Betsy Martens, about 10 hours ago
7th and 8th grade boys basketball will now practice Monday-Friday next week from 2:15pm - 4:00pm.
Betsy Martens, 2 days ago
7th and 8th grade girls volleyball practice will begin on Friday, January 22nd. Practice will be from 2:45pm - 4:30pm. There will be a bus that will take the girls volleyball players and the boys basketball players back to Warsaw.
Betsy Martens, 3 days ago
Change to the boys basketball practice. It will now be from 2:15pm - 4:00pm.
Betsy Martens, 3 days ago
Any 7th or 8th grade boy who would like to play basketball needs to sign up in the office today. Practice will start tomorrow from 2:30pm - 5:00pm. If your son has not turned in the athletic handbook or sports physical, please do so ASAP. They must have the physical turned in before participating at the practice. There will be an announcement made at school today for the sign-up.
Betsy Martens, about 1 month ago
The Hancock County Health Department received notification that an individual within the Nauvoo-Colusa Elementary/Jr. High School has received a lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 test result. This individual was present on December 1, 2020. The Hancock County Health Department has worked closely with the school district to ensure that all guidelines have been followed. Nauvoo-Colusa CUSD #325 has and will continue to follow the recommended CDC guidelines to clean and disinfect the school. The Hancock County Health Department and Nauvoo-Colusa CUSD #325 are sharing this information to provide education, ease uncertainty and suppress rumors. Rest assured that the school district is working very closely with the Hancock County Health Department to reduce the risk of additional transmission. The school district and the health department have conducted contact tracing and identified those who were in close contact with the individual. These individuals have been provided quarantine guidance. All other students, teachers and faculty that were not identified as close contacts are designated as low-risk exposures and are asked to monitor for symptoms. If symptoms begin, it is recommended that individuals contact their healthcare provider to determine if a COVID-19 test is necessary. Symptoms reported among patients with COVID-19 include mild to severe respiratory illness with fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of sense of taste and or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea. The Hancock County Health Department strongly urges people to take COVID-19 seriously. It is everyone’s responsibility to help reduce the spread of illness. People should cover their cough or sneeze, wash hands with soap and warm water and stay home if they are ill. In addition, face coverings should be worn in public when a distance of at least six feet from other persons cannot be maintained. If additional positive cases are confirmed within the school district, parents and guardians will be contacted. If you have any additional questions, please contact the Hancock County Health Department at 217-357-2171 or Nauvoo-Colusa CUSD #325 at 217-453-2231.
EventsSee all events
Nauvoo-Colusa Unit District # 325 currently has openings for: Elementary P.E. Teacher- 6th Grade Teacher- Contact: Applicants must be certified in the state of Illinois....
Lumens Login Help As a Teacher, Parent and Student at Nauvoo - Colusa school district our new Student information software will allow you to login to check progress, Lunch fees due, Class...
Dr. Kent Young (Superintendent) In providing an education for our students’ future, the Nauvoo-Colusa Public Schools has high expectations of teachers, administrators, and all support...