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February 23
CONGRATULATIONS MATTER OF PRIDE WINNERS FOR JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2017

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BACK ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: JORDAN JOHNSON, BRIAN MOHRY, JADEN ROGEL, BRIANNA AGUILAR, ISABELLE BOGOT, TABITHA MANI-EAPEN, ANDREA HINTZ, AND VICTORIA SHUMATE.

FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: TYLOR DETTORE, OSCAR MONTAS, VICTORIA KURISU, MICHAELLA BIBAY, VEESHVA RANA, AND PAUL LAGAHID.

NOT PICTURED: CAMERON STURTEVANT, JIMENA HERNANDEZ, ELENA GIANNOPOULOS, AND DIANE VAZQUEZ.

 O'Plaine staff members nominate students for the Matter of Pride Award from one or more of the following categories:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Academic Improvement
  • Random Act of Kindness
  • Making Warren a Better Place
  • Random Act of Kindness
The students were recognized at the Matter of Pride Award Breakfast  on Thursday, February 23, 2017 by the administration, teachers and staff.
 

 


January 26
O'PLAINE OPEN HOUSE

Thursday, February 9, 2017
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Teachers will be present to meet with parents on an individual basis.  We are happy to provide you with the opportunity to visit with teachers and ask questions specific to your child’s progress and the expectations of the curriculum. 
 
The only thing needed to make the evening a success is you.  You are most welcome to come at any time during the evening.  We look forward to seeing you and providing you with whatever information you may need to better assist your student in their experience at Warren Township High School.
 
 
 
 
December 19
STUDENTS AND STAFF DONATE HUNDREDS OF GIFTS TO REILLY SCHOOL IN CHICAGO

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S​tudent Council sponsored Letters to Santa again this year. This is a program run through Direct Effects Charity.  Each year, WTHS sponsors a school in Chicago. This year’s school is Reilly School– and there were over 1,100 letters!  Thanks to Dana Lainio and Paul Karnstedt for their hard work in organizing this year’s event. Between both campuses, we were able to send close to 1,400 gifts for children who might not receive any presents this year, beyond our donations!!
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December 09
CONGRATULATIONS MATTER OF PRIDE AWARD WINNERS FOR NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

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BACK ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: SAVANNAH GALLAGHER, JOSEPH HALE, SAM AIELLO, ARTURO BARRERA, PAULINE BROECKLING, RAMANPREET KAUR, JIMMY POREMBA, EVAN LEDEN.

FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: KAREN KRAUSE, TIM SCHENK, EMILY BAIO, MATT KROLL, MADISON OLMS, ASHLEY ROEDER, CLAIRE TURNER, JOE HENNESSEY.

O'Plaine staff members nominate students for the Matter of Pride Award from one or more of the following categories:
  • Academic Excellence
  • Academic Improvement
  • Random Act of Kindness
  • Making Warren a Better Place
  • Random Act of Kindness
The students were recognized at the Matter of Pride Award Breakfast  on Thursday December 8th by the administration, teachers and staff.

 


December 06
Congratulations to Frankie Jaimes-Gold Medal Winner!

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Congratulations to Frankie Jaimes for winning several gold medals while competing at the Fred Lamback Disability Invitational. This is an International Para Swimming event specifically for athletes with disabilities The meet took place at the August Aquatic Center, in the state of Georgia.  Not only did Frankie win gold in several races, he also set records for the fastest times in three events.  He has also competed in Miami where he swam in the 50 freestyle, 50 back, and 100 freestyle, winning gold medals in all 3 races. Frankie has been invited to swim IPC National Championships being held in June.  This meet acts as a selection meet for the IPC World Championships being held in Mexico next fall.

Frankie competed in the S14 division, winning every race he swam!  Here are Frankie’s results:
50 freestyle- 25.78 IPC AMERICAN RECORD
100 butterfly- 1:06.07 IPC AMERICAN RECORD
100 freestyle- 55.77 IPC AMERICAN RECORD
50 butterfly- 29.77, 1st Place
200 freestyle- 2:07.09, 1st Place


October 28
MRS. LUZ BRAVO RECEIVES CLAES NOBEL EDUCATOR OF DISTINCTION AWARD

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Mrs. Luz Bravo was recently selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). A role model to pupils, Mrs.Bravo was nominated for outstanding dedication and commitment to excellence in the classroom. Each year student members of NSHSS are invited to nominate the educator who has made the most significant contribution to their academic career for the Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction award. This honor recognizes exemplary educators whose passion and devotion inspire their students to grow and develop as scholars, leaders and citizens. Mrs. Bravo is pictured above with her former student Jennifer Barerra, who nominated  her for this award.

October 28
CONGRATULATIONS MATTER OF PRIDE AWARD WINNERS FOR OCTOBER 2016

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BACK ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: PEYTON HINES, SHAUN SAMUEL, CONNOR LANGE, JAIRENNE OFILANDA, VANESSA MAYS, CHRISTIAN WATSON, AND JULISSA MARTINEZ-ANGELES.

FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: AYKEEM SPIVEY, WESLEY TUNELIUS, MAGGIE DORR, MAKAYLA MOHAJER-IRAVANI, ISABELLA REYES, AND SUHANI SANCHEZ.

NOT PICTURED: FRANKIE O'CONNOR, ASHLEY LOISEL, ANGY CEVALLOS-QUINDE

O'Plaine staff members nominate students for the Matter of Pride Award from one or more of the following categories:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Academic Improvement
  • Random Act of Kindness
  • Making Warren a Better Place
  • Random Act of Kindness
Students are recognized at the Matter of Pride Award Breakfast each month and given a t-shirt and coupons/gift cetificates from local businesses for their selection as a recipient of the award


October 04
CONGRATULATIONS MATTER OF PRIDE AWARD WINNERS FOR AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2016

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BACK ROW-FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: JOEL RODRIGUEZ, RAVEN TOWNSEND, ISABELLA KIFER, DIEGO SOTELO, TIM MURRAY, CAROLINE KUCHARSKI.

FRONT ROW-FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: THAILYN OUM, JILLIAN TAPIA, ATHIRAI AMBIKKUMAR, TREY HOWLEY, MITCHELL REICH

O'Plaine staff members nominate students for the Matter of Pride Award from one or more of the following categories:
  • Academic Excellence
  • Academic Improvement
  • Random Act of Kindness
  • Making Warren a Better Place
  • Random Act of Kindness
Students are recognized at the Matter of Pride Award Breakfast each month and given a t-shirt and coupons/gift cetificates from local businesses for their selection as a recipient of the award

 

September 29
Powder Puff 2016

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On a rain soaked Wednesday Night our Freshmen and Sophomore girls competed in our 5th annual Powder Puff game.  Our Sophomore girls came away with an exciting 26-12 victory.  Thanks to James Messina, Ryan Bruno and Chrissy Bruno for coaching the competing teams.  This event is truly a school wide event as Ms. Cheryl Anderson, her Sports Marketing classes and the Business Departments at both campuses organize the event, design the uniforms and provide the publicity.  They also recruit the officials and coaches for this event.  Thanks also to all that helped with officiating and helped with the chains.  This was and enjoyable and fun evening for all.
 


September 27
Homecoming 2016-Through the Decades

This year, Student Council is continuing the tradition of a spirit days.  Each day of the homecoming week has a theme based on a different decade as students and faculty are free to dress the part. Here are the various spirit days:

Date
Decade/year
Explanation
Monday 9/26
50’s
Dress like a greaser!
Tuesday 9/27
60’s
Dress like a hippie! Wear tie dye!
Wednesday 9/28
80’s
Wear your neon and 80s fashions!
Thursday 9/29
90’s
Bust out your flannel and other grunge wear!
September 9/30
2017
Celebrate our centennial with your Warren apparel!

 

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