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  • Sherrard School District retirees were honored at the all-staff breakfast last week.

    Sherrard School District retirees were honored at the all-staff breakfast last week.

    The following are recognized in alphabetical order: Alan Boucher, Superintendent, Mary Hessman, Secretary and Brian Hutton, Educator.
    Congratulations to all! Thank you for the investment of your time, energy, and talents. Our district is better because of you. Take care of yourselves and remember that you will always be a Sherrard Tiger. Best wishes for a prosperous and healthy retirement.

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  • Junior High students make blankets in hopes they will never be used

    Junior High students make blankets in hopes they will never be used

    May 17, Sherrard, IL - EMT-Firefighter with Matherville Fire Department, Lilah Flickinger, came to Sherrard Junior/Senior high school on Wednesday to receive donated blankets made by Michelle Rolsch’s junior high math class to disburse among the local fire departments.

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  • Six sign to play college sports

    Six sign to play college sports

    “We would like to honor these individuals and their families for their dedication to Sherrard Athletics. The Sherrard community wishes you continued success playing at the next level and thanks you for the legacy you have left!”- Michael Applegate, Activities Director

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  • Sherrard Alum Donates $150,000

    Sherrard Alum Donates $150,000

    A generous $100,000 donation from 2009 Sherrard graduate Ryan Carlson will go toward several programs that directly benefit students at Sherrard School District.

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  • Winola teacher turns class projects into lasting legacy

    Winola teacher turns class projects into lasting legacy

    A project-based learning initiative created a fun way for students to get new books at Winola Elementary.
    “They’re going to be really happy they can just get books for a special day… I was a part of that, and it makes me excited,” said Dominic Brown, a fourth grade student at Winola Elementary.

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