Who We Are

Hollis Consolidated Grade School District 328 is a self-contained Preschool-8th Grade school district serving residents of Hollis Township in Peoria County, Illinois.  Hollis operates out of a single building campus with unique facilities such as a dedicated auditorium, large gymnasium, an extensive library, and a science lab. 
Hollis is in a unique position to offer a decreased tuition rate for non-residents. Due to a waiver granted by the Illinois General Assembly, Hollis Grade School has lowered its non-resident tuition rate to $2,800 per year.  This enables Hollis to bring in select students to provide a better experience for all our students, while still maintaining a small class size averaging about 15 students per class.

Who We Are

Hollis Consolidated Grade School District 328 is a self-contained Preschool-8th Grade school district serving residents of Hollis Township in Peoria County, Illinois.  Hollis operates out of a single building campus with unique facilities such as a dedicated auditorium, large gymnasium, an extensive library, and a science lab. 
Hollis is in a unique position to offer a decreased tuition rate for non-residents. Due to a waiver granted by the Illinois General Assembly, Hollis Grade School has lowered its non-resident tuition rate to $2,800 per year.  This enables Hollis to bring in select students to provide a better experience for all our students, while still maintaining a small class size averaging about 15 students per class.

COVID-19 Update and E-Learning

June 23, 2020

June 23, 2020
Dear Hollis Families,

Hopefully, this letter finds you and your family doing well and enjoying the start of summer. As we begin to approach July, we inevitably begin to think about going back to school. This year, plans for returning to school are accompanied by a lot of unknowns.
As of today, it is our desire to return to in-person instruction with enhanced safety, cleaning, and social distancing practices, on our anticipated start date of August 13. However, we are aware that this may not be possible. Due to the ever-changing threat of COVID-19, we want to be prepared on how to best educate the students at Hollis Grade School. Many of you have probably heard about three different options being considered as schools begin to plan for reopening.
Traditional school with increased safety measures (regular full-day instruction with social distancing, increased cleaning and disinfecting, increased hand washing, etc).
Remote learning (full remote learning with no in-person instruction)
Hybrid or blended (combination of remote learning and traditional instruction)
As we explore different scenarios, please know that we are focusing on the health and safety of our students and staff. Our main goal is to keep everyone safe while not creating any additional challenges. We are aware that a potential return to remote learning poses its own set of unique obstacles during already challenging times. There will likely be some hurdles we will all face in August, but it is our hope to minimize these as much as possible.
We are anticipating official reopening guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education as well as the Illinois Department of Public Health to be released soon. Hollis is awaiting that guidance before making any official plans on how to best reopen our doors in August. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Jones or Mrs. Schoedel at (309) 697 – 1325 or via email. We miss all of our Hollis Hawks and are looking forward to seeing you again soon!

COVID-19 Update & E-Learning

April 2nd, 2020

Hollis Grade School Remote Learning Plan
Remote Learning is any learning that happens outside of the traditional classroom because the student and teacher are separated by distance and/or time. This learning can be real-time or flexibility timed, and it may or may not involve technology, as we recognize not everyone has equitable access to the Internet. The following plan was created with guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education’s recent guiding documents released on Friday, March 27, 2020. The plan outlined below meets or exceeds all of ISBE’s minimum requirements.

Our Mission

Hollis Leaders for L.I.F.E.

Leaders who are
Involved,
Focused, and
Enthusiastic.

Our mission is to develop life-long learners who: value themselves and others, contribute to their community, and succeed in an
ever-changing world.

Our Mission

Hollis Leaders for L.I.F.E.

Leaders who are
Involved,
Focused, and
Enthusiastic.

Our mission is to develop life-long learners who: value themselves and others, contribute to their community, and succeed in an
ever-changing world.

NON-RESIDENT APPLICATIONS

Hollis Grade School is now accepting applications for interested non-resident tuition students for Fall 2019.  Families, interested in having their out of district students attend an outstanding Peoria area K-8 school, should call (309) 697-1325 to set an appointment for an interview and a tour of the school.

$2,800 per student per year

NON-RESIDENT APPLICATIONS

Hollis Grade School is now accepting applications for interested non-resident tuition students for Fall 2019.  Families, interested in having their out of district students attend an outstanding Peoria area K-8 school, should call (309) 697-1325 to set an appointment for an interview and a tour of the school.

$2,800 per student per year

5613 W. Tuscarora Rd.
Peoria, IL  61607

5613 W. Tuscarora Rd.
Peoria, IL  61607

Phone: (309) 697-1325
Fax: (309) 697-1334