Editor's note: This article has been updated after confirming a typo on the School District of Waukesha's website about the athletic fees.
How much are the fees to send students to Waukesha public schools this year?
The Waukesha School District’s website has been updated with the 2013-14 student fees for the school year.
The fees, with the exception of a new technology application fee for students taking home iPads this year, are the same as the 2012-13 school year.
The books and materials fees are:
- Pre-K, $25
- Full-day kindergarten through Grade 8, $60
- Grades 9-12, $90
- iQ Academies, $0
Other fees include:
- “Pay to Ride,” $130 per semester (fees for additional students are $65 each)
- Athletic fee, $150 per year
- Semester parking fee, $100
- Daily parking fee, $5
The Waukesha School District is launching its iPad program at Waukesha North, Blair, Bethesda and Hillcrest schools this fall. A technology application fee of $25 is being charged to students at those schools for the use of iPads. The Waukesha School District is funding the iPads and the insurance for the devices, but parents and guardians face paying deductibles if the iPads are lost, stolen or damaged.