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Winnebago CUSD #323 2021-22 Kindergarten Enrollment starting February 8th

Remote Instruction Days March 19

The Winnebago County Health Department (WCHD) has scheduled Covid-19 vaccination dates for school personnel for our District and for Pecatonica CUSD #321.  The vaccinations are set for Tuesday, February 9 (for the first dose) and Friday, March 19 (for the second dose).  As a result, Winnebago students and staff will have remote learning on February 9 and March 19 days to allow for all school sta

USDA Free Lunch For All Program during Covid Pandemic

The Winnebago School District met with the Illinois State Board of Education regarding the opportunity to participate in the USDA Free Lunch For All Program during the Covid pandemic.

Covid-19 Testing Guidance

In order to assist Winnebago families, parents, and staff in need of a Covid-19 test, we have put together a list of the following recommended sites available to obtain testing. Please note that only RT-PCR Covid-19 test results will be accepted at this time:

 

Wellness Screenings

Wellness Screening: All students will be required to complete the District #323 COVID-19 digital Wellness Screening each day. 

WHS Tractor Day March 26

Winnebago High School Phase 4 Indoor Spectator Policy

Guidance for spectators at Winnebago High School indoor sporting events.

 

2020-21 School Attendance Calendar

Winnebago School District Launches Safe School Helpline

The Winnebago School District has launched a new service called Safe Schools. Safe Schools is an anonymous reporting service that all students can use to report any inappropriate activity at school. This service also allows students to be connected to mental health services and emergency services in times of a crisis and after school hours.

District Asbestos Notification

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that is resistant to heat and corrosion. Over the years it has been used as an insulation for pipes, floor tiles, and construction materials. Its fibers are too small to see and cannot be smelled or tasted. It was an important part of construction until the 1980's when its toxic effects could no longer be denied.