2024-2025 Registration

 ​All students will register online for the 2024-2025 school year via TeacherEase

 New families
to Limestone Walters will need to request access to TeacherEase.  
Click here to begin your request for access 

Returning families
Log in to your TeacherEase parent portal to register.

Fees have been assessed to your child's account and can be paid online when you complete registration.  

 Some optional fees can be added during checkout: Yearbook, House Shirt, Field Trip Shirt
 ~ All students in grades K-4 need a field trip shirt for visibility in a crowd.
~ All students will need a House shirt to earn points for their House on House activity days.
~ Yearbooks are simply for walks down memory lane.

 We ask that all fees be paid online or send a check in the mail (No Cash).  
If you choose to send a check: determine the total fee amount by clicking on Pay Fees in your parent portal – Add desired optional fees – Exit without finalizing payment.  
Please DO NOT COMBINE lunch money with registration fees.  Please write two separate checks and use the memo line to indicate lunch money vs registration fees.


July 10 - July 14

Call or visit the school office - 309.697.3035
Summer office hours: 8am to 12:30pm Monday-Friday

Fees and Payments

Registration Fees:

Technology Fee all grades - $100

Supply Fees K-3 $25

4-8 Art - $13

Field Trip Shirt (K-4) - $5

House Shirt - $10

Student yearbook $15

Lunch Prices:


A La Carte Prices:

Milk - $0.85

Extra Entree - $2.75

Bottled Water - $1.00

All students are charged when purchasing a la carte items regardless of free/reduced lunch status. Parents are responsible for these charges.

Free/Reduced Lunch Application

A fee waiver may be obtained by completing a free/reduced lunch application when you register online through TeacherEase. Approval is based on Federal income eligibility guidelines set annually by the National School Lunch Program. Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch will have registration and supply fees waived. Shirt fees, yearbook fees, and lost/damaged school property fines are not included in the fee waiver process and are still the responsibility of the student’s parent or guardian to pay. Paper applications for free/reduced lunch are also available and should be turned in to the office within the first 30 school days of the year to qualify for the fee waiver. 

NOTE: Students who are direct certified for free/reduced meals will not need to apply, and will not have a link for the application on TeacherEase registration.

Homeless Information

 At Limestone Walters, we believe each child of a homeless individual and each homeless youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education as provided to other children and youths, including a public pre-school education.

When a child loses permanent housing and becomes a homeless person as defined at law, or when a homeless child changes his or her temporary living arrangements, the parent or guardian of the homeless child has the option of either: (1) continuing the child's education in the school of origin for as long as the child remains homeless or, if the child becomes permanently housed, until the end of the academic year during which the housing is acquired; or (2) enrolling the child in any school that non-homeless students who live in the attendance area in which the child or youth is actually living are eligible to attend. Assistance and support for homeless families includes educational organizations, food banks, meal programs, lost service agencies, family shelters, and medical services. Contact the building principal or Guidance Counselor for assistance with these programs.

A homeless child is defined as provided in the McKinney Homeless Assistance Act and the Ill. Education for Homeless Children Act. Homelessness is broadly defined to include (but is not limited to) a child who lacks a fixed regular and adequate nighttime residence. A child is deemed to be homeless if the child lives in a transition shelter, hotel or motel, is awaiting foster care, and/or is sharing the house of other persons due to loss of housing or economic necessity.

For more information please contact a building Principal or our district homeless liaison:

Amber Powers
District Homeless Liaison
309.697.3035 | apowers@limestonewalters.com