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Winnebago District 323

Mission StatementWinnebago CUSD #323 is located in the Village of Winnebago and services students from five rural communities. Students and families from Burritt, Rockford, and Winnebago Township as well as from the Villages of Winnebago and Seward are part of our education family.

Winnebago CUSD #323 is a PreK-12 grade district that provides comprehensive, strong core academic programs. The district is comprised of one high school, one middle school, and two elementary schools.

Our mascot, the Winnebago Indian, is a copyrighted mascot that was researched and drawn by local artist Tom Heflin.

Registering to Vote
In cooperation with Winnebago County Clerk, residents of District #323 will now be able to register to vote at the District Office or in the office of any of the District’s schools. If you are new to the District or if you have moved since you last registered to vote, you can register at the school nearest you.

Culvers Share Night September 15 & 16

Winnebago staff will be hosting a Culver's Share Night on Monday, September 15  and Tuesday, September 16   to raise money for PBIS.  Both events are from 5 - 7 p.m. 

 

Fourth Annual Walk for Ben: Steps for a Cure scheduled for September 13 at WHS Athletic Stadium

The BenInspired Foundation announces the Fourth Annual Walk for Ben: Steps for a Cure at WHS Athletic stadium from 4 - 7 pm on Saturday, September 13. This event is sponsored in part by German American State Bank and is being held in conjunction with Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and is close to Ben’s
Birthday.

And the Tradition Continues.... WHS Tractor Day

Winnebago High School held their Annual Tractor Day on Friday, March 21 to kick off Spring Break.

Winnebago High School held their Annual Tractor Day on Friday, March 21 to kick off Spring Break. The day started off with the tractors meeting at DeLong's at 6:15 a.m followed by the Farmer's Breakfast at WHS from 7:15 - 7:45 a.m with tractor drivers eating for free.

WHS has 19 students chosen as Illinois Scholars

Winnebago High School is pleased to announce that 19 students from the class of 2014 have been selected as Illinois State Scholars.

Winnebago High School is pleased to announce that 19 students from the class of 2014 have been selected as Illinois State Scholars. The State Scholar Program sponsored by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission recognizes students attending approved high schools for outstanding academic achievement. State scholar designation provides honorary recognition with no monetary award.

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:

Winnebago Schools District Office

304 East McNair Road
Winnebago, IL 61088


Phone: 815.335.2456
Fax: 815.335.7574


Office Hours
Mon - Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Superintendent: Mr. Scott Bloomquist
Business Manager: Mr. David Zumdahl

District