Mornings can be really crazy…the alarm doesn’t go off…the kids don’t want to get up…there is no time to eat breakfast before the bus comes…or they’re just not ready to eat! Or maybe your teenager grabs a soda and a candy bar on the way to school. If this sounds like your house in the morning, we can help. Breakfast is served at school every day school is in session!
Why choose School Breakfast?
School breakfast will give your child a healthy start to the day. Students who eat breakfast have better attention and memory (1), and studies show that eating breakfast at school results in higher test scores (2).
Breakfast at school is affordable!
If your student qualifies for a free or reduced price lunch, he/she also qualifies for a free or reduced price breakfast, with no additional paperwork. A reduced price breakfast is $.30 cents and a full price breakfast is only $1.40 for elementary students and $1.50 for middle and high school students. Breakfast selections include whole grain rich items, fresh or canned fruit, 100% fruit juice and low fat or fat free dairy products. You can’t find a healthy breakfast at such a low cost anywhere else.
Easier, Faster and More confidential than paper. Apply for meal benefits for your children. Lunchapp.com allows you to easily apply for meal benefits for your children. Lunchapp.com will walk you through the process in just a few minutes. Your completed application will be sent to the Food Service Department so your children can receive benefits quickly and confidentially.
Pay for Meals, Check Balances, View History, Transfer Money and so much more. Click Send Money To School to get started.
A whole new level of service for managing your money sent to school. To establish new accounts you will need your student's 6 digit ID number which you can be obtained from your child's building office. You will have the convenience of checking meal account balances, making deposits into those accounts and eventually depositing money into other department accounts.
The Food Service Department is always very active in preparing for the new school year. We realize nutritional healthy meals play an important role in the education of our students. Studies have proven children learn better with a nutritious meal in their system than those that are less fortunate. So with this in mind, we are anxious to introduce the Healthy Hungry Free Kids Act (HHFKA) passed as a law by congress. Students and parents can expect many benefits from healthier and more nutritious food in school. Click Smart Snacks for the USDA Smart Snacks in School Standards.
Special Dietary Needs
Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs in the School Nutrition Programs - The Michigan Department of Education has created a document outlining federal regulations for food substitutions. Please read this and direct any questions to the CSPS Food Service Director.
Request for Special Meals and/or Accommodations – must be completed by parent/guardian and signed by a Medical Authority. This form must be filled out annually and kept on file in your child’s school health office and the Food Service Department.
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Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
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