DISTRICT 86 STUDENT REGISTRATION

2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR STUDENT REGISTRATION

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All students must register each year whether or not the student is a current student in a District 86 school or a child who is new to District 86.  Parents/Guardians, you will need to provide three proofs of residency.  Click here for information regarding documents that can be used to prove residency.

RETURNING STUDENTS

Returning Student Registration Username = Student's 9-Digit School ID Number

Returning Student Registration Password = Student's Date of Birth in this Format: 01/01/2021

Parents/Guardians,

If your child is currently enrolled in any District 86 school for the 2020-2021 school year, you will pre-register your child through our Back-to-School Registration Gateway.  You will need to know your child's School ID number and your child's Date of Birth.  Please click here for basic instructions to get started (English/Spanish).   When you are ready, please click the link below to register your returning child for the 2020-2022 school year.  Additional information is published at the bottom of this page.

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NEW STUDENTS 

Parents/Guardians

If you are registering a student who did not attend a District 86 School in the 2020-2021 school year, you will pre-register your child through our New Student Registration Gateway by clicking the link below.  You will create an account and enter information for each child you wish to pre-register.

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  • The online process is available in both English and Spanish languages
  • Parents & Guardians of currently enrolled 2020-2021 students will be emailed their log-in information on 04/06/2021.
  • The Family Portal account is not used for pre-registration, new users will need to create a new user account in the Registration system (NEW students only)
  • In addition to completing the online pre-registration process, the parent/guardian must provide the following information:
    • ‚ÄčThree (3) proofs of residency
    • Legal custody documents (if applicable)
    • Identification for the parent/guardian
    • Physical exam and proof of immunization records are required for students entering pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and 6th grade
    • Eye exams are required for incoming kindergartners
    • Dental exams are required for students entering kindergarten, 2nd, and 6th grades.
    • Proof of TDAP immunization is required for all 6th graders.

The First Day of School for all Students is August 18, 2021

El Primer Día de Escuela para Todos los Estudiantes es el 18 de agosto de 2021.

2021-2022 Remote Educational Program Opportunity

The Board of School Inspectors approved a policy at its July 14, 2021 board meeting to offer a Remote Educational Program for students for the 2021-2022 school year. This option will help meet the individual learning needs of all students. Space will be limited and priority given to students who have a medical necessity that prevents them from attending school in person or students who reside with an individual with serious medical conditions.

The curriculum will align to the Illinois Learning Standards and follow the District 86 school calendar. Students in the remote program will be required to complete all state mandated assessments in person. Remote classrooms will be comprised of students throughout the District and teachers may oversee students in more than one grade.

Remote learning is a year-long commitment. Once students are approved for the remote program, they must remain in the program for the entire 2021-2022 school year. Due to space limitations, not all applicants will be approved.

Families requesting the remote program option for their children must complete and return the application to the J.F. Kennedy Administrative Center, 420 N. Raynor Avenue, by August 1, 2021 to be considered for the program. Applications may be placed in the drop box next to the front door when the office is closed. No late applications will be accepted.

2021-2022 Remote Educational Application 

Oportunidad de Programa Educativo Remoto para 2021-2022

Los Inspectores Escolares de la Mesa Directiva aprobaron una política en la reunión del 14 de julio de 2021 para ofrecer un Programa Educativo Remoto para los estudiantes para el año escolar 2021-2022. Esta opción ayudará a responder a las necesidades individuales de aprendizaje de todos los estudiantes. Las plazas serán limitadas y se dará prioridad a los estudiantes que tengan necesidades médicas que les impidan asistir a la escuela presencialmente o a los estudiantes que vivan con una persona con condiciones médicas graves.

El plan de estudios se alineará con los Estándares de Aprendizaje de Illinois y seguirá el calendario del Distrito 86. Los estudiantes en el programa remoto deberán completar todas las evaluaciones obligatorias del estado presencialmente en la escuela. Los salones de clases remotos estarán formados por estudiantes de todo el Distrito y es posible que los maestros supervisen a estudiantes de más de un grado.

El aprendizaje remoto es un compromiso de un año de duración. Una vez se haya aprobado la solicitud para que el estudiante forme parte del programa remoto, el estudiante debe permanecer en el programa durante todo el año escolar 2021-2022. Debido a las plazas limitadas, no todas las solicitudes serán aprobadas.

Las familias que soliciten la opción del programa remoto para sus hijos deben completar y regresar esta solicitud al Centro Administrativo J.F. Kennedy, ubicado en 420 N. Raynor Avenue antes del 1 de agosto de 2021 para que se tenga en cuenta su solicitud. Las solicitudes se pueden dejar en el buzón ubicado al lado de la puerta principal cuando la oficina esté cerrada. No se aceptarán solicitudes entregadas después del 1 de agosto.

Solicitud para el Programa Educativo Remoto para 2021-2022