Kindergarten Registration for the 2021-22 School Year
To register your child for kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year, please click here. Please note the registration and tech fees apply to all students.
You will need to upload documents before you click "submit". Registration is not complete until all forms other than the student physical, vision, and dental are submitted. Student physcial, vision, and dental forms must be submitted at least one week prior to the first day of school.
UPDATE: Beginning Tuesday, April 6, 2021, District 3 will move to a full in-person teaching and learning model.
McHenry County Metrics for Return to Learning - Updated Weekly
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Grant Awarded to Mrs. McDonald
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Gardening For Granted
An incoming pollinator garden funded by a state grant aims to help students connect to the environment and learn about STEM. Here is a link to the wonderful article in the Patch.
If you are registering a student new to the district, please contact the district office:
As a reminder, all students entering Kindergarten, sixth grade, or enrolling in an Illinois School for the first time are required to present appropriate proof of a health examination and immunizations.
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Fox River Grove School District 3 is a small Pre-K through 8th grade district in a welcoming and vibrant community located in the southeast corner of McHenry County. Our students move on to attend Cary-Grove High School which is an important partner in bringing our community one of the leading educational programs in Illinois. Fox River Grove School District 3 is committed to providing educational excellence in a safe, positive, and challenging environment that addresses all students' unique learning styles, strengthened by a collaborative effort between school and community in a fiscally responsible manner. Our district has a full complement of programming to meet the ever-changing needs of our students. Recent improvements in our technology infrastructure has allowed us to further the experiences for our students in a global society. 1 to 1 educational programming has become an important part of the experience at our upper elementary grades and our middle school. Increased hands on technology throughout the district partnered with targeted professional development for our staff helps prepare our students for the next step in their educational careers.