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									  Glenbard West High School
  April/May 2010                                                                                                      From Jane Thorsen, Principal

                                  Principal’s Letter                                                         Principal's Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

                                                                                             In This Issue
                                                                                                             Future Planning 2010-2011 . . . . . .1
                    Dear Parent/Guardian,
                                                                                                   Student Recognition . . . . . . . . . .2-3
                        When I received Mr. Monaghan’s email today requesting
                                                                                                   Staff Recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                    that I order my gown for commencement, I knew we were
                                                                                                   Athletic Announcements . . . . . . . .3
                    eons away from those beautiful fall afternoons on Duchon
                                                                                                   Message from Superintendent . . . .4
                    Field where we stood brimming with possibility and promise
                                                                                                   GPS Parent Series . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
                    for a new school year. And what a year it has been! Amazing
                                                                                                   Retirees from West . . . . . . . . . . . .5
achievements for students, staff and families in the classroom, at extra-curricular
                                                                                                   Post Prom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
venues and on our athletic fields have further affirmed our proud ethos of Pride,
                                                                                                   News from Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . .6
Tradition and Excellence here in our beautiful castle on the hill. Many
                                                                                                   Booster Banter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
accomplishments of our students and staff exceed even lofty expectations; some
                                                                                                   Forensics News . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
goals remain to be accomplished. While the start of a school year is ripe with
                                                                                                   Second Semester Exam Schedule . .7
hope, the end of the year is rich with reality.
                                                                                                   PSAE Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
  Personally, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful parent
                                                                                                   Dates to Remember . . . . . . . . . . .8
organizations for their hard work and dedication throughout the school year. We
are fortunate to have parents as partners in this effort to educate our children.
                                                                                                   Insert: News for Seniors
Whether you’ve attended one of our popular and informative lectures in our
Glenbard Parent Series (GPS), spent time helping us prepare mailings or mega-
hours fundraising as part of Boosters, BOP or Choral Parents, your efforts to assist in our mission are essential and appreciated. Special
thanks go to members of the Memorial Field Capital Campaign Committee for raising over $300,000 since last November toward the
goal of maximizing field space for Physical Education and our growing number of extracurricular opportunities for students. Students
use this campus from dawn to dusk, and this artificial turf will even increase students’ opportunity to practice and compete right here
where they belong.
  Special thanks to three Glenbard West staff members who “graduate” this year as well. Mark Clutter (English/Library), Sue Sanders
(Guidance), and Mike Timpanaro (Science) have given decades of dedicated service to students, staff and families. We wish them
health, happiness and fulfillment in retirement pursuits!
                                                                       As we move closer to commencement there will be specific
                                                                    recognition ceremonies to honor our students, so please be sure to
    Future Planning 2010-2011                                       look closely at the Dates to Remember section in this newsletter.
                                                                    But not all is about the end of the year. We are also preparing for
                     “Back to School Week”                          summer classes at Glenbard West and have an Enrollment
           (Schedule distribution, ID/Yearbook pictures,            Handbook chock-full of credit and non-credit courses that will
             Book Sales, Transportation info & more)                provide our students with opportunities for discovery, enrichment
                                                                    and skill enhancement. A full complement of summer sport camps
                 Monday, August 16 – seniors
                                                                    are also described in the online handbook at
                      9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
                                                           for more detailed information.
                Tuesday, August 17 – freshmen
                      9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
                                                                       I am honored to serve as principal of such a unique learning
                Wednesday, August 18 – juniors                      community. I enjoy nothing more than watching GWHS students
                      9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.                         grow and develop into thoughtful young adults who are well
              Thursday, August 19 – sophomores                      prepared for future challenges. The final phase of successfully
                      9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.                         completing this semester and final exams stands ahead of us before
     Thursday, August 19 – Late Registration/Book Sales             we can go in to total celebration mode! When the work is
                      5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.                         complete, please join me in relishing the culminating activities of
                                                                    a phenomenal year!
                    Freshman Orientation
    More information to come in the summer registration packet.            Sincerely,
                        Friday, August 20                                  Dr. Jane Thorsen, Principal
                    8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

                                                 Student Recognition
National Merit Finalists                                                                                                   Matter of Pride – February
Michael Annes                                                                                                              Lauren Babb
Margaret Schwartz                                                                                                          Katherine Burrello
Matt Zettinger                                                                                                             Alex Cooper
                                                                                                                           Rachel DelCiello
U.S. Presidential Scholar                                                                                                  Tiffany Lockhart
Matt Zettinger                                                                                                             Paul Luczak
                                                                                                                           Tommy Nalon
Perfect ACT Score                                                                                                          Joe Puma
Daniel Motel – sophomore                                                                                                   Myles Purdom
Livingston Human Relations                                                                                                 Luis Sanchez
Ellen Barry                                                                                                                Matter of Pride – March
Jody Bianchini                                                                                                             Katie Berg
Joseph Hlavaty                                                                                                             Riley Blevins
Haley Flynn                           National Merit Finalists Mike Annes, Margaret Schwartz and Matt Zettinger.           Nick Burrello
Grace Lavery                                                                                                               Lauren Davis
                                                                                                                           Syed Kaleem
Sergio Luna                          Math Team 1st place at                       3rd Quarter Departmental
                                                                                                                           Peter Long
Kyle Radon                            Regionals                                     Awards
Erica Stephan                                                                                                              Travia Pickett
                                     Qualified for State May 1st                  Lydia Smith – Art Department
Denise Umubyeyi                                                                                                            Trent Schumann
                                     Coaches                                      Alex Stockwell – Business
Yocelyn Uribe                                                                                                              Sarah Steinhilber
                                     Tanya DeGroot                                   Education Department
                                                                                                                           Lucy Vazquez
                                     Jen Kalata                                   Maddie Nagle – Drivers Education
Daughters of the American            Ruba Puorto                                     Department
 Revolution                                                                       Hariette Diahn – ELL Department
                                                                                                                           Technology Center of
Erica Stephan                        Michael Annes                                Ava Holz –
                                                                                                                             DuPage – A-Team
                                                                                                                           Christina Aquino – Nurse
                                     Sonja Bromann                                   English/Speech/Theatre
Sons of the American                                                                                                          Assistant
                                     Adam Coleman                                    Department
  Revolution                                                                                                               Edgar Benitez – Computer
                                     Tim Coutre                                   Sarah Leonard – Family &
Connor Loftus                                                                                                                 Information System
                                     Chris Geiersbach                                Consumer Science Department
                                                                                                                           John Berent – Engineering/Cad
                                     Jordan Geiersbach                            Loni Cohen – Health Department
Forensics Team – 3rd at                                                                                                    Matthew Beymer – Auto Tech
                                     Daniel Hudson                                Philip Woods – Mathematics
  State                                                                                                                    Joaquin Borromeo – Nurse
                                     Evan Johnson                                    Department
Coaches                                                                                                                       Assistant
                                     Erin Kenney                                  Emily Crowe – Music Department
Tony Crowley                                                                                                               Jonathan Deutscher – Computer
                                     Sheila Kotadia                               Michael Mache – Physical
Laura Kammes                                                                                                                  Information System
                                     Shirley Kotadia                                 Education Department
Eddie Resendiz                                                                                                             Matt Dusik – Auto Tech
                                     Sonam Kotadia                                Ellen Dawe – Science Department
                                                                                                                           Christopher Elliott – Culinary Arts
Annie Houghton-Larsen – 1st in       Daniel Motel                                 Jaskaran Rajput – Social Studies
                                                                                                                           Timothy Klein – Electronic Pre-
  Informative Speaking               Nic Nogulich                                    Department
                                                                                                                              Engineering Technology
Annie Houghton-Larsen – 2nd in       Hamsini Rao                                  Christina Aquino – Technology
                                                                                                                           Alexandra Lagunas – Criminal
  Humorous Duet Acting               Syed Razvi                                      Center of DuPage
Mitch Bley – 2nd in Humorous         Mohammad Saad                                Jeffrey Pridgen – World Languages
                                                                                                                           Roberto Lopez – Auto Body
  Duet Acting                        Steven Swindler                                 Department
                                                                                                                           Marcus Nguyen – Computer
Riley Cook – 2nd in Humorous         Kevin Thomas
                                                                                                                              Information System
  Interpretation                     Daniel Wang
                                                                                                                           Jacquelyn Obate – Early
Grace Carey – 4th in Special         Philip Woods
                                                                                                                              Childhood Education
  Occasion Speaking                  Matt Zettinger
                                                                                                                           Laura Osegueda – Nurse Assistant
Adin Lykken – state qualifier                                                                                               Travia Pickett – Cosmetology
                                                                                                                            Jennifer Plonka – Culinary Arts
Girls’ Gymnastics Team –                                                                                                    Rhonda Stovall – MultiMedia
  5th at State                                                                                                              Keith Sullivan – Computer
Coaches                                                                                                                       Information System
Carlos Fuentes                                                                                                              Peter Svoboda – MultiMedia
Joe Kocinski                                                                                                                Norma Velazquez – Early
Jacob Luketin                                                                                                                 Childhood Education
                                                                                                                            William Villafania – Electronic
Becky Mladucky – 2nd in Uneven                                                                                                Pre-Engineering Technology
  Parallel Bars &                                                                                                           William Zabicki – Computer
10th in Floor Exercise                                                                                                        Information System
Sarah Udelhofen – 8th in Balance                                                                                            Michael Zielonski – Electronic
  Beam                                                                                                                        Pre-Engineering Technology
Missy Guzman – 9th in Floor
  Exercise                            Girls Gymnastics –                                                                   DuPage County
Kinnari Badger – state qualifier      Front row – Shauna Gialluisi, Megan Brennan, Missy Guzman, Shannon Dietz              Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Megan Brennan – state qualifier       and Lucy Vasquez, team manager
Shannon Dietz – state qualifier       Back row – Pete Mastandrea, Asst. Athletic Director, Linda Oberg, Asst. Principal
                                      for Athletics, Sarah Udelhofen, Nicole Pagor, Rebecca Mladucky, Abbie                Certificate of Excellence
Shauna Gialluisi – state qualifier                                                                                         Sergio Luna
Nicole Pagor – state qualifier        Garchitorena, Kinnari Badger, Peter Monaghan, Asst. Principal for Student Services
                                      and Coach Fuentes.

                                            Student Recognition
World Affairs Seminar                         Chess Team – 9th at State                Haiti Relief Fund
Julie Berg                                    Coaches                                  In an effort to contribute to the Haiti Relief
Patrick Kelly                                 Scott Liechty                              fund of Glenbard West, students who work
                                              Bennett Joseph                             with the Glen Ellyn Titans as referees
Rotary Youth Leadership Award                                                            raised $600 by contributing their game
Matt Buthman                                  Brandon Bonifer                            fees. Great effort from Glenbard West’s
Tessa Loftus                                  Carson Jones                               finest!
Sam Nevins                                    Jamison Kaczmarek
Danielle Olsen                                Nic Nogulich                       Andrew Garwood - leader
Parker St. John                               Tony Ruiz                          Becky Kelleher - leader
                                              Kevin Thomas                       Kyle Bos
J. Kyle Braid Leadership Camp                 Max Von Lehe                       Sam Cardona
   Award                                      Dan Wang                           Will Caspers
Johnny Casper                                 Matt Zettinger                     Grace Farley
Katherine Larribie                            Frank Zhang                        Tracy Flood
Karin Leaderhouse                                                                Danny Kelleher
Alex Lekazc                                   Boys’ Wrestling – Sectional        Anne Lemenager
                                                Qualifier                        Matthew Mache
                                              Coach                              Michael Mache
President’s Volunteer Service
                                              Nick Posegay                       Pat Ozog
Dharmik Patel                                                                    Kelli Pryde
                                              Zak Hassan – 119 lb. weight class
                                                                                 Claire Riley
Eagle Scout Rank                                                                 Ben Ruby
                                              Chicago Tribune Illinois High      Olivia Schwartz
Ian Smith                                       School All-State Academic Team – Abel Silmon
                                                nominee                          Patrick Wilder
                                              Adin Lykken

                                                                            Athletic Announcements
                  Staff Recognition                                       from Linda Oberg, Assistant
   National Board                     2010 IMSA Award of                     Principal for Athletics
    Certification                       Excellence Recipient
   Sandy Smith, Science               Teacher Recognition              Summer Camps – The Summer Camp
   Jessica Uhl, Special Ed            Kim Sammarco                     schedule has been posted on the
                                                                       Glenbard West Home Page. You can
   Distinguished Service              Heart and Soul Winners           register for summer camps through the
    Awards                            September, 2009 –                Glen Ellyn Park District. All Glenbard
   Joyce Barrett, Psychologist          February, 2010                 West families will be charged the same
   Sue Sanders, Guidance              Mark Clutter – Library &         fee through the park district, there will
     Counselor                         English Department              not be any non-resident fees for our
                                                                       summer camps. Tennis Camps will be run directly
                                      Vicky Counihan – Library         through the Glenbard West Athletic Department. Please
   School Team - World                  Secretary
     Language Department                                               contact the Athletic Department (630) 942-7550 for
   Lisa Alajoki, Department           Chris Larsen – APSS Secretary    tennis summer camp registration procedures only.
     Chairman                         Eileen Maxon – Guidance              Fall Sport Pre-registration on Tuesday, August 10,
   Jessica Callicoat                    Secretary                      2010 - Please be sure to get those physicals updated. Pre-
   Gina Casey                                                          registration for fall sports will be held on Tuesday,
                                      Nancy Merkle – Library           August 10 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. in Biester foyer. ALL
   Maria Belgrave                      Circulation Secretary
   Areli Diaz                                                          ATHLETES MUST REGISTER ON AUGUST 10 BEFORE
   Juan Carlos Fuentes                Mike Neberz – Guidance           ATTENDING THEIR FIRST PRACTICE/TRY OUT. Athletes
   Anne Krol                           Director                        will be required to show proof of a physical that is less
   Mary Miller                        Deb Redmond – Bookstore          than one year old, and turn in two separate forms that
   Laura Roy                           Manager                         require parent signatures: #1 Athletic Code & IHSA
   Scott Shearon                                                       Consent to Steroid Testing and #2 Athletic Registration
                                      Eddie Resendiz – Math
   Alicia Washburn                                                     Form. All forms can be found on the rack outside the
   Michelle Wuttke                                                     Athletic Office and they may be downloaded from the
   Debra Zimmerman                    Jon Walsh – Art & Music          athletic website. The first day of practice/try outs for all fall
   Laura Zimmerman                      Department Chairman            sports is Wednesday, August 11.
   Matt Stacy, Bldg. Facilitator of   Lorena Weaver – ELL Aide             Thank you for supporting our young athletes and their
     Instructional Tech.                                               coaches. It has truly been a pleasure for me to work with
                                                                       all of our athletes and their families.

                                                                                                            It has been an extremely successful year for
            A message from                                                                                the Glenbard Parent Series -GPS- Navigating
                                                                                                          Healthy Families with participation
            Superintendent                                                                                numbering in the hundreds for our monthly
             Mike Meissen                                                                                 workshops. Your evaluations have been very
                                                                                                          positive and this is some of what you said
                                                                                                          you have learned.

                              e are living in turbulent times.
                             Unemployment and the growing            Stay involved, stay calm, listen, and use respect-based techniques.
                             poverty rate are taking a ruinous       Model- making good choices, volunteer work, and optimism.
                   toll on families. The State’s dire financial      Encourage, praise effort, and work-ethic, not the grade.
                   condition is having a devastating effect on a     Don't do take-a-ways; instead provide rewards for behavior met.
                   wide range of services, including education.      Scientific evidence of adolescent brain immaturity validates their inability to
                   We face an education funding crisis unlike          think clearly.
                   anything seen in decades. Scandals and            Don't be a spy, overreact or be afraid of conflict; breathe.
                   failures among big names in corporate             Alcohol is the #1 drug.
America continue to challenge consumer confidence. The               Don't give up. What values do you wish to pass on?
national health care reform debate rages on. Our troops
continue to defend freedom in Iraq and Afghanistan.                    GPS continues to offer highly acclaimed speakers and best-selling authors at
   Despite so much turmoil in our world, there are good            its April and May workshops. Don't miss out. Hear Dr. Michael Thompson offer
things happening in education and much for us to be excited        two very special programs on the same day.
about as we look to the future.
                                                                   Tuesday, April 13 at 11:00 a.m.
   In Glenbard, our goal is to prepare students for a changing
                                                                   "The Nature of Boys – Raising Cain" - Marquardt Administration Center, 1860 N.
and complex global economy and world. We are focused on
                                                                   Glen Ellyn Road, Glendale Heights
continuous improvement. We are raising the bar for students
                                                                     Parents lament: "What's the matter with my son? Why won't boys talk to adults?"
and supporting them as they strive to reach their goals. With
                                                                     America's boys are in trouble. Boys today are faring worse in the classroom than ten
a goal of continuous growth toward excellence, we are
                                                                     years ago. They struggle between the demand for emotional silence and the need for
committed to realigning the curriculum and increasing the            healthy emotional expression. What are some of the risk factors that afflict the lives
rigor of courses for all students. We also are committed to          of boys? What can we do to create schools, families and communities where boys can
closing the achievement gap.                                         thrive?
   We believe in the value of professional development, which
enables our teachers and administrators to implement the           Also on Tuesday, April 13 at 7:00 p.m.
most effective strategies that will meet the needs of a range of   "Raise Responsible Teens: Helping Your Child Find Success in School and Life" -
learners. Investing in professional development pays               Glenbard South Auditorium, 23 W 200 Butterfield Road, Glen Ellyn
dividends when we see increased student achievement.                 Dr. Thompson mixes anecdote and clinical experience with his research on the
   As evidence of our focus on improvement and growth, our           outcomes of different parenting styles and comes up with a recipe for providing teens
Strategic Plan includes the following core values:                   with an internal foundation for moral behavior. All adolescents need a "framework"
• Continuous improvement: We will strive for continuous              around them. How can a parent provide consistency and autonomy? What parenting
                                                                     style really works? Dr. Thompson is a superstar among parent-speakers. He has
  improvement, recognizing that being open to change is a
                                                                     appeared on the Today Show, the Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC 20/20 and CBS 60
  risk worth taking.
                                                                     Minutes. Dr. Thompson is the co-author, host and narrator of a two-hour PBS
• Professional development: We believe that continued                documentary entitled "Raising Cain: Focus on Boys". As an author, Thompson has
  learning for faculty and staff keeps the district aligned to       eight books to his credit including the New York Times bestseller, "Raising Cain:
  best practice and better equipped to achieve our mission           Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys". Come listen to this acclaimed expert and best-
  and vision. Learning is an empowering, lifelong process.           selling author provide insight into raising and communicating with your adolescent.
                                                                     These events are sure to be a highlight of this years GPS programming.
   Our data indicates that we are seeing positive results
because of professional development related to Professional        Tuesday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Learning Communities, Read180, Positive Behavior                   "The Secret Life of Teens: The Teen Party Scene" – Dr. Heather Hale - Glenbard
Intervention and Support, Response to Intervention and             East Auditorium, 1014 N. Main, Lombard
Project CRISS (CReating Independence through Student-                Our teens are often eager to speak to their parents, but parents are not always so
owned Strategies.)                                                   comfortable or receptive to this dialog. National surveys show that adolescents from
   We have seen an increase in the areas of graduation rates,        families who talk openly about stress, school, sex, drugs, and relationships are more
attendance rates, average reading growth, average math               likely to turn to their parents if faced with a crisis. Learn how parents can talk more
growth, average science growth, average English growth,              openly with their teens. What are the communication skills that work when dealing
Advanced Placement test takers, and the number of students           with the issues teens face everyday? Dr. Hale brings a wealth of special-needs
passing Advanced Placement exams.                                    counseling experience to this presentation. Specializing in teen, group, family therapy
   Professional development related to the Sheltered                 and substance-abuse assessment, she is a highly sought-after speaker, providing teen,
Instruction Observation Protocol and our Minority Student            parenting and drug/alcohol education to parents about the challenges adolescents face
Achievement Task Force also will help us realize our goal of         developmentally and socially.
increased student achievement.
   Improvements made to date are noteworthy, and we strive             All GPS programs are sponsored by the Cebrin Goodman Center. For more
to see even greater achievement for all students as we work to     information contact Gilda Ross, Student and Community Projects Coordinator
inspire and empower every student to succeed.                      at (630) 942-7573 or

           Three Special Retirees from West                                                                  POST PROM NEWS
                        Mark Cluttter, Library and English
                                Mark Clutter retired in January after 33 years of teaching - 6 years at      Dear Parents:
                        Reavis High School and 27 years at Glenbards East and West. Worked a four-              Prom time is approaching and The
                        year stint in sales for General Mills in the early 80's, which gave him a great      Glenbard West High School CARES
                        perspective for how blessed I've been to work in public schools.                     committee is in the midst of creating a
                                Mark earned his undergraduate degree in English from Western Illinois        “marvelous,                  imaginary
                        University in 1973; Master's in Language Arts from Northeastern Illinois             place”…WONDERLAND!
                        University in 1986; my 'drive for 75' included 3 sessions of Project SEED.
                                Mark spent most of his teaching years in the English classroom - got               2010 Glenbard West
                        certified in Library (and German) late in his career, which accounts for his
time in the Elliott Library at West. Achieved certification in 2004 in National Board for Professional               WONDERLAND
Teaching Standards and helped grow Glenbard's cadre of National Board Certified Teachers. We are                    Post Prom Party
all very proud of this accomplishment!                                                                       GEPD Ackerman Sports & Fitness Center
   Mark helped with many extracurricular activities over the years: speech team coach, dramatics               Saturday, April 24 — April 25, 2010
coach - directing, building and lighting sets, props, publicity and Sports Talk Club at West.                        11:30 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.
   Retirement plans: Mark’s only children, two daughters, are getting married within 10 weeks of each
other, this March and June - attending to the myriad of details is high on his list! One of those                Open to all GBW juniors and seniors
weddings is in Florida, so that necessitates travel there to help out (Darn!). Staying in touch with
                                                                                                             (attending Prom is not necessary). There
fellow January District 87 retirees, who accompany Mark on yearly trips to the Boundary Waters
Canoe Area Wilderness. Also Matt Stacy, who can actually fish those lakes! Reading, reading,                 will be many entertaining activities and
reading...without having to make up quizzes and study guides. Also remembering fondly the                    games. Pizza and refreshments will be
wonderful kids and teachers that it's been his honor to work along side of for so long.                      available throughout the evening.
                                                                                                              “Curiouser and curiouser”…putting a
                       Sue Sanders, Guidance Counselor
                                                                                                             party together has its challenges and takes
                              Sue Sanders retired in January after 25.5 years at Glenbard West. She
                       grew up on the north side of Chicago and attended Western Illinois University         on real-life matters…We need your help
                       and in 1976 earned a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. Four years             with fundraising!
                       later in 1980 she earned her Masters of Science in Guidance and Counseling            • Monetary Donation— Contributions
                       from Northeastern Illinois University. Sue began her teaching career at                 are appreciated to help fund the event
                       Wheeling High School in 1976. In 1980 she married and moved to Denver                   and the much-coveted prizes! Please
                       and was a counselor at Cherry Creek High School until she moved back to                 make checks payable to GBW-CARES-
                       Illinois and came to West in 1984.                                                      Post Prom. Mail to: Earl Fischl, 154
                       As a guidance counselor she has worked with numerous students and families              Stableford Drive, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
on a wide range of issues. She felt her most important task was to advocate for the student whose            • Prize Package Donation— Sports
voice was not always heard or understood. Her passion was learning about and sharing information
                                                                                                               Tickets, Music CDs, Movie Tickets, and
about colleges for Glenbard West students and their families. Sue has always felt that Glenbard West
has been a special place because the West community has always been so strong and supportive.                  other products and services from local
   Sue was a class sponsor, assisted in peer mediation, a Target Success leader for 10 years, a member         businesses make excellent prizes!
of the staff development committee, member the Minority Student Achievement Task Force                         Please contact: Christa Mannion, (630)
Committee, member of the University of Illinois Counselor Advisory Board, an active member of                  790-1359,
Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling for 25 years, and served on National                   • Volunteer— organize, set-up, clean-up
Association for College Admission Counseling Board for 3 years.                                                or supervise the activities! Please
   Sue has a son attending Iowa State University and does not intend to retire just yet. She hopes to          contact: Kim Toliver, (630) 750-0173,
continue working with students and their families figuring out the path to college. Sue is thankful for
the opportunities the West community offered her for the past 25 years.                                      • Most important of all— Help your
                         Michael Timpanaro, Science                                                            teen make the safe choice. If your teen
                                Michael Timpanaro retired in January after 41 years of teaching, 21 of         wants to go out on Prom night,
                         them at Glenbard West. He graduated from Loyola University of Chicago in              encourage him/ her to go to the Post
                         1969 with a, and Northern Illinois University in 1979 with a M.S           Prom Party. You will know that they are
                         degree. Teaching at three schools during his 41 years, he has taught math,            experiencing      an     extraordinarily,
                         social studies and science, enjoying all areas of learning. He has taught general
                                                                                                               wonderful and safe celebration with
                         science, physical science, biology, physics, anatomy & physiology, astronomy,
                         earth science, geography, algebra and geometry. Over the course of his career         their friends.
                         he was a department chair, baseball coach, musical theatre director, freshman
                         moderator, a member of numerous improvement committees, and mentor to               We are always happy to answer questions;
numerous first year teachers at West.                                                                        please don’t hesitate to ask!
   He loves working with students to show them that learning can be fun and hard work pays off. He
especially takes pride in teaching the integrated instruction program since its inception at West. This      Sincerely,
program integrates students of various abilities in a class that is team-taught by dedicated and             Post Prom Committee
innovative special education teachers. He also worked with the successful Freshman Team and STRIVE           Karen      Ellis,,
programs, both designed to help students reach their full potential.                                         (630) 790-8323
   He is very grateful to all the high school and college teachers who believed in and inspired him to
                                                                                                             Erin Moroni,,
become a teacher. He also wishes to thank all the educators who had confidence in his ability to hire
him as a teacher, and especially all of his students who kept him young.                                     (630) 740-2909
   Michael is married to Paulette and will celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary in July. They have       This event is sponsored by the Glenbard
four boys, Brian (’98), Dennis (‘00), Corey (’02) and Gregory (’04), all graduates of West. Corey and        West CARE’s Parent Network
Julie have given Michael and Paulette their first grandchild, Oliver. They hope to make many trips to
Tampa and enjoy their grandson and the sunshine.

              News from the                                                                  Booster Banter
           Fine Arts Department                                                   Spring is in the air at West and the Boosters are ready to
                                                                              celebrate this year’s effort and begin planning for 2010-2011.

      he Music Department recently completed various tours. The
      Orchestra traveled to Iowa and performed at the University of           Our first two events are book sale/registration and the Kick-off
      Iowa Invitational. The Bands traveled to Orlando and                    Bash. The Kick-off Bash is the ‘ice cream social’ of Glenbard
marched down Main Street in the Magic Kingdom and then had a                  West. It is held after the cross-town football game and has
recording session at a Disney studio. The choirs have completed               proved to be a fun community building event, not to mention
various events such as traveling to Northern Illinois University for          a great way to begin a new school year.
a conference on Morten Lauridsen’s choral music. Other choral                     Planning for next school year begins now and is not
students traveled to Cincinnati for the American Choral Directors             possible without our members. This past year we enjoyed
Association Central Division Honor Choir. The last few months                 several events beginning with the annual book sale and
have been very busy as students travel and share their music with             registration and officially ending with Senior Showcase.
the wider musical community.                                                  Hopefully you have had an opportunity to attend a Booster
    The Art Department has selected for their student of the third            event this year. We are GBW parents and community members
quarter junior Lydia Smith. Lydia’s work has been selected for                coming together to support our high school while having a
exhibition in our annual student art shows since her freshman year.           great time.
This year Lydia has been a class leader in Studio Art A.P. where she              Glenbard West Boosters fundraise to support our students,
is producing a portfolio of mixed media drawings using closets as             not just our athletes but our entire enrollment. We work in
her subject matter.                                                           partnership with West administration to understand the
    The Music Department has selected for their student of the                curricular and co-curricular needs of our school. As of this
third quarter senior, Emily Crowe. Emily is co-president of choir             writing we are reviewing this years grant requests from staff,
and a member of the chamber choir and in the AP Music Theory                  and expect to award ~$140,000 to our programs. In 2008-09
class. She is co-conductor of the women's a cappella group,                   school year Boosters funded the World Language lab, and this
Nothing But Treble, and has been selected to the IMEA district                year launched a community-wide capital campaign to meet
honor choir this past fall and more recently the ACDA central                 the requirements of the district collaborative funding model
division honor choir this past February in Cincinnati.                        for artificial turf.
    Art students recently capped off yet another successful year with             It has been a productive year for Glenbard West Boosters,
Glenbard’s 50th annual student art show. A retired art teacher from           but it only gets better with your participation. Class of 2014
the Chicago Public School system judged over one hundred works                parents Glenbard Gear makes fun graduation gifts for your
of various media, representing the very best of this year’s student           8th graders!
production.                                                                       We look forward to wrapping up the year and planning for
    Numerous winners walked away with awards that included a                  2010-11. It certainly takes a village…won’t you join us?
purchase prize sponsored by District 87. That chosen work will                    Betsy and Dave Goltermann
eventually be framed and permanently hung either at the District                  Co-Presidents Glenbard West Boosters
offices or here at Glenbard West.                                       
    Want to grocery shop and help the music groups at West at the
same time??? Then please think about participating in Market Day.
Market Day is a group that sells many grocery style food items and
donates a portion of the profit to local groups. Here at Glenbard                   One Point Separates
West, the music department sponsors Market Day. You can place an
order by going to the Market Day website (
                                                                                      Top Four Teams at
or by contacting Jonathan Walsh, music department chair at (630)                  State Speech Tournament
942-7451 and receiving an order form through the mail. Orders are
                                                                                The Glenbard West Forensics team concluded its season in a
usually due the Wednesday before the pick-up day. Remaining sale
                                                                            3rd place tie with Downers Grove South at the State Speech
dates are: April 10, May 8, and June 5. We all need to eat and at
                                                                            tournament in Peoria. Glenbard West and Downers Grove South,
times grocery shopping can be a drag, so why not shop and
                                                                            state champion for the past five years, finished just one point
support our music groups at the same time.
                                                                            behind the two teams that tied for 1st place - Oak Lawn and
    We have had a very busy and wonderfully musical year. From
marching band to musicals, festivals and tours, and suddenly, our
                                                                                The combined scores of individual finalists determined team
end of year concerts, the music department would like to invite you
                                                                            points at the State tournament and after the two preliminary
to please join us in the Auditorium at 7:30pm for the culmination
                                                                            rounds; Glenbard West had finalists in five events. Senior Annie
of a year of outstanding music making. Listed below are many year-
                                                                            Houghton-Larsen was named the first State champion for
end events, we hope you can attend.
                                                                            Informative Speaking, a new event this year. Glenbard West also
                                                                            had runners up in two events - seniors Mitch Bley and Annie
                     Jazz Concert – April 13
                                                                            Houghton-Larsen for Humorous Duet Acting and junior Riley
                 Music Awards Night – April 14
                                                                            Cook for Humorous Interpretation. Mitch Bley also took 3rd place
               Cabaret Night – April 16 in the Cafe
                                                                            for Radio Speaking and 4th place was awarded to junior Grace
                  Honors Music Recital – May 4
                                                                            Carey for Special Occasion Speaking.
                Glen Ellyn Jazz Festival – May 10
                                                                                This was the team’s best State tournament finish since 1996 and
                 Spring Choir Concert – May 18
                                                                            followed a 2nd place finish in Sectionals and 1st place honors at
                     Variety Show – May 21
                                                                            the Regional tournament. Guiding the 80 person team is English
                 Spring Band Concert – May 25
                                                                            teacher, Tony Crowley, who took over as head coach in 2003.
               Spring Orchestra Concert – May 27

                                  Second Semester Exam Schedule
                                                          RESOURCE PERIODS
Wednesday, June 2                                         Students may meet with their teachers to review for upcoming exams Wednesday, June 2 and
                                                          Thursday, June 3 from 12:25 – 1:10 p.m.
7:40 – 9:05     Period 1-2 Exam                           MAKE-UP EXAMS
9:05 – 9:20     BREAK                                     Students who have an excused absence or those with three academically heavy final exams on
                                                          Wednesday, June 2 may choose to reschedule an exam for Thursday, June 3 or Friday, June 4.
                (Passing Period – Break)
                                                          Students wishing to explore this option should consult with their Dean.
9:20 – 10:45    Period 3-4 Exam                           TECHNOLOGY CENTER OF DUPAGE (TCD)
10:45 – 11:00   BREAK                                     TCD students are not required to attend TCD during finals (June 2 – June 4). On these days
                                                          Cosmetology students must provide their own transportation IF they are required to complete
                (Passing Period – Break)
                                                          hours. Please see the Dean’s Office with any questions.
11:00 – 12:25   Period 5-6 Exam                           STUDY HALLS
                                                          During exam week, study halls will meet as regularly assigned. Students with a Resource Pass
12:25 – 1:10    Resource period                           from a teacher may be excused to take an exam or complete a project in the computer lab.
                (Individual assistance available)         COMPUTER LAB
                                                          The computer labs are open only to those students who need computers to complete final exam
                                                          projects. Only students with a Resource Pass from a teacher indicating the type of project to be
Thursday, June 3                                          completed will be admitted.
7:40 – 9:05     Period 7-8-9 Exam                         The library will be open for student use before and after school, as well as during the resource
9:05 – 9:20     BREAK                                     periods. Also, study hall students are welcome to come to the library during their scheduled
                (Passing Period – Break)                  study hall times. Students are expected to maintain a quiet atmosphere conducive to studying.
                                                          HALLWAY SECURITY
9:20 – 10:45    Period 9-10-11 Exam                       No students will be allowed in the halls. Teachers should help maintain a good testing
                                                          environment by keeping students in class. Teachers may not dismiss their classes or
10:45 – 11:00   BREAK                                     individual students prior to the end of the exam period even though they complete the exam
                (Passing Period – Break)                  early. Passes should be given only if absolutely necessary.
11:00 – 12:25   Make-up Exam                              TRANSPORTATION
                                                          Regular morning bus service will be provided on all exam days. Busses will depart Glenbard West
12:25 – 1:10    Resource period                           at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2 and Thursday, June 3 with a late bus departure of
                (Individual assistance available)         1:15 p.m. on both days. On Friday, June 4 busses will depart Glenbard West at 10:50 a.m. with
                                                          NO late bus departures scheduled. There will be NO activity bus runs on exam days.
                                                          BOOK BUY BACK
Friday, June 4                                            Seniors Only may return their books to the Bookstore, Tuesday, May 25 through Friday, May 28
                                                          from 7:00 a.m. – 3:30p.m. During Final Exam days, the cafeteria will conduct a "book buy back"
7:40 – 9:05     Period 12-13 Exam                         program for only those books that will be used next year. The “book buy back" will be for all
                                                          underclassmen and will take place from 12:25 – 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday and from
9:05 – 9:20     BREAK                                     10:45 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Friday in the cafeteria.
                (Passing Period – Break)                                 BOOK BUY BACK WILL NOT BE CONDUCTED DURING EXAM PERIODS.
9:20 – 10:45    Period 14-15 Exam                         • All state loan textbooks must be returned to the teacher the day of the final exam.
                                                          • The cafeteria will be open for breakfast during all exam days from 7:00 – 7:40 a.m.
                                                          • NO student lunches will be served on exam days.

                               PSAE TESTING SCHEDULE – APRIL 28 & 29, 2010
Wednesday, April 28, 2010 - Juniors only
7:30          Juniors check into assigned testing rooms              Thursday, April 29, 2010 - Juniors only
7:40 - 7:50   Instructions                                           7:30           Juniors check into assigned testing rooms
7:50 - 8:35   ACT English (45 min.)                                  7:40 - 7:45    Instructions
8:35 - 8:37   2 minutes instruction                                  7:45 - 8:25    ISBE Science (40 min.)
8:37 - 9:37   ACT Mathematics (60 min.)                              8:25 - 8:26    1 minute instruction
9:37 - 9:52   15 minute break                                        8:26 - 9:11    WorkKeys Applied Mathematics (45 min.)
9:52 - 9:53   1 minute instruction                                   9:11 - 9:26    15 minute break
9:53 - 10:28  ACT Reading (35 min.)                                  9:26 - 9:29    3 minutes instruction
10:28 - 10:29 1 minute instruction                                   9:29 - 10:14   WorkKeys Reading for Information (45 min.)
10:29 - 11:04 ACT Science Reasoning (35 min.)                        10:14 - 10:55 Junior only lunch
11:04 – 11:09 5 minute break
11:09 – 11:10 Instructions
11:10 - 11:40 ACT Writing Test (30 min.)                             All Freshmen,       Sophomore, Junior & Senior Students
11:40 – 12:20 Junior only lunch                                      11:00 - 11:50        Period 7/8/9 (50 min.)
                                                                     11:55 - 12:45        Period 9/10/11 (50 min.)
All Freshmen,    Sophomore, Junior & Senior Students                 12:50 - 1:40         Period 12-13 (50 min.)
12:20 - 1:00      Period 1-2 (40 min)                                1:45 - 2:35          Period 14-15 (50 min.)
1:05 – 1:50       Period 3-4 w/announcements (45 min)
1:55 - 2:35       Period 5-6 (40 min)

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                                                   DATES TO REMEMBER
 April                                                                         May
                                                                                1    SAT testing – Glenbard West – 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
   5 Classes resume – Spring Recess Ends                                             Spring Play Matinee “Charlotte’s Web”–Auditorium –3 p.m.
     PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.                                           3    PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.
   6 District 87 Choral Solo & Ensemble Concert – Glenbard North – 4 p.m.       4    Honors Music Recital – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
   7 BOP Meeting – Rm. 110 – 7:30 p.m.                                          5    BOP Meeting – Rm. 110 – 7:30 p.m.
   8 GEYC Meeting – Rm. 428 – 7 p.m.                                            6    CPA Meeting – Choir Room – 7:30 p.m.
     World Language Induction Ceremony –Auditorium –7 p.m.                      7    GEYC Cinco DeMayo Dance – Biester – 8 to 11 p.m.
     CPA Meeting – Choir Rm. – 7:30 p.m.                                        8    Market Day pick-up – Auditorium Lobby – 9:15 to 10 a.m.
  10 Market Day pick-up – Auditorium lobby – 9:15 to 10 a.m.                   10    PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.
  12 PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.                                          11    GPS – Parents’ Discussion Group – Glenbard East – 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
  13 GPS speaker: Dr. Michael Thompson “The Nature of Boys – Raising Cain” –         GPS Series – Speaker: Dr. Heather Hale “The Secret Life of Teens: The Teen
     Marquardt Admin. Center –11 a.m.                                                Party Scene” – Glenbard East – 7 p.m.
     GPS – Parent Discussion Group –Glenbard South – 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.         12    Theatre Awards Evening – Auditorium – 7 p.m.
     GPS speaker: Dr. Michael Thompson “Raising Responsible Teens – Helping    13    Student Recognition Convo – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
     Your Child Find Success in School and Life” – Glenbard South – 7 p.m.     15    Orchesis Performance – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
     District 87 Jazz Festival – Glenbard East – 7 p.m.                        17    PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.
  14 Music Awards Night – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.                               18    Spring Choral Concert – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
  15 Booster Meeting – Library – 7:30 p.m.                                     19    Senior Honors Convo – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
  16 Cabaret Night – Cafeteria – 7:30 p.m.                                     20    Booster/Awards Meeting – Library – 7 p.m.
  17 Incoming 8th Grade Dance – Cafeteria – 7 to 10 p.m.                       21    Variety Show – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
  19 PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.                                          24    Exams for seniors in danger of failing – Library
     National Honor Society Induction– Auditorium–8 p.m.                             PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.
  21 Mandatory Senior Meeting – Auditorium – 12:50 p.m.                        25    Spring Band Concert – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
  24 Prom – The Meadows Club in Rolling Meadows – 6 to 11 p.m.                 27    Spring Orchestra Concert – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.
  26 PLC Early Dismissal at 1:55 p.m.                                          28    Last day for seniors
                                                                                     Senior Most Awards/Dance
  28 PSAE Testing – Juniors only – 7:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
                                                                               31    NO SCHOOL – Memorial Day
     Late arrival for freshmen, sophomores and seniors at 12:20 p.m.
  29 PSAE Testing – Juniors only – 7:30 to 10:55 a.m.
     Late arrival for freshmen, sophomores and seniors at 11 a.m.              June
     GEYC Meeting –Rm. 428 –7 p.m.                                             2-4   Final Exam Days
     Spring Play “Charlotte’s Web” – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.                      2   Graduation rehearsal/Cap & Gown Distribution – Field House – 11:20 a.m.
  30 Spring Play “Charlotte’s Web” – Auditorium – 7:30 p.m.                          BOP Meeting – Room 110 – 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                3    CPA Meeting – Choir Room – 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                4    Last day for freshmen, sophomores and juniors
                                                                                     Commencement–Duchon Field–6 p.m.
                                                                                5    Market Day pick-up – Auditorium Lobby – 9:15 to 10 a.m.

                                       inspire ... empower ... succeed
                                                News for Seniors

     Commencement Ceremony                                                      Prom 2010
                                                                         “Dancing in the Moonlight”
      he ceremony for commencement will be here sooner
      than we might imagine. Please note that this year’s
      graduation ceremony will be held Friday, June 4 on               Please take a moment to read the following
Duchon Field. The entire event takes approximately seventy-            information regarding this year's Prom. Many
five minutes. Participation in commencement is not                     people have been working and planning to ensure
mandatory. However, those who do take part are expected to             that this event will be special for all who attend.
conform to the following dress requirements: boys should               The following is a list of vital Prom information.
wear a white dress shirt, dark slacks and appropriate footwear.
Girls should wear a lightweight dress and appropriate                  • Prom is on Saturday, April 24th at The Meadows
footwear. Shorts, and or cut offs are not allowed. Students              Club in Rolling Meadows, 2950 W. Golf Road.
who cannot accept these requirements will be excused from              • An elaborate dinner will be served, including:
participation in the exercises. Glenbard West takes great pride          freshly baked bread accompanied with whipped
in this ceremony and we know that you share our desire to                butter, Italian minestrone soup, house garden
maintain the dignity of this important occasion for your                 salad, chicken parmesan with a side of mixed
student and family. Please refrain from bringing balloons and            vegetables, and raspberry gelato in a chocolate
large floral bouquets into the stands as they block the view for         covered waffle bowl. A vegetarian option is
other spectators. It is important that we allow everyone to see          available.
and enjoy this important event. In the event of rain, the event
will be held in Biester Gym. Should this be the case, we will          Ticket Prices
make the decision by 3:30 p.m. and notify parents through our          During the week of April 5-April 9- tickets will
web page and our switchboard message answering machine                 be $100/couple and $60/single
630-469-8600. Regardless of where graduation takes place,              During the week of April 12-April 16- tickets
there will be additional seating available in the air-conditioned      will be $110/couple and $60/single
auditorium to view the ceremony on closed-circuit television.
As we look forward to this year’s culminating activities, we will      Please make checks out to Glenbard West
maintain our expectations for serious work and proper
behavior through the last day of student attendance. Any               ____________________________________________
requests for college visits or other prearranged absences will
not be honored after Friday, May 14.                                   • No ticket refunds.
                                                                       • The event starts at 6:00 p.m. and ends at
                                                                         11:00 p.m.
                                                                       • Students need to enter the Prom no later than
                                                                         7:00 p.m.
                                                                       • Identification will be required at the door. No
           Year-end Distractions                                         guests over the age of twenty will be allowed into
                                                                         the dance.

        ccasionally, a graduating senior uses poor judgment            • Photos will be taken before dinner and
        during these last days in high school and engages in             throughout the evening.
        campus vandalism or improper conduct at school events.         • DJ will play dinner music during dinner and
Such behavior could jeopardize that student's participation in the       dance music after dinner.
commencement ceremony and/or result in more serious
consequences. Throughout the end of the year, Glenbard West
administration will have a number of talks with our senior class
about year end behavior and “exiting with pride.”
   Also, please help us to maintain the expectations of
good attendance up until the end of the school year.                                            Fees
There are no "ditch days" and students who miss school

                                                                          ome seniors have financial obligations with the
for unauthorized reasons will face academic and                           bookkeeper, bookstore or library. All financial obligations
disciplinary consequences.                                                must be cleared in order for a student to participate in
                                                                     graduation. The deadline for all payments is Wednesday,
                                                                     May 26. Students and parents should contact the bookkeeper
                                                                     with any questions regarding outstanding fees.
                                                 News for Seniors
   Tickets and Caps and Gowns

    ach graduate will receive four tickets. Additional tickets may
    be requested by using the TICKET ORDER FORM                    Significant Dates
APRIL 21. These additional tickets will be color-coded and will not      Wednesday, April 21
be honored if commencement is held indoors due to rain. These            Mandatory Senior Meeting in auditorium, period
tickets will be distributed at commencement rehearsal on
Wednesday, June 2. We will provide a tented section on the field
                                                                         12-13 - extra ticket order form distributed. The
for those who have physical limitations. Admittance to this area         Senior Class group picture will be taken following
will be by special “white” ticket only. Please request special seating   the meeting by Panoramic Pictures ($19 –
on the order form. Order forms will also be available in the Dean’s      laminated). You may bring a check, made payable
office. NO PHONE ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN. Please note that                  to Panoramic Pictures or cash to purchase your
we will have air-conditioned closed circuit seating available in
                                                                         class picture.
the Auditorium.
    Caps and gowns will also be distributed at commencement
rehearsal. Cost for caps and gowns vary but start at $26.56. Most        Monday, May 24
seniors have already purchased caps and gowns. Any student, who            Final exams for seniors in danger of failing a
has not, should notify the Dean’s Office immediately.                    course.

                     Photographs                                         Wednesday, May 19
                                                                         Senior Honors Convocation in the auditorium at

     or your benefit, we have made arrangements with
     Chappel Studio for a professional photographer to record            7:30 p.m. You are invited to attend this assembly
     the moment your student is awarded a diploma. The full-             to recognize the many academic achievements of
color proofs of these photos will be mailed, at no charge, to            the Class of 2010.
your home approximately one week after graduation.
Enlargements will be available to you at a reasonable price.             Wednesday, May 26
   This service will enable all students to have a photograph of         The deadline for seniors to clear all financial
their commencement. Families are encouraged to remain in                 obligations. Financial obligations must be cleared
their seats, enjoy the ceremony, and limit picture taking to             in order to participate in graduation.
before and after the presentation of diplomas. We feel that you
will be satisfied with the high quality of the photograph
provided by Chappel Studios.
                                                                         Friday, May 28 – Last Day for Seniors

                                                                            Friday, May 28th is a regular attendance day
                 Student Records                                         for all seniors – those who do not attend school,
                                                                         will not be allowed to attend the awards or dance

       he following policy of the Glenbard Board of Education
      is called to your attention: “Student Records - Rules and          that night.
      regulations to govern school records and Glenbard Policy 5125
on student records require that parents/graduating students be           Senior Picnic – After School
notified of the student record destruction schedule and of their right   "Senior Most” Convo - in the auditorium from
to request a copy of such records at any time prior to their
                                                                         7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
destruction. Please be advised that temporary records shall be
                                                                         Senior Circle Dance from 8:30 – 10:00 p.m.
retained for at least 5 years after the student has transferred,
graduated, or otherwise permanently withdrawn from school.”
                                                                         Wednesday, June 2
                                                                         Rehearsal for commencement will begin promptly
            Commencement DVD                                             at 11:20 a.m. in Biester Field House. ATTENDANCE
                                                                         AT REHEARSAL IS REQUIRED.
               for Purchase
      Infinite Video Productions will be providing a DVD of              Friday, June 4
  Commencement for all interested parents. Forms will be
                                                                            Commencement at 6 p.m. on Duchon Field (or
  distributed at the senior meeting on April 21. You may
  preorder your DVD by contacting:                                       Biester gym - rain location)

                   1880 E. Fabyan Parkway,
                      Batavia, IL 60510
             (630) 389-0000 - FAX (630) 389-0208

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