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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.

Winnebago CUSD 323 2014-15 Budget and Financial Report

4th Annual Walk for Ben: Steps for a Cure raises $10,000

Memorial Lap

District Pest Management Program

The district's pest management program is based on the State of Illinois guidelines. The goal of those guidelines is to control the hazards that pests present to the people and our buildings with as little use of chemicals as possible.

District Response to Bullying

At our school, bullying of any kind, by any person, is unacceptable. All students should be free from worries about being bullied. Students who bully others must be taught other, appropriate ways of interacting with peers. 

Winnebago CUSD 323 2013-14 Budget and Financial Report

Winnebago Activity Passes available in the WHS office

Family and Adult Activity passes are available to purchase in the Winnebago High School Office.

Family Passes: $120
Adult Passes: $50

WHS office hours are Monday - Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact the office at 815.335.2336 with any questions. 

 

Who are Homeless Children and Youth?

Before schools can be certain they are complying with legislation related to educating students experiencing homelessness, they must understand who can be considered homeless. The McKinney-Vento Act (Section 725) defines “homeless children and youth” (school-age and younger) as:

Technology Planning Resources 2011-2014

Prior Technology Plans for District 323

CDC Hosts Parent Portal for Healthy, Safe Children

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched Parent Portal, an encyclopedic website with links to information from all areas of CDC. "The portal is a source for credible, accurate information in helping parents raise healthy kids and provide a safe home and community," according to the CDC.