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Pre-K thru 8th Registar at 618-332-4779

9-12th Registrar at 618-332-4706

Posted 6/30/20



2020 - 2021 Stakeholder Communication

Memo #2

June 29, 2020


On June 24, 2020, ISBE released guidance to school districts regarding the transition back to school for the 2020-2021 school year. On June 26, Cahokia #187 conducted a transition meeting inclusive of district leaders, campus leaders, and staff. The group reviewed the guidance document and determined to subdivide into three working groups - instruction, health and wellness, operations and facilities.  Both the whole group and three working groups are meeting again July 1 and 2 to continue planning.


Below are components of the guidance that are applicable to everyone and can be expected to be implemented next school year. Please review so all staff, students, and stakeholders are aware of required expectations in a timely manner. 


  • All staff and students must wear masks / shields at all times at school and on the bus.

  • Body temperature checks will be administered daily to all staff and students.

  • Access to campus will be limited. All individuals that come to campus will be required to wear a face covering and complete a temperature screening.

  • Modifications to bus routes and capacities will be implemented to comply with guidance.

  • Modifications to food service will be implemented to comply with guidance.

  • No more than 50 people will be allowed in one space at a time.

  • We encourage all parents to complete the district survey when disseminated.

We will continue to communicate as more plans are finalized. Thanks for your attention to these updates.

Posted 6/29/20

June 1 - July 16, 2020

Tuesdays and Thursdays


Cahokia High School - Pick up at 9th Grade entrance

800 Range Lane

9:30 am - 11:30 am


Estelle Sauget School of Choice - Pick up in the back

1700 Jerome Lane

9:30 am - 11:30 am

Posted 6/29/20

2020-2021 School Year Transition On June 23, 2020, the Illinois State Board of Education released guidance for schools on the 2020-2021 school year. Districts are appreciative of the guidance as it will be helpful to our planning regarding expectations for multiple areas - social distancing, food service, transportation, scheduling, student engagement, etc. Though this document provides significant information, many questions remain for districts and families. Since districts were provided this information at the same time as families, we ask for your patience as staff review the detailed guidance to guide recommendations and district transition back to school. We understand the urgency for communication to all stakeholders, but we need to remain diligent and thoughtful for the safety and well-being of all students and staff. Thanks for your understanding. We will continue to provide additional information as we move towards the 2020-2021 school year.

Posted 6/25/20

Ameren Illinois is expanding the Economic Hardship Recovery Program for families facing financial hardships. Please click here to visit Ameren’s website to learn more about the program and explore payment options. Here is a related St. Louis American article announcing the expansion.


Key provisions woven into the Ameren Illinois COVID-19 Hardship Recovery program include:


External Funding

LIHEAP – energy assistance from the State of Illinois for households with incomes at or below 150% of the federal poverty level. Details at HelpIllinoisFamilies.comThis link contains additional resources (e.g. rental assistance, food, temporary shelter, employment, etc.)


Warm Neighbors Cool Friends – customers not eligible for LIHEAP may qualify for a grant from this non-profit organization. Eligibility is based on household size and 30-days household income at or below 300% of the federal poverty level. Find an agency at


Ameren Illinois' Fresh Start Program

Bill Payment Assistance – Ameren Illinois will allocate up to $8 million to help qualified residential customers to pay down an existing account balance. Award amounts will be determined by income, household size, and amount owed, with a maximum of $700 applied to a customer's account. Program will be available in July.


Extended Payment Agreements – Customers who still have a balance remaining after all applicable energy assistance has been applied can establish an extended payment schedule. Repayment terms may be extended up to 24 months. Call 800.755.5000 for details.

Posted 6/23/20

Mobile Market - June 22, 2020

10 a.m. - 11:30 a.

St. John Missionary Baptist Church

4264 Piggott Ave. 

Centreville, IL 62207

Posted 6/18/20



Cahokia Social Work - Youtube

Posted 5/28/20

School for tomorrow, Friday, August 30 is cancelled.


The 7 pm home football game will occur; however, water fountains will not be operational. Beverages will need to be purchased in the concession stand.

Posted 8/28/19