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Fee Payments

It is the expectation that all families will demonstrate their commitment to the child’s education by payment of fees. Checks should be made payable to Community Consolidated School District 59. Parents are encouraged to make fee payments online through PaySchools. PaySchools online payment system is available at www.ccsd59.org and accepts major credit cards and check payments.


Student Fee

There is no instructional materials fee for the 2017/2018 school year.


Other School Fees

Individual schools may establish other fees based on their unique programming. School fees noted as “required” are subject to the District’s waiver policy. “Optional” fees are not subject to the waiver policy.
Required school fees include outdoor education, PE uniforms (one time only), graduation fees, and required field trips. If a student participates in an extracurricular activity, additional required fees will be assessed.

Examples of optional fees include technology device protection plan, yearbooks, admission to social events, or travel for recreational activities.

Students will be charged for library fines and other costs incurred as a result of loss, misuse, destruction or replacement of school property.


Textbook Fees

School District 59 does not assess a textbook fee for the regular school term. Books are loaned to students and a fee will only be charged to families for the books that show abuse or are lost during the school year.


Waiver of School Fees

Students will not be denied educational service or academic credit due to the inability of parents/guardians to pay fees and charges.

Students whose parents are unable to afford required school fees may request a waiver. Applications for waivers may be submitted by a student’s parent(s)/guardian(s) who have been charged a fee. Waiver requests may be submitted on a household basis. Applications and District Administrative Regulations are available at www.ccsd59.org. Parents may also contact their child’s school or Business Services at 847-593-4348.

A child who is “directly certified” or is “categorically eligible” automatically qualifies for a school fee waiver without submission of an Application for Fee Waiver.

Parents who are applying for a waiver, have qualified for free meals, or who have been “directly certified” should not make a fee payment until eligibility for a waiver has been established.

Waiver applications must be received within 45 days of enrollment of the school year or at any time circumstances have changed that might require a fee waiver. Waiver applications may be submitted no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of attendance.


Failure to Meet Fee Obligations

Families will be charged a $25.00 processing fee for each check that is not honored upon presentation to the financial institution. Delinquent accounts may be turned over to a collection agency.

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Fee Payments

It is the expectation that all families will demonstrate their commitment to the child’s education by payment of fees. Checks should be made payable to Community Consolidated School District 59. Parents are encouraged to make fee payments online through PaySchools. PaySchools online payment system is available at www.ccsd59.org and accepts major credit cards and check payments.


Student Fee

There is no instructional materials fee for the 2017/2018 school year.


Other School Fees

Individual schools may establish other fees based on their unique programming. School fees noted as “required” are subject to the District’s waiver policy. “Optional” fees are not subject to the waiver policy.
Required school fees include outdoor education, PE uniforms (one time only), graduation fees, and required field trips. If a student participates in an extracurricular activity, additional required fees will be assessed.

Examples of optional fees include technology device protection plan, yearbooks, admission to social events, or travel for recreational activities.

Students will be charged for library fines and other costs incurred as a result of loss, misuse, destruction or replacement of school property.


Textbook Fees

School District 59 does not assess a textbook fee for the regular school term. Books are loaned to students and a fee will only be charged to families for the books that show abuse or are lost during the school year.


Waiver of School Fees

Students will not be denied educational service or academic credit due to the inability of parents/guardians to pay fees and charges.

Students whose parents are unable to afford required school fees may request a waiver. Applications for waivers may be submitted by a student’s parent(s)/guardian(s) who have been charged a fee. Waiver requests may be submitted on a household basis. Applications and District Administrative Regulations are available at www.ccsd59.org. Parents may also contact their child’s school or Business Services at 847-593-4348.

A child who is “directly certified” or is “categorically eligible” automatically qualifies for a school fee waiver without submission of an Application for Fee Waiver.

Parents who are applying for a waiver, have qualified for free meals, or who have been “directly certified” should not make a fee payment until eligibility for a waiver has been established.

Waiver applications must be received within 45 days of enrollment of the school year or at any time circumstances have changed that might require a fee waiver. Waiver applications may be submitted no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of attendance.


Failure to Meet Fee Obligations

Families will be charged a $25.00 processing fee for each check that is not honored upon presentation to the financial institution. Delinquent accounts may be turned over to a collection agency.

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