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No School January 18 -19

Winnebago CUSD#323 Staff and Students will not be in attendance Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All school offices will be closed. Students will not be in attendance Tuesday, January 19 due to Teacher In-Service/Remote Planning Day. Teachers will be in the building and school offices will be open. 

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:

 

No School February 15

Winnebago CUSD#323 Staff and Students will not be in attendance on Monday, February 15 in observance of Presidents Day. All schools and offices will be closed. Classes will resume Tuesday, February 16.

 

Kids Club Update - YMCA Kids' Time starting November 30

Effective November 30, the YMCA of Rock River Valley will be running the Winnebago Kids Club for Dorothy Simon and Jean McNair families. The YMCA will provide after school care (Kids’ Time) at Dorothy Simon and Jean McNair Schools between 2 and 5:30 p.m.

WHS Student Semi-Finalist for the National Merit Scholarship

Congratulations to senior David L. for being named a Semi-Finalist for the National Merit Scholarship. Each year 1.5 million students take the NMSQT/PSAT qualifier and only the top 16,000 students are selected to continue with the process. This is a huge accomplishment for David.  

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.

Requesting Your Child's Classroom Teachers' Qualifications

Parent Letter Regarding Underage Drinking

Parent Information Regarding Social Media

Staying on top of social medial trends is important for parents/guardians. The District wants you to be aware that the following social media apps have the potential to disrupt the school environment by becoming a platform for bullying, unlawful behaviors, and other dangers.

Parent Information Regarding Sexting

Many parents are unfamiliar with sexting. It is generally defined as sending, sharing, viewing, receiving or possessing indecent visual depictions of oneself or another person using a cell phone. A student will be disciplined for sexting at school.