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District 323 Student Handbook 2017-2018

The Parent/Student Handbook for all District #323 students has been revised for 2017-2018. The handbook contains information about school days schedules, dress code, bus behavior, field trips, and other school policies.

WHS Announcements for Tuesday, May 16

            Today’s Events:  Detentions with Mr. Maloney – 3:10 p.m. – room 209
                   Softball Regional at Byron – Bago vs West Carroll - 6:30 p.m.


Winnebago County Fair Queen Pageant – information in the Advising Office

5K Color run a Success

The first annual 5K Color run volunteers.

The first annual 5K Color run volunteers. Thank you to all of the runners and volunteers that helped make the day a success.

WHS Announcements for Monday, May 15

             Today’s Events:  2016-2017 Student Council Pizza Party – 6:30 p.m. - cafetorium


If you are detasseling this summer and have not picked up and turned in your application, see Mrs. Erb.  The first safety meeting is approaching fast.

WHS Volleyball Camp for all ages

Summer is right around the corner, there are a lot of activities to keep kids busy!  The Winnebago High School Volleyball program will be holding volleyball camps for all ages this summer. June 26 - 28 they will be holding their 6th Annual Volleyball Camp for girls entering grades 3rd - 8th.

2017-2018 School Attendance Calendar

School Attendance Calendar for 2017-2018 school year.

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 Course Description Book 2017-18

This handbook has been prepared to assist students and parents in making informed decisions regarding course choices - both for graduation requirements and for future plans. This handbook will serve as an important guide and will provide information that will be relevant throughout the 2017-2018 school year.

WHS Student Council and CREW enjoyed an assembly for Awareness Week

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Presented by the WHS Student Council and CREW the Winnebago High and Middle School students enjoyed an assembly for Awareness Week with speaker Brad Hurtig.

Winnebago Schools collect canned goods

Winnebago School District students did an outstanding job on the food drive to support the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Altogether they donated 3,202 items. The Winnebago High School won, bringing in 1,676. Thank you Crossroads for the $1,000 donation to Winnebago High School.

200 East McNair Road
Winnebago, IL 61088


Phone: 815.335.2336
Fax: 815.335.7548

Attendance Hours: 7:50 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.


Principal: Ronald Gruber
Asst. Principal: Daniel Lemke
Activities Director: Will Hartje
Academic Advisor: Dana Kline Students A-L
Academic Advisor: Jennifer Brenner Students M-Z
Nurse: Mary Kate Skaggs