Balance were originally due April 3rd.
In light of the many changes brought on by COVID-19, we understand that some of our families have been financially impacted, possibly creating stress and hardship as bills become due.
Under normal circumstances, balances were due by April 3rd, but we understand that some may need more time and therefore we can offer an extension of payments through April 24th.
If you are able, we kindly ask that you make every effort to pay your balance in full by April 3rd. If you cannot make this deadline please reach out to me via email or phone so that we can set up a payment arrangement.
Our classes will now be in the format of distance learning and will resume on April 6th. Our teachers and staff have worked very hard over these past three weeks preparing for this new way of teaching and we are excited to be able to offer all of our classes (with the exception of Woodshop) to you in this way! What a great opportunity, despite these difficult days, for your child to continue to learn! Therefore, we will not be giving refunds for classes. We have reduced our lunch and study hall fees by 50%, which is reflected in your account. If you now have a credit because of the reduction of those fees, it will be applied to next semester.
Remember that district funding does not pay for registration fees, lunch, study hall, certain science lecture classes and any other class that they have told you they will not cover.
These fees are due April 3.
Over the next few weeks, statements will be emailed out to families who have a balance, but remember you can always go on
to see your balance.
All district funding credits have been applied, any amount left on your account is now your responsibility.