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District 200 announces summer hours

District 200 schools and offices will operate on a four-day work week beginning the week of June 4 and extending through Friday, Aug. 3. Buildings … Read more ›

James B. Guttridge, 38, was charged with one count of criminal sexual assault and three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse after a 14-year-old Woodstock North High School student complained to police. (HANDOUT / May 25, 2012)

Defense seeks to bar evidence in McHenry teacher sex trial

Testimony about a relationship with an 18-year-old student should be barred from the upcoming trial of a Woodstock North High School teacher and head wrestling … Read more ›

From the community

District 200 honors nineteen retirees

Nineteen District 200 employees who will retire at the end of this school were honored at a special recognition dinner sponsored by the Board of … Read more ›

Eleanor Wilkens and Diane Rodolfo, third and fourth from the left, are joined by D-200 Superintendent Ellyn Wrzeski, far left, Terry Wilkens, Mary Endres Principal Tom Wollpert, Assistant Superintendent Nancy Reczek, and D-200 Director of Grants, Language and Culture Keely Krueger.
From the community

Retired D-200 educator awards $1,000 scholarship grant

Woodstock resident Eleanor Wilkens, who taught elementary school in District 200 for 22 years, has awarded a professional development grant for $1,000 to Mary Endres … Read more ›

Sixty-three members of the WHS Class of 2012 earned the honor of being named Cum Laude graduates.
From the community

Woodstock High School Cum Laude Grads

Sixty-three seniors in the Woodstock High School Class of 2012 earned the honor of being named Cum Laude graduates. The distinction is given to students … Read more ›

From the community

Woodstock High School makes "best high schools" list

In the annual list of the nation’s best high schools just released by US News and World Report, Woodstock High School is ranked 51st out … Read more ›

"Love," a charcoal drawing by WHS senior Christian Baker, has been selected as a winner in the national Congressional Art Competition and will be on display in the US Capitol.
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WHS senior's artwork earns national recognition

An original work of art created by Woodstock High School senior Christian Baker is on its way to the US Capitol to be displayed for … Read more ›

The first national "Bike to School Day" is Wednesday, May 9.
From the community

First Ever Bike to School Day May 9

Wednesday, May 9 will mark the first ever “Bike to School Day.” The national event is being coordinated by the National Center for Safe Routes … Read more ›

WHS junior Daniel Rausch will sing the National Anthem at the IHSA Baseball Finals on June 9th.
From the community

WHS student to sing National Anthem at IHSA Baseball Finals

Woodstock High School junior Daniel Rausch has been selected to sing the “National Anthem” at the IHSA Boys Baseball Finals on Sat., June 9 in … Read more ›

From the community

New online summer school available for D-200 2-8 graders

For even the most successful students, the long summer break can lead to a drop in the level of skills in core areas like reading … Read more ›