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HOURS OF OPERATION

District
Summer Hours
Mon-Thursday
(closed Fridays)


6:30-5:00

Elementary
closed thru

August 10
Middle School
closed thru


August 10

High School
closed thru

August 10

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ANNOUNCEMENTS   

  • July 27, 2015Online Registration. Begining with the 2015-16 school year, parents will now be able to register students online.  Please click here for more information.
  • July 23, 2015 - The first day of school is Monday, August 24, 2015.  This will be a full day.
  • July 23, 2015 - Extracurricular Meeting - The 2015-16 mandatory extracurricular meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 5, at 7:00 at Pecatonica High School. We will be reviewing the guidelines and expectations of the Activities Handbook. Parents and students are highly encouraged to attend if you plan on participating in any sports or activities including clubs. The fall coaches will be conducting short meetings with athletes and parents after the meeting to relay schedules and go over any team rules.
    Please remember that any student that failed a class in the spring is not eligible to participate in any sports or activities during the fall semester UNLESS they completed and passed a summer school class in all classes failed.
    I hope to see all of you on the 5th. Enjoy the rest of your summer!!!
    Kevin Kunkel Activities Director Pecatonica High Schoo.
  • July 16, 2015 - Hope summer is going well.  Be sure to check the calendar for upcoming camps.
  • June 18, 2015 - FHN will once again be providing sports physicals for Pecatonica Students. The dates for the physical will be Monday, August 3, from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Please call the FHN Family Healthcare Center in Pecatonica for an appointment. Cost is $20.
       For your convenience you can go to ihsa.org and download the pre-participation form and have it ready to go when you get there. Go to ihsa.org, Resources, Download Center, scroll down to Sports Medicine Forms, Pre-Participation Physical Exam Forms. Print that and fill it out and it will speed up the visit.
       Also, all proceeds come back to Pecatonica Schools.
       All students participating in any sport including cheer leading and dance need to have an IHSA physical. Incoming Freshman and 6th Graders are required to have Child Healthcare physical before school starts. If you have this physical it will be good for sports. However the IHSA physical does not fill the school state requirement for the Child Healthcare Physical for 6th grade and freshman.
       If you have questions please let us know.
    Kevin Kunkel, Activities Director, Pecatonica High School.

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excellenceaward Pecatonica Community Middle School was awarded the 2012 Academic Excellence Award from the Illinois School Board of Education. 454 schools earned the Award. To earn the award a school must meet the following criteria:
  1. Made Adequate Yearly Progress in 2011 and 2012 as required by No Child Left Behind.
  2. In schools serving grades 8 and below, 90 percent of students must have met or exceeded state standards in both reading and mathematics for the three most recent school years.

excellenceaward Pecatonica Elementary School was awarded the 2012 Academic Excellence Award from the Illinois School Board of Education. 454 schools earned the Award. To earn the award a school must meet the following criteria:
  1. Made Adequate Yearly Progress in 2011 and 2012 as required by No Child Left Behind.
  2. In schools serving grades 8 and below, 90 percent of students must have met or exceeded state standards in both reading and mathematics for the three most recent school years.

excellenceaward Pecatonica Elementary School was awarded the 2011 Academic Excellence Award from the Illinois School Board of Education. 438 schools earned the Award. To earn the award a school must meet the following criteria:
  1. Made Adequate Yearly Progress for two years in a row.
  2. 90 percent of students must have met or exceeded state standards in both reading and mathematics for three consecutive years.