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Online Registration - Coming Soon
Students entering kindergarten through 8th grade register via our online registration system. Parents can register from the Campus Parent (Infinite Campus) website or use the Campus Parent app on their smart phone.
Additional information can be found at:
MCKINNEY-VENTO (HOMELESS) STUDENTS
Each child of a McKinney-Vento (Homeless) individual and each McKinney-Vento (Homeless) youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education, as provided to other children and youths, including a public pre-school education.
Students who are McKinney-Vento (Homeless) may be enrolled if the student was a resident of the District before he/she became McKinney-Vento (Homeless) or if the child’s temporary residence is located within District boundaries.
Further information regarding the educational rights of McKinney-Vento (Homeless) students may be obtained by contacting the District’s interim liaison:
iroquois registration process
Iroquois Community School introduced an online submission form for student applications in the spring of 2020.
Online applications will be accessed via the Iroquois website. Enrollment will continue to be based on space availability within class size limitations.
In addition, those who have siblings currently in the school are given first priority. Students entering Kindergarten for the upcoming school year will need to register at their home school, based on their home address.
Iroquois Community School will no longer be a site for Kindergarten registration.
FEES - CONSUMABLE MATERIALS
Each pupil in kindergarten through eighth grade is charged a consumable materials fee which is payable when registering. Additional fees for optional insurance and special middle school programs may also be collected if applicable.
The exact amount of these fees for the different grade levels and kindergarten is provided with registration materials.
WAIVING OF SCHOOL FEES
The Board of Education has adopted a policy, which permits the waiving of instructional fees for students whose parents or guardians are unable to afford them.
Students are eligible for waiving of fees under the following conditions: the student is currently receiving aid under Article IV of the Illinois Public Aid Code; the student is currently eligible for free lunches or breakfasts pursuant to 105 ILCS 125/1 et seq., or the Superintendent may evaluate if a student is eligible because one or more of the following factors is present: the student’s family has suffered a very significant loss of income due to severe illness or injury in the family, or has had unusual expenses due to fire, flood, storm damage, or other similar emergency situations.
A student is also eligible for a fee waiver if, under applicable state or federal law, the student is homeless, a migrant, in foster care, a runaway, or participating in Head Start. Applications may be obtained from the district website or building principal.
School districts are required to provide interpreters for parents in IEP and 504 planning meetings. This includes the provision of interpreter services for parents/guardians whose native language is not English or a sign language interpreter for parents/guardians who are deaf or hard of hearing. In the absence of qualified interpreters on staff, school districts may use outside vendors including telephonic interpreters.
Parents/guardians have the right to request that an interpreter provided by the district serve no other role during an IEP or Section 504 meeting, and the district must make reasonable efforts to comply with that request. To request an interpreter, or if you have questions or complaints about interpretation services, please contact the Department of Student Services at 847-824-1160.