PLT3 is continuing our planning efforts, we would still like to hear from you. Based on guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Department of Public Health we are interested in how our community feels about the different options available to us. Please take a moment to visit this survey and let us know your thoughts. Responses should be completed by NOON on Friday July 10th.
We've also added a new FAQ survey where you can submit your 2020-2021 return to school questions. Then our Superintendent, Dr. Petzke will answer and share them with the community.
Check the links below for any information that PLT #3 has shared with students, families and the community.
The Future Planning Team is currently working on the Future Facilities Plan for the PLT #3 School District.
The committee has developed a plan to thoroughly assess all of the district’s buildings. The conclusion of the report should include a comprehensive look at code requirements, the physical condition of the buildings, and educational needs. The team will investigate all options for housing students, as well as address all facilitators and inhibitors.
The goal is to provide a detailed rationale of the findings to the board of education and the community. Updates regarding our work will be communicated monthly at our regular scheduled board meetings.
The Future Planning Team will focus on meeting the needs of all our students to better support 21st century learning. Click HERE to view the Future Facilities Plan.
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.
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.
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