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Kirby School District 140 uses CLEAR ID Confirm to e-verify current family address information.  This verification method streamlines the registration process for District families while still assuring that students enrolled in our school are residents within the boundaries of District 140. 

CLEAR uses a parent's name and address to crosscheck the information against public records and determine if a student's residency falls within District 140 boundaries.

If your residency is verified through the CLEAR process, you will not need to submit any additional documentation to certify that you live within the District.

If your residency is not verified through the CLEAR process, you will be contacted over the summer and asked to submit the documents from Category I and Category II listed below. All documents must be current and show your name and address.

Category I: (one document required)

  • Current closing papers
  • Signed and dated lease with two rent receipts
  • Mortgage statement or payment book/coupon
  • Most recent property tax bill and proof of payment (i.e. canceled check or Form 1098)

Category II: (two documents required showing proper address)

  • Driver’s License/State ID
  • Current utility bill - gas, electric, water, cable, phone 
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Most recent credit card bill
  • Current Bank Statement
  • Proof of payment for current homeowner’s or renter’s insurance premium

When registering a new student, you will be asked to upload your student’s birth certificate and contact your child’s school to schedule an in-person appointment to submit an ORIGINAL birth certificate with the county seal affixed before your registration can be approved.

For children born in Cook County, birth certificates may be obtained from the Cook County Clerk's Office at or by calling 866-252-8974.

Anyone with a Custody Order Seeking to Enroll a Student

Anyone with a custody order seeking to enroll a student must present a court order, agreement, judgment, or decree that awards or gives custody of the student to any person (including divorce decrees awarding custody to one or both parents).

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