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Jean McNair students enjoy recess on a warm Fall Day Welcome to Winnebago CUSD #323

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Our core beliefs and values The following belief statements describe deeply held beliefs that influence our actions in Winnebago District 323:

  • We believe that children are the hope and future of our world; therefore our primary function is to educate all students for a successful future.
  • We believe that excellence is achieved through a rigorous and engaging curriculum and structured activities beyond the classroom.
  • We believe every child deserves quality teachers.
  • We believe measurement of progress is essential to achieve improvement.
  • We believe that teaching and learning flourish in a safe, clean, disciplined, and nurturing environment.
  • We believe that family, school, and community are vital partners in the learning process.
  • We believe that all individuals deserve respect and are responsible for their own actions.
  • We believe that we are responsible to our community to provide prudent fiscal management.

Jean McNair Announces Spelling Bee Winners


Earth Day T-shirts support CREW/Science Department Field Trips and Activities

The Winnebago High School Science Department is selling Earth Day t-shirts to Celebrate Earth Day to raise money for CREW/Science Department field trips/activities. The shirts are available in orange or sand and will say "Winnebago Indians" on the sleeve.

Early Dismissal March 1

Winnebago School District students will have early dismissal on Wednesday, March 1. Lunch will be served.  

  • Dorothy Simon Elementary School - dismissal is at 12:40 p.m. 
  • Jean McNair Elementary School, Winnebago Middle School, and Winnebago High School  - dismissal is at 1 p.m. 

 

Jean McNair Elementary School First Quarter Honor Roll January 2017

Congratulations to the 135 fourth and fifth grade students who made the Honor Roll for the second quarter of the 2016-2017 school year. Honor Roll students have all A's and B's, while High Honor Roll students have all A's for their classes during the second quarter grading period. Way to go!

 

WHS student participate in the annual snow sculpting competition

Winnebago High School artists were at it again and competed in the 31st annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition held at Sinnissippi Park in Rockford. The talented team of four talented artists; Abigail Levandowski (SR), William Miller (JR), Katarina Rodriguez (SR), Joie Vittetow (SR) took a break to do some sledding during the competition.

WHS recognizes Jan P.R.I.D.E. students of the month

WHS recognizes January Seniors of the Month

Hopping in Tea! WHS Art students participate in the Annual Illinois Snow Sculpting contest.

This year Bago artists were at it again and competed in the 31st annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition held at Sinnissippi Park in Rockford.

Jean McNair Elementary School Announces Student of the Week Honors

Winnebago Community School District Bond Information

On Nov. 8, 2016 a $25.6 million bond issue that would have generated enough money to build a $17 million elementary school and cover other improvements was not approved by the community.

WHS recognizes Dec. Seniors of the Month

WHS recognizes Dec. P.R.I.D.E. students