PTO PURPOSE: To provide opportunities which enhance the growth of each child and bring about a closer relationship between home and school. Through fundraising and family activities, we promote positive school/community relationships that enhance our children’s educational environment.
Winnebago CUSD #323 is proud to be the center of the Winnebago community. Throughout the history of our school district, the community has forged a strong relationship with our schools and its activities. Our students and staff our grateful for the support.
Our buildings are truly part of the community and we have programs that welcome residents to use the facilities and attend our programs.
Volunteering is also a partnership between Winnebago CUSD #323 and our residents. For information on volunteering contact any of our education centers.
Jean McNair fifth graders participated in the Annual DARE Graduation ceremony on January 20. Students completed a 10 weeks of the DARE Program. Retired FBI Agent and State Representative Jim Sacia spoke at the event. Chloe W. was the 2016 Chief George Saladino memorial recipient.
A Big Thank You to the Winnebago Lion's Club and the Winnebago PTO for being Co-sponsor for the Jean McNair DARE program. DARE is Drug Abuse Resistance Education for Jean McNair 5th Grade students. CUSD #323 is one of only two schools in Northern Illinois that are lucky enough to still have this program up and running.
On Tuesday, July 23 the Winnebago PTO dedicated the upgraded playground at McNair Elementary back to CUSD #323 as the finishing touches are being taken care of. The PTO used funds that they have been saving for a great project like the playground.
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.
The Winnebago PTO invites all parents/guardians and teachers of students in Early Childhood to fifth grade to attend monthly meetings. The first meeting is in September. Agendas for meetings are sent home with students in advance and will note the meeting location and time.
PTO Meeting Dates and Agendas. PTO Meetings are at 6 p.m. in the Jean McNair Library
The PTO is funded through the following fundraisers:
Winnebago PTO purpose is to provide opportunities, which enhance the growth of each child and bring about a closer relationship between home and school. Through fundraising and family activities, we promote positive school/community relationships that enhance our children’s educational environment.
Volunteers connect our community with our schools, and there are so many opportunities to get involved. Along with attending PTO meetings, being on a sub-committee for an event, or working on a fundraiser, there are other volunteer opportunities that may fit into your schedule.