Nathaniel L. Wilson

Nathaniel L. Wilson , 1 day ago

As July is drawing to a close, district personnel are making final preparations for the upcoming school year. I know many of you are wondering what this year will look like for our students. While all of those details are not quite settled, here is what I can tell you:

~ Registration is currently open online for returning and new students
~ Mandatory in-person registration will be held:
Tuesday, August 3 ** 1:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 4 ** 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 5 ** 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
~The first day of school for Herrin Unit 4 students will be Wednesday, August 11, 2021.
~Students will return to school for a regular school day of in-person learning.
~Schools will be operating on the same hours as they did prior to the 2020-2021 school year.
~ Remote learning is only an option for students who have a doctor’s order stating that it is a medical necessity for this option. Any student who will need this option must provide the doctor’s order to the district and complete district forms as well.
~ More specific details regarding health guidelines for the school day will be released following the board meeting taking place on July 29.

We are looking forward to a successful school year for our students, staff, and community! Enjoy the weekend!

Nathaniel L. Wilson

Nathaniel L. Wilson , 1 day ago

Hello families of Herrin CUSD #4 schools!
My name is Nathaniel Wilson, and I would like to introduce myself as the new superintendent of Herrin CUSD #4. I have lived in the Herrin School District since 2010 with my wife Mallori (Cravens) Wilson. Mallori is a life-long resident of Herrin, a graduate of Herrin High School, and is now a physical therapist at the Marion VA Medical Center. We have two daughters - Karli and Kaylor. Karli will be in the third grade at Herrin Elementary and Kaylor will be starting kindergarten at North Side Primary Center. Our girls keep us active by participating in the Herrin Junior Ball League, dance, and gymnastics. Additionally, we are active in Union Gospel Mission Church in Herrin. Prior to coming to Herrin, I was the superintendent and principal at DeSoto Grade School for 8 years; principal and athletic director at Vienna Grade School for three years; and was a high school principal, junior high teacher, and basketball and football coach during my nine years as an educator in Missouri.
I am very excited to be part of the Herrin District and to have the opportunity to be more involved in the Herrin community!

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Kris Mason

Kris Mason , 6 days ago

Good morning! We are excited to begin the 2021-2022 school year!
PowerSchool Registration for RETURNING and NEW students is now open. Please follow this link:

Returning students with valid parent emails on file received a "SnapCode" email this morning. If you did not, please contact your child's school or email

Mandatory district-wide in-person registration will be held 1:00-7:00 PM, Tuesday, August 3, 8:30-2:30 PM, Wednesday, August 4, and 8:30-2:30 PM, Thursday, August 5. This is in addition to the online portion.

Again, we are looking forward to an awesome school year and welcoming all students back in-person. Please reach out to your child's school with any questions.

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Terry Ryker

Terry Ryker , about 1 month ago

It appears that yesterday’s post about the next school year caused some confusion. I hope to clarify what was stated.

Registration for the next school year will be in-person at Herrin High School from August 3-5 for all schools. School will be in session full time 5 days a week. We will be operating on the same hours we had before the pandemic. All students will be expected to be back to in-person learning.

Remote learning will only be an option for students who have been diagnosed with COVID 19, or have been exposed to COVID 19 and have not been vaccinated. Under these two circumstances, the students will learn remotely for 10-14 days, then they will return to school after the quarantine. If a student is exposed to COVID 19, and has been vaccinated, they will not need to quarantine.

Students aged 12 and above have the option to be vaccinated. It is not mandatory to have your child vaccinated. If you want your child age 12 and above to be vaccinated, you can register online at
The vaccinations are being given at the Williamson County Pavilion.

Terry Ryker

Terry Ryker , 2 months ago

We have just completed a very challenging school year and we are already planning for the 2021/2022 school year. We will be starting school on August 11th. We will be starting school full time five days a week. There will be no remote option next year. The only students who will be learning remotely will be students who have not been vaccinated and have been exposed to COVID 19. I encourage parents to have their children, age 12 and above, vaccinated at their earliest convenience. Bi-county health is providing the vaccine at the Williamson Pavilion.

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Jul 29

Event: Board Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Aug 3
Aug 4

Event: In-Person Registration
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Aug 5

Event: In-Person Registration
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Aug 9
Aug 10
Aug 11

Event: 1st Day of School
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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