Morrison Community School District #6 gladly serves the students and the community of Morrison. The City of Morrison is located in Northwestern Illinois and serves as the county seat for Whiteside County. Our District is strongly supported by the Community of Morrison as well as by groups such as the Morrison Schools Foundation, the Morrison Athletic Boosters, and the Morrison Music Boosters.
The district has a long tradition of academic, athletic, and artistic excellence having been recognized and awarded local, state, and national groups. Composed of four buildings the District enrollment is approximately 1,100 students.
Northside Elementary (PK-2)
Southside Elementary (3-5)
Morrison Junior High School (6-8)
Morrison High School (9-12)
The District offers a rigorous curriculum that focuses on standards based learning and 21st Century Learning skills. MCUSD #6 is a 1:1 district where students in Preschool through 12th grade have access to a personal computing device. With a 14:1 student to teacher ratio the District is able to offer smaller class sizes allowing a more individualized educational experience for our students. In addition to a strong emphasis on core subject areas the Morrison Community School District offers an expansive K-12 fine arts curriculum, including daily instruction in Art and Music.
As part of a well rounded educational experience the District offers an extensive extracurricular program including:
Interscholastic Athletics (6-12)
Jazz Band (6-12)
Theater and Musical Theater
Student Council (6-12)
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Illinois Music Education Association
The Morrison Community School District welcomes and encourages collaboration between our schools, parents, and the community. Should you wish to communicate with any of our administrators or staff members please feel free to so during regular hours or by setting up an appointment.
State Report Card
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ANTI-BIASED CURRICULUM POLICY
The Superintendent of schools shall recommend a comprehensive anti-bias curriculum that is aligned with: the district's educational philosophy and goals; student needs as identified by research, demographics, student achievement, and other data; minimum requirements of State and federal law and regulations for curriculum and graduation requirements; Illinois State and District Learning Standards and any required State or federal student testing.