The Winnebago Indians Boys Basketball team will be heading to Farmington to compete in the IHSA 2A Sectionals on Tuesday, March 3. The Indians advance after capturing the Regional Title vs Byron in a convincing 56-43 win at Winnebago. This marks the Indians 2nd Regional Championship in a row and their 11th title in the last 14 years.
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.
Jean McNair Elementary students were recognized on Thurs., Feb. 26, with Student of the Week honors. The students are selected based on demonstration of McNair Pride, putting forth exceptional effort in the classroom, or showing overall improvement in academics or behavior.
Congratulations to Coach Joe Murphy on his 700th win of his WHS Basketball coaching career!
Representative Stewart stopped by the Bot Shop for a tour and to talk with students.Pictured is Amanda B., Austynn E.and Coach Karen H.
Jean McNair Elementary students were recognized on Friday, Feb. 20, with Student of the Week honors. The students are selected based on demonstration of McNair Pride, putting forth exceptional effort in the classroom, or showing overall improvement in academics or behavior.
Congratulations to the Winnebago Middle School's Spelling Bee finalists Mia P. and Leigha D. Maia took first place by correctly spelling the word "cinnamon". Leigha was the runner-up.
Nice job, Ladies. Maia moves on to the Regional Spelling Bee at Harlem High School on Wednesday, March 25 at 6:30pm. Good luck, Maia!!
On Tuesday, March 3 WHS Seniors will be participating in our annual Senior Service Day. Students will complete their service hours at the Rockford Rescue Mission, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Village of Winnebago, Winnebago Public Library, and Winnebago Park District.
Winnebago High School 9th, 10th and 11th grade will be taking the ACT test on Tuesday, March 3. 9th and 10th grade students will be taking a practice ACT, while 11th grade students will be taking the actual ACT with college reportable scores. Testing will begin at 7:50 a.m. and be finished around noon. Students will resume afternoon classes following testing.
The following students were recognized on Fri., Feb. 6, with Student of the Week honors. These students are recognized for demonstrating McNair Pride, showing improvement in academics and/or behavior, or putting forth exceptional effort in everyday work.