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Textbooks and Fees

The textbook department is responsible for purchasing and distributing the textbooks and collecting all student fees. To notify parents of outstanding debt, invoices are sent six times each school year in July, October, January, April, May and June.  Parents can pay fees on-line, by mail or by bringing or sending the money to the textbook centers.  The textbook centers accept cash, debit and credit card payments.  New textbooks meeting specified criteria are chosen by teams of teachers and administrators.

The textbook cashiers will accept deposits to student pre-paid meal accounts.  It takes 24 hours for deposits to process, so the money CANNOT be used the same day it is deposited.   The funds will be available the following school day. 

NOTICE
All fees must be paid prior to purchasing a parking permit, purchasing a dance ticket or attending any dance, participating in the graduation ceremony, or receiving an official transcript.

Pay Student Fees

Documents

Instructional Material & Supply Fee Waiver Request

The Instructional Material/Supply Fee waiver request is included in the free and reduced application.  The new online system is quick and easy and will assure accurate data is entered into the system.  Once you complete the online application process, the information will transfer to a district system for review.   Notification letters will be mailed after the review process completes.  If you cannot access the online system or prefer a paper application, please send an email to dgray@jths.org or call 815-727-5414.   

Contact Information

David Gray

Director of Support Services
Transportation Center

Central Campus & Alternate School
Cashier:  Ms. Mickey Vanderhyden

Phone:  815-727-6811
Fax:  815-727-6888 
E-mail: mvanderhyden@jths.org or 

West Campus
Cashier:  Ms. Debbie Shelby

Phone:  815-727-6993
Fax:  815-727-6966
E-mail: dshelby@jths.org