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Fees and Payments

All Elementary Schools
During enrollment: 
1. Fill out lunch application and fee waiver if applicable
2. Pay curriculum fee - $75, technology fee - $25. 
3. Agenda book, fund meal account, educational subscriptions (fees vary by building)
4. Pay outstanding obligations from previous year(s)

Derby Middle School/Derby North Middle School
 
During enrollment:
1. Pay outstanding obligations from previous year(s)
2. Fill out meal application and fee waiver if applicable
3. Pay curriculum fee - $75, program support fee - $40, technology fee - $50, ID card - $5 (DNMS)
4. Identification card pictures
5. Pay instrumental rental fee - $35 (if applicable)
6. Pay class fees if applicable ($ varies)

Optional: Purchase yearbook - amount determined by date ordered, Fund meal account, Turn in KSHSAA physical, concussion and insurance forms

Derby High School
 
During enrollment:
1. Pay outstanding obligations from previous year(s)
2. Fill out lunch application and fee waiver if applicable
3. Pay curriculum fee - $75, program support fee - $50, ID card - $5, class dues - $5, technology fee - $50Pay instrumental rental fee - $35 (if applicable)
4. Pay course fees if applicable ($ varies)

Optional: Purchase yearbook - if ordered 1st semester - $50; 2nd semester - $55, Fund meal account, 
Turn in KSHSAA physical, concussion and insurance forms



Enrollment Fee Descriptions

• Curriculum fees
help purchase annual updates of supplemental materials as well as district-wide updates, which may take the  form of online curriculum.

Program support fee provides expanded opportunities to students beyond the classroom. This fee allows secondary schools to  offer a wide range of activities that enhance the overall educational experience.

Technology fee is used to provide all technology infrastructure used by the students, including support repairs and maintenance  on the devices issued, internet connectivity and the software and subscriptions for curriculum materials. Each student receives a  device at the secondary level and devices are provided for classroom use at the elementary level. Students who receive a  device in 6th and 9th grades and incur no loss or repairs will be eligible to keep the devices once they leave 8th grade or graduate  from high school. One way to ensure that any device damage or loss does not disqualify a family from receiving the device, is to  purchase low-cost device insurance through Trinity3. For more information, please visit www.derbyschools.com/technology.

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