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Food Services

We recognize that nutrition impacts classroom performance, so we have designed our menus and food preparation to provide excellent nutrition and teach health wellness. We prepare our lunch menus to provide both appeal and proper nutrition to our students.

Food Services Staff

Please feel free to contact the Food Service Department at (231) 834.5888 between 6:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. with any questions. View the Administration & Staff page to find contact information for our Food Service staff.

Breakfast at Grant

All students may eat breakfast at school free of charge. Kindergarten through fourth grade students pick up a sack breakfast to take to their classroom, and middle and high school students may go to the cafeteria if they choose to eat breakfast at school.

Healthy Choices—Our Menu

The variety of our menus ensures that our students get all of the necessary nutrients associated with good health, clear thinking, and a balanced diet. We teach the importance of nutritious meals while encouraging good eating habits. We also encourage parents to help their children eat healthy, nutritious foods both at school and at home. 

Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)

We are happy to be participating in a new option available to schools as part of the National School Lunch Program called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the school year 2018–19. The great news is that all students enrolled at our school are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at school. There will be no charge to your household each day of the 2018–19 school year.

We ask that all households fill out and sign the household information survey, which we need for administrative purposes, not to determine eligibility. This survey allows our school to benefit from various state and federal supplemental programs like Title lA, At Risk(31a), Title llA, E-Rate, etc. Each household must complete this form; one per household annually. 

We still have ala carte items available at the middle school and high school. Milk and juice is also available as an ala carte item for the cost of .40 cents each at all buildings. A “reimbursable meal”, is what is available for free. At lunch this is a meal that consists of a minimum of three components, and one of those components must be a full serving of fruit or vegetable. We will charge all other individual items requested as ala carte items to your students account. 

Students must have money in their account to "purchase” ala carte items. We don’t belong to a free milk program when it is separate from the reimbursable meal. SendMoneyToSchool is the website we use. If you don’t have an account with them it is very easy to obtain and use. You will need to know your child’s student ID number for their information. There is a fee of $1.50 per deposit transaction. All other information and transactions are free. Feel free to call the food service department at any time if you have questions.