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BELLEVILLE WEST HIGH SCHOOL

STUDENT BULLETIN

 


This Morning’s PA Announcements:

 

  • Don't forget to fill out a raffle slip in the library every time you read a Read for a Lifetime or Able Lincoln list book. Each time you read one of these books, you'll be entered to win candy, library cafe money, and other prizes at the end of the year. See a librarian for more details. 

  • Are you a poet and do you know it? Page One and the BW Library are hosting a Poetry Slam on Friday, January 31, during all lunch hours. If you want to compete or attend, come to the library to sign up. Walk-ins will be welcome, but competition spots and seats will be limited, so signing up is recommended. This year, only three-minute original poems can compete; no songs and no covers until the end. There will be an audience-selected winner each 1/2 hour, and attendance prizes as well. Not sure what a Slam Poem is? Find more info and video examples in the student bulletin, or see a librarian for details.

  • Please keep in mind that we ask you to be in dress code, no hoods or coats on, no ear buds in the hall,  be in class and on time and properly displaying your school ID. Let’s get off to a great start this semester.  

 

 

~ Meal Menus~

Breakfast Menus

Thursday, January 16 - Sausage & Cheese on English Muffin

Friday, January 17 - Bagelful

 

Lunch Menus

Thursday, January 16 - Fajita Bowl or Schubert’s Bratwurst on Bun

Friday, January 17 - Cheese Quesadilla or Meatball Sandwich

 


GENERAL INFORMATION

 

JUNIORS: 3 HOURS OF SCHOOL, TRIPLE CREDITS, MAKE MONEY!!!

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION gives you all of this plus employment assistance! You

don’t have to have a job to enroll, and you don’t have to go to work every day.

Come and see one of us for an application: Mr. Caswell (B-235) or Mrs. Steely (B-242).

 

 

 

Just Create It! Order your Page One shirt and/or hoodie here. Wear it to show your support for Belleville West's Art and Literary magazine. Or just wear it just because it's cool! Order using the link and turn in money by January 17th in B335. - Mrs. Thurnau

 

 

 

The deadline for pre-ordering a 2019-2020 yearbook is Thursday, January 30. This is the only way to guarantee you receive a yearbook in May. We will order extra to sell on yearbook distribution day, but we have sold out in years prior. Yearbook order forms can be found outside the yearbook office, B329, or you can order online by clicking on the Yearbook Banner on the Belleville West homepage.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Short in B314.

 


CLUBS, COMMITTEES & ACTIVITIES

 

Harambee Members:  The order for the 2020 Harambee Show t-shirt  ($12 S-XL and $14 2X-3X) and sweatpants ($15 S - 2X) is due FRIDAY, January 17 to Ms. Chalmers (B333) by the end of the school day.  Thanks! Harambee Sponsors

 


COUNSELING

 

Scholars in the Spotlight

Congratulations to Isabella Hoolihan on receiving the Naval Sea Cadet of the Year award, the Theodore Roosevelt Youth Medal, and being accepted into the United States Naval Academy!

 

 

Scholarships in the Spotlight

The Chyriell Drain Hill Memorial Scholarship Fund 

  • The Chyriell Drain Hill Memorial Scholarship Fund, in partnership with New Life Church, will award to those individuals who exemplify the characteristics of wanting to be helpful, showing a tendency towards sociability, displaying warmth towards others and concerned with the welfare of all humankind. 

  • The Chyriell Drain Hill Memorial Scholarship Fund Essay Topic:

    • Describe one humanitarian act you have performed. Include the outcome and the impact it had on your life and the lives of others. (300-350 words)

  • Deadline is February 21, 2020 by 5:00pm

  • For more information please see Mr. Solomon in C109

 

AOPA Scholarship Program

  • Thanks to the generosity of the Ray Foundation, 80 exceptional high school students, ages 15 to 18, each will receive a $10,000 scholarship in 2020. This scholarship program is a component of the AOPA You Can Fly program, a collection of initiatives working towards building a larger, more vibrant pilot community.

  • Scholarship recipients will be able to use the money for direct flight training expenses to pursue a primary pilot certificate, such as a private, sport, or recreational pilot certificate. They must also complete a flight training milestone, achieving either solo or earning a primary pilot certificate, within one year of receiving a scholarship.

  • Reward amount is $10,000

  • Deadline: Priority Consideration March 1, 2020; Final Deadline March 15, 2020

  • Apply at https://www.aopa.org/training-and-safety/students/flight-training-scholarships

 

Millstadt Police Department D.A.R.E. Scholarship

  • The Millstadt Police Department will be offering their 12th annual D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) College Scholarship. 

  • Applicants must be a graduate of either Millstadt Consolidated School or St. James Catholic School in Millstadt.

  • Reward amount is $1,000

  • Deadline is March 30, 2020

 

AES Engineering Scholarship

This award is available to high school seniors and all students attending a post-secondary educational facility

Our belief is that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason we are offering a scholarship that will be awarded on the basis of character, as determined by an evaluation of the essays that are submitted

Students must submit an essay of between 500 and 1000 words in answer to the following question:

When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful? What relationships or accomplishments will be important on this journey?

Reward amount is $500

Deadline is October 5, 2020

Submit essay to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Red Bud Industries Scholarship Ranken Technical College

  • Red Bud Industries is offering a $5800 scholarship for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 school year

  • To be considered, students must be enrolling as a full-time student at Ranken in one of the following degree programs: Control Systems Technology, Electrical Systems Design Technology, Electrical Automation Technology, Industrial Technology, Precision Machining Technology, Industrial Engineering Technology and Fabrication and Welding

  • Reward amount is $5,800

  • Deadline is June 1, 2020

 

Red Bud Industries Scholarship Southwestern Illinois College

  • Red Bud Industries is offering a $3000 scholarship for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 school year

  • To be considered, students must be enrolling as a full-time student at SWIC in one of the following degree programs: Engineering, Sales, Computers, Business, Accounting, Machinist, Welding or Electronics

  • Reward amount is $3,000

  • Deadline is March 1, 2020

  • Apply and more information please visit https://www.swic.edu/community/foundation/scholarships/

 

Beta Sigma Psi National Lutheran Fraternity Scholarship

  • There are 4 scholarship opportunities that will be given out to a male freshman attending a 4-year college or university in the Fall of 2020

  • Reward amount varies from $1,500 to $2,000

  • Deadline is February 15, 2020 for priority decision

  • Apply at https://www.betasigmapsi.org/scholarships/

Scholarship opportunities for students interested in education majors can be found at https://www.educationdegree.com/articles/scholarships-for-education-majors/

 

 

 

Hispanic Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has launched their applications for the 2020 High School Hispanic Leadership Institute for upcoming sophomores through seniors (by the fall of 2020). This program is designed to establish and enhance leadership skills among Hispanic students. This program is free for students to attend, complimentary transportation is provided and students receive a stipend upon completion of the program.

You can apply at https://www.hccstl.com/hshliand applications are due Monday, May 11th by 11:59 pm (CT). The program will be from Monday, June 15 – Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please see Mr. Solomon in C109 if you have any questions. 

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP Opportunity for SENIORS

The Busey Bank Community Scholarship Program's goal is to assist graduating high school seniors in continuing their education beyond high school at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. The scholarship award amount is $2,000 per year for four years of full-time enrollment.

If interested in this opportunity, submit your application, cover letter, and references to Mr. Solomon by January 31, 2020.

 

 

 

Juniors and Seniors

Applications are now being accepted for Bank of America Student Leaders. Every year, through our Student Leaders program we help connect four St. Louis based community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society.

Please apply by January 31, 2020 at https://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/what-guides-us/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=EBZ-EnterpriseBrand-_-vanity-_-EB01VN00BB_studentleaders-_-NA#fbid=o0yE6pYncBQ

 

 

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS/INFORMATION:

 

Career in Cosmetology:

WHAT:  Kaskaskia College Cosmetology High School Visit Days

WHEN:  March 19 th from 1pm – 4pm

WHERE:  Cosmetology Department at Kaskaskia College

27210 College Road, Centralia, IL 62801

WHO:  High School Juniors and Seniors considering a career in

Cosmetology

RSVP – Kelli Malone, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 618-545-3306

by March 16 th to reserve a spot.

 

 

 

Summer Programs:

The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge Program has begun recruitment for their 2020 Summer Academy.  You must be currently enrolled in 9th or 10th grade with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and will have completed Algebra 1 by summer.  This program will immerse you in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development as well as college planning.  If you meet this criteria and are interested in applying, please visit https://www.umsl.edu/precollegiate/programs/summer.html

 

 

 

Upcoming Events at SWIC

High School Visit Day, Friday, January 24, 2020 from 9 AM to Noon

This year we are introducing a slightly new format for this event that allows students more opportunities to explore programs at SWIC.  Before moving into two back to back breakout sessions of their choosing, students will have the opportunity to browse SWIC academic programs and meet faculty in a college fair style set-up exhibition.  Students can register to attend or find more info online. We welcome individual students, school  groups, or families at this event.

St. Louis Metro East Baccalaureate College Fair, Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM

Local families are invited to browse approximately 100 local, state, and national colleges and universities, as well as attend workshops on financial aid or transferring from community college to a four year university. Students can make the most of their time at the fair by signing up for a Strive Scan barcode in advance to collect college rep information in seconds. More information and a list of colleges is available at SWIC.edu.

 

 

 

The SIUE Office of Educational Outreach will be offering ACT and SAT prep courses during the Spring semester 2020.  The information for the courses is as follows:

ACT Review: This in-depth ACT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the ACT. It condenses lessons into six sessions which begin with a pre-test to assess the group’s strengths and weaknesses. The sessions are then individualized to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5-8 p.m., February 25-March 11

Where:  SIUE University Park, Technology Management Center

SAT Review: This in-depth SAT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the SAT. It condenses lessons into individualized sessions based on the group’s strengths and weaknesses to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m., February 4-25

Where:  SIUE Main Campus

Registration is available at http://www.siue.edu/continuing-education/exam-preparation/index.shtml. The cost to attend the ACT session is $199 and the cost to attend the SAT session is $209. This will include books.

 

 

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES

The following COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES will be on campus:

This  Week:

Monday, January 13 - Illinois College, Jacksonville, IL - 10:30am - 12:00pm

Wednesday, January 15 - Air National Guard - 10:30am - 1:30pm

 

If you would like to meet with any of the college representatives, please see Mrs. Cook in the Counseling office for a pass.

 


SPORTS

 

WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE: 

Attached to emailed bulletin

 


Next  Week at Belleville West:

Monday, January 20 - NO SCHOOL - Martin Luther King Birthday Celebrated

Wednesday, January 22 - Key Club Blood Drive

 

THE MAROON WAY:  Be Respectful, Responsible and Kind!

 

 
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This Morning's PA Announcements:

 

• Are you a poet and do you know it? Page One and the BW Library are hosting a Poetry Slam on Friday, January 31, during all lunch hours. If you want to compete or attend, come to the library to sign up. Walk-ins will be welcome, but competition spots and seats will be limited, so signing up is recommended. This year, only three-minute original poems can compete; no songs and no covers until the end. There will be an audience-selected winner each 1/2 hour, and attendance prizes as well. Not sure what a Slam Poem is? Find more info and video examples in the student bulletin, or see a librarian for details.
• Juniors: If you're signed up for SAT prep during your lunch hour on Tuesdays, don't forget to attend today's session. You can pick up the pink pass from your English teacher or go directly to your SAT prep session if you don't see your English teacher before lunch.
• SENIORS: Don't forget to email Mrs. Quandt or stop by B337 to have your post high school plans put onto the senior bulletin board.
• Please keep in mind that we ask you to be in dress code, no hoods or coats on, no ear buds in the hall, be in class and on time and properly displaying your school ID. Let's get off to a great start this semester.

 

~ Meal Menus~
Breakfast Menus
Tuesday, January 21 - Fruit Filled Frudel
Wednesday, January 22 - Chicken & Cheese, Breakfast Sandwich
Thursday, January 23 - Waffles and Syrup
Friday, January 24 - Ham and Cheese on English Muffin

 

Lunch Menus
Tuesday, January 21 - BBQ Rib on Bun or Sloppy Joe on Bun
Wednesday, January 22 - General Tso's Chicken with Rice & Goldfish Crackers
Thursday, January 23 - Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Cheesy Breadstick or Cheesy Fish
Friday, January 24 - Egg Roll with Chicken Fried Rice or Straw Hat

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

JUNIORS: 3 HOURS OF SCHOOL, TRIPLE CREDITS, MAKE MONEY!!!
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION gives you all of this plus employment assistance! You
don't have to have a job to enroll, and you don't have to go to work every day.
Come and see one of us for an application: Mr. Caswell (B-235) or Mrs.Steely

 

 

PAGE ONE NEWS: Come buy some delicious goodies from the Page One Bake Sale tomorrow! We will be outside of the cafeteria during all lunch hours!

 

Order deadline Extended! Just Create It! Order your Page One shirt and/or hoodie here. Wear it to show your support for Belleville West's Art and Literary magazine. Or just wear it just because it's cool! Order using the embedded link below and turn in money by January 24th in B335. - Mrs. Thurnau
Page One Order Form

 

 

Okay everyone! Let's make the push to $1000 to help the Australian relief for the fires! Remember, if we hit our goal with East we will have a dress down day!

 

 

Juniors with a 3.5 GPA, you should have received a National Honor Society letter in the mail or in your email last week. If you feel that you should have received this letter, but did not, see Mrs. Quandt in B337 or Mr. Patterson in B344.

 

 

Paws for the Cause is right around the corner. T-shirt orders are due by this Friday!

 

 

The deadline for pre-ordering a 2019-2020 yearbook is Thursday, January 30. This is the only way to guarantee you receive a yearbook in May. We will order extra to sell on yearbook distribution day, but we have sold out in years prior. Yearbook order forms can be found outside the yearbook office, B329, or you can order online by clicking on the Yearbook Banner on the Belleville West homepage. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Short in B314.

 

 

CLUBS, COMMITTEES & ACTIVITIES

 

VAMF meeting is CANCELED for today.

 

 

Lifesavers meeting tomorrow at 8:00 in B117.

 

 

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What is a Slam Poem? CLICK HERE to view some examples.

 

 

COUNSELING

 

Scholars in the Spotlight
Congratulations to Isabella Hoolihan on receiving the Naval Sea Cadet of the Year award, the Theodore Roosevelt Youth Medal, and being accepted into the United States Naval Academy!

 

 

Hispanic Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has launched their applications for the 2020 High School Hispanic Leadership Institute for upcoming sophomores through seniors (by the fall of 2020). This program is designed to establish and enhance leadership skills among Hispanic students. This program is free for students to attend, complimentary transportation is provided and students receive a stipend upon completion of the program.

 

You can apply at https://www.hccstl.com/hshli and applications are due Monday, May 11th by 11:59 pm (CT). The program will be from Monday, June 15 – Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please see Mr. Solomon in C109 if you have any questions.

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP Opportunity for SENIORS
The Busey Bank Community Scholarship Program's goal is to assist graduating high school seniors in continuing their education beyond high school at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. The scholarship award amount is $2,000 per year for four years of full-time enrollment.
If interested in this opportunity, submit your application, cover letter, and references to Mr. Solomon by January 31, 2020.
Attached to e-mailed copy.

 

 

Juniors and Seniors
Applications are now being accepted for Bank of America Student Leaders. Every year, through our Student Leaders program we help connect four St. Louis based community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They're awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society.

 

Please apply by January 31, 2020 at https://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/what-guides-us/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=EBZ-EnterpriseBrand-_-vanity-_-EB01VN00BB_studentleaders-_-NA#fbid=o0yE6pYncBQ

 

 

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS/INFORMATION:

 

Career in Cosmetology:

WHAT: Kaskaskia College Cosmetology High School Visit Days
WHEN: March 19 th from 1pm – 4pm
WHERE: Cosmetology Department at Kaskaskia College
27210 College Road, Centralia, IL 62801
WHO: High School Juniors and Seniors considering a career in
Cosmetology
RSVP – Kelli Malone, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 618-545-3306
by March 16 th to reserve a spot.
Attached to e-mailed copy.

 

 

Summer Programs:

The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge Program has begun recruitment for their 2020 Summer Academy. You must be currently enrolled in 9th or 10th grade with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and will have completed Algebra 1 by summer. This program will immerse you in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development as well as college planning. If you meet this criteria and are interested in applying, please visit https://www.umsl.edu/precollegiate/programs/summer.html

 

 

Upcoming Events at SWIC

 

High School Visit Day, Friday, January 24, 2020 from 9 AM to Noon
This year we are introducing a slightly new format for this event that allows students more opportunities to explore programs at SWIC. Before moving into two back to back breakout sessions of their choosing, students will have the opportunity to browse SWIC academic programs and meet faculty in a college fair style set-up exhibition. Students can register to attend or find more info online. We welcome individual students, school groups, or families at this event.


St. Louis Metro East Baccalaureate College Fair, Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM
Local families are invited to browse approximately 100 local, state, and national colleges and universities, as well as attend workshops on financial aid or transferring from community college to a four year university. Students can make the most of their time at the fair by signing up for a Strive Scan barcode in advance to collect college rep information in seconds. More information and a list of colleges is available at SWIC.edu.

 

 

The SIUE Office of Educational Outreach will be offering ACT and SAT prep courses during the Spring semester 2020. The information for the courses is as follows:


ACT Review: This in-depth ACT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the ACT. It condenses lessons into six sessions which begin with a pre-test to assess the group's strengths and weaknesses. The sessions are then individualized to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.
When: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5-8 p.m., February 25-March 11
Where: SIUE University Park, Technology Management Center


SAT Review: This in-depth SAT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the SAT. It condenses lessons into individualized sessions based on the group's strengths and weaknesses to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When: Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m., February 4-25
Where: SIUE Main Campus


Registration is available at http://www.siue.edu/continuing-education/exam-preparation/index.shtml. The cost to attend the ACT session is $199 and the cost to attend the SAT session is $209. This will include books.

 

 

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES

 

The following COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES will be on campus:

 

CHECK BACK

 

If you would like to meet with any of the college representatives, please see Mrs. Cook in the Counseling office for a pass.

 

 

SPORTS

 

WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE:

Attached to e-mailed copy.

 

 

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THE MAROON WAY: Be Respectful, Responsible and Kind!

 
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BELLEVILLE WEST HIGH SCHOOL

STUDENT BULLETIN

 


This Morning’s PA Announcements:

  • Are you a poet and do you know it? Page One and the BW Library are hosting a Poetry Slam on Friday, January 31, during all lunch hours. If you want to compete or attend, come to the library to sign up. Walk-ins will be welcome, but competition spots and seats will be limited, so signing up is recommended. This year, only three-minute original poems can compete; no songs and no covers until the end. There will be an audience-selected winner each 1/2 hour, and attendance prizes as well. Not sure what a Slam Poem is? Find more info and video examples in the student bulletin, or see a librarian for details.

  • Congratulations to the Chess Team for sweeping Christian Brothers College High School at their latest league tournament match.

  • Please keep in mind that we ask you to be in dress code, no hoods or coats on, no ear buds in the hall,  be in class and on time and properly displaying your school ID. Let’s get off to a great start this semester.  

 

 

~ Meal Menus~

Breakfast Menus

Thursday, January 23 - Waffles and Syrup

Friday, January 24 - Ham and Cheese on English Muffin

 

Lunch Menus

Thursday, January 23 - Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Cheesy Breadstick or Cheesy Fish 

Friday, January 24 - Egg Roll with Chicken Fried Rice or Straw Hat

 


GENERAL INFORMATION

 

LATE START SCHEDULE TODAY:

1st hr.9:30 - 10:10 (40)

2nd hr10:15 - 10:55 (40)

3rd hr11:00 - 11:55 (55)

3A - 11:00 - 11:25 (25)

3B - 11:30 - 11:55 (25)

4th hr.12:00 - 12:55 (55)

4A - 12:00 - 12:25 (25)

4B - 12:30 - 12:55 (25)

5th hr. 1:00 - 1:55 (55)

5A - 1:00 - 1:25 (25)

5B - 1:30 - 1:55 (25)

6th hr.2:00 - 2:40 (40)

7th hr.2:45 - 3:25 (40)

 

 

JUNIORS: 3 HOURS OF SCHOOL, TRIPLE CREDITS, MAKE MONEY!!!

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION gives you all of this plus employment assistance! You

don’t have to have a job to enroll, and you don’t have to go to work every day.

Come and see one of us for an application: Mr. Caswell (B-235) or Mrs.Steely

 

 

Juniors with a 3.5 GPA, you should have received a National Honor Society letter in the mail or in your email last week.  If you feel that you should have received this letter, but did not, see Mrs. Quandt in B337 or Mr. Patterson in B344.

 

 

 

Paws for the Cause is right around the corner.  T-shirt orders are due TOMORROW! - Mrs. Quandt

 

 

 

Order deadline Extended! Just Create It!  Order your Page One shirt and/or hoodie here.  Wear it to show your support for Belleville West's Art and Literary magazine.  Or just wear it just because it's cool! Order using the embedded link below and turn in money by January 24th in B335. - Mrs. Thurnau

Page One Order Form

 

 

 

Okay everyone!  Let's make the push to $1000 to help the Australian relief for the fires!  Remember, if we hit our goal with East we will have a dress down day!

 

 

 

The deadline for pre-ordering a 2019-2020 yearbook is Thursday, January 30. This is the only way to guarantee you receive a yearbook in May. We will order extra to sell on yearbook distribution day, but we have sold out in years prior. Yearbook order forms can be found outside the yearbook office, B329, or you can order online by clicking on the Yearbook Banner on the Belleville West homepage.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Short in B314.

 


CLUBS, COMMITTEES & ACTIVITIES

 

Lifesavers is doing a Be Kind project called Love, West. 

Love, West is a thank you letter system that both students and faculty can use to send nice letters of encouragement to others in the school. This is a great opportunity for the student body to spread joy and to be kind to others. Let's build each other up by Being Kind.  The locker is located right outside the library. Locker 1696 and is decorated with Love, West on it. Write an encouraging note to someone and put their name on the outside. Lifesavers will deliver the notes every week. - Mrs. Stinson

 

 

 

BW National English Honor Society candidates:  Do you want a 2019-2020 BW NEHS t-shirt, sweatshirt, or hoodie?  See your student email or Google Classroom for the link to order!

 


COUNSELING

 

Are you a female student who will graduate in 2021?

The nation’s largest and oldest scholarship program has over $1 billion of college scholarships to give to outstanding, well-rounded, academically talented girls in the class of 2021. Distinguished Young Women of Illinois is looking for female students in the class of 2021 to sign up to be considered for this scholarship opportunity. Please visit http://distinguishedyw.org/ for more information and to apply. Deadline is February 1, 2020.

 

 

Hispanic Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has launched their applications for the 2020 High School Hispanic Leadership Institute for upcoming sophomores through seniors (by the fall of 2020). This program is designed to establish and enhance leadership skills among Hispanic students. This program is free for students to attend, complimentary transportation is provided and students receive a stipend upon completion of the program.

You can apply at https://www.hccstl.com/hshliand applications are due Monday, May 11th by 11:59 pm (CT). The program will be from Monday, June 15 – Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please see Mr. Solomon in C109 if you have any questions. 

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP Opportunity for SENIORS

The Busey Bank Community Scholarship Program's goal is to assist graduating high school seniors in continuing their education beyond high school at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. The scholarship award amount is $2,000 per year for four years of full-time enrollment.

If interested in this opportunity, submit your application, cover letter, and references to Mr. Solomon by January 31, 2020.

 

 

Juniors and Seniors

Applications are now being accepted for Bank of America Student Leaders. Every year, through our Student Leaders program we help connect four St. Louis based community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society.

Please apply by January 31, 2020 at https://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/what-guides-us/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=EBZ-EnterpriseBrand-_-vanity-_-EB01VN00BB_studentleaders-_-NA#fbid=o0yE6pYncBQ

 

 

 

Are you a junior who is ready to become a leader?

The Bezos Scholars Program is accepting applications for their year-long leadership development program that amplifies youth voice and action. Each year, 12 students from across the U.S. and an accompanying educator from each school are selected to participate alongside 5 students and an educator from the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa. Scholars gain leadership skills, collaborate and build their networks, and make a meaningful difference in their community. The program is an all-expenses paid trip to the Aspen Ideas Festival, June 27-July 3, 2020. For more information and to apply, please visit https://bezosscholars.org/. The application deadline is January 31, 2020.

 

 

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS/INFORMATION:

 

Career in Cosmetology:

WHAT:  Kaskaskia College Cosmetology High School Visit Days

WHEN:  March 19 th from 1pm – 4pm

WHERE:  Cosmetology Department at Kaskaskia College

27210 College Road, Centralia, IL 62801

WHO:  High School Juniors and Seniors considering a career in

Cosmetology

RSVP – Kelli Malone, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 618-545-3306

by March 16 th to reserve a spot.

 

 

 

Summer Programs:

The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge Program has begun recruitment for their 2020 Summer Academy.  You must be currently enrolled in 9th or 10th grade with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and will have completed Algebra 1 by summer.  This program will immerse you in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development as well as college planning.  If you meet this criteria and are interested in applying, please visit https://www.umsl.edu/precollegiate/programs/summer.html

 

 

 

Upcoming Events at SWIC

High School Visit Day, Friday, January 24, 2020 from 9 AM to Noon

This year we are introducing a slightly new format for this event that allows students more opportunities to explore programs at SWIC.  Before moving into two back to back breakout sessions of their choosing, students will have the opportunity to browse SWIC academic programs and meet faculty in a college fair style set-up exhibition.  Students can register to attend or find more info online. We welcome individual students, school  groups, or families at this event.

St. Louis Metro East Baccalaureate College Fair, Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM

Local families are invited to browse approximately 100 local, state, and national colleges and universities, as well as attend workshops on financial aid or transferring from community college to a four year university. Students can make the most of their time at the fair by signing up for a Strive Scan barcode in advance to collect college rep information in seconds. More information and a list of colleges is available at SWIC.edu.

 

 

 

The SIUE Office of Educational Outreach will be offering ACT and SAT prep courses during the Spring semester 2020.  The information for the courses is as follows:

ACT Review: This in-depth ACT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the ACT. It condenses lessons into six sessions which begin with a pre-test to assess the group’s strengths and weaknesses. The sessions are then individualized to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5-8 p.m., February 25-March 11

Where:  SIUE University Park, Technology Management Center

SAT Review: This in-depth SAT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the SAT. It condenses lessons into individualized sessions based on the group’s strengths and weaknesses to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m., February 4-25

Where:  SIUE Main Campus

Registration is available at http://www.siue.edu/continuing-education/exam-preparation/index.shtml. The cost to attend the ACT session is $199 and the cost to attend the SAT session is $209. This will include books.

 

 

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES

 

The following COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES will be on campus:

 

CHECK BACK

 

If you would like to meet with any of the college representatives, please see Mrs. Cook in the Counseling office for a pass.

 


SPORTS

 

WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE: 

Attached to emailed bulletin

 


 

THE MAROON WAY:  Be Respectful, Responsible and Kind!

 

 
Print

BELLEVILLE WEST HIGH SCHOOL

STUDENT BULLETIN

 


This Morning’s PA Announcements:

  • Are you a poet and do you know it? Page One and the BW Library are hosting a Poetry Slam on Friday, January 31, during all lunch hours. If you want to compete or attend, come to the library to sign up. Walk-ins will be welcome, but competition spots and seats will be limited, so signing up is recommended. This year, only three-minute original poems can compete; no songs and no covers until the end. There will be an audience-selected winner each 1/2 hour, and attendance prizes as well. Not sure what a Slam Poem is? Find more info and video examples in the student bulletin, or see a librarian for details.

  • Today in room B338 Spectrum, an LGBT and ally club, will be having a meeting after school. New members are always welcome so be there!

  • SENIORS:  Don’t forget to email Mrs. Quandt or stop by B337 to have your post high school plans put onto the senior bulletin board.

  • Please keep in mind that we ask you to be in dress code, no hoods or coats on, no ear buds in the hall,  be in class and on time and properly displaying your school ID. Let’s get off to a great start this semester.  

~ Meal Menus~

Breakfast Menus

Wednesday, January 22 - Chicken & Cheese, Breakfast Sandwich

Thursday, January 23 - Waffles and Syrup

Friday, January 24 - Ham and Cheese on English Muffin

 

Lunch Menus

Wednesday, January 22 - General Tso’s Chicken with Rice & Goldfish Crackers

Thursday, January 23 - Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Cheesy Breadstick or Cheesy Fish 

Friday, January 24 - Egg Roll with Chicken Fried Rice or Straw Hat

 


GENERAL INFORMATION

 

At the Glenwood invitation SPEECH & ACTING TEAM tournament on Saturday, Belleville West placed 2nd out of 19 schools.  Congratulations to these students who placed 1st in their events in the varsity division:  Delany Holliday, Jojo Holm, Diego Reed, Elise Moore, Audrey O'Renic, and Isa Karathanos. Champions in the JV division were Diego Reed and Wini James.  --Mr. Jenkins

 

 

 

JUNIORS: 3 HOURS OF SCHOOL, TRIPLE CREDITS, MAKE MONEY!!!

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION gives you all of this plus employment assistance! You

don’t have to have a job to enroll, and you don’t have to go to work every day.

Come and see one of us for an application: Mr. Caswell (B-235) or Mrs.Steely

 

 

 

Juniors with a 3.5 GPA, you should have received a National Honor Society letter in the mail or in your email last week.  If you feel that you should have received this letter, but did not, see Mrs. Quandt in B337 or Mr. Patterson in B344.

 

 

 

PAGE ONE NEWS:  Come buy some delicious goodies from the Page One Bake Sale today!  We will be outside of the cafeteria during all lunch hours!

 

 

 

Order deadline Extended! Just Create It!  Order your Page One shirt and/or hoodie here.  Wear it to show your support for Belleville West's Art and Literary magazine.  Or just wear it just because it's cool! Order using the embedded link below and turn in money by January 24th in B335. - Mrs. Thurnau

Page One Order Form

 

 

 

Okay everyone!  Let's make the push to $1000 to help the Australian relief for the fires!  Remember, if we hit our goal with East we will have a dress down day!

 

 

 

The deadline for pre-ordering a 2019-2020 yearbook is Thursday, January 30. This is the only way to guarantee you receive a yearbook in May. We will order extra to sell on yearbook distribution day, but we have sold out in years prior. Yearbook order forms can be found outside the yearbook office, B329, or you can order online by clicking on the Yearbook Banner on the Belleville West homepage.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Short in B314.

 


CLUBS, COMMITTEES & ACTIVITIES

 

Lifesavers is doing a Be Kind project called Love, West. 

Love, West is a thank you letter system that both students and faculty can use to send nice letters of encouragement to others in the school. This is a great opportunity for the student body to spread joy and to be kind to others. Let's build each other up by Being Kind.  The locker is located right outside the library. Locker 1696 and is decorated with Love, West on it. Write an encouraging note to someone and put their name on the outside. Lifesavers will deliver the notes every week. - Mrs. Stinson

 

 

 

Today in room B338 Spectrum, an LGBT and ally club, will be having a meeting after school. New members are always welcome so be there. - Mr. Garland

 

 

 

HOPE Meeting:  There is a Hope Club meeting Thursday, January 23, 2020.  The meeting will be in B119 at 8:10 a.m.

 

 

 

BW National English Honor Society candidates:  Do you want a 2019-2020 BW NEHS t-shirt, sweatshirt, or hoodie?  See your student email or Google Classroom for the link to order!

 


COUNSELING

 

Hispanic Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has launched their applications for the 2020 High School Hispanic Leadership Institute for upcoming sophomores through seniors (by the fall of 2020). This program is designed to establish and enhance leadership skills among Hispanic students. This program is free for students to attend, complimentary transportation is provided and students receive a stipend upon completion of the program.

You can apply at https://www.hccstl.com/hshliand applications are due Monday, May 11th by 11:59 pm (CT). The program will be from Monday, June 15 – Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please see Mr. Solomon in C109 if you have any questions. 

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP Opportunity for SENIORS

The Busey Bank Community Scholarship Program's goal is to assist graduating high school seniors in continuing their education beyond high school at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. The scholarship award amount is $2,000 per year for four years of full-time enrollment.

If interested in this opportunity, submit your application, cover letter, and references to Mr. Solomon by January 31, 2020.

 

 

 

Juniors and Seniors

Applications are now being accepted for Bank of America Student Leaders. Every year, through our Student Leaders program we help connect four St. Louis based community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society.

Please apply by January 31, 2020 at https://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/what-guides-us/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=EBZ-EnterpriseBrand-_-vanity-_-EB01VN00BB_studentleaders-_-NA#fbid=o0yE6pYncBQ

 

 

 

Are you a junior who is ready to become a leader?

The Bezos Scholars Program is accepting applications for their year-long leadership development program that amplifies youth voice and action. Each year, 12 students from across the U.S. and an accompanying educator from each school are selected to participate alongside 5 students and an educator from the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa. Scholars gain leadership skills, collaborate and build their networks, and make a meaningful difference in their community. The program is an all-expenses paid trip to the Aspen Ideas Festival, June 27-July 3, 2020. For more information and to apply, please visit https://bezosscholars.org/. The application deadline is January 31, 2020.

 

 

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS/INFORMATION:

 

Career in Cosmetology:

WHAT:  Kaskaskia College Cosmetology High School Visit Days

WHEN:  March 19 th from 1pm – 4pm

WHERE:  Cosmetology Department at Kaskaskia College

27210 College Road, Centralia, IL 62801

WHO:  High School Juniors and Seniors considering a career in

Cosmetology

RSVP – Kelli Malone, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 618-545-3306

by March 16 th to reserve a spot.

 

 

 

Summer Programs:

The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge Program has begun recruitment for their 2020 Summer Academy.  You must be currently enrolled in 9th or 10th grade with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and will have completed Algebra 1 by summer.  This program will immerse you in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development as well as college planning.  If you meet this criteria and are interested in applying, please visit https://www.umsl.edu/precollegiate/programs/summer.html

 

 

 

Upcoming Events at SWIC

High School Visit Day, Friday, January 24, 2020 from 9 AM to Noon

This year we are introducing a slightly new format for this event that allows students more opportunities to explore programs at SWIC.  Before moving into two back to back breakout sessions of their choosing, students will have the opportunity to browse SWIC academic programs and meet faculty in a college fair style set-up exhibition.  Students can register to attend or find more info online. We welcome individual students, school  groups, or families at this event.

St. Louis Metro East Baccalaureate College Fair, Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM

Local families are invited to browse approximately 100 local, state, and national colleges and universities, as well as attend workshops on financial aid or transferring from community college to a four year university. Students can make the most of their time at the fair by signing up for a Strive Scan barcode in advance to collect college rep information in seconds. More information and a list of colleges is available at SWIC.edu.

 

 

 

The SIUE Office of Educational Outreach will be offering ACT and SAT prep courses during the Spring semester 2020.  The information for the courses is as follows:

 

ACT Review: This in-depth ACT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the ACT. It condenses lessons into six sessions which begin with a pre-test to assess the group’s strengths and weaknesses. The sessions are then individualized to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5-8 p.m., February 25-March 11

Where:  SIUE University Park, Technology Management Center

 

SAT Review: This in-depth SAT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the SAT. It condenses lessons into individualized sessions based on the group’s strengths and weaknesses to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m., February 4-25

Where:  SIUE Main Campus

Registration is available at http://www.siue.edu/continuing-education/exam-preparation/index.shtml. The cost to attend the ACT session is $199 and the cost to attend the SAT session is $209. This will include books.

 

 

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES

 

The following COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES will be on campus:

 

CHECK BACK

 

If you would like to meet with any of the college representatives, please see Mrs. Cook in the Counseling office for a pass.

 


SPORTS

 

WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE: 

Attached to emailed bulletin

 


 

THE MAROON WAY:  Be Respectful, Responsible and Kind!

 

 

 
Print

BELLEVILLE WEST HIGH SCHOOL

STUDENT BULLETIN

 


This Morning’s PA Announcements:

 

  • Are you a poet and do you know it? Page One and the BW Library are hosting a Poetry Slam on Friday, January 31, during all lunch hours. If you want to compete or attend, come to the library to sign up. Walk-ins will be welcome, but competition spots and seats will be limited, so signing up is recommended. This year, only three-minute original poems can compete; no songs and no covers until the end. There will be an audience-selected winner each 1/2 hour, and attendance prizes as well. Not sure what a Slam Poem is? Find more info and video examples in the student bulletin, or see a librarian for details.

  • Please keep in mind that we ask you to be in dress code, no hoods or coats on, no ear buds in the hall,  be in class and on time and properly displaying your school ID. Let’s get off to a great start this semester.  

 

~ Meal Menus~

Breakfast Menus

Friday, January 24 - Ham and Cheese on English Muffin

 

Lunch Menus

Friday, January 24 - Egg Roll with Chicken Fried Rice or Straw Hat

 


GENERAL INFORMATION

 

JUNIORS: 3 HOURS OF SCHOOL, TRIPLE CREDITS, MAKE MONEY!!!

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION gives you all of this plus employment assistance! You

don’t have to have a job to enroll, and you don’t have to go to work every day.

Come and see one of us for an application: Mr. Caswell (B-235) or Mrs.Steely

 

 

 

Juniors with a 3.5 GPA, you should have received a National Honor Society letter in the mail or in your email last week.  If you feel that you should have received this letter, but did not, see Mrs. Quandt in B337 or Mr. Patterson in B344.

 

 

 

JUNIORS:  Have you ever thought about starting your own business someday?  Or being your own boss? If so, you should check out Belleville CEO.  This a senior only honors class that incorporates Belleville West, East, and Althoff into one class that meets out in the business community.  You will hear from owners/CEOs and tour 60-70 local businesses in order to see what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. By April 2021, you too could be running your own business!  If you are interested in this program, come to an informational meeting in the Library on Monday, January 27 during 2nd hour to meet and talk to current CEO students in the program. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity sponsored by 50 investors in the community.  Get a pass from your counselor today to attend!   

 

 

 

Paws for the Cause is right around the corner.  T-shirt orders are due TODAY! - Mrs. Quandt

 

 

 

Order deadline Extended! Just Create It!  Order your Page One shirt and/or hoodie here.  Wear it to show your support for Belleville West's Art and Literary magazine.  Or just wear it just because it's cool! Order using the embedded link below and turn in money by TODAY in B335. - Mrs. Thurnau

Page One Order Form

 

 

The deadline for pre-ordering a 2019-2020 yearbook is Thursday, January 30. This is the only way to guarantee you receive a yearbook in May. We will order extra to sell on yearbook distribution day, but we have sold out in years prior. Yearbook order forms can be found outside the yearbook office, B329, or you can order online by clicking on the Yearbook Banner on the Belleville West homepage.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Short in B314.


CLUBS, COMMITTEES & ACTIVITIES

 

Lifesavers is doing a Be Kind project called Love, West. 

Love, West is a thank you letter system that both students and faculty can use to send nice letters of encouragement to others in the school. This is a great opportunity for the student body to spread joy and to be kind to others. Let's build each other up by Being Kind.  The locker is located right outside the library. Locker 1696 and is decorated with Love, West on it. Write an encouraging note to someone and put their name on the outside. Lifesavers will deliver the notes every week. - Mrs. Stinson

 


COUNSELING

 

Are you a female student who will graduate in 2021?

The nation’s largest and oldest scholarship program has over $1 billion of college scholarships to give to outstanding, well-rounded, academically talented girls in the class of 2021. Distinguished Young Women of Illinois is looking for female students in the class of 2021 to sign up to be considered for this scholarship opportunity. Please visit http://distinguishedyw.org/ for more information and to apply. Deadline is February 1, 2020.

 

 

 

Hispanic Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has launched their applications for the 2020 High School Hispanic Leadership Institute for upcoming sophomores through seniors (by the fall of 2020). This program is designed to establish and enhance leadership skills among Hispanic students. This program is free for students to attend, complimentary transportation is provided and students receive a stipend upon completion of the program.

You can apply at https://www.hccstl.com/hshliand applications are due Monday, May 11th by 11:59 pm (CT). The program will be from Monday, June 15 – Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please see Mr. Solomon in C109 if you have any questions. 

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP Opportunity for SENIORS

The Busey Bank Community Scholarship Program's goal is to assist graduating high school seniors in continuing their education beyond high school at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. The scholarship award amount is $2,000 per year for four years of full-time enrollment.

If interested in this opportunity, submit your application, cover letter, and references to Mr. Solomon by January 31, 2020.

 

 

Juniors and Seniors

Applications are now being accepted for Bank of America Student Leaders. Every year, through our Student Leaders program we help connect four St. Louis based community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society.

Please apply by January 31, 2020 at https://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/what-guides-us/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=EBZ-EnterpriseBrand-_-vanity-_-EB01VN00BB_studentleaders-_-NA#fbid=o0yE6pYncBQ

 

 

Are you a junior who is ready to become a leader?

The Bezos Scholars Program is accepting applications for their year-long leadership development program that amplifies youth voice and action. Each year, 12 students from across the U.S. and an accompanying educator from each school are selected to participate alongside 5 students and an educator from the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa. Scholars gain leadership skills, collaborate and build their networks, and make a meaningful difference in their community. The program is an all-expenses paid trip to the Aspen Ideas Festival, June 27-July 3, 2020. For more information and to apply, please visit https://bezosscholars.org/. The application deadline is January 31, 2020.

 

 

COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS/INFORMATION:

 

The Belleville Public Library will be hosting a free practice SAT for high school students on March 14th.  Registration is required. See the Counseling office for more information.

 

Career in Cosmetology:

WHAT:  Kaskaskia College Cosmetology High School Visit Days

WHEN:  March 19 th from 1pm – 4pm

WHERE:  Cosmetology Department at Kaskaskia College

27210 College Road, Centralia, IL 62801

WHO:  High School Juniors and Seniors considering a career in

Cosmetology

RSVP – Kelli Malone, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 618-545-3306

by March 16 th to reserve a spot.

 

 

Summer Programs:

The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge Program has begun recruitment for their 2020 Summer Academy.  You must be currently enrolled in 9th or 10th grade with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and will have completed Algebra 1 by summer.  This program will immerse you in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development as well as college planning.  If you meet this criteria and are interested in applying, please visit https://www.umsl.edu/precollegiate/programs/summer.html

 

 

 

Upcoming Events at SWIC

St. Louis Metro East Baccalaureate College Fair, Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM

Local families are invited to browse approximately 100 local, state, and national colleges and universities, as well as attend workshops on financial aid or transferring from community college to a four year university. Students can make the most of their time at the fair by signing up for a Strive Scan barcode in advance to collect college rep information in seconds. More information and a list of colleges is available at SWIC.edu.

 

 

 

The SIUE Office of Educational Outreach will be offering ACT and SAT prep courses during the Spring semester 2020.  The information for the courses is as follows:

 

ACT Review: This in-depth ACT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the ACT. It condenses lessons into six sessions which begin with a pre-test to assess the group’s strengths and weaknesses. The sessions are then individualized to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5-8 p.m., February 25-March 11

Where:  SIUE University Park, Technology Management Center

 

SAT Review: This in-depth SAT preparatory course reviews and teaches concepts needed to prepare for the SAT. It condenses lessons into individualized sessions based on the group’s strengths and weaknesses to effectively prepare for the test. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil to each session.

When:  Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m., February 4-25

Where:  SIUE Main Campus

 

Registration is available at http://www.siue.edu/continuing-education/exam-preparation/index.shtml. The cost to attend the ACT session is $199 and the cost to attend the SAT session is $209. This will include books.

 

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES

 

The following COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES will be on campus:

 

CHECK BACK

 

If you would like to meet with any of the college representatives, please see Mrs. Cook in the Counseling office for a pass.

 


SPORTS

 

WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE: 

Attached to emailed bulletin

 

 


 

THE MAROON WAY:  Be Respectful, Responsible and Kind!

 

 

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