Winnebago CUSD 323 will be hosting a community Open House to interview the two final candidates for the Superintendent of the District. The first night is January 24 from 4 -5 p.m. and the second is January 26 from 4 - 5 p.m. The interviews will take place in the Middle School Library.
Winnebago District 323
Winnebago 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.
We are using Eureka Math as our resource for our PreK-8 Math instruction. Listed below are some links to great resources to help you at home with your son or daughter. You can even create an account and download the entire book at home if you want for free!
No School Friday, February 17 due to a School Improvement Day. No Student attendance. No School Monday, February 20 due to the Holiday. No student and staff attendance. Classes resume Tuesday, February 21.
Public act 99-590 requires us to publish information related to the state mandated standardized assessments including the grade levels, subject, and length of tests required for our students.
Staying on top of social medial trends is important for parents/guardians. The District wants you to be aware that the following social media apps have the potential to disrupt the school environment by becoming a platform for bullying, unlawful behaviors, and other dangers.
Many parents are unfamiliar with sexting. It is generally defined as sending, sharing, viewing, receiving or possessing indecent visual depictions of oneself or another person using a cell phone. A student will be disciplined for sexting at school.
State law requires schools to notify parents/guardians during school registration or parent-teacher conferences that information about sex offenders and violent offenders against youth is available to the public on the Illinois State Police’s website. The Illinois State Police website contains the following: