Athletic and Extracurricular Activity Participation Fee

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All students should have received an email containing their Student ID #.
Beginning on August 1, 2016 payment will accepted by either check or electronic payment.

The Board of Education will continue to assess an Athletic and Extracurricular Activity Participation Fee for the 2016-2017 school year. The annual fee will be assessed to every student who participates in at least one athletic or extracurricular activity that requires a Board of Education paid coach or advisor. Click here for the complete list of activities affected.

The fee will be assessed once per school year at a rate established by the Board of Education, which for the 2016-2017 school year will be $200 per student, with a maximum family cap of $400 per family. Each student must submit the Athletic and Extracurricular Activity Participation Fee payment prior to the participation (including tryouts) in the activity. The fee is valid for that school year only.

On the left-hand side of this page are links for Paying for 1-2 Students and for Paying for 3+ Students.

The fee is non-refundable unless the student is cut from the athletic/activity roster and did not participate in any other athletic/extracurricular activities for the remainder of the school year. A refund request form must be completed and submitted by June of that year or the fee will be forfeited.  Forms are available in the high school main office.  Refunds will be issued over the summer, after all of the student's obligations have been fulfilled. Any outstanding student obligations will be deducted from the refund at that time. Students who voluntarily drop out of an activity will forfeit their fee.

Students who qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program are exempt from paying the Athletic and Extracurricular Activity Participation Fee.

Payment of the Athletic and Extracurricular Activity Participation Fee does not guarantee position, role, or playing time. It does not guarantee the student or his/her parent, guardian or family control over any conditions, guidelines or policies regarding the team or activities.
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