Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD #3

Excellent Education = Empowered Citizens

The tentative PLT CUSD #3 budget is available for inspection in the Superintendent's office (79 Grove Street, Prophetstown) during regular office hours (7:00am-3:30pm) | Monthly Board of Education Meeting September 23rd 6:30pm | PES Grandparents Day September 27th | Parent Teacher Conferences October 8th & 10th (1 hour early dismissal) | No School October 11 | No School (Columbus Day) October 14 |

Welcome To PLT CUSD #3

PLT3 Board of Education Vacancy

Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD #3 is accepting applications to fill the Board vacancy resulting from the resignation of Anna Reynolds. Applicants must meet residential requirements.

The individual selected will serve on the School Board from the date of appointment to the next school board election in April 2021.

Click here for more information.

Click here for Board Vacancy Application.

Special Community Forum Information

PLT CUSD #3 held a town hall meeting on June 6th If you would like to view the presentation you can do so by visiting this link:

Attendance Centers Presentation

At the December 17, 2018 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Chad Colmone shared information about proposed Attendance Centers for PLT CUSD #3. Click here to view the presentation document.

Our Mission

Through their efforts the staff of CUSD #3 is responsible to provide for the academic and social development of students in a collaborative environment between school, parents, and community.

Special Thanks

Thank you to the PLT Education Foundation for their generosity in funding the creation of the new PLT CUSD #3 website. The district appreciates the Education Foundation's commitment to our schools and our students.

Tampico Elementary School
Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico Middle School
Prophetstown High School


About PLT CUSD #3

Prophetstown-Lyndon- Tampico CUSD #3 is a student-centered district. Our district, covering approximately 200 square miles in northwestern Illinois, serves students in the communities of Prophetstown, Lyndon, Tampico, Deer Grove and Yorktown, as well as the surrounding rural area. The educational facilities of our district include four attendance centers, with a district enrollment of approximately 850 students.