Welcome to North Boone CUSD 200’s Website!
Welcome to the North Boone Website. North Boone Community Unit School District 200 serves approximately 1750 students in pre-school through high school in the villages of Caledonia, Capron and Poplar Grove as well as the northern tier of unincorporated Boone County, Illinois. The district serves some of its students in cooperation with the Boone County Special Education Cooperative.
The Mission of the North Boone educational community is to provide students with exceptional experiences that continuously develop their minds and character, fostering life-long learning and responsible citizenship. Click here to view our Strategic Plan.
June 3, 2021
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Last week we received a resolution supporting in-person instruction from the Illinois State Board of Education. That means that all of our schools will resume with students in-person. At this time, we are anticipating that social distancing recommendations, masks, and quarantines will still be in place. We look forward to having all of our students back for a regular school day of instruction. Our first school day for students will be August 18, 2021.
Please make sure you register your child online for the 2021-22 school year. Principals will begin to make their class rosters and schedules and it will help with planning to know who is returning for the upcoming school year. The Board of Education waived registration fees for the upcoming school year, so there will be no charge to register your child. Here is the link to register your child: https://www.nbcusd.org/
Students that have medically fragile health concerns, or family members that have medically fragile health concerns, may apply for remote instruction. Parents will need to fill out the Remote Instruction Application and work with a physician to apply for remote learning. If you will be applying for remote learning for a medical reason, please contact, your student’s building principal by June 18, 2021 to obtain the Remote Instruction Application.
All approved requests for remote instruction will apply for the duration of the 2021-2022 school year. Remote instruction will follow the Home and Hospital Instruction Policy 6:150. Requests to change a student’s designation to in-person learning during the 2021-2022 school year due to changes in their circumstances can be done by contacting the Main Office where your student will be enrolled. Changes will only be made at the start of a new trimester (grades PreK-4) or semester (grades 5-12).
Due to the health risk that would qualify a student for remote instruction, students approved for remote learning will not be allowed to participate in Extracurricular Activities.
Dr. Michael J. Greenlee, Superintendent