On behalf of the Board of Education, the administration, faculty, and staff of Oregon CUSD 220, I would like to welcome your family to the district. We have a proud tradition of excellence in Academics, Activites, Service, and Leadership, and we are happy to have you and your students become a part of our schools.
For new students moving into the district or returning students who may have left the district, we will need you to come to the district office at 206 S. 10th Street, Oregon, IL. Two forms of residency must be provided in order to begin the registration process. Examples are: an apartment lease, closing papers on a new home, drivers license, mail, etc... At the district office, we have a one-page form to fill out so your student can be entered and your PowerSchool account created. Once this has been completed, you can finish the registration process at one of our computers here at the office, or you can fill out the forms at home.
For current, returning students (summer registration), please log in to PowerSchool and click the E-Registration button on the left side of the screen. These forms can also be completed during the school year to update demographic information such as phone numbers and addresses. Name changes much be accompanied by the appropriate legal paperwork. Returning students must re-register each year. As we approach each new school year, the summer registration window dates will be posted here. There will also be a day in late July or early August where families can come to OCUSD to complete the online forms in one of our computer labs and receive assistance from our office staff. These dates will be posted when we reach the summer months.
Early Childhood Special Education is available for children aged 3 through 5 who have an identified delay or disability. If you suspect that your child may be eligible for Early Childhood Special Education, please contact the Ogle County Educational Cooperative at 815-234-2722 x100 to schedule a screening. Further assessment may be required to deterimine if a child is eligible.
Our Pre-K for All program is available for three and four-year-old students. This preschool program is open to any child who is 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1 of the previous year, and who does not qualify for the Early Childhood Special Education program.
If you have any questions about the resgistration process, please call 815-732-5300 or stop in at 206 S. 10th St. to speak with our district office staff.
Adam P. Larsen