AlWood Middle-High School

IAR Letter

Left Photo - Hadaly Curry send-off for SAE State Finals.  She placed in the top four for Star Discovery Farmer.  Congratulations Hadaly.  We look forward to watching you grow.

Middle Photo - Bassekou Kouyate and Na Ba Musical Group will perform for the district students on April 24th.

Right Photo - LTC Art Festival Award Winners.  AlWood placed 4th overall. Congratulations! 



Banquet 2023

Mental Health Counselor Information 

Good morning.  

Please take a moment to look at this flyer with information about mental health therapy services that are now available in the AlWood School District.  The services will be provided by Paula Shannon (, our school-based mental health therapist.  Paula is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of experience providing mental health services.

This opportunity is federally funded by a Community Partnership grant awarded to the Bureau Henry Stark Regional Office of Education, in partnership with the Henry & Stark Health Department. Referral forms must be completed and submitted in order to begin the intake process.  Email completed forms to: or turn in to the school office in a sealed envelope to ensure privacy. Paper forms will also be available in all school offices, or may be obtained from a school counselor.

Here is the link for parents and guardians to submit a referral form:

If you have any questions, please call the school and ask for Paula Shannon.  Thank you.


AlWood Mental Health Therapy Services

Parent Referral Form

Student Self/Peer Referral Form

Informational Flyer

2022 - 2023  High School Fall Semester Honor Roll

High Honors - Honor Roll -

Brayden Carlson Nick Barman Andrew Carlson

Piper Haar Grant Beck Elliana Keever

Mia Petrie Ruth Losey Lucas Ward

Olivia Williams Ryan Francis Kira Messerly

Valeria Gamez Symora Jensen Isabella Paul

Gracie Russell Jackson Lange Makenna Walker

Ava Frakes Brynlee Wirt Dylan Nimrick

Julie Gierach Jill Anderson Joey York

Cameron Jensen Fernando Avila-Rubio  Lilly Barham

Emily Paul Kylee Berry Rachael Aitken-Low

Reese Tschappat Mya Brown Andrew Canamar

Lily Williams Ryker Burbridge Aaron Johnson

Emma Poppy Rhiley Johnson Connor McKeag

Alexis Nieves Aylah Pridemore

Sean Watt Drew Beck

Ella Berry Brenden Bolduc

Danika Nelson Drake Nimrick

Ryan West

Matt Maher Becca Lindsey


2022 - 2023  Middle School Fall Semester Honor Roll

High Honors - Honor Roll -

Anna Link Preston Anderson Hadaly Curry

Emily Fairbrother Hunter Grobe Peyton Krause

Jack Tschappat Gavin Lindsey Kylee McKeag

Skyelynn Garrow Mavick Sunken Pyper Swanson

Sam Keever Ryan Watt Asher Brandau

Dawson Medley Melina Lee Keegan Taylor

Mollie Nelson Ava Trout Chase VerHeecke

Kelsey Poppy Hunter Walker Bristol Wirt

Devin Reed Lakyn Barham Otto Bartley

Kaylie Smith Presley Borkgren Kory Robbins

Rylee Swanson Bryton Brooks Sommer Crandall

Sadie Doonan Colton Estes

Henry Gordon Mattoxx Harrison

Will Lambin Harper Magee

Madison McCaslin Kyran McFall

AlWood Middle-High School

301 East Fifth Avenue 

Woodhull, IL 61490

(309) 334-2102

Dawn Lewis, Principal


2023 Illinois Parent Survey

Link to survey:

The survey closes on March 31, 2023. Completing this survey helps us know what we are doing well and what we need to improve on at AlWood.  Please help us make be our best. 


AlWood NFHS Network

Lincoln Trail Conference Website 

8th Grade - Washington D.C. Trip

June 11 - 17, 2023

Link to information 

2024 - Washington, D.C. 

Registration for 2024 Trip 

Graduation Requirement

Volunteer Hours

In supporting the AlWood MHS Vision and Mission Statements, the Handbook Committee added volunteer hours as a graduation requirement.  Students will earn a total of 25 service hours over their 4 years at AHS.  Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors will work 5 volunteer hours each year.  Seniors will work 10 hours.  Teachers and students started recording hours this week.  Mrs. Curry, Mrs. Steider, Mrs. Molek, and Ms. Garrett are helping students keep track of their hours.  

Hours can be recorded any time that a student is helping the school or community with a need that is not paid.  Some examples may include: 

working concession stands

working at community events

participating in clubs - working events

working at an Election Polling Site