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.
January 5, 2017During the Winter Break the District upgraded eSchool, our student information system. As part of this upgrade, the website to access the Home Access Center was changed to improve security. Parents may use the same username and password to log-in. Please remove any old bookmarks and replace it with the URL to new website.
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.
December 1, 2016Please see “Read more” below for a letter to parents from Assistant Superintendent George Oslovich.
September 28, 2016Woodstock Community Unit School District 200 will have 4 school board seats to be filled at the April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election. Candidates who are elected will fill four-year terms expiring in April 2021.
November 4, 2015Each year, in conjunction with the District 200 Executive Team, the Clay teachers write and follow a School Improvement Plan. This plan is directly connected to the District 200 Strategic Plan. This year’s plan has four specific goals for the students and teachers at Clay Academy.
November 3, 2015We remind students of the proper uses of online resources at the beginning of each school year and throughout the year. We talk to them about never giving out personal information online and making sure that they always know who they are communicating with online. See "Read more" below for a link to an internet safety site with some tips to think about in your home.
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