STUDENT FEES - EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR
North Shore School District 112 charges each student a "Registration Fee," which is an apportionment of the cost of consumable instructional materials and supplies that the schools need. These include workbooks, subscriptions, duplicating paper for materials distributed in class, science materials, paint, glue, chalk, and pencils used and consumed in class.
The fees charged by North Shore School District 112 are comparable with those charged by surrounding school districts. The School District currently does not charge additional fees for sports, music, music, or clubs.
In a typical year, North Shore School District 112 collects approximately $500,000 in general registration fees. The budget for curriculum materials, in addition to the budget of the individual schools for general supplies and consumable materials, is $2.7 million each year.
Illinois statutes permit public school districts to charge students a fee for the rental of textbooks and fees for consumable materials and supplies that are used in the course of a student's education. Illinois courts have consistently upheld the legality of schools charging fees for textbook rental and supplies. In general, school districts may not charge tuition to students residing in the district who attend public schools.
Half-Day & Full-Day Kindergarten to 8th Grade
$230 if paid on or before July 28, 2022
$250 if paid on or after July 29, 2022
Annual Tuition: $3,300
The Early Childhood Center at Green Bay offers a variety of programming options. Our teachers are state certified, and we utilize both the State of Illinois Early Learning Standards and the Creative Curriculum for Preschool. Our classrooms have regular support from both Speech/ Language Pathologists and an Occupational Therapist. Many of our sessions are taught in Spanish for native Spanish speakers. All of our teachers support the development of the whole child and provide opportunities for learning which facilitate each child's cognitive, emotional, social, and motor development. We believe that children learn best through hands-on play-based experiences and exploration. We believe that a secure and nurturing classroom creates a positive learning environment.
$105/year for one carton per day; $210/year for two cartons per day; $315/year for 3 cartons per day
$495 if paid on or before July 28, 2022.
Any returning students signing up for the bus and paying on or after July 29, 2022, will be assessed a $50 late fee to cover the administrative costs associated with re-routing buses.
Fee Waiver Information
Families may request a waiver of registration fees by applying for the free/reduced lunch program. All families who qualified for the program last year will receive a mailing later this summer with instructions for applying online. If you did not apply or qualify last year, but believe you may be eligible this year, please contact Kathy Uhlean in the business office at 224-765-3006 for more information or to be added to the mailing list.
District 112 understands the current economic hardships that are facing many of our families. The Board of Education has adopted Policy 4:140 (see policy below), which permits the waiving of instructional fees for students whose parents or guardians are unable to afford them. Fees for textbooks, other instructional materials, and technology are waived for students who meet the eligibility criteria for fee waiver contained in this policy. If you are experiencing financial hardship and are not able to pay for instructional fees, please apply for a waiver. If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Uhlean, Business Office at 224-765-3006.
- Waiver of Student Fees - Board Policy 4:140
- Hardship Waiver Application - English
- Hardship Waiver Application - Spanish
Payment Schedule Information
Students who are ineligible for a fee waiver and whose parent(s)/guardian(s) are unable to pay the required fees, please call Kathy Uhlean, Bussines Office at 224-765-3006 to arrange for a payment schedule.
RETURN CHECK FEE
A $25.00 fee will be assessed for any check that is returned from a bank for insufficient funds, closure of the bank account or other reasons.