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2022-23 School Fees Approved

Jordan School District, in coordination with schools, recommends fees to the Board of Education for authorization in order to run programs and activities for students. The school district sets maximum fee amounts in order to maintain a level of consistency and equity across the district. However, other fees can vary depending on school need. These fees are established in accordance with the rules and regulations set forth by the Utah State Legislature and the Utah State Board of Education.

After two open public meetings, the Jordan School District Board of Education unanimously approved the 2022-23 fee schedule on March 29, 2022 at their scheduled Board Meeting.

School principals have been designated as the administrators of the school fees and fee waivers. Consequently, you should direct questions regarding fees or fee waivers to your principal.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are the participation fees increasing? 

We continue to identify the true costs of running our extra-curricular programs to include; transportation, officials, UHSAA fees, uniforms, program equipment, program essential workers, HUDL (video/film exchange tools), etc.

To be compliant with USBE Administrative Board Rule (R277-407 School Fees), a school is no longer able to supplant programs from other fees collected. In accordance with Utah Code (53G-7-503 {3}), an LEA may not impose an additional fee or increase a fee to supplant or subsidize another fee.

What can fundraised money cover?

Fundraised money can be used to cover all costs associated with the program except for Camps & Clinics where employees are paid using money collected through the Camp & Clinic registration fee. (District guidelines state "coaches may NOT be paid from fundraising, vending revenue, class fees, or donations")

USBE School Fees Parent FAQs


High School & Middle School Fees

  • Registration fees could be viewed as a user fee which helps lower property taxes. Along with other general revenues, schools are allocated funds and personnel using money collected through registration fees, property taxes, WPU, and other sources.

Where does the money go?

District Examples Include: School Examples Include:
Additional School Office Staff ACT Snacks Homecoming Activities
Credit Card Fees Academic Certificates Leadership Groups: Hope Squad/CURE/LIA
School Media/Library Activity Cards Maintaining Equipment
School Postage Assemblies Parades
School Supplies Award Breakfasts Pep Rallies
School Technology Banners School Pins
Charity Drive Activities School Pride Items
College Awareness Service Projects
Culture Events Sophomore T-Shirts
End of Year Recognitions Spirit Activities
Field Trips Student of the Month
Graduation Expenses Welcome Back BBQ
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