Today, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker announced that remote learning in Illinois will be extended through April 30 in order to slow down the spread of COVID-19. Please click the link below for more information COVID-19 Update (3-31-20)
On Friday, March 20th, Governor Pritzker issued an executive order requiring residents to “stay at home” effective Saturday, March 21 at 5:00 pm, through the end of April 7. As part of the Governor’s order, he announced that school will remain closed, with a new tentative reopening date of April 8. Please click the link below for more information. COVID-19 Update 3-20-19
Consolidated Communications is pleased to be able to offer your students two months of Free Home Internet Service, including Free Installation for those who don’t currently have Consolidated service. Click the link for more information Free Internet Flyer
The health and safety of our students is our top priority, so we want to share with you information that the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has published for schools throughout the state. Please click the link to read this Coronavirus Update
The latest Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) winners at Stewardson-Strasburg Grade School are: (left to right): Kaylee Probst, Brianna Dunn, Zachary Probst, Will Worman, Christopher Cuatzozon, Jaelyn Howe Thank you to Strasburg Subway for donating a 6 inch sub to our winners!
Congratulations to our December Students of the Month! High School: Craig Greuel Junior High: Kylee Dandurand Craig Greuel , the son of Doug and Brigit Greuel, was named the Stewardson-Strasburg High School Student of the Month for December. He is a sophomore. He participates in History Club, Scholar Bowl and in his community he is active in Boy Scouts. Through Boy Scouts he has had . . .
We would like to celebrate our PBIS winners for the month of December. Thank you to our students for doing what is expected, rising above and showing kindness in our school. 6th graders: Aubree Antrim, Kylee Dandurand, Harrison Helmink, Heavenlee Vonderheide 7th graders: Rowyn Foreman, Dennon Stremming, Raegyn Wallin 8th graders: Gaige Locke, Claire McCormick, Gabrielle Rich 9th graders: . . .
Our free annual preschool screening at Stewardson-Strasburg Grade School has been set. Call today to ensure your time!
A special thank you goes to Dr. Schumacher for donating $650 to the Stewardson-Strasburg Schools. On January 15, 2020, Interim Superintendent Kenneth Schwengel was presented a check from Schumacher Orthodontics. For each Stew-Stras student that receives braces from Dr. Schumacher, $50 is donated back to the school. Thank you Schumacher Orthodontics!
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Shane Smith, Athletic Director email@example.com 217-682-3355 School Policies Students There is a $50 participation fee for all sports (max. fee $150 per family) Students must have a physical, insurance waiver form, and concussion form signed before they may begin . . . read more
STEWARDSON-STRASBURG SCHOOLS 2019-2020 CALENDAR Click Here for Printable 2019-2020 Calendar Monday July 29 School Registration (1 - 7 pm) Tuesday . . . read more
Stewardson-Strasburg follows the guidelines set forth by the National Lunch Program. Breakfast and Lunch are served daily. Those families eligible for free or reduced lunch should contact the school secretary for forms and more information. Students may add money to their account weekly, monthly or whenever money is needed in their account . . . . read more
Administrator and Teacher Salaries FY1 9 FY20 Budget Focus on Finance Teacher Contract Vendor Contracts Over $25,000 Freedom of Information Act . . . read more
Friday, March 13, 2020 ANNOUNCEMENTS Congratulations to Kiefer Reel for placing 2nd in Chemistry at Sectionals, yesterday and qualifying for the State Competition. Change War 2020 – Check your pockets, look in the furniture, or grab all the lost coins on the ground. The . . . read more