Student Resource Scheme (SRS)
There are many costs associated with providing the quality educational opportunities all students deserve. In 2020 Isabella State School will once again be offering parents a Student Resource Scheme (SRS). The SRS is organised by the school; operates under the policy and guidelines of the Department of Education and Training (DET); is approved annually and endorsed by the P&C Association.
Please complete the Participation agreement (PDF, 616 KB) to formalise your participation in the scheme and to advise of your payment intentions.
Parents will not need to sign SRS participation agreement form each year. The participation agreement form allows parents to participate in the SRS for the whole of their child’s enrolment at the school. Parents only need to complete a new participation agreement form if they change their mind about participating in the SRS in any year. A new price list will be issued each year. Parents who choose not to participate in the SRS are responsible for providing their child with all items that would otherwise be provided by the SRS.
Should you be experiencing financial difficulties please contact the business manager or principal to discuss your payment options.
Excursion prices are set according to a cost recovery basis only. Schools are not allocated funding for excursions teachers must submit costing plans proving that all expenses for proposed excursions will be met before proceeding.
Instrumental Music Program
For students enrolled in our music program there is a levy payable plus a hire fee (if students are using one of our instruments).
Fees are extremely reasonable for access to a professional music tutor.
Are a yearly voluntary contribution per family. The offer to contribute will be sent to each family in term 2 each year.
A big thank you to our families who contribute
Payment of student accounts:
Payments may be made via:
Payments can be made at the office until 3:15pm daily.
Part payments of accounts and invoices is always available.
It is very important for all students that school debts are paid as these are monies that our school is expecting that we have already planned or expended. Schools receive limited funding from the government and our hard working P&C’s. Funds are used to benefit all students. Budgets are tight and schools account for every dollar collected and expended. School debts affect all students as it restricts what we may do to support student learning.