September 4, 2014More than 1000 total years of hard work were recognized recently at the District’s annual back-to-school kick-off meeting for all staff. Fifty-four staff members from all areas of the district were recognized and thanked for their contributions. Special congratulations went to Delann Kee for 35 years of service, and to Denny Nielsen, who has been with D200 for 40 years. Please see “Read more” below for photos and a listing of all who were honored.
September 4, 2014Representatives from George Breber Music Co. will be visiting District 200 to discuss band instrument rental for 5th grade students. To help expedite the process, meeting locations are suggested, depending upon the student’s school. However, if the suggested time is not convenient, parents are welcome to attend any session. There are several rental sessions available.
August 26, 2014Thank you for your patience as we readied the new and improved Home Access Center for the 2014-15 school year. This completely rewritten program offers a more user-friendly navigation, modern interface and higher security settings. Please see below for important information regarding the system.
August 15, 2014All District 200 families are part of the One Call Now instant messaging system. Learn how to enable text message alerts from Woodstock High School to your cell phone.
August 15, 2014District 200 is pleased to provide a new service to the D200 community, especially to Spanish-speaking families. Luis F. Barutell has joined the District staff as the Bilingual Parent Outreach Facilitator.
August 6, 2014The District 200 Administrative offices have ended the four-day per week summer schedule and have returned to the regular school year hours. The District Administrative Services Center at 227 W. Judd Street is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. School offices have also returned to their regular hours. School office hours are as follows:
July 29, 2014Space is still available in the tuition-based preschool program at the Verda Dierzen Early Learning Center. Parents of children who are age 3 to 5 may pick up an application form and materials at the school at 2045 N. Seminary Ave. Materials are also available at the District Administrative Services Center at 227 W. Judd Street.
May 8, 2014Physical education and nutrition programs in Woodstock School District 200 are going to get pumped up over the next three years thanks to a $1.3 million federal grant the district was awarded in April. District 200 is one of three Illinois recipients of the Carol M. White Physical Education Program "PEP" Grant.
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