| Posts created by Matthew M.

Follow Us on Social Media!

  • The Final Cut

    With responsibilities ranging from final class assessments to last-minute prom preparations, the end of the year is defined for many by a culmination of concluding events and a great deal of stress. With recent changes, however, a new district policy might help lighten the load.   Starting this May, all AP classes will have optional…

    Read More
  • The Final Cut: AP Test Policy Change

    With responsibilities ranging from final class assessments to last-minute prom preparations, the end of the year is defined for many by a culmination of concluding events and great deal of stress. With recent changes, however, a new district policy might help lighten the load.   Starting this May, all AP classes will have optional finals….

    Read More
  • Remembering a Warrior

    Maine West social worker Scott Christopher Lloyd, husband to Jane and father of Ethan and Alexandra Lloyd, passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 18 2016 while on a trip in Wisconsin. He was born on March 4, 1962, in Blue Island, IL. With experience as a science teacher and dean, Mr. Lloyd is remembered most by…

    Read More
  • Red Ribbon Week Fosters Healthy Living

    According to the Illinois Youth Survey of Maine Township High School students, in 2016, approximately 30% of District 207 students said that they have used alcohol and approximately 12% said that they have used some form of marijuana. Despite recent declines in use, substance abuse still remains an issue among high school teens. Addressing this…

    Read More
  • After School Action

    Crowding the LRC with energy and excitement, Maine West students gathered for Video Game Club’s first meeting on August 31. Boasting a turnout of 51 people, sponsors Geoffrey Greenberg and Nicole Coover-Thompson greeted students eager to connect through this popular pastime.  Intending on hosting a variety of different events throughout the year, sponsors simply outlined…

    Read More

Social

Westerner: The Maine West student voice for more than 50 years