Student ID cards

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Student ID cards have been distributed. All students at Green Bay High School who had their photo taken have now received their Student ID card.

In order to be eligible for a child/student fare, students must present it on request when using public transport. Students (up to 19 years of age) are eligible for HOP child fares if they have a secondary student concession loaded on their AT HOP card. Click here for more information.

Each student ID card has a magnetic strip, preloaded with a unique student ID number. This allows students to borrow books from the school library. Students can also use their ID card to print assignments or school work from the library photocopier. A Monitor Box is located in the library – simply drop in your coins to load credit on to your card. Students can also check their available printing credit by swiping their ID card on the Monitor Box.
School library printing costs: A4 black: 10 cents, A4 colour: 40 cents, A3 black: 20 cents, A3 colour: 80 cents.

My child did not get an ID card – what should they do? ‘Catch-up’ photos are taken each day, at morning interval, for students who still need to have their ID photo taken. An ID card will then be ordered.

My child has lost their ID card – what should they do? Replacement cards can be ordered throughout the year at the school Accounts office. Each replacement card costs $10.

How much do the ID cards cost? ID cards cost $5 if paid before the 31 March, after this date the cost will be $10. Payments can be made at the school Accounts office (8am – 4pm). Online banking is also available, our account number is 12-3034-0840634-00. Please use your child’s student ID number (found on the front of the ID card, and also on the Parent Portal) as a reference when making a payment.