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We are so excited to launch our new Crete-Monee Warriors Alumni & Friends online platform offering a unique network for alumni, teachers, parents, community members and friends of the Crete-Monee School District 201-U. Join today! It is free and a great way to show your pride!

Our platform allows you to:

  • Connect and engage with your fellow grads
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  • Learn about events and reunions
  • Become involved – volunteer or mentor a student
  • Make a donation
  • Post or Search for Jobs

Thank you for your support! We look forward to building a vibrant Warrior community!



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    Laquon Treadwell Returns to CMHS for Football Showcase

    A Football Showcase Camp was held on Saturday, May 18, 2024 at Crete-Monee High School by BamFam Foundation in collaboration with former University Parks Lions and Crete-Monee High School Football Warrior Alumnus from the Class of 2013, University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and NFL wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens, Laquon Treadwell. The BamFam Foundation hosted this event for over 100 youths in the area so they could learn fundamental skills of football, agility drills, passing, catching and more. Each player received a shirt, a pair of shorts, and a drawstring bag. A special thanks to Crete-Monee High School District Athletic Director and Varsity Football Coach, John Konecki, and Keely Lewis-Childress, Community Consultant, for being responsible of the logistics for the event. Many individuals contributed by: Helping promote the event  Preparing the football field  Supplying equipment Recruiting volunteer coaches Crete-Monee staff support Meeting with a local restaurant to provide lunch for the Bamfam foundation staff and Mr. Treadwell. Setting up tents, tables, and chairs for registration Organizing giveaways for the players Purchasing bottle water for volunteers and staff Providing transportation for the Bamfam foundation staff  
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    CMHS Alumna, Maya Hightower, Presents Scholarships by the Witherite Law Group

    Crete-Monee High School held its annual Scholarship Night on May 9, 2024, honoring the outstanding achievements of graduating seniors and the generous support of local businesses and organizations. The event highlighted the dedication and hard work of these students, who received scholarships for college and trade school to support their educational aspirations. The Crete-Monee Class of 2024 collectively received an impressive total of $1,847,799 in potential scholarships, demonstrating the community's commitment to academic success. A notable highlight of the evening was the presentation of scholarships by the Witherite Law Group, a national legal office specializing in trucking accidents. Presented by CMHS alumna Maya Hightower, Director of Community Relations for the firm, the Witherite Law Group provided 21 renewable four-year scholarships worth $2,500 each, totaling $190,000 in scholarship funds for deserving students. Owner Amy Witherite emphasized the importance of alleviating student loan debt and supporting students' pursuit of higher education. Additionally, the Crete-Monee School District 201-U announced the launch of the Educators Rising Honors Society this year, as well as a partnership with the Golden Apple Scholars Program to support students pursuing careers in education. “I am incredibly proud of the entire Crete-Monee Class of 2024,” said Lamont Holifield, Crete-Monee High School Principal. “They have worked extremely hard to get to this point and have bright futures ahead.”
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