2023-2024 Registration

2023-2024 Registration Letter
2023-2024 Parent Instructions

Registration for the 2023-2024 school year is now open. We ask that you please register your student(s) no later than August 8, 2023. Instructions are attached above and can also be found on your JMC Portal. Please note that you will need to use an actual computer to register online. Your cell phones/tablets will not work well for this.

If your student(s) will not be returning to BCLUW, please let the appropriate building secretaries know as soon as possible. If you are new to the district, are unable to register online from home, or need additional help, the building secretaries will be at the high school on Tuesday, August 8, 2023, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm to help you. If this doesn’t work for you, please contact a building secretary after August 14th to schedule an appointment.

For questions regarding the registration process, please contact the following depending on your child's school.

Elementary  |  Rachel Fulton  |  rfulton@bcluw.org  |  641-366-2811

Middle School  |  Diane Peden  |  dpeden@bcluw.org  |  641-486-5371

High School  |  Tambra Simpson  |  tsimpson@bcluw.org  |  641-366-2819

Elementary  |  2023-2024

Middle School  |  2023-2024

High School  |  2023-2024

2023-2024 Book Fees

  • Kg – 4th  |  $95.00
  • 5th – 8th  |  $125.00
  • 9th – 12th  |  $155.00
  • 9th – 12th  |  $60.00  | College fee per class

2023-2024 Band Rental Fees

  • 5th – 12th  |  $45.00
  • Fee only applies if using a school instrument.

BCLUW Athletic Participation Form

Heads Up: Concussion in High School Sports

Iowa Athletic Pre-Participation Physical Exam Form

Good Conduct Policy Acknowledgement

  • Student participation in extracurricular activities is a conditional privilege; students must maintain state academic standards, meet age requirements, and, for athletes, pass a physical exam yearly. In addition to these requirements, students who wish to exercise the privilege of participating in extracurricular activities must conduct themselves according to board policy and must refrain from illegal, immoral, unhealthy, or highly inappropriate activities.

Football  |  2023

Girls Basketball  |  2023

Season athletic passes are good for all home, non-state-sponsored sporting events, vocal concerts, and band concerts. They will not be accepted for plays, musicals, and coffee concerts.

Passes are available for purchase at each building office and at home events.

Student  |  $55

Adult  |  $90

Senior Citizen  |  $60

Family  |  $215  |  Immediate family K-12, college students, and parents/guardians

High School  |  $40  | 10 HS events

Junior High  |  $25  |  10 JH events

2023-2024 Student Meals

  • Breakfast  |  $2.05
  • Lunch  |  $3.20
  • Milk  |  $0.50  |  Per Carton
  • Kg – 2nd-grade students will be charged 50¢ for a carton of milk in the afternoon if they choose to take it.
  • 5th – 12th-grade students have the option of purchasing a la carte items, which will be billed to your family lunch account above the cost of their meals.

2023-2024 Adult Meals

  • Breakfast  |  $2.30
  • Lunch  |  $4.35


  • There are 177 days of school, so if your student eats both breakfast and lunch at school, your annual cost will be $929.25.00 per student.
  • If he or she eats lunch only, your annual cost will be $566.40 per student.
  • Afternoon milk and a la carte items are not part of the free/reduced meal program and families must pay for these extras.

Applications for free & reduced meals are now submitted online through your JMC Portal. This helps families quickly and efficiently apply for free/reduced meals. The necessary household and income information is entered online, JMC receives it and then processes the application without requiring paper copies. Additionally, the application can be included in the yearly registration process for registering for the next school year. For more information, please see the JMC Help website.

The BCLUW Community School District Food Service Department is a self-operating and self-sustaining program. The Board of Education desires the BCLUW Community School District Food Services Department to be self-supporting and therefore discourages general fund subsidies that could take away from other programs. In order to maintain financial stability and equality for all lunch-paying students in the district, this policy regarding lunch accounts will be followed. We encourage parents/guardians to use the online payment system the district has developed.

It is recommended that parents or guardians strive to maintain a positive balance in the child/children’s food service account. Positive balances at the end of the school year are rolled over to the child’s account for the next school year. If the child moves or graduates, a refund check will be issued for any remaining positive balance. If at any time a parent/guardian believes they may qualify for free or reduced lunches under federal guidelines, they should contact the Superintendent’s Secretary for the necessary paperwork.

Upon the first negative balance of any amount incurred, the food service department will contact the parent/guardian by phone, email, or a written letter indicating to the parent/guardian the balance owed. This will be done at a minimum of once weekly.

If a negative balance of $25.00 or greater is reached, a letter will be sent home by the food service department/building secretary to the parent/guardian stating that his/her child has a negative balance and that, if the total family’s account reaches a debt of $50.00 or more

  • for an elementary or middle school student: he/she will be required to bring a sack lunch, or the child will receive an alternate meal, such as a cheese or peanut butter sandwich, fruit, and milk instead of the regular hot lunch menu items. A fee for the cost of these alternate lunches will be charged to the student’s account.
  • for a high school student: he/she will not be allowed to accumulate an additional negative balance for meals, and the student will need to bring a sack lunch from home if he/she plans to eat at the school.

If a negative balance of $75 or greater is reached for any family, the parent will be sent a notice from the business office stating that payment must be made within five business days of the date on the notice, or further collection procedures (small claims) could be pursued for payment on the account. If a parent/guardian begins good faith efforts to make regular payments, as determined by the superintendent and food services director, towards eliminating the negative balance, the district may postpone additional collection procedures. Payment on the account should cover the negative balance and create a positive balance of at least $10 in the child’s account.

Please note that money needs to be available in a child’s lunch account in order for extra meals, extra milk or snacks to be purchased. This applies to all students, including students from families participating in the free and reduced program.

Negative balances will be carried over to the following school year. These negative balances must be paid in full prior to school starting as a part of the school registration process. Parents with accounts in arrears will be asked to send a lunch from home until negative balances have been taken care of or a payment schedule arranged and adhered to. The school district and the food service department reserve the right to take any other reasonable action, including legal action, to collect the balance due in any student’s account.

If we use emergency routes in the morning, we will also use emergency routes in the afternoon. Generally, if the county has placed an embargo on gravel roads, we will be using emergency routes. At other times if we feel snow and soft, wet conditions of the gravel roads are a safety concern, we will use the emergency routes.

What you can do to assure your child’s comfort and safety. The superintendent decides whether school will be in session. However, it is your decision as a parent whether you want your child to attend school on any given day due to conditions, and we are aware that things like weather, fog, and road conditions can vary by location across counties and the school district. Have alternate childcare plans in place that are well-understood by your children. Should they go to a neighbor’s house? Will a babysitter or another approved person pick them up? Do they have a key to the house and know how to reach you? Know and post the school’s start and end times.

Preschool  |  2022-2023

Elementary  |  2023-2024

Middle School  |  2023-2024

High School  |  2023-2024

Employee  |  2022-2023

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