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  • COVID-19 Update March 30

    COVID-19 Update March 30

    In the Governor’s daily press conference today, he did not commit to the extension of remote learning days in lieu of regular school attendance days despite President Trump’s extension of social distancing. We will continue to keep everyone updated if/when he makes an announcement regarding the return to normal school. We are expecting this announcement […]Read More »
  • Corona Virus Update – School Closure

    Corona Virus Update – School Closure

    At 3:30 pm today Governor J.B. Pritzker informed administration via a teleconference that schools are to be closed starting Tuesday, March 17th through March 30th. Monday, March 16th will be a normal school day and will be used for teachers to get any needed papers, materials, supplies,  and instructions to students about the e-learning days […]Read More »
  • Tonight’s Events are Cancelled (1/17)

    Tonight’s Events are Cancelled (1/17)

    The girls basketball game has been cancelled for this evening.  Also boys basketball practice is also cancelled for tonight.  We will send another all call later tonight or tomorrow AM if we have to change any events for tomorrow.Read More »
  • Warrior State Champions Football 2019

    Warrior State Champions Football 2019

    Don’t forget to place your orders for the 2019 Football State Champions Apparel!  The store closes on Thursday, December 19th at Midnight. Follow the link below to place your order: https://warriorftstatechamps19.itemorder.com/Read More »
  • Flu Warning

    Flu Warning

    Influenza (flu) has been confirmed in the surrounding areas Influenza (flu) can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. Flu is different from a cold. Flu usually comes on suddenly. People who have the flu often feel some or all of these symptoms: fever* (usually high) or feeling feverish/chills cough sore […]Read More »