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.
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.
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.
The "Vital W's", the Wellness Team for the Winnebago Schools has had a busy fall - making flu shots available locally, conducting a "Maintain Don't Gain Challenge", planning for spring screenings, and seizing the greater focus on wellness opportunities made available through the new insurance carrier.
Follett Brytewave App is the new app for reading ebooks through the Destiny Catalog from Winnebago Schools.
Students can access Destiny eBooks from their technological devices, specifically smartphones, iPads, Android tablets (with Google Play) and Kindle Fire. There are two apps, Destiny Quest Mobile and Follett Brytewave.
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.
As a requirement of the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) resulting from House Bill 200, Winnebago High School has implemented the attached protocol to be enforced following a student athlete suffering a concussion while participating in school sponsored athletic activities.