The following students were recognized with Student of the Week honors at Jean McNair Elementary School for the week of February 1. Students were recognized for demonstrating McNair Pride, which includes exhibiting a positive attitude, putting forth exceptional effort in completing schoolwork, and displaying appropriate behavior.
Welcome to Winnebago CUSD #323
Our attendance centers include
- Dorothy Simon Elementary - Preschool, Kindergarten, First, and Second Grades
- Jean McNair Elementary - Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grades
- Winnebago Middle School - Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Grades
- Winnebago High School - Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Grades
Our core beliefs and values The following belief statements describe deeply held beliefs that influence our actions in Winnebago District 323:
- We believe that children are the hope and future of our world; therefore our primary function is to educate all students for a successful future.
- We believe that excellence is achieved through a rigorous and engaging curriculum and structured activities beyond the classroom.
- We believe every child deserves quality teachers.
- We believe measurement of progress is essential to achieve improvement.
- We believe that teaching and learning flourish in a safe, clean, disciplined, and nurturing environment.
- We believe that family, school, and community are vital partners in the learning process.
- We believe that all individuals deserve respect and are responsible for their own actions.
- We believe that we are responsible to our community to provide prudent fiscal management.
WMS 6th grade geography students experienced a "European Extravaganza" as a final project in their study of Europe. Students and their families discussed and then either made or purchased various food items/recipes with a European history.
All teachers and 6th through 12th grade students will be responding to the 5Essentials Survey
The Winnebago High School Chapter of the National Honor Society officially began the NHS Selection Process on February 5, 2016. Students that were identified as being academically eligible for consideration for membership in the National Honor Society received an official letter on February 5th.
Winnebago CUSD #323 will conduct preschool screenings for the 2016-17 school year on Wednesday, March 16 and Thursday, March 17. These children may be eligible to attend the Winnebago School District Preschool for the 2016-17 school year.
The following students were recognized with Student of the Week honors at Jean McNair Elementary School for the week of January 25. Students were recognized for demonstrating McNair Pride, which includes exhibiting a positive attitude, putting forth exceptional effort in completing schoolwork, and displaying appropriate behavior.
The Crossroads Blues Society visited Jean McNair Elementary recently to bring their Blues in the Schools program to students in grades 3-5. The Blues in the Schools program is a cultural and musical appreciation program and was enjoyed by all in attendance.
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.
Congratulations to the Winnebago High School December P.R.I.D.E. Students of the Month! Our four grand prize winners: Collin W., Samantha H., Dylan L., and Mya S., were drawn from a group of 18 nominated students that were chosen by WHS staff.