Residency Verification is open on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal.
Documents can be uploaded to the parent portal or emailed to the residency team.
To upload documents on the portal:
- Access Infinite Campus Parent Portal
- Click on “More”, then “Portal Forms and Resources”
- Click on “Residency”
- Upload Required Documents
Please reach out to our residency team with any questions or concerns using the information below.
We’d be happy to schedule a Zoom call to assist you with this process.
|Niles West||Niles North|
|[email protected]||[email protected]|
|(847) 626-2929||(847) 626-2024|
Residency verification must be completed before the start of the school year.
Enjoy the summer!
D219 Residency Team
Niles North and Niles West High Schools will hold their Class of 2022 graduations on Sunday, May 22, with the exact time yet to be determined. Each school plans to hold the commencement ceremony at its football stadium.
In case of inclement weather, we will have a rain date of Monday, May 23. The district will share more details once they are available.
Niles Township High School District 219 is accepting applications from qualified candidates who would like to be appointed to the D219 Board of Education. The vacancy has opened due to the resignation of Mr. James Specker, who stepped down as Board President and as a Board Member on June 4.
The Board plans to fill the vacancy resulting from Mr. Specker’s resignation within the next two months. The individual selected will serve on the Board for the remainder of Mr. Specker’s term, which ends in the spring of 2023.
Applicants should show familiarity with the Board’s policies regarding general duties and responsibilities of a Board and a Board member, including fiduciary responsibilities, and compliance with Board policies regarding conflict of interest, ethics, and the gift ban. The Board’s policies are available on the District website. Qualification requirements and application instructions are detailed in this online application.
Applications are due no later than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
Dear 219 Parent/Guardian:
Residency verification begins on June 30.
District 219 is committed to protecting taxpayer dollars through our annual residency process.
District 219 will continue to use a tool called the CLEAR Batch system to review your residency. The CLEAR Batch system reviews public records to verify your residency. All households will be reviewed using this system. In some cases, the CLEAR Batch system will locate adequate documentation to verify your residency for the 2021-2022 school year, and you will receive a letter via email in mid-June to indicate that you do not need to verify your student’s residency.
In other cases, the CLEAR Batch system may identify insufficiencies or inconsistencies in public records. In addition, a group of households will be selected at random, regardless of the results of the CLEAR Batch system search, to provide documentation to verify their residency. People who fall into one of these categories will receive a letter via email in mid-June to indicate that you will need to provide documentation to verify your student’s residency. Online residency verification will begin June 30. District staff will also be available online (Zoom or phone) to assist on July 2.
Fee waiver forms and health forms (freshmen & seniors) can also be uploaded and processed online. District staff will be available to assist with these forms as well.
More information regarding textbook pick up, chrome book pick up and Freshman Orientation will be available in July.
Here are a few important summer enrollment dates to note:
|Announce results of CLEAR Batch & random selection||mid June|
|Online Residency Verification*||June 30|
|Online Fee Waiver Uploads||June 30|
|Online Freshman & Senior Health Form Uploads||June 30|
*Only required for those who do not pass the CLEAR Batch system or who have been randomly selected.
If you have any questions about the summer enrollment process, please contact your school building.
Thank you for your attention and cooperation.
Niles Township High School District 219 regrets to announce the resignation of Mr. James Specker from the Board of Education for personal health reasons. The District thanks Mr. Specker for his service to District’s students, staff, and community. As state law and District policy provide, former Board Vice President Naema Abraham will now serve as the Board President, and the Board will select a new Vice President at a public meeting.
The Board plans to fill the vacancy resulting from Mr. Specker’s resignation within the next two months. The individual selected will serve on the Board for the remainder Mr. Specker’s term, which ends in 2023. Applicants should show familiarity with the Board’s policies regarding general duties and responsibilities of a Board and a Board member, including fiduciary responsibilities, conflict of interest, ethics, and the gift ban. The Board’s policies are available on the District website. The District will provide additional information about qualifications and application instructions on its website by June 11, and applications will be due no later than July 6.
Niles West teacher and debate coach Eric Oddo was appointed to the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Policy Debate Topic Selection Wording Committee for a three-year term. The Wording Committee oversees the Topic Selection Committee in choosing a policy debate topic for the country. Five topics will be chosen from the 2021 NFHS Policy Debate Topic Selection meeting in Kansas City, MO from July 30 to August 1. These topics will be placed on a ballot where the state’s athletic and fine arts organizations will narrow down the final topics for policy debate for the next school year.
Oddo has been serving on the Topic Selection Committee since 2015 representing the Illinois High School Association.