District 200 extends a warm welcome to our students and families. To be eligible for admission to District 200, a child must be 5 years old and less than 21 years of age on or before September 1 of the current school term. A child with exceptional needs who qualifies for special education services is eligible for admission at 3 years of age. All students must register for school each year according to procedures set by the school administration.
To help the registration process flow quickly and smoothly, please read and follow all of the following instructions.
Online payment option available
Anyone who prefers to use a credit card instead of a check to pay registration fees may use the E-pay website. To use this option, click here
and follow the directions. The E-Pay online payment service was created to give parents a choice of paying registration fees by credit card or by check. For questions or assistance, contact Sherry in the District 200 Business Office at (815) 338-8204. The site is provided through the State of Illinois Treasurer’s Office.
When enrolling their child(ren) in District 200 schools for the first time, parents must show three proofs of residency within District 200 from the examples below:
Home ownership title or deed (or signed closing statement)
Utility bill (water, gas, electric)
Birth certificate – certified original copy (hospital copy not accepted).
Physical examination – required for all students entering pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, sixth and ninth grades and for any student registering from outside of Illinois or outside of the country. Must be signed by an Illinois physician.
Dental examination – required for students entering kindergarten, second and sixth grade and for all new out-of-state students .
Proof of immunizations against communicable diseases as required by the Illinois Department of Health – required for students entering pre-kindergarten, kindergarten or first grade, sixth and ninth grade and for all new out-of-state students.
Eye examinations are now required for for students entering kindergarten and for all new out of state students. Eye exams must be completed by a licensed optometrist or ophthalmologist.
In some instances, additional documentation may be required.
The following forms must be turned in for each student. Click to download and bring the completed documents to registration.
District 200 Student Registration Form
(An appointment with a counselor is necessary for high school enrollment.)
Health Information Record
Physical Examination Form
Dental Examination Form
Medication Authorization Form (if student needs medication during school day)
Medication Self-Administration form (if