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National School Lunch Program Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
Streator Elementary School District 44 has been approved for the CEP program through the National School Lunch Program. The district qualfies due to our high poverty rate of direct certification students. The impact on the breakfast and lunch program will be as follows:

-All Streator Elementary public school K-8 students will be eligible for free lunch and breakfast for the 2014-2015 school year.
-Students will still be able to choose hot lunch or to bring a cold lunch to school.
-Any extra milk or Ala Carte (NL only) will still require money in the lunch account.
-Fees will still need to be paid for book fees, band/chorus fees, uniform fees, etc., except for direct certification status, unless the parent feels they would qualify for free or reduced due to income or SNAP/TANF. An application will need to filled out for that purpose only.
-Household income applications will be available at registration.

School Supply Lists FY 15
Available under Parent Resources-Information Link

Summer Office Hours

Beginning Wednesday, June 18th

Elementary school secretaries do not work in the summer.

Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Friday- 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.



About 25 administrators, board members, teachers, parents, a student and retired staff from Streator Elementary District 44 and Streator High School traveled to Springfield on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 and met with legislators Sen. Sue Rezin, State Representative Frank Mautino, and State Senator Jason Barickman.  The group wanted to share their concerns and protested in front of the state capitol, demanding general state aid be paid at 100% and the state no longer delay categorical (special education and transportation) payments to the school district