New Student and Registration Info
Welcome to Rutland Grade School !
Below, you will find information for both new and returning students to Rutland Grade School. Please see the Registration Form packet links for all required documents. Please complete and return the following forms found in the Registration Form packet:
Proof of Residency Form - all Kindergarten and new students
Student Registration Form - all students, annually
Health Information Form - all students, annually
Home Language Survey Form - all students, annually
Race and Ethnicity Form - all students, annually
Medication Authorization Form - Only for students that take medication at school
Physical Form - Kindergarten, 6th Grade, and new Illinois Students only
Eye Exam Form - Kindergarten and new Illinois Students only
Dental Exam Form - Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, and 6th Grade only
Copy of Birth Certificate - Kindergarten and new students only
IESA Pre-Participation Examination (optional)- any 5th grade through 8th grade student planning to participate in extracurricular activities / sports
Registration fees are due at the time of registration. The annual fee for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade is $80 per child. Any lunch fees not paid for the previous school year will be due at time of registration (if applicable). If you are unsure of your child’s account balance, you can access this information on TeacherEase or by calling the school prior to registration.
If you have any questions about registration, please contact the office at your earliest convenience.
Pre-School Screening Info
Conducted by LaSalle / Putnam Educational Alliance for Special Education
For any 3, 4, or 5 year old child in one of the 27 LEASE cooperative districts (includes Rutland CCSD 230)
Area Pre-School Contact Information
Required Health Examinations and Immunizations
All students are required to present appropriate proof of a health examination and the immunizations against, and screenings for, preventable communicable diseases within one year prior to:
Entering preschool and kindergarten;
Entering the 6th and 9th grades; and
Enrolling in an Illinois school for the first time, regardless of the student’s grade.
Proof of immunization against meningococcal disease is required for students in 6th grade and 12th grade. A diabetes screening must be included as part of the health exam (though diabetes testing is not required). Students between the age of one and seven must provide a statement from a physician assuring that the student was “risk-assessed” or screened for lead poisoning. Beginning with 2017-2018 school year, an age-appropriate developmental screening and an age-appropriate social and emotional screening are required parts of each health examination.
Failure to comply with the above requirements by October 15 of the current school year will result in the student’s exclusion from school until the required health forms are presented to the school, subject to certain exceptions. A student will not be excluded from school due to his or her parent/guardian’s failure to obtain a developmental screening or a social and emotional screening. New students who register mid-term have 30 days following registration to comply with the health examination and immunization requirements. If a medical reason prevents a student from receiving a required immunization by October 15, the student must present, by October 15, an immunization schedule and a statement of the medical reasons causing the delay. The schedule and statement of medical reasons must be signed by an appropriate medical professional.
Parents or legal guardians who are requesting a religious exemption to immunizations or examinations must use the Illinois Certificate to Religious Exemption to Required Immunizations and/or Examinations form for students entering Kindergarten, 6th, or 9th grades. The form may not be used for exemptions from immunizations and/or examination for personal or philosophical reasons. Illinois law does not allow for such exemptions. The form must be signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian and the child’s health care provider responsible for performing the child’s health examination.
All students entering Kindergarten or an Illinois school for the first time must present proof by October 15 of the current school year of an eye examination performed within one year. Failure to present proof by October 15, allows the school to hold the student’s report card until the student presents: (1) proof of a completed eye examination, or (2) that an eye examination will take place within 60 days after October 15. Children who show an undue burden or a lack of access to an optometrist or to a physician who provides eye examinations shall receive a waiver from the requirement for an eye examination. The Eye Examination Waiver form is available at the school and must be submitted to the school by October 15 of the school year it is required.
All students entering Kindergarten, 2nd and 6th grades must present proof by May 15 of the current school year of having been examined by a licensed dentist within the last 18 months. Failure to present proof allows the school to hold the child’s report card until the student presents: (1) proof of a completed dental examination, or (2) that a dental examination will take place within 60 days after May 15. Children who show an undue burden or a lack of access to a dentist shall receive a waiver from the requirement for a dental examination. The dental examination waiver form shall be submitted to the school by May 15 of the school year.
NOTE: All Health Examination, Immunization, Eye Exam, and Dental Exam forms are included in Registration Packets.