Attention Montini Maniacs: Do you have a dog?? Do you love other people's dogs?? Then YOU need to be at Montini's first ever Bark in the Park! Join us this Saturday April 20th for the Boy's Varsity Baseball game with a Game Day First Pitch Rally starting at 11am by "the Rock". There will be food, games, and music prior to the baseball game. Sign a consent form with Ms. Steiner in room 103 if you plan to bring your dog! JOIN THE STAMPEDE! WOOF!
How's your Lent going? Staying strong with your resolutions? Need a little boost in the form of God's grace? Well, you're in luck! Today, Monday of HOLY WEEK, Fr. Matt will be here in our very own chapel hearing confessions during all the lunch periods! Just a few minutes of your time and you'll be "good with God" and on your way to a fruitful Lent! God bless you.
Attention Students Taking AP Exams: We will be holding a mandatory AP Pre-Administration Session after school at 2:00 pm on Thursday, April 18th in the cafeteria. Please bring a #2 pencil. It will last about 30 minutes and save you time on exam day. Students taking the AP World History Exam, will do their Pre-Administration Session in class and do not need to attend this session. Please see Ms. Gawenda if you have any questions.
- Prom tickets are being sold online through the Montini website, during sixth and eighth lunches, and after school in Ms. Medina's room today. Tickets are $50 for dinner and the dance and $35 for post-prom at Enchanted Castle. Sales end Thursday at the end of the day.
- Guest forms can be found online or in the Prom email. They must be returned by Thursday at the end of the day.
- Code of Conduct forms for all students attending Prom are available online and are due to either coach Smith or Ms. Medina.
- All prom-goers and their parents are expected to attend a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m.
ROBOTICS: This past Saturday at the Museum of Science and Industry, our Montini Robotics team competed in the 2nd annual Argonne National Laboratories Autonomous Vehicle Competition. Teams from ten different high schools designed, built, and programmed vehicles that could drive themselves through a maze-like obstacle course. U.S. Congressman and former Fermi Lab physicist, Bill Foster, gave the opening address and met with our team. The Montini Robotics team had to submit a detailed design and budget for their vehicle back in December. The team has been working multiple afternoons and evenings per week since their vehicle components arrived in January. The competition on Saturday was more than five hours long. Teams had to pass vehicle inspection, had to be interviewed by multiple Argonne scientists and engineers about their vehicle and they had to make a presentation about their vehicle in the rotunda of the museum. Finally, teams had to make one last public presentation introducing themselves and describing the work on their vehicle before placing it in the obstacle course. All the months of hard work came down to just one official timed run in the obstacle course in front of a large crowd. The Montini team and their vehicle performed incredibly well and won the second place trophy! Team Captain Al Walsh and team members Max Kramer, Billy Cyze, Matt Hejny, Sarah Zimmerman, and Andrew Ernat worked through major setbacks and overcame great odds to achieve a fantastic finish that should make us all proud! Congratulations to our Bronco Robotics Team!
Do you want to meet students from our 12 other Lasallian Schools? Do you want to learn about issues that our society is dealing with today? Then you should come to the Lasallian Youth Assembly this summer in Chicago. Come to the informational meeting in Mr. Blocks room 205 after school
Chicken Tenders, fries and a side.
Turkey & provolone on a pretzel roll in the DELI-
Soup Of The Day- Italian Vegetable