May 24, 2016District 200 offices are currently operating on a four day work week through August 5th. Buildings are open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and closed on Fridays. Employees work ten hours each day to accommodate the change.
May 2, 2016Woodstock District 200’s Department of Language & Culture hosted a Dual Language celebration on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at Mary Endres Elementary School, 2181 N. Seminary Avenue, Woodstock. The celebration honored the first graduating class of students in the district’s Dual Language Program. For these students, 50 percent of their classroom instruction was provided in English and 50 percent was provided in Spanish since 1st grade.
May 2, 2016Congratulations to the graduating seniors who are this year’s recipients of the Woodstock District 200 Board of Education PRIDE Award. The awards were announced at the senior honor assemblies at Woodstock High School and Woodstock North High School on April 28th. Awards were given in seven different categories which represent the qualities the Board believes the community truly values in its graduates: scholarship, personal achievement, vocational excellence, fine arts, community service, school service and athletics.
April 19, 2016Woodstock High School Junior Jacob Alfonso has been selected as the 1st Place winner in the 2016 Discover Fine & Applied Arts (FAA) High School Talent Competition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The competition encompasses seven categories: Architecture, Art & Design, Dance, Landscape Architecture, Music, Theatre and Urban Planning. Jacob’s original play, My Personal Angel, earned first place honors in Theatre.
April 7, 2016Space is still available in the tuition-based preschool program at the Verda Dierzen Early Learning Center for 2016-17. Parents of children who are age 3 to 5 may pick up an application form and materials at the school at 2045 N. Seminary Avenue, or visit the Dierzen website at: http://dierzen.woodstockschools.org/pre-kindergarten. Enrollment in the tuition-based program is open to families who live in and outside of District 200 boundaries.
January 11, 2016District 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.
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