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Welcome Back to the
Food for Thought Lunch Program!
The Past: Last year, COVID-19 put an abrupt halt to our usual program as the kitchen staff pivoted to offering ‘emergency’ sack lunches for all children on our island. We are excited to return to serving lunches IN our school’s cafeterias.
The Present: We return to the buildings and the cafeterias for meal service this year! Due to a nationwide product shortage, the offerings may be different than our typical in-person fare, and menus are subject to change drastically on short notice. But, GREAT NEWS, all of our enrolled students qualify for FREE meals (this year only). More info is found here.
The Future: We hope that the national product and driver shortage will subside in the near future and our menus can offer more variety and increased from-scratch meals. Thanks for your patience as we navigate complicated vendor relationships and shipping logistics.
Here is a glance at what this year’s service looks like. More information can be found in the links in the sidebar.
Lunch Menu: The menu will be released on a weekly basis. There will be one entree option for lunch, but this option is subject to change due to product/delivery disruptions. We will do our best to notify you as soon as we are aware of a change on our MENU PAGE. We are excited about the return of our salad bars packed with fresh fruit and vegetables!
Breakfast Menu: Breakfast service will begin on the first day of school Thursday, September 2nd. Breakfast is available from the time the school’s doors open until the first bell. We will start the year with a cold breakfast option (yogurt, granola bar/cereal, fruit and milk) at the Elementary, Middle and High Schools. The offering of hot breakfast items will be reevaluated as product and staffing become available. We will announce changes as soon as possible on the MENU PAGE.
Meal Prices: Meals are available at no cost to STUDENTS ATTENDING the Elementary, Middle or High School for this school year only. We are unable to extend our meals to siblings, parents/guardians or guests at this time. Enrolled students are limited to one breakfast & one lunch each day they are present at school.
Free & Reduced Price Applications: Please fill out the free and reduced-price application and submit ASAP. Though the meals are free for THIS SCHOOL YEAR ONLY, you may qualify for discounts, scholarships and more. Also, much of the district’s funding is tied to these applications. For more information contact Al Torres or Jeanna Rheinberger.
Dietary Requests: Due to lack of available product and program restrictions, special requests must be related to a medical/allergy issue. Please work with the school nurse, Maurine Clark, for any specific dietary restrictions. Vegetarian/meatless options may or may not be available due to product shortages.
Staff & Student Safety: Staff and student health and safety are paramount and ALL CDC, local and state guidelines are followed with fidelity. For details on a specific school’s social distancing practice during mealtimes, please contact the school principal: Elementary Holly Wehner, Middle & High School Martin Yablonovsky.
Disclaimer: Menu items may be altered or substituted without prior notification due to supply and demand nationwide.
Service Days: Meals are available for every day that school is in session (EXCLUDING half days where only breakfast is served). Please contact the Food Bank for food assistance on weekends, holidays, and breaks.
STAFF & CONTACT INFO
Direct line to the kitchen: 360-370-7106
Food Service Director, Food for Thought Program Director:
Executive Chef; Food for Thought Program:
Sous Chef; Food for Thought Program:
Cook; Elementary Kitchen Manager; Food for Thought Program:
Utility; Dishwashing; Food for Thought Program:
Assistant Cook; Student Store; Food for Thought Program:
Utility; Point of Sale; Food for Thought Program:
Student Accounts; Food for Thought Program:
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