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December 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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  • Athletic Booster Meeting
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  • Polish Club B113
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  • Des Plaines Tree Lighting
  • Improv Night
  • Girls Basketball vs Maine East
7
  • Speech Team Meet
  • Wrestling vs MW Quad
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  • Boys Swim/Dive vs Addison Trail/Willowbrook
  • Girls Basketball vs Highland Park
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  • DECA meeting
  • Prism Concert
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  • Wrestling vs Vernon Hills
  • Boys Basketball vs Niles North
  • Posada Dance
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  • Prism Concert
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  • Boys Swim/Dive vs Leyden
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  • End of 1st Semester
  • Finals
  • Wrestling vs Deerfield
  • Boys Basketball vs Deerfield
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  • Winter Break - No School
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  • Winter Break - No School
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  • Winter Break - No School
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  • Winter Break - No School
  • Girls Gymnastics Winter Wonderland Invite
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  • Winter Break - No School
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  • Winter Break - No School

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    No Planet B

         Climate change has become one of the most pressing global issues of our generation. Man-made pollution has the potential to collapse ecosystems and artificially nudge thousands of species into extinction. Global warming has even caused an increase in malaria and dengue as disease-carrying mosquitoes stray further and further away from the warming equator….

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  • News

    Chicago Public School Strike

    For the second time in the last ten years, the teachers of the Chicago Public School system are on strike, leaving schools closed and students home alone. After 9 days, the Chicago Teachers Union and the CPS administration remain far apart on key issues. After working without a contract for 140 days, teachers have taken…

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    Soaring Through Success

    Performing at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for Theater Fest for the first time in more than 10 years, the fall play production of “Peter and the Starcatcher” will be going to state Jan.  9, 10, and 11. Just as high school sports go to state, this opportunity allows the cast and crew to…

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  • News

    Voice for the Nameless

    Our very own Maine West Community has eagerly been serving as a platform to promote human rights for the past ten years. Originating from an extra credit field trip organized by Mr. Harper, Voice for the Nameless serves as an avenue to speak for individuals who may not have the opportunity to do so. Reflecting…

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    Two changes on schedule for second semester

    As first semester comes to a close, the Maine West administration is evaluating possible faults of the block schedule. With that, students can expect two major changes over the next few months. The first change is in response to the overcrowded lunch periods. During the X and Z lunch periods on block days, there are…

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