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WEST WIND
TUESDAY MARCH 21, 2017

I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS, ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE, WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL


BEST BUDDIES: Today is World Down syndrome DAY!!! Notice people wearing mismatched socks today - its what we do on World D.s. Day! It shows that even with our differences we are the same. Do you know why World Down syndrome Day is on 3/21? Submit your answer by clicking the link in your first class email!

BEST BUDDIES: Best Buddies has Greenies today...please meet in the cafeteria after school to help!

GIRLS TENNIS: Attention all girls interested in playing Tennis next fall. On Thursday 3/23 there will be a tennis meeting after school in Coach Grahams classroom which is room 223. See you on Thursday!

LIBRARY: The Lost & Found in the library is overflowing! Please stop by to check for your lost items. All will be donated to charity after Friday, March 24th.

REALITY ILLINOIS: Want to make $500 over spring break? Attend training 2 days & work 5 days mapping resources in Glendale Heights. Learn how to interact with local businesses and gain experience to put on their resume! Must be available 3/28-4/1 and 4/8-15.  Email Reality Illinois at Gilda_Ross@glenbard.org.

SENIOR BABY MONTAGE: Have your pic included in our class of 2017 Baby Montage video. You can e-mail your baby pic to GBW2017SENIORS@GMAIL.COM or turn in your baby pics to be scanned in Student Services. The Deadline is March 24th!!! You must include your First Name, Last Name and ID# with your pic please.

STUDENT COUNCIL: Celebrate spring spirit week! Wednesday is USA, Thursday is Hawaiian Day, and Friday is West Spirit.

STUDENTS FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANIMALS: The next meeting of the Students for the Protection of Animals Club will be this Wednesday, March 22nd at 7:10 a.m. in Room 200. Be sure to come and find out about our next exciting activity!


THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

So often we become so focused on the finish line that we fail to enjoy the journey.  ~   Dieter F. Uchtdorf