Jamestown Public Schools releases information on coming school year
Fees may be paid this month.
Jamestown Public Schools has released information on the 2022-23 school year.
New student registration: Call the District Office at
252-1950 for an appointment. Hours for registration are 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.
Schedules: Middle school and high school schedules will be emailed or mailed to families.
Payment options: People may pay for school lunches, activity tickets and activity participation fees online. To set up an account:
1. Go to www.jamestown.k12.nd.us
2. Click on Parent tab
3. Click on e-funds
4. Click on create account in the left-hand column
5 Enter information of the parent or guardian
Fee days: Wednesday, Aug. 17, and Thursday, Aug. 18, at Jamestown Middle School Thompson Community Room, 203 2nd Ave. SE; busing, food service and activity tickets.
Transportation: Bus sign-up must be completed by Aug. 18 to ride on Aug. 25. Those signing up after Aug. 25 will have a delay to ride the bus. To sign up:
1. Sign into PowerSchool
2 Go to forms under each student who is riding and fill out the transportation form L
3. Print out the form before coming in. Payment must be received prior to start date.
Bus service will be provided according to prioritized routes in the following order:
1) Special education routes which are directed in a student’s Individualized Education Plan(IEP),
2) Rural routes
3) City routes
Private school students may be transported if space is available. When available, intracity transportation is limited to those students who live 10 blocks or more from school. The cost for a family is $135 per semester per child for the first 2 children, $120 per semester for each additional family member attending school in grades K-12. Rural students wishing transportation service must also register on the above dates.
School lunch: School lunches and breakfasts are available for all students in Jamestown Public Schools. Families might be eligible for free or reduced meal prices. The Jamestown Public School District encourages all families to complete the free or reduced meal application which is mailed to each family the second week of August. If you do not receive an application, call Cindy Wall, food service director, 952-3015. The elementary student cost is $3.40 per day, the middle school student cost is $3.60 per day, and the high school student cost is $3.60 per day. The adult cost is $4.75 per day.
Breakfast programs are available at all schools. The elementary cost is $2.40 per day. The middle school and high school cost is $2.50 per day. The adult cost is $3.75 per day. The School Lunch Program is supported by the charge made to patrons for meals and by the subsidy received from Federal sources through the State Lunch Program.