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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."


 
  District 209 Board of Education Honors Proviso East Staff for Service

 
 

The Proviso Township High Schools District 209 Board of Education honored seven current Proviso East High School staff members, a former guidance counselor, and local police and fire departments for their service to the school at the Board’s regular meeting on Tuesday, September 16, at Proviso East.

Mr. Tony Valente, principal at Proviso East, commended the Maywood Fire Department for their work in putting out a fire at the school in May. The fire caused damage to classrooms and led to classes being cancelled for two days and the move of teachers and classes to other parts of the Proviso East campus for the rest of the 2013-14 school year and the first part of the current school year.

"They helped us in our time of need … to save our school," Mr. Valente said of the Maywood Fire and Police Departments.

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  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 Alum Speaks on Writing, Bullying

 
 

Dr. Queenella Miller grew up in Maywood, graduating from what is now Proviso East High School in 1958.

She went on to earn five college degrees, including two doctorates, and has been a professor of reading at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. More recently, she published her first book, “Didn’t They Know?”, a fictionalized account of her childhood.

Dr. Miller spoke to the freshman writing class of Ms. Catherine Josephs on Thursday, September 11, during which time she encouraged the students to write.

“Write, write, write, read, read, read,” she said. “Learn how to write. Later on, you may need to put your thoughts on paper and have to present it to the main man.”

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  Earlier stories from this school year  
     
  Stories from 2013-2014  
     
  Stories from 2012-2013  
     
  Stories from 2011-2012  
     
  Stories from 2010-2011  
     
  Stories from 2009-2010  
     
  Stories from 2008-2009  
     
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  Notice to Parents/Guardians and Students of Their Rights Concerning a Student’s School Records

 
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  Registration Packets - 2014-2015

 
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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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