"A Tradition of Excellence"
Rochester CUSD 3A Schools are located in Rochester, IL 
and strive to provide excellence in education for all students pre-K through grade 12. 
Currently, we have five main education centers and an administrative center.  



5Essentials State Wide Survey to Improve Student Learning

Rochester CUSD 3A again will join the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) in the seventh statewide survey of school climate and learning conditions. The survey provides a unique opportunity for students, teachers and parents to have a voice in improving their schools. From November 15 through January 18, students and teachers will be asked to take a 25 -minute research-based survey to help identify strengths and weaknesses in their school’s learning environment. The parent survey supplement will be administered from October 23 through January 18. These surveys will serve as an opportunity for schools to reflect on progress since the last statewide implementation.


We invite all Rochester CUSD parents to complete the Parent Survey by clicking here.  This survey will be available until January 18, 2019.






A message from Dr. Thurman
 
"In this this 60 second sound bite, Dr. Thurman briefly shares updates regarding the district's collaboration around the West Main/Route 29 intersection.  He notes what's been done, where we are, and what you can do to help."


Contact Information

BuildingAddressPhone NumberFax Number
Rochester High School 1 Rocket Drive 217-498-9761 217-498-9829 
Rochester Junior High School 3 Rocket Drive  217-498-9761 217-498-6204 
Rochester Intermediate School 900 Jack Taylor Drive 217-498-6215 217-498-6218 
Rochester District Office 4 Rocket Drive 217-498-6210 217-498-8045 
Rochester Elementary EC-1 707 West Main 217-498-9778 217-498-9160 
Rochester Elementary 2-3 456 Education Avenue 217-498-6216 217-498-6217 
Transportation Bus Garage 217-498-9834 217-498-8045 
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What is Vision 20/20?
For the first time all of the statewide organizations of school leaders along with the Illinois PTA have come together to support this blueprint for the future of public education in Illinois.