• Activity Fee Information and Fee List

    Beginning with the 2012-2013 School Year, the families of all students who participate in co-curricular sports or marching band activities will be required to contribute an activity fee. This fee will provide support for the funding of activity equipment, uniforms, and transportation.
     

    Season-based fees will be required for participation in co-curricular activities as follows:

    High School Activities

    $125 level

    Marching Unit, Football, Swimming (Boy/Girl)

    $100 level

    Cheerleading, Wrestling

    $75 level

    Baseball, Basketball (Boy/Girl), Bowling, Cross Country (Boy/Girl), Field Hockey, Golf, Lacrosse (Boy/Girl), Soccer (Boy/Girl), Softball, Tennis (Boy/Girl), Winter Track (Boy/Girl), Track (Boy/Girl)

    Middle School Activities

    $50 level

    Football, Wrestling

    $25 level

    Baseball, Basketball (Boy/Girl), Cheerleading, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Marching Unit, Soccer (Boy/Girl), Softball, Tennis (Boy/Girl), Track (Boy/Girl)

    • The Activity Fee Payment must be handed in before a student may participate in the selected activity;
    • Waiver/activity fee reduction forms are available upon request for families experiencing economic hardship. Building principals will meet with parents/guardians to review all waiver or reduction requests;
    • Students who are cut from a team or activity will have their fees reimbursed;
    • Students who suffer a season ending injury prior to the mid-point of the season will have their fee reimbursed;
    • Students who move from the District will have their fee reimbursed on a pro-rated basis;
    • Students who quit or who are removed from a team or activity for disciplinary reasons will not receive a reimbursement of the activity fee;
    • A District and Community Committee will meet regularly to determine how best to allocate funds which have been generated by the Activity Fee;
    • This fee will be in addition to funds already allocated for co-curricular activities, and will not reduce the budgeted monies available for such activities. These funds will be treated as “value-added” to ensure that activities have their equipment, uniforms, and transportation needs met
Last Modified on November 6, 2012