parties.  New members are always welcome! See or email Ms. Sabatello if you have any questions.

Attention Students:

Show your sweetie how sweet they are with a tasty treat that will also help the environment. Join Hellenic Club and ME Cares and the Hellenic Club outside the bookstore immediately after school on Friday 11/15/19 to enjoy items from the bake sale.!

Attention Language Learning and Exchange Club:

Are you interested in learning about the Assyrian Language and Culture? Come join the Language Learning and Exchange Club and Assyrian Club on Thursday, November 14th at 3:30 in Room 230! Come join us to learn Assyrian through conversation, culture, and games. Hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Ever wanted to see some of your favorite teachers do more than teach? How about singing, dancing, or showcasing their hidden talents? If you answered yes, then come check out Maine East’s 5th Annual Coffee House Faculty Open Mic Night on Friday November 15 at 6:00 pm on the auditorium stage. The price is $5 at the door and the proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Boosters. Come have fun night of coffee, sweets, and teacher-led entertainment!

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Attention Juniors:

On Wednesday November 20th and Thursday November 21st, counselors will be providing a lesson to all juniors about post-secondary planning and career exploration. Keep an eye out for an email from Mr. Wartick with more information about when and where the lessons will be taught.

Wednesday November 13, 2019

Attention Latino Club Members:

We will show the November movie today,  Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm in Room 309.  Also, please do not forget to email your intent to run for office to Ms. Baima by this Friday, November 15.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be today, November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-varsity tryouts will be today, Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Filipino Club:

We will meet tomorrow, Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in Room 330 to plan future events and parties.  New members are always welcome! See or email Ms. Sabatello if you have any questions.

Attention Students:

Join ME Cares and the Hellenic Club in preserving marine life by purchasing delicious baked goods outside the bookstore immediately after school on Friday 11/15/19!

Attention Students:

Today, Wednesday, November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 81010.

Attention Freshmen Girls:

The girls soccer team would like to invite all freshmen girls interested in playing soccer to come out and meet the coaching staff this Wednesday, November 13, at 3:30 pm in Room 173. Pizza and drinks will be served!  See you there!

Attention Language Learning and Exchange Club:

Are you interested in learning about the Assyrian Language and Culture? Come join the Language Learning and Exchange Club and Assyrian Club on Thursday, November 14th at 3:30 in Room 230! Come join us to learn Assyrian through conversation, culture, and games. Hope to see you there.

Attention Students:

Ever wanted to see some of your favorite teachers do more than teach? How about singing, dancing, or showcasing their hidden talents? If you answered yes, then come check out Maine East’s 5th Annual Coffee House Faculty Open Mic Night on Friday November 15 at 6:00 pm on the auditorium stage. The price is $5 at the door and the proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Boosters. Come have fun night of coffee, sweets, and teacher-led entertainment!

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

 

Tuesday November 12, 2019

Attention Students:

Today, November 12, Fashion Club will be meeting after school in room 153 for the showing of fashion movie “The Devil Wears Prada”! Movie snacks will be provided!  In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Attention Italian Club:

We will have our next gathering this Wednesday at 7:45 am. You can still join by paying $3 at the bookstore. Join us for breakfast, meet new people, and be the first to see the new Italian Club apparel! A presto!

Attention Filipino Club:

We will meet this Wednesday from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in Room 330 to plan future events and parties.  New members are always welcome! See or email Ms. Sabatello if you have any questions.

Attention Latino Club Members:

We will show the November movie today, Tuesday November 12 AND Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm in Room 309.  You do not have to attend both days but, you may if you wish. Also, please do not forget to email your intent to run for office to Ms. Baima by this Friday, November 15.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be held tomorrow, November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-varsity tryouts will be Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Students:

Join ME Cares and the Hellenic Club in preserving marine life by purchasing delicious baked goods outside the bookstore immediately after school on Friday 11/15/19!

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

Wednesday, November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 81010.

Attention Freshmen Girls:

The girls soccer team would like to invite all freshmen girls interested in playing soccer to come out and meet the coaching staff this Wednesday, November 13, at 3:30 pm in Room 173. Pizza and drinks will be served!  See you there!

Attention Students:

Ever wanted to see some of your favorite teachers do more than teach? How about singing, dancing, or showcasing their hidden talents? If you answered yes, then come check out Maine East’s 5th Annual Coffee House Faculty Open Mic Night on Friday November 15 at 6:00 pm on the auditorium stage. The price is $5 at the door and the proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Boosters. Come have fun night of coffee, sweets, and teacher-led entertainment!

Attention Students:

Auditions for the Maine East musical “Legally Blonde” are Monday November 18! Audition clinics are Monday 11/18 at 3:30 pm in the Actors’ Stdio.  Auditions are Monday November 25th and Callbacks are Monday December 2. Audition materials will be posted soon on the Maine East Fine Arts website. Don’t miss out on this blockbuster production!

Monday November 11, 2019

 

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be held on Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-tryouts for freshmen and sophomores will begin today,  November 11th at 3:30 pm in the ABCD gym. Varsity tryouts will be Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 81010.

Attention Students:

Tuesday, November 12, Fashion Club will be meeting after school in room 153 for the showing of fashion movie “The Devil Wears Prada”! Movie snacks will be provided!  In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Attention Students:

Ever wanted to see some of your favorite teachers do more than teach? How about singing, dancing, or showcasing their hidden talents? If you answered yes, then come check out Maine East’s 5th Annual Coffee House Faculty Open Mic Night on Friday November 15 at 6:00 pm on the auditorium stage. The price is $5 at the door and the proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Boosters. Come have fun night of coffee, sweets, and teacher-led entertainment!

Friday November 8, 2019

Attention Students and Staff:

See the V-Show Friday and Saturday, November, 8 and 9 at 7:30 pm! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Maine East Track & Field:

All those young men and women interested in competing on the Maine East track and field team this spring, there is an informational meeting immediately after school today in room 230.  Please plan on attending. If you cannot attend please see Coach Peters or Coach Kramer.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be held on Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-tryouts for freshmen and sophomores will begin on November 11th at 3:30 pm in the ABCD gym. Varsity tryouts will be Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 81010.

Attention Students:

Next Tuesday, November 12, Fashion Club will be meeting after school in room 153 for the showing of fashion movie “The Devil Wears Prada”! Movie snacks will be provided!  In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Attention Students:

Ever wanted to see some of your favorite teachers do more than teach? How about singing, dancing, or showcasing their hidden talents? If you answered yes, then come check out Maine East’s 5th Annual Coffee House Faculty Open Mic Night on Friday November 15 at 6:00 pm on the auditorium stage. The price is $5 at the door and the proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Boosters. Come have fun night of coffee, sweets, and teacher-led entertainment!

Thursday November 7, 2019

Attention Students:

Language, Learning, and Exchange will be meeting today, Thursday November 7th at 3:30 pm in Room 230! Come join us to learn languages through conversation, culture, and games! Hope to see you there.

Attention Students

Back by popular demand…Pizza sales after school today, Thursday! $2 for a slice of hot pizza and $1 for pop…Support class council and we’ll see you by the bookstore!

Attention Students and Staff:

Opening night for V-Show is today, matinee at 4:00 pm, Thursday November 7; Friday and Saturday, November, 8 and 9 at 7:30 pm! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Maine East Track & Field:

All those young men and women interested in competing on the Maine East track and field team this spring, there is an informational meeting immediately after school on Friday in room 230.  Please plan on attending. If you cannot attend please see Coach Peters or Coach Kramer.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be held on Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-tryouts for freshmen and sophomores will begin on November 11th at 3:30 pm in the ABCD gym. Varsity tryouts will be Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 82020.

Attention Students:

Next Tuesday, November 12, Fashion Club will be meeting after school in room 153 for the showing of fashion movie “The Devil Wears Prada”! Movie snacks will be provided!  In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Wednesday November 6, 2019

Attention Students:

Bagg-o Club meets every Wednesday right after school in the first floor science wing. Come join the fun. All are welcome. Prizes are given to the top 3 winners.

Attention Students:

Language, Learning, and Exchange will be meeting Thursday November 7th at 3:30 pm in Room 230! Come join us to learn languages through conversation, culture, and games! Hope to see you there.

Attention Students

Back by popular demand…Pizza sales after school Thursday! $2 for a slice of hot pizza and $1 for pop…Support class council and we’ll see you by the bookstore!

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Maine East Track & Field:

All those young men and women interested in competing on the Maine East track and field team this spring, there is an informational meeting immediately after school on Friday in room 230.  Please plan on attending. If you cannot attend please see Coach Peters or Coach Kramer.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be held on Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-tryouts for freshmen and sophomores will begin on November 11th at 3:30 pm in the ABCD gym. Varsity tryouts will be Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 82020.

Tuesday November 5, 2019

Attention Students:

Bagg-o Club meets every Wednesday right after school in the first floor science wing. Come join the fun. All are welcome. Prizes are given to the top 3 winners.

Attention all Gamers:

The Gamer’s Guild is recruiting for their Varsity E-sports teams for the following games: League of Legends, Rocket League, Overwatch, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. If you are interested in competing and joining the varsity roster for any of those games, please contact Mr. Gonzalez. The Gamer’s Guild meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in the Mural Room in the Library.

Attention Students:

Language, Learning, and Exchange will be meeting Thursday November 7th at 3:30 pm in Room 230! Come join us to learn languages through conversation, culture, and games! Hope to see you there.

Attention Students

Back by popular demand…Pizza sales after school Thursday! $2 for a slice of hot pizza and $1 for pop…Support class council and we’ll see you by the bookstore!

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Attention Students:

All boys interested in swimming and diving in the winter should attend the informational meeting that will be held on Wednesday November 13 at 3:30 pm at the pool. If you have any questions, please email Coach Natalia Bialecki or come by the pool after school.

Attention Students:

All boys interested in playing basketball this year-tryouts for freshmen and sophomores will begin on November 11th at 3:30 pm in the ABCD gym. Varsity tryouts will be Wednesday November 13th from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm in the field house. If you were NOT on the varsity team last last year, this is the tryout you MUST attend in order to be considered for this year’s team. In order to tryout ALL boys must be completely registered on the Maine East 8to18 site and have a CURRENT physical on file with either Mr. Schanz or Mrs. Schneider in the athletic department. The athletic department is located next to the field house.

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

November 13 is World Kindness Day! Sign up to receive an hourly reminder of how you can practice kindness in your daily lives. Text @wkind2019 to 82020.

  

Friday November 1, 2019

Attention Students:

Girls basketball tryouts are on Monday November 4th, from 3:30 to 5:30 in the ABCD Gym. You must be registered and have a current physical on file to tryout. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions.

Attention all Gamers:

The Gamer’s Guild is recruiting for their Varsity E-sports teams for the following games: League of Legends, Rocket League, Overwatch, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. If you are interested in competing and joining the varsity roster for any of those games, please contact Mr. Gonzalez. The Gamer’s Guild meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in the Mural Room in the Library.

Attention Students and Staff:

All students, with the exception of Seniors (whose portraits are on the senior pages already), and staff have the opportunity for a photo-retake on Tuesday November 5, in the Auditorium Lobby, from 8:15 am to 3:00 pm.  This is the last time the portrait photographer will be in the building for this academic year!

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Attention Students:

Korean Club will have its regular meeting on Monday November 4 at 7:30 am, in Room 240. Come help make plans for the rest of the year. Any questions, see Mrs. Lee in the English Department.

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Attention Students:

There is a girls basketball open-gym after school today from 3:30-5:00 pm in the field house. Tryouts are on Monday November 4th, from 3:30 to 5:30 in the ABCD Gym. You must be registered and have a current physical on file to tryout. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions.

Attention all Gamers:

The Gamer’s Guild is recruiting for their Varsity E-sports teams for the following games: League of Legends, Rocket League, Overwatch, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. If you are interested in competing and joining the varsity roster for any of those games, please contact Mr. Gonzalez. The Gamer’s Guild meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in the Mural Room in the Library.

Attention Students and Staff:

All students, with the exception of Seniors (whose portraits are on the senior pages already), and staff have the opportunity for a photo-retake on Tuesday November 5, in the Auditorium Lobby, from 8:15 am to 3:00 pm.  This is the last time the portrait photographer will be in the building for this academic year!

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Attention Students:

Korean Club will have its regular meeting on Monday November 4 at 7:30 am, in Room 240. Come help make plans for the rest of the year. Any questions, see Mrs. Lee in the English Department.

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Attention all Gamers:

The Gamer’s Guild is recruiting for their Varsity E-sports teams for the following games: League of Legends, Rocket League, Overwatch, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. If you are interested in competing and joining the varsity roster for any of those games, please contact Mr. Gonzalez. The Gamer’s Guild meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in the Mural Room in the Library.

Attention Students and Staff:

All students, with the exception of Seniors (whose portraits are on the senior pages already), and staff have the opportunity for a photo-retake on Tuesday November 5, in the Auditorium Lobby, from 8:15 am to 3:00 pm.  This is the last time the portrait photographer will be in the building for this academic year!

Attention Coaches, Club Sponsors, and Students who like stickers

Does your Chromebook need more color?  Would you like to promote your club or sport?  Graphic Arts club is creating customized stickers for teams and clubs.  Please see the order form in the DSA or see Mr. Schneider for details.  Stickers are only $2 each.

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with a D.J. and South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Attention Freshmen: 

Freshmen study in rooms 020 and 034 will be cancelled today, Wednesday, October 30 due to PSAT testing. Freshmen are asked to go to the cafeteria or the library during their scheduled study period. Freshmen study on Thursday October 31 will take place as usual. 

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Attention Students:

Yearbook pictures will be taken today, Tuesday October 29, in the field house for Clubs, Organizations, Honor Groups, and Leader Positions.  Your sponsor, teacher, or coach will have hall passes for you, so please make a point to get yours so you can be represented in the 2019-2020 Lens!  There are Bright Orange signs posted on the hallways throughout the building.  Please take a moment to look for your time. Student Leaders should  plan on staying for a second photo to be placed in the Leader-Board. Smile and say “Blue Demon!”

Attention Students:

There is a Girls basketball open gym after school today from 3:30-5:00 pm in the Field House. Tryouts are on Monday, November 4th from 3:30-5:30 in the ABCD gym. You must be registered and have a current physical on file to tryout. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions!”
 

Attention Students and Staff:

All students, with the exception of Seniors (whose portraits are on the senior pages already, and staff have the opportunity for a photo-retake on Tuesday November 5, in the Auditorium Lobby, from 8:15 am to 3:00 pm.  This it the last time the portrait photographer will be in the building for this academic year!

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with a D.J. and South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Attention Circus Club Members:

Your pictures will be taken in the Gymnastics Gym immediately after school, so get to the gym as quickly as possible in order to be on time for a 3:30 photo.  There is no workout on Tuesday so you can just wear your street clothes.  See you tomorrow!

Attention Freshmen: 

Freshmen study in rooms 020 and 034 will be cancelled this Wednesday, October 30 due to PSAT testing. Freshmen are asked to go to the cafeteria or the library during their scheduled study period. Freshmen study on Thursday October 31 will take place as usual. 

Monday, October 28, 2019

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with a D.J. and South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Attention Students:

Yearbook pictures will be taken tomorrow, Tuesday October 29, in the field house.  Your sponsor, teacher, or coach will have hall passes for you, so please make a point to get yours so you can be represented in the 2019-2020 Lens!  Student Leaders should  plan on staying for a second photo to be placed in the Leader-Board. “Say Blue Demon!”

Attention Circus Club Members:

Your pictures will be taken in the Gymnastics Gym immediately after school, so get to the gym as quickly as possible in order to be on time for a 3:30 photo.  There is no workout on Tuesday so you can just wear your street clothes.  See you tomorrow!

Friday, October 25, 2019

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with a D.J. and South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students:

If you have a “ C” code on your I.D., you are entitled to cut to the front of the lunch line in order to get your food and return to your class.Students WITHOUT a C stamped on your I.D., please understand that the students with a “C” are allowed to go to the front of the line.  Thank you all for being respectful.

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  today, Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by today, October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

Attention Students:

Feeling the Halloween Spirit? Bring your little brothers and sisters to the Maine East Haunted Hallways for a wide-range of Spooky Activities! It’s free fun for boys and “ghouls” aged two to twelve! Enter at the “Mad” Science Doors, from 5 to 7 pm, tonight,  Friday October 25th.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with a D.J. and South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students:

If you have a “ C” code on your I.D., you are entitled to cut to the front of the lunch line in order to get your food and return to your class.Students WITHOUT a C stamped on your I.D., please understand that the students with a “C” are allowed to go to the front of the line.  Thank you all for being respectful.

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

Attention Students:

Feeling the Halloween Spirit? Bring your little brothers and sisters to the Maine East Haunted Hallways for a wide-range of Spooky Activities! It’s free fun for boys and “ghouls” aged two to twelve! Enter at the “Mad” Science Doors, from 5 to 7 pm, on Friday October 25th.

Attention Students:

Attention all students interested in joining the Demons Against Depression Club. There will be an important meeting before school on Friday October 25 at 7:30 am in Room 110. If you have any questions about the Demons Against Depression Club, or if you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Mr. Clark.

Attention Students and Staff:

The 2019 V-Show is November 7, 8, and 9! Tickets are available now at the bookstore.  Student tickets are only $5 and adult tickets are $7. Get yours today!

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Attention Students:

Get your Garba and Raas on with a D.J. and South Asian Student Association, Friday November 1st from 7:00 – 10:00 pm in the Student Cafe. Tickets are sold in advance at the bookstore. No tickets will be sold at the door. Remember, if you are bringing a non-Maine East guest, you must have a guest form filled out, and approved, prior to purchasing a ticket.

Attention Students:

If you have a “ C” code on your I.D., you are entitled to cut to the front of the lunch line in order to get your food and return to your class.Students WITHOUT a C stamped on your I.D., please understand that the students with a “C” are allowed to go to the front of the line.  Thank you all for being respectful.

Attention Students:

Come join Baggo Club!  We are meeting every Wednesday after school in the science wing by Room 106.  There are prizes for the top three winners. Come join the fun whenever you can. We love new members.

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

Attention Students:

Feeling the Halloween Spirit? Bring your little brothers and sisters to the Maine East Haunted Hallways for a wide-range of Spooky Activities! It’s free fun for boys and “ghouls” aged two to twelve! Enter at the “Mad” Science Doors, from 5 to 7 pm, on Friday October 25th.

Boys Basketball:

Attention all boys interested in playing basketball this year – there will be an important informational meeting today, Wednesday October 23rd at 3:30 pm in Room 330. Important tryout information will be discussed so please plan on attending. 

Attention Students:

Attention all students interested in joining the Demons Against Depression Club. There will be an important meeting before school on Friday October 25 at 7:30 am in Room 110. If you have any questions about the Demons Against Depression Club, or if you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Mr. Clark.

 

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

German Club:

Guten Morgen! If you would like to be a German Club member, you have until October 29th to sign up at the bookstore! It is only $3 for the year membership. Any questions, please ask Mr. Illescas. Danke!

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

 

Attention Students:

Feeling the Halloween Spirit? Bring your little brothers and sisters to the Maine East Haunted Hallways for a wide-range of Spooky Activities! It’s free fun for boys and “ghouls” aged two to twelve! Enter at the “Mad” Science Doors, from 5 to 7 pm, on Friday October 25th.

Boys Basketball:

Attention all boys interested in playing basketball this year – there will be an important informational meeting Wednesday October 23rd at 3:30 pm in Room 330. Important tryout information will be discussed so please plan on attending. 

Attention Students:

Attention all students interested in joining the Demons Against Depression Club. There will be an important meeting before school on Friday October 25 at 7:30 am in Room 110. If you have any questions about the Demons Against Depression Club, or if you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Mr. Clark.

Monday, October 21, 2019

Korean Club:

Korean Club is having its first meeting today, Monday October 21 at 7:30 am in Room 240. Come join us to help set the agenda for the year and enjoy some donuts! Any qestions? Please see Ms. Lee in the English department.

Attention Freshman and Sophomores:

Class Council is looking to build membership. Come to our next planning meeting at 7:45 am in Room 241, today, Monday October 21st. Light breakfast will be served. All Freshmen and Sophomores are welcome!

Attention Students:

IF you want to TAKE ACTION to end gun violence; IF you want to TAKE ACTION to fight for migrants and refugees; IF you want to TAKE ACTION to support LGBTQ rights and fight for equal rights for ALL; IF you want to TAKE ACTION to flood government mailboxes with letters calling out injustice and messages supporting prisoners of conscience, THEY you should join HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS! We are having our first informational and organizational meeting today, Monday, October 21st after school in Room 239. Any questions? See Mr. Brown or Ms. Chlebek. Join the H.R.D. movement – Join the HuRD!

German Club:

Guten Morgen! If you would like to be a German Club member, you have until October 29th to sign up at the bookstore! It is only $3 for the year membership. Any questions, please ask Mr. Illescas. Danke!

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

 

Attention Students:

Feeling the Halloween Spirit? Bring your little brothers and sisters to the Maine East Haunted Hallways for a wide-range of Spooky Activities! It’s free fun for boys and “ghouls” aged two to twelve! Enter at the “Mad” Science Doors, from 5 to 7 pm, on Friday October 25th.

 

Friday, October 18, 2019

Attention Students and Staff:

Thanks to all who came to Chipotle Wednesday night. Thanks to your efforts, ME Cares raised just under $300 to help clean up our oceans. Keep us in mind again on November 7th when we will be having a dine at share at Portillo’s on Dempster. 

German Club:

Guten Morgen! If you would like to be a German Club member, you have until October 29th to sign up at the bookstore! It is only $3 for the year membership. Any questions, please ask Mr. Illescas. Danke!

Attention Students:

Come out and support Rotary Interact to raise funds to help provide clean water to a community in Haiti. Walk-for-a-Cause this Saturday at the Maine East Stadium from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm and enter a raffle to win prizes, like free Oberweis ice cream, free dinners at Chipotle, indoor trampoline tickets, and more! Entry fee is $7 for Maine East students and staff  and $10 for non-Maine East students and staff and can be purchased at the bookstore, from any Rotary member, or on Saturday at the stadium.

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

Attention Freshman and Sophomores:

Class Council is looking to build membership. Come to our next planning meeting at 7:45 am in Room 241, on Monday October 21st. Light breakfast will be served. All Freshmen and Sophomores are welcome!

Attention Students:

IF you want to TAKE ACTION to end gun violence; IF you want to TAKE ACTION to fight for migrants and refugees; IF you want to TAKE ACTION to support LGBTQ rights and fight for equal rights for ALL; IF you want to TAKE ACTION to flood government mailboxes with letters calling out injustice and messages supporting prisoners of conscience, THEY you should join HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS! We are having our first informational and organizational meeting Monday, October 21st after school in Room 239. Any questions? See Mr. Brown or Ms. Chlebek. Join the H.R.D. movement – Join the HuRD!

Attention Students:

Feeling the Halloween Spirit? Bring your little brothers and sisters to the Maine East Haunted Hallways for a wide-range of Spooky Activities! It’s free fun for boys and “ghouls” aged two to twelve! Enter at the “Mad” Science Doors, from 5 to 7 pm, on Friday October 25th.

Korean Club:

Korean Club is having its first meeting on Monday October 21 at 7:30 am in Room 240. Come join us to help set the agenda for the year and enjoy some donuts! Any qestions? Please see Ms. Lee in the English department.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

German Club:

Guten Morgen! If you would like to be a German Club member, you have until October 29th to sign up at the bookstore! It is only $3 for the year membership. Any questions, please ask Mr. Illescas. Danke!

Attention Students:

Come out and support Rotary Interact to raise funds to help provide clean water to a community in Haiti. Walk-for-a-Cause this Saturday at the Maine East Stadium from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm and enter a raffle to win prizes, like free Oberweis ice cream, free dinners at Chipotle, indoor trampoline tickets, and more! Entry fee is $7 for Maine East students and staff  and $10 for non-Maine East students and staff and can be purchased at the bookstore, from any Rotary member, or on Saturday at the stadium.

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Attention Students:

Join Spanish Club and German Club as we celebrate “Dia de los muertos” and “Oktoberfest” on Wednesday October 30th, after school in Room 330. We will celebrate these traditions with food, music, and activities. Pay $1.00 to Ms. Middleton or Mr. Illescas by October 25th. You must be a member or Spanish or German Club to attend~you can join by paying $3 at the bookstore.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Attention Demon Nation:

Today, Wednesday,  from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm,  ME Cares will hold a fundraising dine-and-share at the Chipotle on Golf Road in Niles. Just show the flier and 33% of your purchase will come back to ME Cares. Remember, these funds will be used to fund our ocean clean-up goals. See your email for the flier or snap a picture of the posters throughout the school, and show it at check-out on your phone. Thank you!

German Club:

Guten Morgen! If you would like to be a German Club member, you have until October 29th to sign up at the bookstore! It is only $3 for the year membership. Any questions, please ask Mr. Illescas. Danke!

Attention Students:

Come out and support Rotary Interact to raise funds to help provide clean water to a community in Haiti. Walk-for-a-Cause this Saturday at the Maine East Stadium from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm and enter a raffle to win prizes, like free Oberweis ice cream, free dinners at Chipotle, indoor trampoline tickets, and more! Entry fee is $7 for Maine East students and staff  and $10 for non-Maine East students and staff and can be purchased at the bookstore, from any Rotary member, or on Saturday at the stadium.

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Graphic Arts Club:

Attention students who are interested in Graphic Arts Club. Our next meeting is today after school in Room 175.  If you haven’t joined yet, it’s not too late. All are welcome and we accept all levels of skill.

Girls Basketball:

If you’re interested in playing girls basketball this season, there is an open-gym scheduled today, Wednesday, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in the Field House.  You are not allowed to attend if you are currently in a fall sport. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions.

Attention Students!

The Gamer’s Guild is finally, officially holding tournaments for games ranging from “League of Legends” to  “Smash Bros. Ultimate”. If you’d like to sign-up, please email Mr. Gonzalez or come to the Mural Room in the Library today after school. Hope to see you there!

Attention Students:

Pass/Fall petitions are available in the Student Services Office. The form must be returned by October 25. Petitions dropped off after that date will not be accepted. Remember, all completed forms must have a parent signature.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting today, October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance from now  through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Friday, October 11, 2019

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting on October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance starting next week: Tuesday, October 15th through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

 

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting on October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Attention Students:

Support your Senior Lyceum by bringing food and toiletries for the Maine Township Food Pantry! Large brown boxes can be found at every entrance starting next week: Tuesday, October 15th through Friday, October 25th. Please bring items such as rice, pasta, peanut butter, canned vegetables, cereal, paper towels, toilet paper, and other non-perishable food or household toiletries. Look for posters around school for more information. 

Attention Students:

If you’re interested in playing girls basketball this season, there is an open-gym scheduled tonight, Thursday, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the ABCD Gym.  You are not allowed to attend if you are currently in a fall sport. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions.

Attention Students:

It’s not too late to join the Speech and Drama Team! We will be meeting after school today in Room 145. Stop by and talk with us! Or, you can talk to, or email, Mr. Hankins in Student Services.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting on October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Attention Students:

Attention Demons interested in Graphic Arts Club- come to our meeting today after school in Room 175.  All are welcome.

Attention Students:

It’s not too late to join the Speech and Drama Team! We will be meeting after school Thursday this week in Room 145. Stop by and talk with us! Or, you can talk to, or email, Mr. Hankins in Student Services.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Attention Students:

If you’re interested in playing girls basketball this season, there is an open-gym scheduled after school today, Tuesday, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in the field house.  You are not allowed to attend if you are currently in a fall sport. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions.

Attention Students:

Calling all future fashion designers. Come to our first Fashion Club meeting after school today in Room 153.  We will be making scrunchies! Snacks will be provided! In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising, and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Attention Students!

The Gamer’s Guild is finally, officially holding tournaments for games ranging from “League of Legends” to “Overwatch” to “Smash Bros. Ultimate”. If you’d like to sign-up, please email Mr. Gonzalez or come to the Mural Room in the Library today after school. Hope to see you there!

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting on October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Monday, October 7, 2019

Attention Students:

The Maine East Chess Club will be meeting for the first time today, Monday October 7th, after school in Room 121. Stop by to find out more about the chess competitions and tournaments that we will be hosting. Of course, prizes will be given to contest winners, and snacks will be provided!

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting on October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Attention Students:

Calling all future fashion designers. Come to our first Fashion Club meeting after school Tuesday, October 8th, in Room 153.  We will be making scrunchies! Snacks will be provided! In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising, and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Friday, October 4, 2019

Attention Students!

Interested in business? Want to learn more and win cash prizes? The Foundation Club is the right place for you! Last year Maine East students in the Foundations Club BOTH 1st and 2nd at NIU Business Olympics and won $1200 competing against other high schools AND college students! If you are interested, stop by our informational meeting on October 15th after school in Room 121! See ya there!

Attention Students:

Calling all future fashion designers. Come to our first Fashion Club meeting after school Tuesday, October 8th, in Room 153.  We will be making scrunchies! Snacks will be provided! In fashion club we learn design and sewing skills, visual merchandising, and about how to start your career in the fashion industry. No experience necessary, just passion and creativity. All are welcome! Please email Mrs. Ristow with any questions.

Attention Demon Nation:

Come see the fall play, Clue: On Stage. This “murder-mystery comedy thriller”follows six guests at a mysterious dinner party where they find themselves implicated as murder suspects when their host turns up dead.  Wadsworth, the butler, leads Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green, Colonel Mustard, and other guests in an attempt to find the killer as the body count builds. Performances are Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th at 7:30 PM in the Maine East Auditorium. Tickets are $7, $5 for Maine East Students, and can be purchased from any cast or crew member. Don’t miss this hysterical evening of murder and mayhem.

Attention Students:

The Maine East Chess Club will be meeting for the first time on Monday October 7th, after school in Room 121. Stop by to find out more about the chess competitions and tournaments that we will be hosting. Of course, prizes will be given to contest winners, and snacks will be provided!

Attention Freshman Students:

Come to Room 123 after school today to an interest meeting about Rotary Interact Club: Learn about what Rotary is, what you can do for Rotary, and what Rotary can do for you. Pizza will be provided. Don’t miss this opportunity.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Attention Students!

This week’s Language Learning and Exchange Club is going Korean! We will be learning about the Korean culture, sampling some Korean food, and learning some Korean phrases. Join us today, October 3 , in Room 230 at 3:30. Everybody is welcome.

Attention Students:

Calling all future fashion designers. Come to our first Fashion Club meeting after school Tuesday, October 8th, in Room 153.  We will be making scrunchies! Snacks will be provided!

Attention Demon Nation:

Come see the fall play, Clue: On Stage. This “murder-mystery comedy thriller”follows six guests at a mysterious dinner party where they find themselves implicated as murder suspects when their host turns up dead.  Wadsworth, the butler, leads Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green, Colonel Mustard, and other guests in an attempt to find the killer as the body count builds. Performances are Thursday, October 3rd, at 4:00 PM and Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th at 7:30 PM in the Maine East Auditorium. Tickets are $7, $5 for Maine East Students, and can be purchased from any cast or crew member. Don’t miss this hysterical evening of murder and mayhem.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Attention Students!

This week’s Language Learning and Exchange Club is going Korean! We will be learning about the Korean culture, sampling some Korean food, and learning some Korean phrases. Join us on Thursday, October 3 , in Room 230 at 3:30. Everybody is welcome.

Attention Students:

Calling all future fashion designers. Come to our first Fashion Club meeting after school Tuesday, October 8th, in Room 153.  We will be making scrunchies! Snacks will be provided!

 

Attention Demon Nation:

Come see the fall play, Clue: On Stage. This “murder-mystery comedy thriller”follows six guests at a mysterious dinner party where they find themselves implicated as murder suspects when their host turns up dead.  Wadsworth, the butler, leads Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green, Colonel Mustard, and other guests in an attempt to find the killer as the body count builds. Performances are Thursday, October 3rd, at 4:00 PM and Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th at 7:30 PM in the Maine East Auditorium. Tickets are $7, $5 for Maine East Students, and can be purchased from any cast or crew member. Don’t miss this hysterical evening of murder and mayhem.

Attention Students:

Calling all Krispy Kreme lovers! Support ME Cares and the environment by purchasing donuts at the bookstore or rotunda today at the end of day.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Attention Students!

This week’s Language Learning and Exchange Club is going Korean! We will be learning about the Korean culture, sampling some Korean food, and learning some Korean phrases. Join us on Thursday, October 3 , in Room 230 at 3:30. Everybody is welcome.

Attention Students:
Interested in competing against Maine West, South, or any other local school? If so, then join the Gamer’s Guild to play fun and skillful games! These games include, but are not limited to: Rocket League, Starcraft 2, League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Anyone can play; casual or competitive! It’s never too late to join the Gamer’s Guild! The club meets Tuesdays in the LRC Mural Room from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

Open Gym
If you’re interested in playing girls basketball this season, there is an open gym scheduled after school today from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in the Field House. You are not allowed to attend if you are currently in a fall sport. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions!

Attention Students:
Maine East’s Speech and Drama Team is holding an informational meeting today, Tuesday, October 1st, after school in Room 145. Whether you are interested in drama events or “Ted Talks” kind of speaking, come learn about what Speech Team offers. That’s today at 3:45 in Room 145. Did we mention that there will be cookies?

Attention Demon Nation:
Come see the fall play, Clue: On Stage. This “murder-mystery comedy thriller”follows six guests at a mysterious dinner party where they find themselves implicated as murder suspects when their host turns up dead.  Wadsworth, the butler, leads Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green, Colonel Mustard, and other guests in an attempt to find the killer as the body count builds. Performances are Thursday, October 3rd, at 4:00 PM and Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th at 7:30 PM in the Maine East Auditorium. Tickets are $7, $5 for Maine East Students, and can be purchased from any cast or crew member. Don’t miss this hysterical evening of murder and mayhem.

Attention Students:

Calling all Krispy Kreme lovers! Support ME Cares and the environment by purchasing donuts at the bookstore or rotunda on Wednesday at the end of day.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Sophomores:
All sophomores will be photographed this Friday through their PE and/or Health class. You you are not in a PE or Healthy class, and you are a sophomore, please go to the Auditorium lobby with your id for your yearbook picture.

Attention Students:
Broadcasting Club will be hosting its first movie night of the school year: Check out “Apollo 13” Wednesday, September 25th, after school in Room C-207. Admission is free, and so is the popcorn and soda!

Attention Demons!
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create awesome digital images? Graphic Arts Club welcomes members of all levels, from beginner to advance. Our first meeting will be Monday September 30th in Room 175. Come join us!

Monsters of the Midway:
Advocate Health Care is bringing the Monsters of the Midway to Maine East for a Pink Pep-Rally to help raise Breast Cancer Awareness. This is a community-event, so bring your family, friends, and neighbors on Monday September 30 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm in the Maine memorial Stadium. There will be games, give-a-ways, entertainment, food trucks, and opportunities to meet and get autographs from former and current Chicago Bears players. Admission if [email protected] Don’t miss out on a great event for a great cause. “Monday Night Lights” at Maine East High School!

South Asian Student Association
First meeting for the South Asian Student Association (SASA) will be Monday September 30 at 3:20 pm in Room 245. Can’t wait to see you there! Garba plans and leadership roles will be discussed.

Attention Students:
Every year Oakton Community College hosts a Black-Teen College Success Program. This event consists of a series of educational sessions on topics such as money management, college, success, and a keynote speaker. Also, free lunch! This year’s Black-Teen College success program will take place on Thursday, October 3rd, from 8:30 am – 2:00 pm. Interested JUNIORS & SENIORS should see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic in Student Services for a permission slip. Space is limited.

Monday, September 30, 2019

Attention Demons!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to create awesome digital images? Graphic Arts Club welcomes members of all levels, from beginner to advanced. Our first meeting will today, September 30th in Room 175. Come join us!

Attention Students:
Interested in competing against Maine West, South, or any other local school? If so, then join the Gamer’s Guild to play fun and skillful games! These games include, but are not limited to: Rocket League, Starcraft 2, League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Anyone can play; casual or competitive! It’s never too late to join the Gamer’s Guild! The club meets Tuesdays in the LRC Mural Room from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

South Asian Student Association
First meeting for the South Asian Student Association (SASA) will be today, Monday, September 30 at 3:20 pm in Room 245. Can’t wait to see you there! Garba plans and leadership roles will be discussed.

Attention Students:
Maine East’s Speech and Drama Team is holding an informational meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 1st, after school in Room 145. Whether you are interested in drama events or “Ted Talks” kind of speaking, come learn about what Speech Team offers. That’s this coming Tuesday at 3:45 in Room 145. Did we mention that there will be cookies?

Monsters of the Midway:
Advocate Health Care is bringing the Monsters of the Midway to Maine East for a Pink-Pep-Rally to help raise Breast Cancer Awareness. This is a community-event, so bring your family, friends, and neighbors today, Monday September 30 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm in the Maine Memorial Stadium. There will be games, give-a-ways, entertainment, food trucks, and opportunities to meet and get autographs from former and current Chicago Bears players. Admission if [email protected] Don’t miss out on a great event for a great cause. “Monday Night Lights” at Maine East High School!

Attention Students:

Every year Oakton Community College hosts a Black-Teen College Success Program. This event consists of a series of educational sessions on topics such as money management, college, success, and a keynote speaker. Also, free lunch! This year’s Black-Teen College success program will take place on Thursday, October 3rd, from 8:30 am – 2:00 pm. Interested JUNIORS & SENIORS should see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic in Student Services for a permission slip. Space is limited.

Attention Students:

Calling all Krispy Kreme lovers! Support ME Cares and the environment by purchasing donuts at the bookstore or rotunda on Wednesday at the end of day.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Sophomores:
All sophomores will be photographed today through their PE and/or Health class. If you are not in a PE or Health class, and you are a sophomore, please go to the Auditorium lobby with your ID for your yearbook picture.

Attention Demons!
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create awesome digital images? Graphic Arts Club welcomes members of all levels, from beginner to advanced. Our first meeting will be Monday, September 30th in Room 175. Come join us!

Attention Students:
Guys and girls interested in learning gymnastics and circus skills are welcome to come to the first Circus Club practice of the year today up in the Gymnastics Gym, at 3:30 pm. No experience is necessary, but be sure to bring work-out clothes and socks for all gymnastics and Circus events. If you love to flip, this is the place for you! Come join the FUN!

Attention Students:
Interested in competing against Maine West, South, or any other local school? If so, then join the Gamer’s Guild to play fun and skillful games! These games include, but are not limited to: Rocket League, Starcraft 2, League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Anyone can play; casual or competitive! It’s never too late to join the Gamer’s Guild! The club meets Tuesdays in the LRC Mural Room from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

South Asian Student Association
First meeting for the South Asian Student Association (SASA) will be Monday, September 30 at 3:20 pm in Room 245. Can’t wait to see you there! Garba plans and leadership roles will be discussed.

Attention Students:
Maine East’s Speech and Drama Team is holding an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 1st, after school in Room 145. Whether you are interested in drama events or “Ted Talks” kind of speaking, come learn about what Speech Team offers. That’s this coming Tuesday at 3:45 in Room 145. Did we mention that there will be cookies?

Monsters of the Midway:
Advocate Health Care is bringing the Monsters of the Midway to Maine East for a Pink-Pep-Rally to help raise Breast Cancer Awareness. This is a community-event, so bring your family, friends, and neighbors on Monday September 30 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm in the Maine Memorial Stadium. There will be games, give-a-ways, entertainment, food trucks, and opportunities to meet and get autographs from former and current Chicago Bears players. Admission if [email protected] Don’t miss out on a great event for a great cause. “Monday Night Lights” at Maine East High School!

Attention Students:

Every year Oakton Community College hosts a Black-Teen College Success Program. This event consists of a series of educational sessions on topics such as money management, college, success, and a keynote speaker. Also, free lunch! This year’s Black-Teen College success program will take place on Thursday, October 3rd, from 8:30 am – 2:00 pm. Interested JUNIORS & SENIORS should see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic in Student Services for a permission slip. Space is limited.

Attention Students:

Hey Demon Nation! Feminist Club is making a comeback this year! come join us at our first meeting after school this Friday, September 27th, in Room 245. Engage in discussions, share your opinions, and learn about feminist history as well as current events.

 

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Sophomores:
All sophomores will be photographed this Friday through their PE and/or Health class. If you are not in a PE or Health class, and you are a sophomore, please go to the Auditorium lobby with your ID for your yearbook picture.

Attention Demons!
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create awesome digital images? Graphic Arts Club welcomes members of all levels, from beginner to advanced. Our first meeting will be Monday, September 30th in Room 175. Come join us!

Attention Students:
Guys and girls interested in learning gymnastics and circus skills are welcome to come to the first Circus Club practice of the year this Friday up in the Gymnastics Gym, at 3:30 pm. No experience is necessary, but be sure to bring work-out clothes and socks for all gymnastics and Circus events. If you love to flip, this is the place for you! Come join the FUN!

Attention Students:
Interested in competing against Maine West, South, or any other local school? If so, then join the Gamer’s Guild to play fun and skillful games! These games include, but are not limited to: Rocket League, Starcraft 2, League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Anyone can play; casual or competitive! It’s never too late to join the Gamer’s Guild! The club meets Tuesdays in the LRC Mural Room from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

South Asian Student Association
First meeting for the South Asian Student Association (SASA) will be Monday, September 30 at 3:20 pm in Room 245. Can’t wait to see you there! Garba plans and leadership roles will be discussed.

Attention Students:
Maine East’s Speech and Drama Team is holding an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 1st, after school in Room 145. Whether you are interested in drama events or “Ted Talks” kind of speaking, come learn about what Speech Team offers. That’s this coming Tuesday at 3:45 in Room 145. Did we mention that there will be cookies?

Monsters of the Midway:
Advocate Health Care is bringing the Monsters of the Midway to Maine East for a Pink-Pep-Rally to help raise Breast Cancer Awareness. This is a community-event, so bring your family, friends, and neighbors on Monday September 30 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm in the Maine Memorial Stadium. There will be games, give-a-ways, entertainment, food trucks, and opportunities to meet and get autographs from former and current Chicago Bears players. Admission if [email protected] Don’t miss out on a great event for a great cause. “Monday Night Lights” at Maine East High School!

 

Monday September 23, 2019

Ladies and Gentlemen:
MERC (the Maine East Recreation Club) is holding its first official movie event today, Tuesday, September 24th after school! Come to Room 121 to watch “Spiderman-Into the Spiderverse”. The cost is only $5 and includes free pizza!

Hey Students:
This message is for all of you. Do you ever feel like you don’t know what people are talking about on the news? Do you want to learn how to participate in local government? Interested in the national election and campaigns? Then, come to the Demon-ocracy Kickoff on Tuesday, September 24th, after school in Room 331. Snacks provided. See you there!

Attention Students:
Broadcasting Club will be hosting its first movie night of the school year: Check out “Apollo 13” Wednesday, September 25th, after school in Room C-207. Admission is free, and so is the popcorn and soda!

Attention Students:
Do you impress your friends and family with your incredible knowledge? Do you want to show off your brain power in IHSA competitions? If so, join Scholastic Bowl! There will be an organizational meeting on Tuesday September 24th, in Room 321 at 3:30 p.m. The meeting will last about an hour. If you are interested in joining Scholastic Bowl but cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Doak in Room 332, the Social Science Office.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Hey Students:
This message is for all of you. Do you ever feel like you don’t know what people are talking about on the news? Do you want to learn how to participate in local government? Interested in the national election and campaigns? Then, come to the Demon-ocracy Kickoff on Tuesday, September 24th, after school in Room 331. Snacks provided. See you there!

Ladies and Gentlemen:
MERC (the Maine East Recreation Club) is holding its first official movie event today, Tuesday, September 24th after school! Come to Room 121 to watch “Spiderman-Into the Spiderverse”. The cost is only $5 and includes free pizza!

Attention Students:
Do you impress your friends and family with your incredible knowledge? Do you want to show off your brain power in IHSA competitions? If so, join Scholastic Bowl! There will be an organizational meeting on today, Tuesday September 24th, in Room 321 at 3:30 p.m. The meeting will last about an hour. If you are interested in joining Scholastic Bowl but cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Doak in Room 332, the Social Science Office.

Attention Students:
Every year Oakton Community College hosts a Black-Teen College Success Program. This event consists of a series of educational sessions on topics such as money management, college, success, and a keynote speaker. Also, free lunch! This year’s Black-Teen College success program will take place on Thursday, October 3rd, from 8:30 am – 2:00 pm. Interested JUNIORS & SENIORS should see Ms. Yochim or Mr. Ibrahimovic in Student Services for a permission slip. Space is limited.

Attention Students:
Whodunnit? Who murdered Mr. Boddy. Was it Colonel Mustard with the wrench in the Billiards Room or Mrs. Peacock in the Library with the candlestick? If you want answers – come see the fall play, CLUE: On Stage. Performances are Thursday, October 3rd at 4 PM and Friday October 4th and Saturday October 5th at 7:30 PM in the Maine East Auditorium. Ticket are $7 and $5 for Maine East students and can be purchased from any cast or crew member. Don’t miss this hysterical evening of murder and mayhem.

Attention Students:
Broadcasting Club will be hosting its first movie night of the school year: Check out “Apollo 13” Wednesday, September 25th, after school in Room C-207. Admission is free, and so is the popcorn and soda!

Attention Girls:
If you’re interested in playing girls basketball this season, there is an open gym scheduled today from 6:30-8:00 pm in the Field House. You are not allowed to attend if you are currently in a fall sport. Please see Coach Rinaldi with any questions and see you tonight!

South Asian Student Association:
First meeting for South Asian Student Association (SASA) will be Monday, September 30, 3:20 pm in room 245. Can’t wait to see you there. Garba plans and leadership roles will be discussed.

Attention Students:
Hey Demon Nation! Feminist Club is making a comeback this year! Come join us at our first meeting after school this Friday, September 27th in room 245. Engage in discussions, share your opinions, and learn about feminist history as well as current events!