The PRIDE Awards were created by the District 200 Board of Education in 1990 to honor outstanding graduating seniors. The word, “PRIDE” is an acronym that stands for “Positive Recognition in District 200 Education.” Awards are given in seven different categories which represent the qualities the Board believes the community truly values in its graduates: scholarship, personal achievement, vocational excellence, fine arts, community service, school service and athletics.
Award winners are selected each spring by committees of school board members, high school staff, community members and district administrators. PRIDE Award winners are announced at the annual Senior Awards Assembly and winners receive a special medallion to wear at graduation.
2014 PRIDE Awards
The nomination period for the 2014 PRIDE Awards has ended. Nominated students will receive a letter from the Board which includes all appropriate application and recommendation forms. All application materials are due back to the PRIDE Committee no later than Friday, April 4, 2014. PRIDE Award recipients will be announced at the Senior Awards assemblies at both high schools on May 1.
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