Back to School Checklist
1) Register for school:
2) Pay fees: (financial assistance:
3) Purchase school supplies:
4) Submit student's physical or medical forms, if required:
5) Download the district's mobile app:
6) Supplement meal balances:
7) Read the 2019-2020 Student Handbook:
8) Review the district's safety procedures:
9) Plan to get involved:
10) Enjoy the rest of summer break!
Returning to school with a district Chromebook?
Students who took a district-owned Chromebook home during summer break should do the following to make sure it is ready for the upcoming school year:

  1. Fully charge the device
  2. Power down the device and then power it up to make sure it is working correctly
  3. Locate all cables and cords and bring them and the device to the first day of school
School Registration

To date, almost 5,000 of the approximately 6,200 Yorkville CUSD 115 students expected for the 2019-2020 school year are registered to start school on Tuesday, August 13.

If you know of someone who recently moved into the district, or a family new to District 115, please encourage them to register as soon as possible for the upcoming school year. The district is finalizing its staffing needs, classroom assignments, course schedules, and bus routes based on current fall enrollment numbers. The sooner registrations are completed, the less likely changes will need to be made once school begins.

Questions regarding the process can be directed to the school of attendance or the district office at 630-553-4382.
Upcoming Events
Office Hours:
All District 115 buildings will resume regular office hours starting August 1.

Hours of Operation
Elementary Schools (K-6): 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Middle & High Schools (7-12): 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
District Office: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Food Services
Breakfast options available at YMS, YHSA, and YHS
Aramark Food Service will now offer breakfast at Yorkville Middle School, Yorkville High School Academy, and Yorkville High School. Both hot and cold breakfast options will be available.

Breakfast times are listed below:

  • YMS: 7:10 -7:30 a.m.
  • YHS/A: 7:00-7:20 a.m.
Free and Reduced Meal Prices
Changes made to the district's Wellness Policy
On Monday, April 26, the Yorkville CUSD 115 Board of Education approved changes to Policy 6:50 – School Wellness, in order to comply with the requirements of the federal National School Lunch Program and Illinois State Board of Education.

The most significant change to the district’s wellness policy is that starting in the 2019-2020 school year, food and beverages can no longer be provided to students as a reward or as part of a celebration. 

  • food (including snacks) consumed during the school day that a parent/guardian provides for his/her own child
  • food that is part of the district’s curriculum
  • food that is part of a student’s Individualized Education Plan or medical plan
  • food provided after normal school day hours

  • food that is used as a reward (e.g., a pizza party as a classroom prize)
  • food that is part of a celebration (e.g., snacks distributed as part of a holiday celebration)

Additional information regarding the changes to the Wellness Policy are available on the district website at
Employment Opportunities
Employment opportunities available within District 115
Interested in working for your local school district for the 2019-2020 school year? If so, please click on the following links to view and apply for open positions or follow the job postings on the district's Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn pages.

Employment Information:

Open District Positions:

Substitute Positions:

Septran Transportation Service:

Aramark Food Service: