On-Site Registration August 4th, 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in all buildings.
Registration Packets for all buildings will be emailed out in early July.
Thanks to the advances in technology, you may now request changes be made to update your child’s information through Family Access. (Note: All address changes need to be made in person at your child's school due to address verification needs.) If you need assistance logging into your Family Access account, please utilize the form found here.
On-line registration will begin by July 5th.
Use the following Registration Instructions, then simply log-on to your Family Access account and click on the "Start Registration for the 2021-2022 school year" link. Once logged in, you will need to complete all the steps. For Junior High and High School students complete the Chromebook Protection Plan Form if you wish to participate in the Chromebook Protection Plan for $25 per year.
2021-2022 School Building Registration Date
Registration will be held in all buildings on August 4 from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m If registration cannot be done prior to registrations dates, computers will be available at each school building during the registration day.
Instructional Fee - Grades K-1 $70.00 Instructional Fee - Grades 2-6 $85.00 Instructional Fee - Grades 7-12 $100.00 Chromebook Protection Plan $25.00 Athletic Fee per sport - Grades 9-12 $60.00 Athletic Fee per sport - Grades 5-8 $40.00 Athletic Fees Family Maximum $260.00
HS Parking Permit 1st & 2nd Semester
($20 2nd Semester Only)
($60 per family cap)
$40.00 Drivers Ed Fee $40.00 Electronic Payment Process
Required Physical Examinations
Parents are reminded that students entering Pre-school, Kindergarten, sixth and ninth grades, or when transfering from an out-of-state school into an Illinois School, are required to have a physical examination prior to the start of school. Students in Kindergarten and students new from out of state must have a vision exam by October 15. Dental exams are required for students entering grades Kindergarten, Second and Sixth, and must be submitted by May 15.
Students participating in sports must have an athletic physical completed by a licensed physician and must be turned in prior to tryouts (including cheerleading and poms). This physical is good for one year from the date of the exam.
Physical examination forms are available at all the schools and may be picked up at any time or are available on the district web site.