Sep 25, 2020
- 2020-2021 Reopening Plan
- CCSD21 Strategic Plan
- Staff Directory
School District 21 prides itself on its Professional Learning Community and its rich tradition of professional collaboration, high levels of professional development, and family-like atmosphere. If you see the opportunity to work with colleagues in making a difference in the lives of students and families in a truly diverse setting, School District 21 seeks your application.
As the 2020-2021 school year begins at a distance, we will have new options for CCSD21 students to access our food service program.
Meal distribution will continue daily under the rules and regulations of the Illinois State Board of Education and the United States Department of Agriculture. All CCSD21 students may receive a breakfast and/or lunch, either at full price, at a reduced price, or free.
Students eligible for free meals:
Students eligible for reduced-price meals:
All students, regardless of their qualification for a free, reduced-price, or paid meal will need to provide their name and student ID number to access meals.
Students accepted into the CCSD21 supervision program can receive breakfast and/or lunch at their assigned middle school supervision site.
All 13 CCSD21 school sites will offer “curbside” outdoor pick-up of breakfast and/or lunch meals on school days, between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM. Food service at CCSD21 schools begins on Thursday, August 20. The child does not need to be present at the CCSD21 school to pick up a meal(s), but the individual receiving the meal(s) must provide the student’s ID number.
Beginning Monday, August 31, bus routes will run through District 21 to make meals more accessible to CCSD21 families. Bus routes and estimated arrival times (within the 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM window) will be communicated to families in the coming days. The child does not need to be present at the bus stop to pick up a meal(s), but the individual receiving the meal(s) must provide the student’s ID number.
The cost of a full-price breakfast is $1.30 and a reduced-price breakfast is $0.30. The cost of a full-price lunch is $2.85 and a reduced-price lunch is $0.40. Funds can be added to a student’s MyMealtime account online or by bringing cash or a check to any school. Cash, check, or card payments will not be accepted at pick-up sites.
For more information, contact Cindy Kile, at [email protected] or 847-520-2706.