District Annual Residency

As referenced in the May 8, 2018 letter, two sets of letters were issued in June.

One set of letters was the Pre-Approval Letter. These were sent to households verified by the CLEAR Batch system. Recipients of this letter do not need to verify residency this summer.

The other set of letters was the Residency Verification Required Letter. These were sent to (1) households with insufficient or inconsistent public records and (2) randomly selected households that were pre-approved by the CLEAR Batch system. Recipients of this letter must verify residency this summer. Residency verification is available online or in person.

Beginning July 2, 2018 through July 20, 2018, you can verify residency via the Campus Portal using using ONLY a parent account.

  1. Log in to Campus Portal
  2. Click “Parent Forms & Resources”
  3. Click on “D219 Residency”
  4. Scan and upload FOUR documents (one document from Category 1 and three documents from Category 2)
Category 1Category 2
One document requiredThree different documents required
Limit one per document
  • Second installment property tax bill (homeowners)
  • Mortgage statement or closing papers (homeowners)
  • Signed and dated lease (renters)
  • Current homeowner’s/renter’s insurance policy and premium payment receipt
  • Cable bill (within 30 days)
  • Internet bill (within 30 days)
  • Gas bill (within 30 days)
  • Electric bill (within 30 days)
  • Phone bill (within 30 days)
  • Water bill (most recent)
  • Credit card bill or bank statement (within 30 days)

A residency upload video tutorial is available on the District website as well as Campus Portal help, for your convenience.
Contact our Family Liaisons if you require language assistance.

If you are unable to upload documents, Niles North and Niles West will be open to upload the documents into your Campus Portal for you. Please be sure to bring valid identification and originals of the required type of documents as outlined in the June 8th Letter and in your Campus Portal under “Residency”. The Residency Office is available by appointment only.

North & West:Monday - Friday 8am to 3pm
Residency Office (7800 Gross Point Road):Monday - Friday 8am to 3pm

The District reserves the right to conduct a thorough investigation, which may require additional proof of residence.  Parents, who falsify their residence information for the purpose of obtaining tuition-free attendance for their children, commit a criminal offense and may be subject to legal action, including recovery of tuition for attending the school.

Residency Officeresidency@d219.org