Winnebago elementary school
Winnebago Elementary School serves approximately 450 PK-5 students in the communities of from Glendale Heights, Bloomingdale, Glen Ellyn, Addison, and Lombard, Illinois. At Winnebago, highly skilled and dedicated educators work together to implement an educational program which provides our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become productive members of society and lifelong learners.
Winnebago classrooms are dynamic learning environments designed to support the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of every child. Positive partnerships between Winnebago’s teachers, parents, and community encourage our students to continuously grow and achieve inside the classroom and beyond.
Our mission at Winnebago Elementary School is to create a safe and supportive environment where all members can learn and grow to their greatest potential.
Everyone at Winnebago is organized and prepared to help each other learn more and more every day.
Our belief is that we will prepare all students for college or career readiness by:
Creativity and Innovation
Students will reflect on their own ideas and integrate the ideas of others in order to create inventive ideas and then communicate their thinking to others.
Communication and Collaboration
Students will be able to articulate thoughts, communicate and listen effectively, and assume a shared responsibility while working with diverse partners/team to accomplish a common goal.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Students will analyze, evaluate, and apply questioning techniques to solve problems within social situations and all subject areas.
Productivity and accountability
Students will set goals, plan, manage the work in order to meet goals and produce high quality products, either individually or cooperatively and collaboratively.
Leadership and Responsibility
Students will inspire, guide, and lead others, leveraging individual strengths of group members while using problem solving skills to achieve common goals of the larger group.
Flexibility and Adaptability
Students will adapt and work effectively in a variety of roles and contexts while incorporating feedback while demonstrating sensitivity for all viewpoints.
Social and Cross-Cultural Skills
Students will interact with others to listen and speak in an effective manner while respecting differences and keeping an open mind.
Initiative and Self-Direction
Students will initiate goal setting and work efficiently to monitor their progress in order to reflect and adapt to continue learning.
(630) 351-3416 ext. 5402
(630) 351-3416 ext. 5401