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Winnebago High School Finals Exemption Policy

Winnebago High School Assessment Retake Policies

Zoom Guide for Students

Parent and Student Guide to Google Classroom

Google Classroom is the preferred learning management system used by the Winnebago School District for E-Learning. Using Google Classroom, allows teachers to post and communicate academic announcements and assignments to all students.

2020-21 School Attendance Calendar

Bago Pride Tribe Thanks Ballbino Sponors and Participants

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.

2020-2021 WHS Course Description Book

Winnebago High School, through shared commitment by students, staff, parents, and community, will provide opportunities and encouragement for students to acquire skills, knowledge and a sense of responsibility that will help prepare them for their roles in society.

WHS Students Celebrated World Read Aloud Day at Jean McNair

WHS Students win Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Winnebago High School students Bianca N. and Mika M. earned awards from Scholastic Art & Writing. A great accomplishment since over 7,000 works were submitted for our region.

No School March 23 - 27

No School for Winnebago Staff and Students March 23 - 27 due to Spring Break. All school offices will be closed. Classes will resume Monday, March 30. 

5 Essentials Parent Survey

Winnebago Parents, if you haven't already completed it, please take a few minutes to do the 5 Essentials Parent Survey. We need 20% completion in order to get a report from the State. 

2019-2020 School Calendar

Winnovation finishes season in La Crosse, Wisconsin

Winnovation’s weekend in La Crosse, Wisconsin was filled with hard work and excitement. The team made the three hour journey north, taking a total of 26 students.

WHS "Operation Fill the Plate" a Success

Winnebago High School students packed two cargo van loads with food donations that went to the Freeport COOP Pantry and the Pecatonica Community Food Pantry Monday & Tuesday. (Best estimate is at least 2000 lbs. were collected or equal to 60 copy paper boxes). WHS Freshmen & Seniors worked together Tuesday morning to prepare the van for Pec Community Pantry.