LIST: Student fee changes in metro-east schools

News-DemocratJuly 6, 2013 

Student fee changes in selected metro-east school districts for next school year:

Mascoutah Dist. 19

* $110 (was $40) instructional costs for high school students

* $70 (was $40) instructional costs for middle schoolers

* $55 (was $40) instructional costs for elementary school students

* $30 (was $15) fee per sport for high school students. $60 max.

* $20 (was $10) fee per sport for middle schoolers. $60 max.

* $125 (was $100) driver's education fee

O'Fallon Dist. 90

* $200 fee (was $100) for junior high students

* $180 fee (was $90) for elementary school students

Pontiac-William Holliday Dist. 105

* New $50 fee for all students

Whiteside Dist. 115

* $75 fee (was $65) for 6th-8th graders

Shiloh Dist. 85

* $50 fee (was $45) for students

Central Dist. 104

* $35 student registration fee (was $15)

* $25 (was $20) technology fee for middle school students

* New $5 sports and club fee for middle schoolers. $10 max.

Highland District 5

* $100 for kindergarten

* $120 for elementary students

* $50 for elementary band (new fee)

* $120 for middle school students

* $135 for middle school sports and band (was $100)

* $15 intramural fee (was $25)

* $140 for high school students

* $225 for sports and band (was $150)

* $25 for extracurricular activities (new fee)

Triad District 2

* $80 for grades K-2 (was $75)

* $85 for grades 3-5 (was $80)

* $90 for grades 6-8 (was $85)

* $125 for grades 9-12 (was $120)

* $80 high school athletic fee per sport

* $250 for driver's education

Edwardsville District 7

* $80 for elementary students (was $70)

* $90 for middle school students (was $80)

* $100 for high school students (was $90)

* $50 for middle school sports and performing arts (was $25)

* $100 for high school sports and performing arts (was $50)

* Participation fees capped at $100 per student

 

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