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  Proviso East Vision Statement

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


 
  Community Invited to Superintendent Search Question and Answer Forums on February 10, 16

 
  After a nationwide search for a new superintendent, the Proviso Township High Schools District 209 Board of Education has narrowed the pool of excellent candidates to two finalists.

At this step in the process, the Board would like to again reach out to the community and introduce the two finalists to the constituents. One of the finalists will tour the three district high schools on the afternoon of February 10 and the other on the afternoon of February 16.

On both days, the Board of Education invites the community to meet the candidate at a “question and answer” forum scheduled from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Social Room at Proviso East High School.

While it is the responsibility of the Board to choose the superintendent, it is very important that the new superintendent be a positive addition to the entire Proviso community.

Thank you for your interest.

 
  Pirates, Panthers to Compete in Hoops Doubleheader

 
 

The Proviso East High School and Proviso West High School varsity girls’ and boys’ basketball teams will compete in a hoops doubleheader on Saturday, February 6, in the Proviso West main gymnasium.

The girls lead off at 1 p.m., with the boys following at 2:30 p.m. The Pirates won both match-ups in thrillers in 2015 at Proviso East, with the Lady Pirates winning their game, 68-65. The Proviso East boys had to go to overtime before ultimately winning, 62-60.

Tickets for the varsity games are $4 each for adults and students, and $3 for students with I.D. Senior citizens receive free admission.

 
  Have a Voice in Proviso Township High Schools Through 5Essentials Survey

 
  Proviso Township High Schools District 209 is once again joining with the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) in providing an opportunity for teachers, students, and parents to have another voice in their schools through the Illinois 5Essentials Survey: Organizing Schools for Improvement.

Beginning Monday, January 11, and through March 11, teachers, students, and parents are asked to share their thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about their school. To access the survey, please visit survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois. A link to the survey also is available at www.pths209.org, and at the top of this webpage..

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  PMSA Students Win Big at Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast
 
 

Two Proviso Mathematics and Science Academy students were winners at the 15th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast at the Best Western Chicago Hillside Hotel in Hillside on Monday, January 18.

This included the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 2016 Dream Award at the breakfast from the Hillside Human Resources Commission, which hosted the breakfast with the Village of Hillside. The nominee needed to be involved in activities that support the dream of Dr. King including working hard in school, church, and the community to be a better citizen and helping people in need. That award went to K’winece Ray, a sophomore at PMSA. She thanked the people who had helped her, including her parents and her English teacher at PMSA, Ms. Erin Mason.

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  Proviso High Schools Named to AP District Honor Roll

 
 

Proviso Township High Schools District 209 has been named to the sixth annual AP District Honor Roll for increasing access to Advanced Placement course work while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.

To be included on the list, which includes 425 school districts in the United States and Canada and 15 school districts in Illinois, a school district had to have met the following criteria based on data from 2013 through 2015:

Increased participation or access to AP.

Increased or maintained the percentage of exams taken by African-American, Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian/Alaska Native students.

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  37 District 209 Students Named as Illinois State Scholars

 
 

Thirty-seven seniors from Proviso East High School, Proviso West High School, and Proviso Mathematics and Science Academy have been named as Illinois State Scholars by the Illinois State Assistance Commission (ISAC).

The 37 students are among nearly 19,000 students from the Class of 2016 to receive the designation, which was first introduced in 1958. According to ISAC, Illinois State Scholars represent approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors, hailing from 652 different high schools across the state. Selection is based on SAT, ACT or Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment scores, and/or class rank at the end of the junior year. High school guidance counselors work with ISAC to determine the winners.

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  District 209 Board of Education Honors Proviso West State Scholars, Golden Apple Nominees

 
  The Proviso Township High Schools District 209 Board of Education honored the nine Proviso West High School students who have been named Illinois State Scholars as well as three Proviso West teachers who have been nominated for the prestigious Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching Award at its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 12, at Proviso West.

Mr. Oscar Hawthorne, principal at Proviso West, said that the nine students, all seniors, had scored above the 95th percentile on the ACT and Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment in being named Illinois State Scholars by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission. Selection is based on SAT, ACT or Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment scores, and/or class rank at the end of the junior year. High school guidance counselors work with ISAC to determine the winners.

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  55th Edition of Proviso West Holiday Tournament a Thriller

 
  The 55th edition of the Proviso West Holiday Basketball Tournament showed that it is the Chicago area’s most competitive holiday tournament with four days of competitive basketball by some of the very best high school teams in the Chicagoland area on December 26 through 30.

This included the host Proviso West Panthers, who won the tournament’s consolation title with a thrilling 37-35 win over Hillcrest on December 30, culminating a streak of three straight wins. They were led by the 15 points a game during the tournament by junior guard Emmanuel Cross along with the 9.8 rebounds per game by junior forward Elijah Gibson.

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  Proviso East NJROTC Impresses at Annual Military Inspection

 
 

The Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) unit at Proviso East High School learned at a ceremony on December 10 from Commander Darryl Person, senior naval science instructor at Proviso East, that they had passed their annual military inspection.

The inspection on December 10 takes place annually and involves area commanders inspecting the school’s NJROTC building. It culminated that evening with the pass in review ceremony, in which the cadets showed what they had learned to parents and others including District 209 Superintendent, Dr. Nettie Collins-Hart and District 209 Board of Education President, Mrs. Theresa Kelly, who were each recognized during the ceremony.

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  Proviso East Band, Former Director, Wow Crowd at Winter Concert

 
 

A new year and a new director has made little difference for the Proviso East High School bands, who again wowed a large crowd, with a little help from its longtime former band director, at its Annual Winter Holiday Concert on December 14 in the school’s auditorium.

The concert, beginning, jazz, and marching bands, under the direction of Mr. Cletus Seals, performed a medley of holiday favorites as well as jazz and marching bands favorites in front of more than 200 people. The beginning and concert bands performed Christmas songs such as “This Christmas,” “Jingle Bells,” and “Winter Wonderland.”

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  Stories from 2012-2013  
     
  Stories from 2011-2012  
     
  Stories from 2010-2011  
     
  Stories from 2009-2010  
     
  Stories from 2008-2009  
     
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  Letter to Parents
February 5, 2016


 
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  ELL Update:
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  Updated Grading Procedures

 
  Grading Scale 2015-16

Grading Scale 2015-16 - Español

 
  Registration Packets - 2015-2016

 
  Freshmen and New Students

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Estudiantes de Regreso

 
  Notice to Parents/Guardians and Students of Their Rights Concerning a Student’s School Records

 
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  District 209 Policy on the Education of Children with Disabilities (6.120)

District 209 Administrative Procedures for Policy 6.120

 
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