New Student Registration Continues Next Week
If you are new to the district please read on for important information. If you know of someone new to District 41, please pass along this information.
Registration dates and hours:
Walk-in registration will be held at Hadley Jr High (240 Hawthorne Ave) for ALL new students to District 41. School staff members will be ready to help you with the registration process on these dates:
-Aug. 4: 3:30 - 7:30 p.m.
-Aug. 5: 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Information you will be asked to provide:
Registration information and forms may be accessed on www,d41.org. Forms may also be obtained from the Central Services Office at 793 N. Main, Glen Ellyn.You will need to provide:
- a certified copy of your child's government-issued birth certificate
- three items that show that you live within District 41: you will need one document such as a signed lease, closing statement or current tax bill; and two documents such as driver's license or current utility bill.
- Students transferring into District 41 from another Illinois public school are required to present a completed Illinois State Transfer form from their previous school with the registration materials.
Homeless students: Homeless students have the right to be registered for school even if they are missing documents normally required for enrollment. Students who may be eligible for homeless services include those who are living in a shelter, motel, vehicle or campground, on the street, in an inadequate accommodation, doubled up with friends or relatives; or waiting for foster-care placement. Information on education rights of homeless students is posted on www.d41.org, may be obtained from your school or from the district Homeless Liaison Geri Adkins, (630) 534-7340.
Other important dates:
Thursday, Aug. 14: Wildcat Welcome (formally Hadley Start-up). Please review this flyer and look for additional information in your email in the coming weeks. Please note: student pictures and ID distribution will occur during the first week of school.
Thursday, Aug. 21: Elementary school "Meet and Greet," This is a chance for you and your child to visit the classroom and meet the teacher. It's a great way to help your child become comfortable and reduce the start of school stress. Look for additional information in your email in the coming weeks.
Monday, Aug. 25: First day of school for K through 8.
Wednesday, Aug. 27: First day of school for preschool programs.
District 41 covers part of Carol Stream, Glendale Heights, Glen Ellyn, Lombard and Wheaton. District boundaries are roughly Roosevelt Road on the south, North Avenue on the north, Route 53 on the East, and President Street on the west.
If you are unsure whether you live within District 41, which school your child will attend, or have other questions about the registration process, please call our registrar Marylou Gehringer at (630) 534-7529. Visit www.d41.org, and read our Fast Facts for more information about the district.