Student registration packets for the 2014-2015 school year are being sent home and collected earlier than in the past. Registration packets will be sent home with all students on May 1.
It’s time to start thinking about warm weather and golf. Winnebago Foundation For Education Excellence's Annual Invitational Scramble Golf Tournamentwill be held on Saturday, June 21 at Silver Ridge Golf Course in Oregon. Golf starts at 8 a.m. and lunch will be served. Join the fun and save the date!
In the 2013-14 school year over $35,000 in FEE grants were awarded to Winnebago Schools. Through the communities continuous support FEE has been able to provide classrooms with extra materials to enhance learning for our students. Grants are given out two times a year. Listed below are some items that were purchased this year.
Summer is just around the corner and this link will take you to the summer camps that Winnebago Schools have to offer. Questions please contact the Winnebago High School at 815.335.2336.
The Olympics only occurs every four years. There are over eighty countries that are competing in the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympic games in Sochi, Russia.
Mrs. Edler's first grade class took a very popular game - Angry Birds - and adapted it into a piece of descriptive, opinion writing. Each student had the opportunity to choose one of the popular angry bird characters and describe it in great detail. The lesson involved students planning their writing using a graphic organizer to writing a very detailed paragraph.
NEW: Check out the Belden Bikes Back Roads You Tube playlist for some fun videos promoting this month long fundraising campaign for St. Jude's!
Winnebago parents please make sure you have updated the school office if you have changed your home or cell phone numbers since the beginning of the school year.
Beginning March 17, teachers, parents and students across Illinois will have an opportunity to participate in the Illinois 5Essentials Survey: Organizing Schools for Improvement. This survey was designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school.
On January 30, 2014, a team from the University of Illinois performed a site visit to evaluate the WHS Project Lead the Way (PLTW) engineering program. The day long visit, included interviewing students, instructors, counselors, administrators, Community Partnership Team (CPT) members, and parents of students in the program.