March 7, 2013The District 200 Board of Education has approved the school year calendar for the 2014-15 school year. The calendar mirrors those of the previous few years in which students started class in mid-August and the first semester ended at Winter Break.
February 4, 2013Beginning today, you can find District 200 on Facebook by going to the following address: http://www.facebook.com/WoodstockCommunityUnitSchoolDist200 . We are excited to use this communication tool to keep the community informed about events, activities, achievements, opportunities to get involved – and those inevitable snow days. Please visit our page and "like" us as a means to keep current on District 200 news and events.
January 11, 2013Over the last few weeks, the media has reported that there is widespread influenza A throughout most of our country. Today, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) called it an epidemic, and reminded people that they will still gain benefits from the influenza vaccine if they receive it now.
October 3, 2012District 200 residents who are 60 years of age or older may apply for an activity card which entitles them to free admission to all school plays, concerts and musicals as well as all regular season home athletic events.
August 29, 2012District 200’s eco-friendly Virtual Backpack system for distributing informational materials means fewer pieces of paper in backpacks (and lost at the bottom of lockers) but it doesn’t mean less information available to D200 families!
August 21, 2012District 200 students and staff hope the entire community will join them in a 3-mile walk to promote healthy lifestyles. The second annual Fit for the Future walk will take place on Sunday, September 9 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Emricson Park. Proceeds from the event will fund a variety of fitness programs, equipment and activities that encourage healthy, active lifestyles for all District 200 students. Each building is raising funds for specific school projects that can be found on the District 200 web site under Fit For the Future.
August 21, 2012The District 200 Education Foundation has awarded $32,280 in grants to D-200 teachers for projects designed to enhance learning at all grade levels. The grants were announced at a reception on November 16, 2011 at Woodstock North High School. In all, the funds will support a total of 91 projects for amounts ranging from approximately $100 to $1,000. Every District 200 school will benefit from the grant funding.
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