Thornton Fractional North Bookstore
 

Mr. Larry Conley, Bookstore Manager
Room 105
Phone:  (708) 585-1142
Email:  lconley@tfd215.org 

The following fees are established by the District 215 Board of Education and collected at the bookstore:

                                                         Regular School Year Student Fees 

Description

Amount

Frequency

Textbook Rental Fee

(If paid during school scheduled book pick-up)

$125

$100

All Students / Per Year

General & Curriculum Fee

$150

All Students / Per Year

Driver Training Course Fee

Secretary of State – Paid Later

$275

All Course Enrollees

Technology Fee

$25

All Students / Per Year

Senior Fee

$50

Seniors Only

 

                                                           Other Fees

Description

Amount

Frequency

Credit Recovery

$125

Per Class

Student Lunch Fee

$3.25

Per Lunch

 

                                                          Summer 2016 Fees

Department

Resident

Non-Resident

All Summer School Classes

$125/Class

$250/Class

Driver Training Course Fee

Secretary of State – Paid Later

$275

$450

 

Waiver of Fees


District 215 will provide financial relief for those qualified under  the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program, limited to the following items.  (Regular School Year Only)

1.  Textbooks and workbooks for scheduled classes  (Free & Reduced) 

2.  General & Curriculum Fee (Free Only)

3.  Driver Training Fee, excluding State Permit Fee  (Free Only)

4.  Student Lunch Fee  (Free = free, Reduced = $.40)

5.  Reduced lunch waiver waives the book rental fee (only).

6.  Full lunch waiver waives the book rental fee, the general curriculum fee and, if applicable, the driver's education fee.

7.  The senior graduation fee is NOT waived.

8.  The technology fee is NOT waived. 

9.  The lunch waiver must be applied for each year the student is in attendance. The lunch waiver program is managed by the TF North Guidance Office.

10.   Each student is responsible for their textbooks and parents/guardians are responsible for paying all fees.

Lost or Damaged Books


If a student's book is lost, the student must pay the replacement cost of the book. If the book is severely damaged or defaced, the student is responsible for the replacement of the book.

Book Return


Please return all textbooks not being used to the bookstore.

At the end of the school year:

Seniors are responsible for returning all their textbooks to the bookstore in order to clear their accounts.

Freshman, sophomores, and juniors may leave their textbooks in any classroom.