Worth School District 127
Worth Junior High

Patriot Day at Worth Junior High

patriot day

On the morning of September 11, the students of Worth Junior High, along with families, community leaders, and members of the Worth Police Department as well as the North Palos Fire Department gathered together before school to take a moment to think and reflect on the events of September 11, 2001. Students and staff took the time to pay their respects to all the heroes who died on that day 17 years ago as well as to the heroes in our lives today who strive to protect and serve our community.

Pictured is the Worth Junior High School Band who participated in the event by performing the Star Spangled Banner as well as a rendition of the medley Spirit of America.


Steve Troglio of Teen Reach Inc. Visits Worth Junior High School

Troglio

In order to help the students of Worth Junior High School get off to a good start in the 2018-2019 school year, students and staff were excited to welcome Mr. Steve Troglio, President of Teen Reach Inc., on Tuesday, September 5. Steve's powerful message to students focused on encouraging them to believe in themselves and to never give up and push forward no matter how difficult school and/or life can get.

Mr. Troglio along with Teen Reach Inc. has served as a resource for 35 years in helping individuals reach their full potential. The students of Worth Junior High School are now part of a group of 3 million teens, athletes, coaches, teachers, parents and law enforcement officer that Steve has worked with throughout the years.

 

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School Hours

Grades 6-8
8:20 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.

Homework Club (M, T, and Th)
3:10 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Absence Number: 708-671-3999

Dr. Joe Zampillo
Principal
Mrs. Maureen Eichstaedt
Assistant Principal