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School Community Letter - March 16, 2017

Click HERE to access a letter from Dr. Decman, Superintendent of Schools
 

Letter to School Community RE: proposed Super-Bill
Click HERE to view a letter from Dr. Decman, Superintendent of Schools

 

Herscher CUSD #2 Attendance Information
Click HERE to view Parent Guide

 

Letter to School Community RE: State Budget:
Click HERE to view letter from Supt. Decman

 

Call to Action letter to School Community
Click HERE to view letter from Supt. Decman.

 


Herscher Grad to Speak at Community Severe  

Weather Preparedness Day - March 26, 2016 

CLTV/WGN-TV meteologist, Mike Janssen (Herscher Grad) along with the Herscher Fire and Police departments will hold a Severe Weather Preparedness Day on Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 11a - 1p. This open house event will be at the Herscher Fire Station (371 E Myrtle St, Herscher).

Click here for more information.


PARCC Testing Information

On behalf of State Supt. of Education Tony Smith, Ph.D., the attached letter below is for parents announcing the start of the 2016 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment testing window.

The Herscher CUSD 2 PARCC testing window is April 4, 2016 to May 13, 2016 for grades 3-8 and Algebra I and ELA I students at Herscher High School.
Click here to view the referenced letter.                                                                  3-8-2016

      

Vision / Hearing Screenings
Per State mandate, every school year, the district will screen vision and hearing. Screening will be conducted as follows:  Vision - Grades:  Pre-K, K*, 2nd, 8th and Hearing - Grades:   Pre-K through 3rd. *only those K students who have waived the State eye exam requirement will be screened for vision.

 

District Harassment and Bullying Policies
Click HERE to be linked to policies pertaining to harassment and bullying. Last Board of Education Policy Manual update was on July 14, 2014.
 

Title I Parent Letter
Every parent of a student in a Title I school has the right and may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child's classroom teacher. To view the District Letter with more information click here.

 

Student Reputation Management Information
These days, many universities are researching online and social media platforms such as facebook to 'research' potential students during the admission process. The attached information can serve as a valuable resource to all high school students and their parents.
LINK TO MORE INFORMATION - - - This is strictly for information purposes in an attempt to spread the word regarding reputation management.