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  • Overall, the Maple Grade School students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade read over 15,000 TOTAL Accelerated Reader books. Keep reading many books over the summer!!

    Please sure to sign up for your free library card at the Hoopeston Public Library, and join in on the fun for their HPL summer reading program.

    Maple Grade School
    Accelerated Reader


  • Honeywell Grade School
    END OF AN ERA

    DON'T CRY BECAUSE IT IS OVER,

    SMILE BECAUSE IT HAPPENED.

    Dr. Seuss

  • John Greer Grade School
    Welcome
    "John Greer welcomes all students for an awesome educational experience.  We provide a great place to learn.  Please visit our website for more information!"
  • Middle School
    Summer Vacation


    Enjoy your summer vacation.

    See you again in August.
  • High School

    Mr. Marc Campbell

    High School Principal

    Click here for Bio


  • EXPECT MORE!
    The vision of Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 is to EXPECT MORE by:

    * Building relationships with our families and communities

    * Preparing our students for success in college, career, and life

    * Ensuring our students have equitable access to excellence throughout the district

InfoNow

Gmail

Chalkable

Accelerated Reader

PARCC

Tumble

Brick Project Fundraiser

Brick Findraiser

(Click the Brick)

The Brick Fundraiser Committee would like to thank everyone that has purchased a brick to date
Purchased Bricks


Mrs. Suzzette Hesser
New CUSD #11 Superintendent
Mrs. Suzzette Hesser
Superintendent's Bio

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CUSD # 11 Hit Counter


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Summer Athletic Camp Information

Baseball Camp Form
Softball Camp Form
Soccer Camp Form
Boys Basketball Camp Form
Girls Basketball Camp Form
Volleyball Camp Form
Football Camp Form

 

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CUSD # 11

615 E. Orange St.

District Office Phone- 217-283-6668
Fax- 217-283-5431
Superintendent- Hank Hornbeck