Welcome To Bond County CUSD #2

Mr. Jeffrey Strieker, Superintendent of Schools
Administrative Offices 1004 Savannah Way, Greenville, Illinois 62246
Mailing Address 1008 North Hena Street, Greenville, Illinois  62246
Phone:  618-664-0170
Fax:  618-664-5000
Web:  bccu2.org

Illinois State Board of Education News

Illinois students participate in pilot tests to prepare for new assessments tied to states’ more challenging learning standards

Students in nearly half of Illinois schools will participate this spring in a limited amount of field testing to prepare for next year’s new, more rigorous assessment system

SPRINGFIELD – Students in Illinois schools will take a practice test this spring that will help them become familiar with next year’s line of new assessments in English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics and provide state policy makers and educators with valuable feedback before the tests are finalized. These new state tests, developed through a group of states called the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), are aligned to Illinois’ new learning standards and aim to deliver clear and timely information about what students know and can do and whether they can demonstrate the academic preparation necessary to succeed as citizens and in college and careers.


Health Forms

The school board approved a new policy change for all health forms to be due on the first day of school instead of October 15th, and will be collected at registration in August!
  • The only exception is if you consent to the dental clinic!
  • Dental clinic is held in the spring but is only available to those who qualify for free/reduced lunch or on the medical card!
  • If you do not turn in a physical or up to date immunizations for the required grades by the first day of school your child may be excluded from school until this is turned in.
  • If you do not turn in a dental or vision exam form, your child's report card will be held until this is turned in.



Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Program

This year the students of Bond County Community Unit #2 are being introduced to the
Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. This program, enforced by the Federal Government, has established a list of Guidelines to be followed. These guidelines include:

  • calories and sodium minimums and maximums for all meals
  • a larger selection of fruits and vegetables
  • the use of whole grains
  • require that all milk be 1% or nonfat.
More information can be found at http://www.choosemyplate.gov/.

image: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/
New Nutrition Standards for School Meals
What your children can expect from their healthy school meals this year.
read more

Announcements & Newsletter Sign Up

To receive announcements and newsletters via email, please make sure your email information is up-to-date using Skyward’s Family Access and the Skylert tab in the left menu bar.  Using the Skylert tab, you can manage your family’s contact information and update your information, as needed.  The district will be using SchoolMessenger in cooperation with our Skyward Family Access to send out announcements and newsletters throughout the year.

If you do not have a student or family access account, please contact your school office if you wish to receive announcements and newsletters.

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