Read the policy in full here.
Monday's vote on the new procedure comes after acting Superintendent Bruce Law proposed the idea at the board's Aug. 19 meeting.
Currently, only new students need to prove their residency in District 86. The proposed policy would demand that all students prove their residency every year.
"It's extremely important that all the students that attend a District 86 school and receive a District 86 education are residents of the district," Law said. "We have a duty to the taxpayers to go out and make sure that everyone who gets and education here, resides here."
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Currently, the families of new District 86 students need to provide either a real estate tax bill, mortgage papers, signed lease, agreement of sale, or notarized affidavit from a resident who the family lives with.
In addition to one of those documents, new families have to provide two of the following: a driver's license, voter ID, library card, home/apartment insurance, public aid card, auto registration, or gas/electric bill.
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