Today Steen Metz, a Holocaust survivor, talked to Maine West students about his experience in the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp in Odense, Denmark when he was just eight years old. In Theresienstad Concentration Camp 15,000 children passed through and Mr. Metz was just one of 1,500 survivors.
Today starting at 3:30pm students are being provided AP studying opportunities in the library. It will be happening Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school at 3:30-6:30pm with refreshments and snacks included. Be there to relieve stress and prepare for your AP exams that start next week!
Seniors across the country have till tomorrow, May 1, to decide what school they will be attending in the falls. Share where you'll be attending next year or where you want to go in the future in the comments!
The Maine West combined concert and symphonic band met to practice after school in preparation of the spring concert on Thursday. Inspired by the recent release of Avengers: Infinity War, the band will be preforming the theme from The Avengers as one of their three pieces.
National Honor Society will be selling plants on May 10th and May 11th for Mother’s Day to help raise money for a new greenhouse! Plants are limited so make sure to come early and get your Mother’s Day plants!
Westerner staff has their corrections night for the upcoming Green Issue that comes out May 11th. Don’t forget to ask your teachers to pass them out 3rd period! “It’s very stressful because of how many staff members there are,” junior Davis Parks said. Another new Editor on the staff, sophomore Malaika Zaidi, said, “It’s really nice seeing everything come together!”
Landon Habler runs the first leg of the 4x200 meter relay at the Prospect Invite on April 27. The boys got first in their heat at the meet with plenty of state qualifying teams and individuals at play. Go Warriors!