Mandatory Documents and Notifications

The Illinois General Assembly mandates that all Illinois public school districts that maintain websites post designated documents and notices for the public to access easily. This page includes a number of mandatory documents and notifications for Lemont High School District 210. Many of these items may be found elsewhere on District 210 website, but this page is intended to serve as a "one stop shop" for this required information.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests

Under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (5 ILCS 140/1 et. seq.), records in possession of public agencies may be accessed by the public upon written request. Below, please find links to items available for download on the District 210 website. No FOIA requests are required for this information.

District Calendar Illinois State Report Cards
Board of Education Agendas and Minutes List of Vendors and Contracts Above $25,000
Annual Budget Annual Financial Reports/Financial Profile Scores
TRS Compensation Report Association of Lemont Teachers Contract
IMRF Compensation Report SEIU Local 1 Firemen and Oilers Division Contract
Public Hearing Notices Federal Notifications

FOIA Information

FOIA Officers

Lemont High School District 210's Freedom of Information Act officers include:

Dr. Mary Ticknor, Superintendent
Mary Jo Pascente, Superintendent's Secretary
Tony Hamilton, Director of School & Community Relations

Submitting a FOIA Request

Lemont High School District 210 does not require requesters to complete a form when making a request under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. Requests should declare the information is being sought under the Freedom of Information Act. Individuals making FOIA requests should include a specific description of the public records being requested. While the Freedom of Information Act does not require public bodies to answer questions, it is designed to allow members of the public to inspect or receive copies of records.

Responses may be provided via e-mail, but requesters are required to provide their name, mailing address, preferred telephone number and, if they wish, e-mail address. Requests must be submitted in writing and may be mailed, e-mailed or faxed. Requesters should indicate whether they would like copies of the requested records or wish to examine the requested records in person.

Mailed Requests

Freedom of Information Act requests should be mailed to:

(Freedom of Information Officer - listed above)
c/o Lemont High School District 210
800 Porter Street
Lemont, IL 60439
Attn: FOIA Request

E-mailed Requests

Freedom of Information Act requests may be e-mailed to one of the school's Freedom of Information Act officers (listed above) by clicking on the individual's name. Requesters are asked to include "FOIA Request" in the subject line of the e-mail.

Faxed Requests

Freedom of Information Act requests may be faxed to the attention of one of the school's Freedom of Information Act officers (listed above) at (630) 257-7603.


The Illinois Freedom of Information Act requires agencies to respond within five working days of receipt of a request. A five-day extension is allowed with written notification to the requester.

If the requested records are 50 pages or fewer in length, the pages will be copied and provided to the requester. If the records exceed 50 pages, the requester will be informed of the duplication cost.

Duplication Costs

There is no charge for the duplication of public records (paper copy from paper or electronic source) of 50 pages or fewer. For records larger than 50 pages, 15 cents may be charged per page after the 50th page. Additionally, the district may charge the cost of the media for a copy of audio or video material.

Checks should be made payable to: "Lemont High School District 210." The district will collect fees before copies are made or sent to the requester.

Individuals are permitted to ask for a waiver of copying fees. To do so, requesters must include a specific explanation as to why their request is in the public interest and merits a waiver of duplication fees.

Appealing a FOIA Officer's Decision

In the event that part or all of a request is denied, requestors have the right to have the denial reviewed by the Public Access Counselor's Office of the Illinois Attorney General or by filing suit in circuit court.