January 11, 2017Since October 2016, District 200 has gone through a process to review our facilities. This group is comprised of community members, administration, and staff, who have been engaged in a process of reviewing the current state of District 200 facilities along with examining future needs for facility utilization.
December 8, 2016Please see below for a link to a letter from Superintendent Dr. Michael Moan regarding the district’s Facilities Review process. In addition, in order to provide information on the progress of the committee, a Community Forum meeting will be held on December 20, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in the Woodstock High School Auditorium. If you have questions about the Facilities Review Committee, the meeting, or the process described in the letter, feel free to contact Dr. Moan’s office at 815-337-5406.
September 30, 2016National School Bus Safety Week is October 17 –21. The Transportation Department will be conducting bus safety presentations at the Kindergarten and Elementary buildings, and bus safety evacuation drills at all levels.
August 12, 2016District 200 is pleased to announce the implementation of a new online system which will allow parents easy access to current bus routing information. The information available to parents reflects all changes in busing routes. However, it does not provide real-time tracking of buses. See "Read more" below for log-in information. The log-in link can also be accessed from all school websites by using the blue navigational bar on the left side of the page, labeled "Bus Route Info."
August 4, 2016As we prepare for a new school year, the D200 Transportation Department has an important reminder for our rural families: Please make sure that your address is clearly marked in front of your driveway or road so the bus driver can easily find your stop.
December 5, 2014As professionals dedicated to safely transporting children, the care and protection of our students is always on our minds. This year, there have been a number of accidents throughout the country as students rushed to catch their buses. Please see “Read more” below for an important article on safety, from the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT).
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