Careers with CCSD 46
Vacancy notices for teaching positions, support positions, student teaching/interships, and substitutes can be found on our Careers webpage.
Arbor Management, Inc. provides meals to students in all CCSD 46 schools. Links to breakfast and lunch menus are posted on school webpages. Nutrition information is available on the Food Service webpage.
Application for hardship waiver of registration fees, technology fees, textbook charges, and full-day kindergarten tuition may be made to the D46 Business Office.
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CCSD 46 Final Budget FY22
Community Consolidated School District 46
Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. This document was created with the assumption that the District has complete responsibility for the preparation and modification of its annual budget and is solely accountable for its fiscal matters, including surpluses and deficits, and assignments of management. This document has been prepared to communicate a comprehensive review of the annual financial plan and the result operations to the Members of the Board of Education, local citizens, and other constituents.The actions of the School Board, Administration, and Staff have positioned the District to be able to maintain the continuation of successful programs and to pursue the attainment of District-wide goals. The 2021-2022 Budget is adopted according to the provisions of Board Policy 4:10 on September 22, 2021.
Understanding School Finance
Community Consolidated School District 46 is committed to establishing, maintaining, and improving educational programs within the funds provided by taxes and other sources of revenue. The District believes that it takes the administration, staff, and community to accomplish that. Educating and providing information to the community about district finances is very important.
More information about school finance can be found on the Illinois Association of School Board's website and the .pdf document:
Illinois Association of School Boards Parent Resources (pdf)
Resolving Illinois' Fiscal Problems to Build the Capacity to Fund the EBF
Presented on April 22, 2019 at Grayslake North High School by Ralph M. Martire, Executive Director, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability and Arthur Rubloff Endowed Professor of Public Policy at Roosevelt University.
Resolving Illinois' Fiscal Problems to Build the Capacity to Fund the EBF (pdf)
Financial Information by School Year
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Frequently Asked Questions
FY 2018-2019 FAQ
Check Registers are included in the Board of Education packets listed on the BOE meeting schedule page.
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
Freedom of Information Act Requests