• New Student Registration

    The Sherrard Community School District 200 welcomes your interest in our schools.

    Grades K - 4 and Preschool will attend either Sherrard Elementary (Sherrard) or Winola Elementary (Viola). All 5th & 6th grade students attend Matherville Intermediate (Matherville). Students in grades 7 - 12 attend the Junior or Senior High School located outside of Sherrard on 176th Ave (County NN). If you are unsure about which school your child will attend, phone Becky Breiby at the district office (309-593-4075, ext 1).

    Parents/Guardians will need to contact the school your child will attend to receive an email link for online registration or to make an appointment to come into the building and register if you do not have a computer or internet connection. All student(s) in a household can be registered on the same application.

    Children who are five years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2024, will be permitted to enter kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year.

    Junior or Senior High School students will need to call 309-593-2175 and make an appointment to meet with a counselor.

    New students must bring:

    • Proof of residency 
    • Certified Birth Certificate
    • Illinois Physical & immunization record
    • Current copy of IEP, if available
    • Departure slip, transcript, or report card from previous school
    • Letter of Good Standing from previous school if available
    • Preschool Students approved to attend the district preschool program also need to fill out the Early Childhood Data Collection Form.


    Physical, Dental, and Vision Exams Required (forms available):

    • Preschool: Physical
    • Kindergarten: Physical, Dental & Vision
    • 2nd Grade: Dental
    • 6th Grade: Physical & Dental
    • 9th Grade: Physical


    All examinations have to be completed on the State of Illinois forms.  Sports physicals have to be completed in order to participate in extra-curricular activities. Sports physicals DO NOT meet the physical requirement for grades listed above.

    All children entering the school district from out of state need to present proof of up-to-date immunizations and a school physical within 30 days of school entrance.

    Medical Information:

    No medication can be given in schools (including over the counter and prescription medications) without written permission from the doctor and guardian. Medication permission forms must be renewed annually.