Welcome to West Aurora School District 129!
West Aurora is proud to serve over 12,500 students spread across 16 schools! Our community encompasses Aurora, Batavia, Montgomery, North Aurora, and Sugar Grove area. We are happy to assist you regarding the enrollment process for your new or returning student. The following links will provide you with all the information and forms you need to know.
- Fees for 2019-2020
- Free & Reduced Lunch Application
- Lunch Program
- Health Requirements
- Medical Forms
- School Supply List
FREE OR REDUCED MEALS
Only students attending West Aurora High School, Fearn Elementary School, and Goodwin Elementary School are required to complete a free or reduced lunch application. Students in these buildings may qualify for free or reduced meals depending on their family income and/or family size. When applying for a student in one of these buildings, please remember to include ALL children in the household regardless of whether or not siblings may attend a CEP school, as qualification is based on total family size.
Students in all other buildings are covered by the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and are eligible for a free breakfast and lunch daily. Students covered by CEP are responsible for the cost of a la carte items and any extra meals or milk.
If your student attends West Aurora High School, Fearn or Goodwin Elementary School, and you would like to apply for free or reduced-price meals, follow the link below:
You can also print out the applications here:
Organic LifeⓇ delivers healthy and delicious school meals based on the USDA’s nutrition guidelines so that students are engaged and ready to learn in school. All meals include a variety of fresh fruit and vegetable choices, and a variety of chilled non-fat or low-fat milk.
All SD129 breakfast and lunch menus are now available online. It works best with Google Chrome or Safari.
School Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Our goal is to provide excellent nutrition for your child at prices you can afford. The table below shows prices:
ADDING MONEY TO AN ACCOUNT
West Aurora Schools have implemented a computerized debit system that will replace the traditional cash registers in the cafeteria lunch lines. Students will still be able to pay cash on a daily basis as they have in the past.
To use the service, you must first enroll at the website. A valid email address is required, as you will receive payment confirmations via email. The school receives a list of credit card payments made on the MySchoolBucks website each morning. You then can go to your MySchoolBucks account and view your student's current balance. There is no additional charge to your credit card for this service; this is a FREE service to the parents of our school district.
A cash debit account is created by making a payment of a specific dollar amount ($5.00, $10.00, $20.00, etc...) to the cafeteria. These funds are then deposited into your student's debit account and are available to your child when purchasing meals at the elementary, middle and high schools as well as a la carte foods that are available at the middle and high schools. There are no limitations as to what may be purchased or how many purchases can be made. The account balance simply decreases as purchases take place.
The Hunger Free Kids Act requires school districts to allow students to charge meals up to $500 annually. If your child attends West Aurora High School, Fearn or Goodwin Elementary and you prefer your child not be allowed to accumulate a balance that high, please complete the “opt-out” form below and return it to your student's school. This opt-out is not necessary if your child attends a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school.
By opting out of the 'Hunger Free Kids Act' your student will only be allowed to charge up to $15 on their food service account.
Students in all buildings are not allowed to charge a la carte items, additional milk or second meals. Students must pay cash or have a balance on their MySchoolBucks account to purchase those items.
Physical examination and immunizations are required for school entrance in specific grades according to Illinois Code. All documentation should be submitted to your school nurse as soon as possible.
Physical Examination Requirements
The Illinois School code requires the following students to submit evidence of a physical exam and complete record of immunizations: Pre-K, Kindergarten, 6th grade, 9th grade, and students transferring from an out-of-state school into Illinois for the first time.
Returning Students must submit the physical examination and immunization requirements before October 15th in order to avoid exclusion.
Students registering on/after September 15th are provided a 30 day window in which to turn in the required documentation.
Appointment dates for obtaining a physical exam do not meet the school requirement.
Physical examinations must be dated after August 1st of the prior school year. All portions of the exam must be completed, included parent signature, in order for the physical to be valid.
STUDENTS WHO DO NOT MEET PHYSICAL EXAMINATION AND IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS WILL BE EXCLUDED AND WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND SCHOOL PER DISTRICT 129 POLICY 7.1
Immunization Requirement Details
Records must show proof of immunization against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), measles, mumps, rubella, polio and varicella (chicken pox).
Early childhood students are also required to have the haemophilus influenza and pneumococcal vaccine.
- Early childhood and sixth grade through high school students are also required to have the hepatitis B vaccine.
- Sixth grade thru Twelfth grade are also required to have the Tdap vaccine.
- Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth grades are also required to have the meningococcal vaccine.
Dental Examination Requirements
Students in kindergarten, second and sixth grades must submit evidence of a dental examination by May 15th of that school year. Dental exams must be completed within 18 months prior to the May 15th date.
Vision Examination Requirements
Students entering Illinois Schools for the first time (kindergarten or transfer) must submit evidence of a vision exam. Students who have been referred for a vision exam are expected to submit proof of vision exam also.
Other Serious Medical Conditions
Contact your school nurse immediately if you have questions or if your child has a medical condition that will impact their school day. Additional information may be needed to ensure your child’s comfort, safety and well-being at school.
Medication Authorization Forms
Please see medication forms for details regarding District 129’s Medication Policy. Mediation Authorization forms must be renewed every school year.
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Monday - Friday
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1877 W. Downer Place
Aurora, IL. 60506
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