Reavis High News

Next Steps Transition Conference for Parents

The Next Steps Program is a team training and family resource system, educating teams of parents/ caregivers, consumers and professionals to plan with and advocate for children and youth with disabilities.


Date: October 29, 2011
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m.
Location: Reavis High School—You must be registered for the conference and have a picture ID.


Don’t let the Flu catch You!  It is recommended by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) that people ages 6 months and older be vaccinated each year against the flu.  Stickney Township clinic will be here at Reavis High School on Wednesday October 19th in the Multipurpose Room for any student  interested in receiving the Seasonal Flu vaccine.   Vaccine information sheets and consent forms will be available in the Nurse’s Office as well below.  This vaccine is FREE for all students! 

Fall Testing Day

Fall Testing Day is Tuesday, October 11th

NOTE: There will be NO Zero Hour on Fall Testing Day.
Testing will occur in two groups:
  • Juniors, reclassified juniors and test-taking seniors need to be here at regular time, 7:55am. Morning buses will be running at the regular times to accommodate our juniors, reclassified juniors and test-taking seniors.
  • Freshmen and sophomore students need to arrive at Reavis at 8:50am.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

First-semester Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held at Reavis on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 from
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Faculty members will be present to speak with parents and guardians regarding their student’s progress. Please
enter the building by the main gym lobby, where guidance counselors will be distributing report cards and directing you
to faculty locations. Individual appointments are not scheduled, so please be sure to allow adequate time to meet with
the faculty.

Congratulations Hannah Judge

Hannah Judge won the Pink Ribbon Art Contest in her age group at Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital.
The contest called for essays or artwork related to Breast Cancer awareness, education or experiences.
Her winning entry will be displayed at Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital during the month of October 2011.
Congratulations Hannah!

Columbus Day

Columbus Day celebrates the arrival of Christopher Columbus on the American continent in 1492. 
Reavis High School will be closed on Monday, October 10th.  in observance of Columbus Day.

Reavis Wins Westfield Mall Contest!

We are proud to announce Reavis is the winner of the recent Give Back to School promotion at Westfield Chicago Ridge Mall.  Thanks to the determination and support of Reavis students, families, faculty and staff, Reavis will be the recipient of a $2,500 prize, as well as a "Reavis Day" celebration at Westfield Chicago Ridge Mall on Saturday, October 22nd, where we will have an opportunity to showcase our school and our Ram pride. 
Congratulations to the entire Reavis family for winning this promotion!  
And as always, GO RAMS!

Homecoming Dance

“A Night Beyond the Stars”, the 2011 homecoming dance, will take place on Saturday, September 24th, 7:30pm – 10:30pm in Reavis’ Main Gym.  Tickets for this fantastic event are $15 – single, $25 – couple and can be purchased in the student cafeteria during all lunch periods through Friday, September 23rd.  *Ticket prices increase to $20 each if you purchase your ticket at the door. 

Welcome Class of 2015

At Freshmen Orientation, the class of 2015 began its first day at Reavis High School in the auditorium where they were entertained and inspired by speaker Steve Troligio.  The rest of the day they participated in ice breaker activities, competed in Wheel of Wisdom, took in the Athletic / Activity Fair, and walked through their classes.  The Reavis Ambassadors made sure that these new Rams were ready when they joined the entire student body on Wednesday.  Welcome Class of 2015!

One Million Bones

Please donate $5.00 to Reavis High School to support a social justice art project that our students are participating in. One Million Bones is an art installation project to raise awareness about genocide. Our ceramic, sculpture, and social science students handmade bones to be part of one million that will be displayed in the mall of Washington 2013. We need $5 to 'sponsor' each bone, which will go towards raising $5 million to help the displaced victims of genocide.