Sherrard CUSD 200

Tigers Today Transforming Tomorrow

Announcements

  • Superintendent Phone Calls
    The text and a recording of phone calls from Superintendent Alan Boucher can be found on the district website.

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  • Update: Graduation Ceremony Details
    We are happy to provide updated details regarding the 2021 Sherrard High School Graduation. View pertinent and logistical details. Graduation will be held on May 30, at 2:00 p.m. on the campus of Sherrard High School. 

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  • Kindergarten Class of 2034
    To enroll in Kindergarten, you must be 5 years old by September 1, 2021. Please provide information about your Kindergarten student using this form. This is not registration, we are placing your information on our contact list. If you have any questions, please contact one of the elementary school secretaries.  Amy Hammond, secretary for Sherrard Elementary can be reached at (309) 593-2917. Elizabeth Shillinger, secretary for Winola Elementary can be reached at (309) 596-2114.

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  • 2021 PROM Cancelled
    After much thought, consultation, and discussion, SHS has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel Prom, which was scheduled for May 1. The uncertainty of the many mitigations that will be in place combined with the need to finalize plans for the event have led us to this decision. Your continued understanding our need to keep students safe is appreciated.
    Questions or concerns - email Tim Wernentin, Sherrard High School Principal.

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District News

  • Making PE fun

    Junior high students in PE at Sherrard Junior High had a unique lesson recently - when they learned the sport of fencing. “It was really neat. So far they’ve done really well,” said PE teacher Paula Zigler.

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  • Sherrard's biggest fan returns to the stands

    For Christy Koepke, it’s been a difficult year - since everything has been closed because of the pandemic. But when she heard the news that she would be attending three Sherrard volleyball games in one night (April 6), she cried happy tears of joy and shock. Her heart-warming reaction is being shared across social media - bringing joy to all.

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  • Tigers Through Time

    A "Tigers Through Time" mural was put up in the high school's 'B hallway' over the long weekend. We wanted something to show a little history of SHS while including some current events/students and came up with the 'Tigers Through Time' theme."

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  • Annual fundraiser at Winola held virtually

    Winola Elementary students raised a total of $5900 for the American Heart Association. For surpassing their $5,000 goal - PE Teacher Bev Krueger spent the day following their virtual assembly interacting with students as the Tiger mascot.

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  • Maddison Barnhill - Teacher Feature March 2021

    “We had so much fun together, and that's when I decided this is the district I would love to work in! Now that I have spent two years with my Matherville family, I know this is the place I want to be,” said 5th grade teacher Maddison Barnhill of her time student-teaching with Mrs. Hoover’s second grade class at Winola.

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  • Junior & Senior High Yearbooks

    The district strives to minimize virus transmission and believes photographs need to be consistent with these efforts. As such, photographs in the yearbook and on social media follow protocols stated in Sherrard School District's Return to Learn Plan. As a result, photographs show students with face coverings and in socially distanced settings.

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  • Sherrard School District gets creative for homecoming week

    The weather was sunny with a high of 64 degrees, not a cloud in the sky - a perfect compliment to the much-anticipated community event, the Sherrard School District homecoming parade, held last Saturday, March 20. Traditionally, the parade is held in the fall prior to a home football game and in conjunction with a homecoming dance, but due to pandemic guidelines the parade had to be held during the spring, and creative ideas took hold to replace the dance.

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  • State of the District 2020

    In this State of the District Report, Superintendent Alan Boucher will review the events of the preceding calendar year and share his analysis of various aspects of our school district. These aspects include district finances, the staff, the students, academics and transportation.

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