Mr. Edwin Shoemate
Mr. Patrick Harner
Board of Education
Steve Colson, President (04/2011-04/2015)
John Summers, Vice President (04/2013-04/2017)
Kimberly Shoemaker, Treasurer (04/2011-04/2015)
Jay Morgan, Secretary (04/2011-04/2015)
David Allbritten (04/2013-04/2017)
Morris Mott (04/2011-04/2015)
Kenneth Wiggs (04/2013-04/2017)
Board Meeting Agendas
Board Meeting are regularly scheduled the third Monday of each month pending no changes or special circumstances. Anyone wishing to speak to the Board or be on the agenda should contact Mrs. Field at (618) 658-4461 x 202, ten days prior to the meeting.
School Report Cards
Interactive Illinois Report Card
Salary, Compensation, and Benefit Reports
Collective Bargaining Agreements
Contracts in Excess of $25,000
"Premier Learning Organization"
The mission of Vienna High School District #13 -3 is to graduate active, self-actualized 21st century citizens who will be caring, career-directed, value-oriented individuals, competent in communications and problem solving. Vienna High School further commits to provide its students with the opportunities necessary to develop skills in creative and critical thinking, skills in living and working both independently and cooperatively, as well as knowledge of technology and interdependence in a global and multicultural society. Vienna High School District #13-3 will strive to inspire students to become positive, lifelong learners.
Vienna High School
Freedom of Information Act
FOIA is the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. Under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, records in possession of public agencies may be accessed by the public upon written request. Pursuant to 5 ILCS 140, Section 2(c), a public record is any records, reports, forms, writings, letters, memoranda, books, papers, maps, photographs, cards, tapes, recordings, electronic data processing records, recorded information and all other documentary materials, regardless of physical form or characteristics, having been prepared, or having been or being used, received, possessed or under the control of any public body. Records that are not subject to release via the FOIA process include confidential and trade secret information.
Frequently requested information available on the website (no FOIA request required)
How can I submit a FOIA request?
Requests must be submitted in writing and can be either:
¨ faxed to: 618-658-2122
¨ mailed to: Vienna High School
601 North First Street
Vienna, Illinois 62995
ATTN: FOIA Request
ISBE has no FOIA request form. Letters should state that information is being sought under the Freedom of Information Act. Provide a brief description of the public records requested, being as specific as possible. While responses can be provided via e-mail, please provide a mailing address.
If you have questions about filing a FOIA request please call FOIA Officers Edwin Shoemate, Superintendent or Patrick Harner, Principal at 618-658-4461.
What happens after I submit a request?
The Illinois Freedom of Information Act requires agencies to respond within five working days of receipt of a request. A five-day extension is allowed with written notification to the requester.
If the requested records are 50 pages, or less, in length, the pages will be copied and mailed to the requester. If the records exceed 50 pages, the requester will be informed of the duplication cost.
What are the costs for duplication?
Checks are to be made payable to: Vienna High School
FEE SCHEDULE FOR DUPLICATION OF PUBLIC RECORDS