FREE PREK Screening!

Are you the parent of a 3 or 4 year old child? Come check out our upcoming PREK Screening! Remember, your child DOES NOT need to live in our school district to attend our amazing PREK! Do you have children younger than 3? Bring them to the screening too! FREE birth to three developmental check-ups will also be available on screening day! Trained staff will be available to screen infants and children up to age 3 in different areas of development as well as introduce new and exciting opportunities for area families.

But back to PREK...we have three different PREK attendance options available this fall (FULL-DAY, AM only, or PM only). Although your attendance preference is not guaranteed, we will do our best to accommodate your needs. Curious? Call 309.639.2216 to set-up your appointment or get more info. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

This service is provided in conjunction with our local Regional Office of Education. Click the pic below for more information.  

Now Hiring!

Williamsfield Schools seeks energetic and passionate individuals to join our innovative team. The deadline to apply for the positions below is 3pm, Friday, March 17. The following full-time positions are available:

  • Full-time Chemistry/Physics/Engineering Instructor - This team member will teach courses in Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering as well as inspire students to seek STEM related knowledge and skill. This team member will also oversee and help students navigate the district’s Engineering Pathway. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in teaching AP courses.
  • Full-time Foreign Language Instructor - This team member will coordinate our Foreign Language department to ensure students have an opportunity to earn AP foreign language credit as well as the Illinois State Seal of Biliteracy. Preference will be given to candidates certified in the area of FRENCH. Preference will also be given to candidates with knowledge and experience in utilizing language learning technology (e.g., Duolingo).
  • Full-time Leadership Position (part-time student Pathway Coordinator, part-time instructor) - The primary responsibility of this team member will be helping students navigate our various curricular pathways. This team member will act as a bridge between our curricular Pathway Leads, work-based/internship opportunities, and our department of student services. It is anticipated that the successful candidate will dedicate half of their day to coordinating and monitoring progress with work-based experiences and dual credit opportunities for junior/senior level students, and half of their day teaching courses that align with their passion/area of expertise. 
  • Full-time Physical Education Instructor - The primary responsibility of this team member will be 5-12 physical education instruction with a high school emphasis. Preference will be given to candidates with coaching and athletic leadership experience.

A variety of academic, athletic, and fine arts stipend opportunities are also available. Interested applicants are asked to send a letter of interest and resume to Pam Courson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For more information, contact Pam at 309.639.2219.

Click the PIC to read the February Newsletter!

First Semester Report Cards Sent Home


Earlier today, first semester report cards were distributed at school. Each student should have a beautiful copy to post on their refrigerator at home! If you have a child in our district, please take some time tonight to discuss their grades. Ask them how their skills are progressing. Have them show you some of the exciting work they are doing here at school. Our students have much to be proud of! After the conversation, if you have any questions or concerns, be sure to let us know.

To help prepare you for the conversation, Kindergarten thru 5th grade report cards display quarter grades. Each quarter represents around 9-weeks worth of work. Grade 6-12 report cards display first quarter and first semester grades. A semester grade represents all 18-weeks of student work since the beginning of the school year. When first semester honor roll is calculated, semester grades are the ones that will be used. For high school courses, the semester grade is the “official grade” listed on all high school transcripts. The semester grade is the one that is used for athletic eligibility as well.

Second semester report cards will follow a similar format. As we look ahead, please think of the 3rd quarter mid-term, the 3rd quarter grade, and the 4th quarter mid-term as progress toward the overall semester grade. Think of the semester grade as an accumulation of 18-weeks worth of work.

We are hopeful this grading/reporting format makes it a little easier to determine how student skills are progressing. In addition, for students in grades 5-12, we are committed to continually improving our use of the Canvas Learning Management System, so students and parents have access to timely feedback on how skills are progressing. Similar to our use of MySchoolBucks in the Billtown Cafe, we are working to ensure Canvas helps students and parents always know where things stand.

We are very excited to have the second semester underway! We can’t wait to see how far student skills advance when we take PARCC, SAT, and AP tests this spring! Only 53 school days until testing begins...

On behalf of the Board of Education, Mr. Binder, our teachers, and the entire Williamsfield Schools staff, we look forward to working with you to make 2017 our best year yet!


Tim Farquer, Superintendent
Williamsfield Schools


After report cards were dispersed, a discrepancy in the CUMULATIVE GPA printed on HS report cards was found. The issue has been resolved and new HS report cards will be distributed tomorrow. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.


Contact Us

325 Kentucky Avenue
Williamsfield, IL, 61489
School Office: (309)-639-2216
District Office: (309)-639-2219