Breakfast will be a “grab & go” boxed/bagged option available daily during arrival. Students will pick up their meals via hallway kiosks and then make their way to their classroom. There will be two kiosks in each building and will be placed conveniently for students entering the building. In the elementary school kiosks will be located in front of the auditorium and in the main hallway near kindergarten classrooms. Kiosks in the middle high school will be located in front of the auditorium and near the concession stand. Breakfast will be consumed in classrooms. UPK breakfast will be delivered to the classroom as was done in past years.

    A list of students with allergies will be at each kiosk along with pictures. Students will be asked their name to ensure they receive an “ALLERGEN FREE” breakfast if necessary. The allergen free breakfast option will be safe for all students with allergies. 

    Lunch will be a boxed/bagged meal with three options (hot, cold, PBJ) along with a milk choice (chocolate or white). Lunch will be available via pre-order district wide. The procedure for pre-ordering differs by school. Although lunch is pre-ordered, the cafeteria will always have extra meals available for students who forget to order or arrive later than the late meal cut off time. Please note : there will be no a la carte items (snacks, drinks) or double lunches available for purchase for the first 10 weeks. We will evaluate at that time if these items can be re-introduced. Elementary : A Google Sheet will be shared by grade level, listing teachers, rooms, and class rosters. Teachers will tally students’ orders via this Google Sheet. The cut off time for ordering is 8:30. MHS : A Google Form will be emailed to students daily for lunch ordering. The students’ responses will be populated into a spreadsheet for Food Service staff. The cutoff for ordering will be the end of first period. Late Students : Students arriving late will be able to place a lunch order before 10 AM with the front desk in each building. The front desk will then communicate with the kitchen any extra orders (if any) via phone call. 

    In the Elementary School Google Sheet, students with allergies will be highlighted for easy viewing. Their allergy will also be listed. Three checks will be in place over the course of the ordering process. First, the staff member taking the order will see the allergy, next our Kitchen Manager will double check all ingredients of the meal to the allergy, and lastly the staff distributing the meal will, to the best of their knowledge, ensure an allergy ingredient isn’t present. Lunches for students with allergies will be labeled with the student names.

    In the MHS Google Form, a question is posed to students asking if they have an allergy. The allergy list (provided by the nurse)  will also be used to cross reference lunch orders and student allergies. Lunches for students with allergies will be labeled with the student names.

    The USDA has released a statement stating they are extending free meals (breakfast & lunch) until 12/31/2020 or until appropriated funds run out. The interpretation of this statement is breakfast and lunch will be free for all students that attend school virtually or in person. We are encouraging families to still complete their meal application and return to the Food Service office. In the event that funding runs out, we will return to our standard charging procedure.