atherine Coughlin, Bertha Peters, Jerrie Poulosophos, Bonnie Woynarowski, Teressa Walker-Candelario, Matthew Scott, Megan McGraw, Marcy Peters and Angelo Poulosophos
1) All cell phones must be turned off
2) Only one person may talk at one time.
3) While meeting is being conducted, please listen, don't talk.
4) Remember that you are adults and as such you are expected to behave like adults.
5) If you have a problem with another member duting a meeting, move to another seat and report it to an advisor when the meeting is over.
6) You do not need to ask permission to go to the bathroom but you need to return as quickly as possible.
7) Show concern for all members because they may be having a bad day. You could be the best thing that happened to them that day.
8) If you run into someone who attended high school with you outside of the meeting place, invite them to join us. Ask them for an e-mail address or telephone number so that we can contact them.
9) Participate in the meetings. This is your organization. It is up to you to make it something you love and of which you are proud.
The Golden Rule states that we should treat other people the way you want them to treat you
If they don't treat you the same way, it will not be your fault. You must do what you know is right. We cannot control how other people act.
We can however
take a vote from the members at the meeting to remove you from the Vaughn & Friends Alumni Association. This would include mishavior on the Vaughn website, Vaughn Facebook page and telephone calls made to Vaughn members
Nancy Mayer, Principal
Montrose St. Side of Vaughn H.S.
Our very first meeting was held in a church building in Portage Park that was being used as a community center. When the city shut it down, we were invited to hold our meetings at Vaughn Occuational High School. Members were happy to meet there because it felt to them as though they were coming home. When the cirriculum and Principal changed, we looked for a new place to have our meetings.
At the beginning of our 2017-2018 year, we began meeting at the Austin/Irving Park Public Library at 6110 West Irving Park Rd. in Chicago .As of 11/17, we are still trying to get many of our members back to the meetings because change is difficult and they want to meet at the school. All transitions go slowly.