FOIA Requests

Minooka Community High School District #111 is committed to two-way, open and transparent public communications through many means, including the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

What is the Freedom of Information Act?

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a state statute that provides the public the right to access government documents and records (5 ILCS 140/6).

Submitting a FOIA Request

All FOIA requests must be made in writing via email, fax, or U.S. mail. To request public records, documents, and information from Minooka Community High School District #111 through FOIA, please contact MCHS District #111 Director of Community Relations and FOIA Officer, Aubrey Knight, or Assistant Superintendent of Business and General Counsel, John Troy. FOIA requests can be:

  • emailed to Aubrey Knight at [email protected] or John Troy at [email protected]
  • faxed to (815)-467-2431
  • mailed to the Director of Community Relations at the MCHS District #111 Administrative Center, which is located at 26655 W. Eames Street, Channahon, IL 60410

MCHS District #111 will respond to all FOIA requests within the time required by law. A fee for copying may be charged as allowed by law.

Time Frame

Once a FOIA request is received, the public body is allowed 5 business days (21 days for commercial requests) to provide a response to the request. In some cases, an extension of time will be allowed.


Information may be reviewed or a request for copies may be made. If copies are requested, the first 50 pages of black and white copies which are letter-sized or legal sized are free of charge. The charge for color copies or copies of documents which are not letter-sized or legal sized shall be based upon the actual cost of reproduction.

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