October 6, 2016
FAFSA Literacy &
at Prophetstown High School
Sauk Valley Community College &
the Illinois Student Assistance Commission
Prophetstown Lyndon Tampico CUSD #3
Community Advisory Committee
The intent of PLT #3 is to establish a committee made up of 5 or 6 parents, a teacher representative from each school building, and 1 or 2 representatives from the business community. Beginning in September, the Community Advisory Committee will meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm at the PLT # District Office.
Although we must limit the number of members serving on the committee, PLT #3 is always interested in hearing from our parents and communities. Our district will be seeking effective modes of communication to present information, as well as solicit feedback.
If you are interested in serving on this advisory committee, please contact Superintendent Chad Colmone at email@example.com by Friday, September 2, 2016.
As always, thank you for your support of Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD #3 and our efforts to provide an excellent education for our students.
Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico CUSD #3
Who are we?
Prophetstown, Lyndon, and Tampico communities have combined to form a unified school district. The district consists of Prophetstown Elementary, Tampico Elementary, PLT Middle School, and Prophetstown High School. The district has a student population of slightly over 1,000. Prophetstown High School has an enrollment of about 300 students.
What's our mission?
Through their efforts, the staff of C.U.S.D. #3 is responsible to provide for the academic and social development of students in a collaborative environment between school, parents, and community.
With the assistance of the Prophetstown-Lyndon-Tampico Education Foundation, local organizations and grants, the district is able to provide access to technology through computer centers in each building, as well as computers in each classroom. Internet access is available using wireless technology.
Sauk Valley Community College
Prophetstown High School students have the opportunity to earn college credit through Sauk Valley Community College. Juniors and seniors also have the option of attending the Whiteside Area Career Center; it is one of 25 area career centers in Illinois providing technical training in the areas of Business and Related Technology, Consumer Service, Industrial Technology, Transportation Services and Work Experience Cooperative Education. Through a program with SVCC, students can go to WACC and receive up to 21 dual credits. Through an articulation agreement between PHS and SVCC students can earn credits at SVCC in business and computer classes.
Prophetstown High School has explored cooperative programs in sports with neighboring schools and as a result has been able to maintain a full schedule of sports including golf, baseball, softball, cross country, football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling and track.