The Parent/Student Handbook for all District #323 students has been revised for 2014-2015. The handbook contains information about school days schedules, dress code, bus behavior, field trips, and other school policies.
Winnebago CUSD #323’s main campus map for the bus line-up area, student, staff, and visitor parking, as well as student pick-up and drop off locations for middle and high school is below. For information regarding Dorothy Simon School please contact the school office.
The Winnebago Chapter of the National Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony at WHS on Sunday, April 13th. The National Honor Society is a national organization with local chapters in most high schools and is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
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.
Congratulations to Winnebago Senior Sean Ward State Wrestling Champion. Sean competed this past weekend in the state meet at University of Illinois in the 182 weight class. Sean finished the season 36-1. Congratulations on a great season Sean!
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.
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.
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.