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"Proviso East High School is committed to enhancing student learning experiences through collaboration, utilization of best practices, data analysis, and professional development."


 
  Students, “Bring Your Parents to School” on October 1

 
 

Parents at Proviso East High School, Proviso West High School, and Proviso Mathematics and Science Academy will be able to gain insights into their students’ day at school at the annual “Bring Your Parents to School Day” on Wednesday, October 1.

“Bring Your Parents to School Day” is one of District 209’s largest parent involvement initiatives of the year. This event is part of the Board of Education’s ongoing efforts to promote more outreach to the parents and the community.

“Successful students need their parents to be invested in their education,” said Mr. Daniel Adams, president of the Board of Education. “Through ‘Bring Your Parents to School,’ parents can learn more about what their students’ day is like at school, and learn how they can help their students be even more successful.”

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  Proviso East Senior Makes Mark in Literary World

 
 

Dewayne Haslett first began writing stories when he was 12 years old.

Fast forward a few years, and in early September, the Proviso East High School senior released his second novel, “Untouchable.” It is the sequel to his first book, “Invincible,” which follows the story of a teen with amnesia in Detroit who discovers that he has superpowers.

“I can’t relate to a grownup, but I can have a teenager have these experiences,” Dewayne said.

Dewayne said that his first interest was filmmaking. He began making videos when he was 5 years old, and he then began writing stories as he was inspired by life, movies, television, and music, producing two books that were also self-published.

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  Proviso East to Celebrate Homecoming September 29 to October 4

 
 

Proviso East High School will celebrate tradition and pride during its annual Homecoming Week, September 29 through October 4.

The week will feature a week of spirit activities at school to celebrate Pirate Pride, with the main festivities taking place on Friday, October 3, and Saturday, October 4. The festivities include the Homecoming Parade through the streets of Maywood. The parade route will begin at in the student parking lot at First Avenue and Warren Street across from the school, head west on School Street before turning back to Proviso East on Warren Street.

The parade will be followed by the Homecoming football game against Willowbrook High School. The game will be at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, October 3, notable for being a Friday night game and the 80th anniversary of the opening of Proviso East’s football stadium.

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  Proviso East to “Celebrate My Drive”

 
  Students, faculty, parents, staff, and the community can help Proviso East High School promote safe driving and compete for a chance at a $100,000 grant from State Farm Insurance’s "Celebrate My Drive" Program.

“Celebrate My Drive” was created by State Farm in 2012 to promote the concept that “safe driving is a lifelong commitment from the state.” According to the National Institutes of Health, auto accidents are the number one cause of death among teens in the United States, with a teen’s first year of having their driver’s license being the most dangerous.

“This is about celebrating this big, new life of freedom that comes with a driver’s license,” the description of the campaign at the program’s website at CelebrateMyDrive.com said. “Part of that life means making smart choices behind the wheel, which is why we’re spreading the message of 2N2® – 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel. It’s a simple habit that can reduce distracted driving and help new drivers build confidence on the road.”

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  Precautionary Lockdown at Proviso East

 
  At approximately 11 a.m. on Thursday, September 25, it was reported that a knife was seen on campus. A lockdown was instituted by officers from the Cook County Sheriff’s Department as a precautionary measure.

The premises were secured and the allegations were unfounded. All students, faculty, and staff are safe.

Proviso East had the presence of additional security and law enforcement as a precautionary measure upon dismissal.

 
 
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