To see whats for lunch this month on your computer select a school building and click on dining.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO FILL OUT YOUR NEW MEAL APPLICATION FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR. IT ONLY TAKES A FEW MINUTES TO FILL OUT AND SEE IF YOUR FAMILY QUALIFIES. ALL PREVIOUS BENEFITS FROM 2017-2018 WILL EXPIRE ON OCTOBER 11th, 2018. IF YOU RECEIVE A LETTER FROM FOOD SERVICE WITH AN UPDATED STATUS SAYING YOU QUALIFY FOR BENEFITS YOU DO NOT NEED TO FILL OUT A NEW APP. YOU MAY CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION OR APP'S CAN BE FOUND AT LunchApp.com , IN ALL WELCOME BACK PACKETS, AND IN ANY SCHOOL OFFICE. THANK YOU.
Due to the Healthy Hunger-Free Act of 2010 the National School Lunch Program has mandated several changes to school menus. We have implemented them and will continue to do so every year. This is intended to educate children for healthier eating habits and help to control childhood obesity issues. Some of these changes include more fruits and vegetables, whole grain products, lower sodium, no trans fats, and calorie and saturated fat maximums per age level. We are an offer vs serve lunch program at all four schools.
We have a NO CHARGING policy for meals. We understand the occasional forgotten lunch money or packed lunch but we expect the student to pay back their charge in full the following day. We have a 3 day charge limit in force this year. If the student fails to pay their charges within this time frame they may be offered an alternative meal and charged for it until their negative balance is rectified. If your family is having a hardship please contact me directly to make arrangements. Please ensure that your student always has money on their account.
Christine Tomasek-Food Service Director & Hemlock Food Service
Christine Tomasek Food Service Director
Hemlock Public Schools
PO BOX 260
525 N. Maple Street
Hemlock, MI 48626
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