The PEACE program mission is to develop youth with active and creative minds as well as gain a better sense of consideration and kindness for others. We believe in the full growth of each individual and foster a caring environment; we concentration on the whole growth of the individual - physically, ethically, academically as well as social and emotional.
Angell Campbell-Social Studies Teacher email@example.com
Christopher Schroeder-English Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org
Bernard Starks-Student Advocate email@example.com
Annie Johnson-Security firstname.lastname@example.org
Pedro Peralta–Coordinator email@example.com
Moniet Holloway – Director firstname.lastname@example.org
In collaboration with District 209, the PEACE Program provides academic support by monitoring grades, attendance, and student behavior on site at Proviso PEACE Center. In addition, students will receive social-emotional support through one-to-one mentoring by a PEACE Student Advocate. To promote student success, students enrolled in the PEACE program will set academic goals, be held accountable for their schoolwork, and participate in mentoring/enrichment activities. Last, the PEACE staff communicates with school staff and parents to develop positive relationships.