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Williamsville High School and the Williamsville Athletic Department, along with the Illinois High School Association (IHSA), is proud to announce that Cara Buckley has been selected to the 2018 IHSA All-State Academic Team. Cara is one of twenty-six (thirteen female and thirteen male) student-athletes across Illinois to be selected for this prestigious honor. She is also the third student-athlete to be selected for the team in the past five years; both Rachel Rhodes and Marty Pesch were selected in 2013.

Cara is ranked first in the Class of 2018 with an overall weighted GPA of 4.777 on a 4.0 scale. She has also been a four year member of both the Lady Bullets Cross Country and Track teams, as well as a four year member of the Scholastic Bowl team, who finished state runner-up in 2017. Cara is also very active in the WHS Fine Arts Department, having been a member of both vocal jazz and madrigals all four years of high school.

Cara is also the president of the Class of 2018, president of the WHS chapter of the National Honor Society, and a two year member of the Worldwide Youth Science and Engineering team.

Williamsville High School and the Williamsville Athletic Department is extremely proud of Cara for earning this prestigious honor, and continuing to carry on the tradition of excellence at WHS. 

Bullet Basketball senior guard, Casey Tuttle has been selected as one of sixteen finalists to compete in the fan voting competition for the American Family Insurance 3-Point Championships. The winner of the fan voting competition will earn the final spot in the 2018 American Family Insurance 3-Point Championship and compete in the finals at the NCAA Final Four in San Antonio, TX later this Spring.

In order for Casey to advance to the finals in San Antonio, we need your help! Starting this Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 12:00 pm CST, we ask that you go to www.amfam.com/fanvote and cast your vote for Casey. You will be limited to one vote per device per calendar day for each head-to-head bracket matchup. Once the clock hits midnight, you are free to vote again for that next day. Voting for the first round will be open from February 13, 2018 through February 20, 2018. Each subsequent round will also be a week long, with the finals ending on March 16, 2018.

  • · Round of 16 (2/13/18-2/20/18)
  • · Quarterfinals (2/21/18-2/28/18)
  • · Semifinals (3/1/18-3/8/18)
  • · Finals (3/9/18-3/16/18)

Besides going to the official fan voting website at www.amfam.com/fanvote to cast your vote for Casey, you can also direct other fans to vote and follow along and support Casey in a variety of ways on social media:

  • · Twitter: @HighSchoolSlam, @wcusd15sports, and @boysbulletbball
  • · Facebook: @HighSchoolSlam and @whsbullets.

Help us get the vote out so we can help Casey advance to the finals in San Antonio, TX and show the rest of the country why It’s Better to be a Bullet!  If you have any additional questions, please contact Athletic Director Adam Eucker.

 

Williamsville Schools are working with the Center for Prevention Research and Development at the University of Illinois to conduct the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS) at both the high school and junior high.  The primary purpose of IYS is to better understand Illinois youth risk and protective behaviors as they relate to student problems and academic success. The survey will be administered to grades 8, 9, 10, 11, & 12 the week of Feb 26-March 2. The survey is completely voluntary and privacy will be strictly protected. Students will be given an electronic survey online and it will be completed in one class period.

The IYS questionnaire asks about: personal use of alcohol and other drugs, perception of risks, where accessed, consequences of use, approval or disapproval of use; students' feelings about their school experience; family and personal characteristics; family communication about substance use; feeling about self and moods; and other student health behaviors — food intake, exercise, height and weight. While the survey asks personal questions about illegal behavior, several steps are taken to protect privacy of students participating in the survey. Students can skip any or all questions if they feel uncomfortable.

Collecting information from Illinois students has many benefits to youth in your community and throughout the state. Results are summarized by grade level and reported back to your school to help determine what programs may be needed to keep students safe and healthy. Obtaining full participation is very important to the ability of your child’s school and community to continue to improve the programs and strategies to prevent youth problem behaviors and enhance youth development.

If you DO NOT want your child to participate in the survey, please notify the school counselor, Ashley Damery, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by February 23. If you have any questions regarding the project and wish to contact a staff person at the University of Illinois, please contact Nancy Flowers at (888) 333-5612 (Illinois toll free) or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Williamsville Schools are working with Center for Prevention Research and Development at the University of Illinois to conduct the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS) at both the high school and junior high.  The primary purpose of IYS is to better understand Illinois youth risk and protective behaviors as they related to student problems and academic success. The survey will be administered to grades 8, 9, 10, 11, & 12 the week of Feb 26-March 2nd The survey is completely voluntary and privacy will be strictly protected. Students will be given an electronic survey online and it will be completed in one class period.

The IYS questionnaire asks about: personal use of alcohol and other drugs, perception of risks, where accessed, consequences of use, approval or disapproval of use; students' feelings about their school experience; family and personal characteristics; family communication about substance use; feeling about self and moods; and other student health behaviors — food intake, exercise, height and weight. While the survey asks personal questions about illegal behavior, several steps are taken to protect privacy of students participating in the survey. Students can skip any or all questions if they feel uncomfortable.

Collecting information from Illinois students has many benefits to youth in your community and throughout the state. Results are summarized by grade level and reported back to your school to help determine what programs may be needed to keep students safe and healthy. Obtaining full participation is very important to the ability of your child’s school and community to continue to improve the programs and strategies to prevent youth problem behaviors and enhance youth development.

If you DO NOT want your child to participate in the survey, please notify the school counselor, Ashley Damery, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by February 23rd. If you have any questions regarding the project and wish to contact a staff person at the University of Illinois, please contact Nancy Flowers at (888) 333-5612 (Illinois toll free) or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Williamsville Index December 2017
All Funds $4,305,321
Operating $4,263,414

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    Sherman Elementary School will be holding Kindergarten pre-registration for 
the 2018-2019 school year on Tuesday, January 9 from 4:00-6:30 PM at the elementary school office. If you cannot make it to pre-registration on January 9, you are welcome to come from 8:00 am-3:00 pm that same week. If you live in the Williamsville School District and have a child (or children) who will be five years old on or before September 1, 2018, please plan on registering your child. 

If possible, (but not required) please bring the following items with you: 

  • Certified copy of your child's birth certificate 
  • Proof of residency within the district (Copy of lease, mortgage, or tax bill) 
  • Physical – a current one must be on file by the first day of school in August 
  • Immunizations –a current one must be on file by the first day of school in August
  • Eye exam- a current one must be on file by the first day of school in August 
  • Dental exam- a current one must be on file by the first day of school in August 


    By pre-registering your child, it allows us to plan for the upcoming school year with regards to staffing. Please help us with this planning by pre-registering your child over these dates. 

    In addition, a Kindergarten Orientation Night for incoming Kindergarten students and their parents will be held in August before the first day of school. The August meeting will be an informational meeting for parents and a time for new kindergartners to explore their kindergarten classroom.

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Williamsville-Sherman CUSD #15
800 S. Walnut St.
Williamsville, IL 62693

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Williamsville High School
900 S. Walnut St.
Williamsville, IL 62693

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Williamsville Junior High School
500 S. Walnut St.
Williamsville, IL 62693

Voice: 217-566-3600
Fax: 217-566-2475
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Williamsville Middle School
504 S. Walnut St.
Williamsville, IL 62693

Voice: 217-566-4070
Fax: 217-566-2183
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Sherman Elementary School
312 South Street
Sherman, IL 62684

Voice: 217-496-2021
Fax: 217-496-2473
Attendance: 217-566-2325

Williamsville-Sherman CUSD #15
800 S. Walnut St.
Williamsville, IL 62693

Voice: 217-566-2014
Fax: 217-566-3890
Attendance: 217-566-2325

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