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Police report sheds new light on Buffalo Wild Wings incident

Bella Myers

The Buffalo Wild Wings on 75th Street is one out of 20 franchises in the Chicago-land area

Gallery: Veterans Day assembly

Noelle Pryor

Sgt. Maj. Barry Kulinski discusses how serving has changed his life.

Respect in the lunch room becomes a concern as students harass unsuspecting peers

Olivia Gaziano

Parent and student volunteers sell tickets for the play “Figments”

‘Figments’ comically captivates Metea’s invested audience

‘Figments’ comically captivates Metea’s invested audience

November 8, 2019

As the lights dimmed in the auditorium and the stage lit up, Metea actors filled the theater with humor and passion as they expressed themselves through their roles and characters.  Through Metea's...

SCAN MV discuss the many possibilities for the future

SCAN MV discuss the many possibilities for the future

November 7, 2019

The Metea Valley ‘Save the Children Action Network’, also known as SCAN MV, held a meeting with special guest Bill Foster to discuss early childhood education on Wednesday. In hopes of improving the...

A wonderful winter dance is coming to Metea

A wonderful winter dance is coming to Metea

November 7, 2019

This year Metea Valley is putting on a winter dance for its students. Following several requests, the faculty and student government members created a way for the dance to become a reality. “Some...

Cafeteria implements new lunch line system to curb theft

Cafeteria implements new lunch line system to curb theft

November 7, 2019

Students encountered a new system for purchasing chips and drinks when they entered the cafeteria on Tuesday. Instead of three lines for all purchases, chips and drinks now need to be bought at a separate...

DMMV takes its first step to pay it forward

DMMV takes its first step to pay it forward

November 6, 2019

The annual hunger drive has come to an end with an overall abundance of success. The total amount raised was $3,363 this year. Food pantries in the community like Loaves and Fishes will receive the money...

‘Figments’ takes a massive team to make one small department

‘Figments’ takes a massive team to make one small department

November 6, 2019

The Metea fine arts department is one of the best in the area. The theater department is no exception. Every year, they put on a play, a musical, and a small series of scenes called Winter Scenes. This...

News Beats

News Beats

November 4, 2019

Metea Theater (Alexandra Guckel):  Metea Theater is putting on Figments as their fall play this year. Figments is a story about Rick, who encounters figments of his imagination as he tries to push...

The Obama Legacy Initiative tackles food insecurity with a new community project

The Obama Legacy Initiative tackles food insecurity with a new community project

November 4, 2019

The Obama Legacy Initiative is adding to its aid efforts in spring, encouraging the community to help make raised garden beds to provide local food pantries with fresh produce. These garden beds will be...

ISSUE 2: OCTOBER 30, 2019

ISSUE 2: OCTOBER 30, 2019

October 30, 2019

In the issue... Standardized testing. DVC. Figments. Jesus is King. And more!

Metea Valley takes action against hunger with its annual hunger drive

Metea Valley takes action against hunger with its annual hunger drive

October 29, 2019

DMMV and Student Government is hosting its annual hunger drive throughout this week. All second-period classes are competing to raise the most money in their classrooms. Teachers collect the money, which...

Maggie Brown inspires students and spreads a  legacy

Maggie Brown inspires students and spreads a legacy

October 25, 2019

Daughter of legendary lyricist and performer Oscar Brown Jr., Maggie Brown refuses to let her father’s legacy die. The vocalist, singer, songwriter, music producer, and storyteller spread his legacy...

‘Lunch and Learn’ educates faculty on student mental health

‘Lunch and Learn’ educates faculty on student mental health

October 23, 2019

Metea staff attended Lunch and Learns on student mental health held by the guidance department during all lunch periods yesterday. Lunch and Learns are monthly educational opportunities for staff to teach...

IPSD board discusses AP testing, new courses; hears concerns about arming teachers

IPSD board discusses AP testing, new courses; hears concerns about arming teachers

October 22, 2019

The Indian Prairie school board approved new college-and-career-ready courses, discussed increasing numbers of students taking AP tests, and heard concerns about teachers carrying firearms at the school...

DMMV amps up annual hunger drive

DMMV amps up annual hunger drive

October 21, 2019

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