Children who come to school hungry may find it difficult to stay alert and learn. The school breakfast program helps by providing children with a great start to their day. All students are invited to participate in the breakfast program. All Lakeshore schools are now serving breakfast. Students who ride the bus can go directly into the cafeteria for breakfast. Breakfast is served in the elementary at 7:55 A.M. and in the middle and high schools at 7:15 A.M. Cereal is available every day. Breakfast cost is $1.30 for elementary students and $1.50 for middle and high school students. Students receiving free or reduced lunch will also receive free or reduced ($.30) breakfast.
Elementary Meal Program
Please be sure your student’s lunch account is up to date. Low balance slips are automatically sent home when your student has money for two lunches or less. When a student’s account is negative, a slip is sent home every day. The amount is highlighted. If a child has a negative balance of $7.35(which is 3 lunches) or more they will receive a sun butter sandwich and milk or juice at the cost of $1.50. Please check with your child regularly to see if they are getting lunch slips to avoid any negative balances. Thank you very much for your consideration in this matter. Pam Greiffendorf Food Service Director 269-428-1400 x2965
With the frequency of more peanut allergies in all of the elementary schools our kitchens no longer prepare or serve anything with peanut butter. Students may still choose to bring peanut butter items in their own lunches so we will still have a peanut free table. Some students have air born allergies to peanuts and we are hopeful that by eliminating any open peanut butter in the kitchen students will feel safer when eating their meals. Another option for peanut butter is sun butter. We will be sharing some nutritional facts about soy butter and sun butter on menus in the future. Thank you for your understanding.
Lakeshore School’s Meal Program
The Lakeshore Food Service staff looks forward to providing you and your child
with a quality meal program.
Meal prices are as follows:
Elementary: Breakfast $1.30, Lunch $2.45
High School/Middle School: Breakfast $1.50, Lunch $2.65
Staff/Adults: Breakfast $2.00, Lunch $3.50
Reduced prices for all students: Breakfast $ .30, Lunch $ .40
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Free & Reduced Information
Children need healthy meals to learn. Lakeshore Public Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Students may buy lunch ($2.65-High School or Middle School) ($2.45-Elementary) and breakfast ($1.50-High School, $1.50-Middle School or $1.30-Elementary). Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. We sell reduced price lunches for $.40 and breakfasts for $.30.
Completed free and reduced lunch applications can be mailed to the address listed below and brought to your child’s school office before school begins or returned on first day of school. To print your application form please click here. (Free and Reduced Application Instructions) Additional applications are available in all school offices. You will be notified by mail of your status. All students who were on the free or reduced meals program this past school year will remain with the same status for the first 30 days or until a new application is returned. After 30 days students will be full pay until a new application is approved. Only one application per family is needed for all students. Other students cannot identify who is free or reduced.
If you have any questions, please call me at 428-1400, ext. 2965
Pam Greiffendorf, Food Service Director
Lakeshore Public Schools
5771 Cleveland Ave.
Stevensville, MI 49127
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