Reavis High News

All School Testing Information & Room Assignments

Freshmen: PSAT Testing:
                Class of 2020 Test Room Assignments
                Arrival – Late Start Bus Schedule (9:00)
                Dismissal – 1:00 p.m.
 
Sophomores: PSAT Testing:
                Class of 2019 Test Room Assignments
                Arrival – Late Start Bus Schedule (9:00)

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Junior Javier Gutierrez who continues to be recognized for his amazing artistic talents!  Last month, Javi’s colored pencil piece titled Captive, won First Place in the drawing category at the Illinois High School Art Exhibition.  This prestigious show exhibits the work of over 500 student artists from over 100 high schools.  Javi’s first place recognition truly means he is the “Best of the Best”!
 

State Champions

Congratulations to the Drama Department (CRAST) for their extraordinary accomplishments this past weekend at the IHSA Drama and Group Interpretation State Finals in Springfield.
 
The G.I. cast of El Deafo advanced from Friday’s prelim to the Saturday Final Round.  Reavis was awarded STATE RUNNER-UP for its outstanding performance!  Student performers Paulina Przygonska, Victor Casco,  Isabel Sanchez and Elise Surzyn were named to the All-State cast.
 

PREP-A-PA-LOOZA

Reavis Juniors are continuing the push toward 15 million points in SAT homeroom as part of the Junior Class Challenge.  The Class of 2018 has bolstered their total to 9.1 million points, and they're still going!!  All Juniors are invited to put in additional dedicated practice time in the Library after school.  These practice sessions will run Monday through Thursday starting at RAM, and they will go until 4:00 pm.  As an added perk, we'll be raffling off delicious taco lunches to juniors who attend.  #whowantstacos

PREP-A-PA-LOOZA

Reavis juniors are continuing the push toward 15 million points in SAT homeroom as part of the Junior Class Challenge.  The Class of 2018 has bolstered their total to 9.1 million points, and they're still going!  All Juniors are invited to put in additional dedicated practice time in the Library after school.  These practice sessions will run Monday through Thursday starting at RAM, and they will go until 4:00 pm.  As an added perk, we'll be raffling off delicious taco lunches to juniors who attend.  #whowantstacos

​Congratulations

Congratulations to junior Claudia Kania for winning the prestigious Academic Achievement Scholarship to study at Columbia University in New York during the summer! Out of the many outstanding candidates from all over the world Claudia was also able to secure an $8,000 scholarship to help fund this amazing opportunity! She continues her study of politics and journalism!  Congratulations Claudia! 

2017 SIX FLAGS GRAD NIGHT

Attention ALL Seniors:  Don’t miss out on your last fun event before Graduation, 2017 Six Flags Grad Night!!!   This will take place on Saturday 5/13 into Sunday 5/14.  You will meet at Reavis on Saturday 5/13 at 8:30pm and we will return to Reavis on Sunday 5/14 approximately 6:00am.  The event is $50.00 (cash only) tickets will be on sale in the cafeteria 5/3 till 5/11.  Season passes are NOT valid for this event.  You must complete a permission slip before you purchase your ticket.  They can be found in the Special Programs Office.

Prom 2017

Friday, April 28 th
7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Odyssey Country Club
Tinley Park, Illinois
All Reavis upperclassmen and their guests are
invited to attend a dazzling evening of dining
and dancing.

Tickets will be on sale
April 3rd, 4th, and 6th
 
 

​Blood Drive:

 Save a life…Donate Blood!  Reavis High School will be hosting our Spring Blood Drive on Thursday, March 30th from 7:30am - 2:00pm in the MAIN GYM. Students can sign-up in Study Hall, PE, Health or Drivers Ed. classes. Why donate?  You will receive free pajama pants, earn points toward scholarship money for Reavis, but most importantly you can SAVE a LIFE!!!! *You must be at least 16 years old to donate blood.  *Weigh at least 110lb. and be in good health  *New Changes: ALL 16 & 17 year olds will need a signed parental permission to donate! *You must bring a photo ID.

Congratulations!

Reavis High School and the Physical Education Department are pleased to announce that Mr. Steve Stearns has won the South Suburban High School Association Teacher Excellence Award!  Mr. Stearns will be recognized tomorrow afternoon at the Phil Lawler DuPage County Institute for Physical Education, Health Education, & Driver Education in Naperville.  We are very happy for Steve and appreciative for all his hard work at Reavis.  

IHSA State Music Solo & Ensemble

Reavis hosted the IHSA State Music Solo & Ensemble Saturday, March 4th, and hosted over 1700 students from around the Chicagoland area, and not only was the hosting amazing, thanks to the faculty, staff, and particularly MAINTENANCE crew of Reavis High School, but the results from the Reavis Musicians were astounding!  Thank you everyone for your constant support!!!!
 
IHSA SOLO & ENSEMBLE RESULTS-REAVIS HIGH SCHOOL
 
A special congratulations to Senior Mezzo-Soprano, P. Guzman, for being awarded ‘Best Of Day’ for her Solo, Après un Rève, by Gabriel Fauré!

Parent University

Next week, on Tuesday, March 7, Reavis will be hosting our spring Parent Teacher Conferences from 3:00-7:30 p.m. While parents are strongly encouraged to join us to pick up progress reports for students and meet with teachers, we would also encourage parents to take advantage of the Parent University session that we are hosting from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the band room.

Congratualtions

Reavis honors our student athletes and activity members for their incredibly impressive accomplishments at the various IHSA state competitions in what Dr Riordan referred to as, "the culmination of a lot of hard work over a period of many many months".

Congratulations to the Reavis Boys Bowling Team, Cheerleaders, Wrestler Jimmy McAuliffe, Speech Team Member Jamila Ghosheh, and STATE CHAMPION Teresa Estrada!

GO RAMS! 

Respect

This February, our monthly theme is Respect. As you walk through the halls, think of how you can best show respect for a fellow student or staff member. On Wednesday February 15th The Rams will show respect by wearing green to honor cancer awareness. 

Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award ​and Scholarship

Senior student Natalia Kwiatkowska was awarded with the (DAR) Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award and Scholarship on Monday afternoon. This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. Congratulations to Natalia!

INTEGRITY

J.C. Watts once said, “Character is doing the right thing when nobody’s looking.”
INTEGRITY is our Rams are Responsible theme for the month of January. Having integrity means being honest and having strong moral principles. Our students, faculty, and community exercise good character each and every day, which is exhibited by making good choices, doing the right things for the right reason, and through being honest with themselves and with others. Let’s start off the 2017 by incorporating integrity through all triple A events: academics, athletics, and activities.

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