July 22, 2017

A/W Titan Shirts and Sweatshirts – ONLINE ORDER!

Want some A/W Titan Gear? Hop on over to the A/W Titan’s Breedloves Store and place an order.

This store is only taking online order until Sunday, July 30th at 11:59 pm, so order soon!



Event Calendar – Opening Days of School

Student Registration

The 2017-2018 School Year will soon begin. Information regarding dates, times, fees and health requirements for student registration are as follows.

  • Parents of K -8 will register in the Grade School Office
  • Parents of 9-12 will register in the High School Office.


  • Monday, July 31st———————–12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
  • Tuesday, August 1st———————11:00 am – 7:00 pm
  • Wednesday, August 2nd—————-7:00 am – 12:00 pm

REGISTRATION FEES- $80.00 for all students K-12

  • Kindergarten & 1st Grade Fees – $52.50 afternoon milk (total registration fee $132.50)
  • 7th / 8th Grade and High School Technology Fee–$50.00 or $20.00. This fee applies to
    7th/ 8th Grade and High School Only.
  • DRIVER’S ED FEE– $100.00
  • Lunch $2.80 & Milk .30 (Applications for free and reduced meals will be available in the grade school office).
  • Fines Incurred from the previous year.
  • ATHLETIC ACTIVITY REQUIREMENTS – Parents of football, volleyball, cross country and golf players must sign an insurance waiver and receive a copy of the athletic handbook. The student must have a physical on file or they will not be able to practice football, golf, volleyball or cross country.
  • HEALTH REQUIREMENTS -State regulations make it necessary for all pupils to comply with certain health requirements before registration can be completed. Please refer to the document
    below for requirements.
  • Bus Route information will be available in both offices at registration.


Board Meeting – Regular – Wednesday – 7/19/2017

There will be a School Board Meeting this coming Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Language Arts room of the High School.

The Agenda has been posted on the web-site as well as in the district office window.

Annawan Teams make the Galesburg Register-Mail Sports Year End Review
















Annawan Girl’s Basketball (#1 on the list) and Annawan/Wethersfield Football (#4 on the list), made the Year End Review over at Galesburg’s The Register Mail WCI Sports page.

Check it out!


Congratulations – Staff Member of the Month of May

LuAnne Coppejans was the May 2017 winner of Staff Member of the Month.
(picture below is with her 8th grade basketball team)

LuAnne was appreciated by Mrs. Varland as “Lu uses every moment to help teachers get the job done.  She enters the room, tell you how much time she has, and asks how she can help.  Much appreciated!”  Lu wins a staff prime parking spot for August and a $50 gift certificate to a business of her choice in the Annawan CUSD 226.  LuAnne wanted to pass her winnings forward to Hope DeRycke and her family!

In the overall drawing of all Annawan CUSD 226, Cindy Scott (picture below) was drawn and will receive a prime parking spot for the month of August.

May Newsletter – Now Available

The May Newsletter is NOW AVAILABLE!

Please use the link below or use the Site Link above to access the NEWSLETTER PAGE.



Congratulations Matt Nordstrom

Congratulations to Mr. Matt Nordstrom who was approved to be Superintendent of the Annawan CUSD 226 beginning July 1, 2018.

There was a good article over on his hiring over at QCOnline and is linked below.

Congrats Matt!

QC-Online – Online Article

Annawan Kiwanis Club Purchase Books for Annawan Grade School Students
















Annawan Grade School students in Kindergarten – fifth grade chose a book from Scholastic Book Clubs

compliments of the Annawan Kiwanis Club. The Kiwanis Club purchased three books for each of the

students this year. Pictured above are all of the students with their most recent gift. Thank you

Annawan Kiwanis members!

The Kindergarten and Senior Class Rewarded with Corner Coop Ice-Cream

The Reading Carnival is almost here, and raising money is always something crucially important to making sure each Annual Reading Carnival is a success!!  This year, the 5th Grade and the Kindergarten classes raised the most money during the Penny Wars week challenge in which all the K-5 classes participated.

As a reward, the Kindergarten class chose to walk up to the Corner Coop and get some Ice-Cream!

Many seniors have also been helping to get ready for the Reading Carnival.  Because of this, the Senior class volunteered to help walk the Kindergarten class up to the Corner Coop, both as a big thank you from the Reading Carnival Committee, but also as a help to make sure every Kindergartner had a good time at the Coop!