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DEPOSIT FUNDS FOR BREAKFAST & LUNCH IN THE PARENT PORTAL

(One Account for all Family Members, the same balance shows for all)

School District 143 meets all federal nutrition standards for school meals. Our goal is to ensure students are provided healthy and well-balanced meals in an effort to assist students in succeeding at school.

School meals offer students milk, fruits, vegetables, proteins, and grains. School meals must meet strict limits on calories, saturated fat and trans fat. Meals are required to meet guidelines that follow the National School Meal Program:

•  Age-appropriate calorie limits

•  Daily servings of vegetables and fruits (students must choose at least one serving (lunch)

•  A wide variety of vegetables, including dark green and red/orange vegetables and legumes (lunch)

•  Fat-free or 1% milk (flavored milk must be fat-free)

•  At least 8O% of grains come from whole grain sources

•  Zero grams of Trans fat

•  Reduced sodium

Along with our partner in nutrition, Preferred Meals, we are always working to make improvements to the school meal program.  We are pleased to announce that now families can access their child's menu and nutritional information online.  A special feature allows parents to see the nutritional content of the menu items by simply positioning the cursor over the item.  Families may also print monthly menus and nutritional information directly from the website.  And for today's on-the-go families, the mobile version is easily accessible from your smart phone.

Meal information is available by clicking the links below:

Central Park School

Kolmar School

Springfield School

Spaulding School

Milk

The Milk Fee for the entire school year is $30 per student for low fat 1% white milk or fat free chocolate milk.

Free/Reduced

Information regarding eligibility for free or reduced cost lunches is available at the schools.