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No School November 22 -24

No School for staff and students November 22-24 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Classes will resume Monday, November 27.

WHS recognizes PRIDE students for Sept. & Oct.

WHS recognizes Sept. & Oct. Seniors of the Month

WHS Class of 2018 Pampered Chef Fundraiser Information

The WHS Class of 2018 is selling Pampered Chef for their senior class fundraiser. The following information regarding how to place a Pampered Chef order to support a Senior student is below. 

Adopt a Family

WHS Science Teacher Receives Grant From IRTA

The Excellence in Education Grants for Teachers Program Awards $36,500 in Grant Money. The Illinois Retired Teachers Association Foundation (IRTAF) awards a total of $36,500 in grant money to several public school educators (Pre-K through 12) statewide.
 

Class of 2018 selling Bago Pride bracelets

Winnebago Athletics Information

Click the link for all your Winnebago Athletics information. First day of practice, picture schedule and much more.

5K Color run a Success

The first annual 5K Color run volunteers.

The first annual 5K Color run volunteers. Thank you to all of the runners and volunteers that helped make the day a success.

2017-2018 School Attendance Calendar

School Attendance Calendar for 2017-2018 school year.

WHS student participate in the annual snow sculpting competition

Winnebago High School artists were at it again and competed in the 31st annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition held at Sinnissippi Park in Rockford. The talented team of four talented artists; Abigail Levandowski (SR), William Miller (JR), Katarina Rodriguez (SR), Joie Vittetow (SR) took a break to do some sledding during the competition.

WHS Student Council and CREW enjoyed an assembly for Awareness Week

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Presented by the WHS Student Council and CREW the Winnebago High and Middle School students enjoyed an assembly for Awareness Week with speaker Brad Hurtig.

Winnebago Schools collect canned goods

Winnebago School District students did an outstanding job on the food drive to support the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Altogether they donated 3,202 items. The Winnebago High School won, bringing in 1,676. Thank you Crossroads for the $1,000 donation to Winnebago High School.

Winnebago Schools collect canned goods

Food Drive

Winnebago School District students did an outstanding job on the food drive to support the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Altogether they donated 3,202 items. The Winnebago High School won, bringing in 1,676. Thank you Crossroads for the $1,000 donation to Winnebago High School.

WHS students help support Lutheran High

WHS students help support Lutheran High

In dark times, any light is welcome. Winnebago High School’s senior officers know that well, so it should come as no surprise when tragedy struck Rockford Lutheran with the passing of student Payton Parrotte, they acted. With the help of advisors and the generous students attending WHS,