*Thanksgiving Break is November 23rd-25th.

*Christmas is for Kids gift drive is happening now through November 30th.

Superintendent's Newsletter

Superintendent’s Thanksgiving Message

November 22, 2022

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I am mindful of the many blessings we have in our La Moille School Family. We are grateful for the engaging and fun activities we have shared during our first months of school this year. We appreciate the tremendous support from our community, and we know that our students’ lives are greatly enriched by our collective work.

On behalf of our entire La Moille CUSD 303 Family, have a wonderful holiday with your family and friends!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Jay K. McCracken, Superintendent


*LCUSD Wellness Committee

Parents and community members are always welcome to join the District Wellness Committee. Please contact the high school at 815-638-2144 if you are interested. The policy and assessment can be found under District Business, Board Policies.


*2022-2023 School Calendar

Click this link for the official calendar for the '22-'23 school year.


La Moille COVID-19 District Information

Currently in Official Quarantine

Students 0 Staff 0

Current Positive Cases for Covid-19

Students 0 Staff 0

Total Positive Cases 21-22

Students 58 Staff 16

This information reflects current and cumulative numbers for LaMoille School District's students and staff for the 21-22 school year.
Information will be updated weekly.

"Quarantine" includes individuals who might have been exposed to COVID-19 and have been officially quarantined by the Bureau County Health Department.

"Close Contact" is an individual not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. For students in the indoor classroom setting, contacts who were within 3 to 6 feet of an infected student do not require quarantine as long as both the case and the contact were consistently masked. If they were not consistently masked, then close contacts are classroom students who were within 6 feet of the infected student for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period.

Sources: Illinois Department of Public Health, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, and U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. School data includes cases known by school and district nursing staff.


Partnerships with Students - Parents - Educators - Community

Excellence in Teaching – Learning – Modeling

Respect for Education – Environment – Others – Ourselves

Responsibility for Actions – Learning - Assessment


La Moille Community Member Volunteer Group COVID-19 Hotline: 815-503-3374.

“It takes a village” to get our kids back in school…..

· Wash hands.

· Be a role model.

We can make a difference!

Our FOIA Officer is Interim Superintendent Jay McCracken. Please direct all FOIA requests to Mr. McCracken at jmccracken@lamoilleschools.org

Learn Care Unite Succeed Dream