Curricular Materials Assistance
All Curricular Material Rental (CMR) fees are now due for the 2021-22 School year. If fees are not paid in full by May 1, 2022, accounts will be turned over to collections. Payments can be made online through the links below, or pay by cash or check through your school bookkeeper.
The cost of curricular materials may be reduced if you apply for free and reduced status. Due to the pandemic, all Goshen Community Schools students are receiving lunches for free subsidized by the Federal Government. In a normal year, the Free and Reduced Application would apply to meals AND curricular materials.
Apply for free and reduced status, online HERE.
Printable application links below
Make Curricular Materials Rentals Online Payments HERE.
(Instructions and FAQ are below.)
Certified Payments is an online payment company that works with schools and other government agencies to provide methods for online payments. Goshen Community School uses Certified Payments so that parents may pay Curricular Material Rental Fees online using this link Certified Payments. You will need a Bureau Code to complete these transactions. See below for Bureau Code or click the link to go directly to make a payment for your school.
Chamberlain Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 7400182
Chandler Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 9632592
Model Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 6541047
Parkside Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 6417624
Prairie View Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 5299712
Waterford Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 6245839
West Goshen Elementary — CP Bureau Code: 6097386
Goshen Intermediate School – CP Bureau Code: 5103822
Goshen Junior High School — CP Bureau Code: 8324969
Goshen High School — CP Bureau Code: 9080080
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to make a payment?
You will need to know your child’s student ID number and the amount of the fees you wish to pay.
What is my child’s student ID number?
Your child’s student ID number is (usually) a six-digit number. In many cases your child will know this number, however, it may also appear on statements from the cafeteria or library, report cards, progress reports, or transcripts.
How do I know how much to pay?
An itemized list of book rentals, consumables, and other fees are sent home with students near the beginning of the year. We ask that you pay the total amount listed on the sheet. Reminder notices will be sent home periodically for students with outstanding fees.
Which methods of payment may I use for online payments?
Certified Payments accepts Visa or Mastercard credit cards.
How much does it cost?
Certified Payments usually charge an additional 4% of the total payment amount.
Why is there a convenience fee?
Certified Payments charges the convenience fee to cover credit card transaction fees and other costs. Goshen Community Schools does not receive any part of this fee.
Do I have to pay online?
No, you may continue to make your payment(s) directly to your child’s school.
If I have multiple children attending one school can I pay for all of their fees with a single transaction?
No. Transactions are tracked and funds are applied to your child’s balance by using their student ID number. Since Certified Payments only allows you to enter one student ID number per transaction you must pay for each child’s fees in a separate transaction.
What do I do if I experience a problem while making a payment?
Please contact Certified Payments directly at email@example.com.
Which fees may I pay online?
Currently, you may only pay curricular material rental fees (this includes the rental, consumables, and fees listed on the “Book List” or “Book Rental and Fees” notices. If you would like to pay for your child’s lunch online, please use mySchoolBucks.
Can I pay for yearbooks, sports fees, field trips, etc. online?
We do not offer this service at this time. To pay for lunch money, please use MySchoolBucks.
Where can I find more information about Certified Payments?
For more information about Certified Payments and the online payment process please visit the following pages on the Certified Payments website: Frequently Asked Questions, Privacy Statement, and Legal Notices.