Daily Menu

Monday, September 17
Korean Pork Taco ($3.50)
Specialty Pizza: Chicken Alfredo

Tuesday, September 18
BBQ Pork Sandwich ($3.50)

Wednesday, September 19
Grilled Chicken Sandwich ($3.25)

Thursday, September 20
Bagel Melt ($1.75)

Friday, September 21
Chicken Gyros ($3)


Happy birthday today to Alex Diffor, Ian Kelly and Evie Redell!

Hygrophobia is the fear of dampness.

Come kick off Hispanic Heritage Month with a celebration on Thursday, September 20 from 3-4pm in room 306 sponsored by Spanish Club. Please contact Sra. Delatorre-Im or Karizma Im with any questions.

Homecoming tickets will be on sale in the lounge between 11 and 1 every day next week. Tickets are $5 each.

Monday – Pajama Day
Tuesday – USA Day
Wednesday – Character/Meme Day
Thursday – Beach/Pool Day
Friday – Green & Gold Day

Sophomore and junior school pictures are now available in the main office.

Baseball, Girls Soccer, Softball, Boys Tennis, Boys Track, Girls Track…Please check the Activities Office if you have awards from the end of season banquets to pick up.

With the remnants of tropical storm Gordon predicted to hit the Midwest in the upcoming days, the decision has been made to postpone our Senior Recognition Night for football, marching band, color guard, dance, and cheer from this Friday to Friday, September 21. All senior parents of students involved in these activities should arrive at Hancock Stadium no later than 6:30pm. The recognition of our students and their parents will take place just prior to the U-High vs Springfield Lanphier football game.

If you would like a student planner, please stop by the main office. While supplies last!

The forum will be held on October 8. The goal of the forum is to bring greater awareness and attention to behavioral health issues and, more importantly, to showcase strategies and resources that are available. We have many useful breakout and keynote sessions planned during this free event, and this year we are including a youth track. All student sessions will be held in the Normal Theater and are open to all McLean county students, ages 12 and above. Adult participants will join the youth for three special cross over sessions throughout the day. Adults and teens ages 12-18 can register at Walk-ins will also be welcome.

Together with Heartland Community College and IACAC, Illinois State University is pleased to host the Greater Mclean County College Fair on Tuesday, October 9th.  The college fair is from 5:30-7:00pm in the Heartland College Recreation and Fitness Center.  There will be representatives from nearly 100 in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities.  This is a great opportunity for your students to find out more about the college selection process and options to further their education after high school.  More information can be found at

For most students, summer jobs represent a financial benefit crucial to college tuition, but more than that, summer jobs often set the basis for good work habits and professionalism. This year, will award their $1,000 Student Savings Scholarship to a current or upcoming college student who can describe an important lesson they learned at their summer job and how it affects their goals after college. For complete details, please see our scholarship page:

The Elks National Foundation awards $2.44 million in college scholarships to a total of 500 high school seniors nationwide through its Most Valuable Student Contest. Deadline is November 15, 2018. Please apply at

The Acorn Equality Fund is a grassroots organization that provides college scholarships for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender persons, their children, and allies in Illinois’ downstate counties. The 2019 scholarships range from $1,000 to $4,000. Applications are available at

Chi Psi Fraternity will be offering three $1,000 scholarships to individuals who exhibit the values of Chi Psi Fraternity. Chi Psi is a social fraternity that is committed to the growth of the individuals in an environment which nurtures integrity, dignity and maturity. It recognizes that academic achievement is fundamental to the development of the individual, and it stands for intellectual growth and the attainment of one’s full potential. Chi Psi also acknowledges its responsibility to the larger community of which it is a part and encourages a collective involvement in serving the needs of the university, the community and society as a whole. If you will be attending the University of Illinois and would like to apply please apply at The deadline is May 3, 2019.