Student Fees & Free/Reduced Lunch Applications

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      Student Fees

      Student Fees for 2017-2018 school year.

      Student Fees for 2016-2017 school year. 

      • Please note: The payment window for student fees for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year opens June of 2017. An RCS message will be sent to all District 300 families to inform them when the payment window is open.
      • Applications for fee waivers for the 2017-2018 school year will be available by mid-July 2017.
      • Payment by cash or by check may be made at your child's school or by mailing to the following address:
        • Community Unit School District 300
          Attn: Accounts Receivable
          2550 Harnish Drive, Algonquin, IL 60102

      Checks should be made payable to CUSD300 and a phone number is required on all check payments.  

      All families are responsible to pay for Activity Passes, Parking Permits and Yearbooks.

      Click here if you wish to make a donation to the CUDSD300 Foundation for Educational Excellence 




      The free/reduced lunch application must be completed annually.

      Notification of Benefits will be mailed 7-10 business days after an application is processed. 

      Parents with questions on the program application process can contact Elsy Escobar, Program Coordinator, 847.551.8349 or

      • 2017-2018 NSLP Application for Free and Reduced – English  
      • 2017-2018 NSLP Application for Free and Reduced – Spanish   
      • Click here to fill out the online applications.

      Below is information about fee waivers for students who qualify for the programs: 



      Students who qualify for FREE meals are eligible to have the following fees waived: Registration Fee, Technology Fee, Drivers Ed, Athletic Participation, P.E. Locks and P.E. Uniforms.*



      Students who qualify for REDUCED meals are eligible to have the following fees waived: Registration Fee, Technology Fee, Drivers Ed and Athletic Participation.

      *Waiver of the PE Uniform and lock(s) is granted one time during the middle school (grades 6th-8th) and one time during high school (grades 9th -12th).