Food Service

Elementary Lunch Menu April/May

Elementary Lunch Menu March/April
Elementary Breakfast Menu


MS/HS Lunch Menu April/May

MS/HS Lunch Menu March/April

Middle/High School Breakfast Menu

Bloomingdale Public School Food Service Information for 2016 – 2017 School Year

Free Breakfast for All Bloomingdale Public School Students

All of Bloomingdale Public School Students will be allowed to receive a free reimbursable breakfast everyday prior to the start of school in their buildings cafeteria. Breakfast will be served from 7:35am – 7:55am every morning we have school. The elementary schools will have a hot breakfast options or a choice of cereal and crackers available every day, while the Middle School and High School will have hot breakfast available four days a week, fruit smoothies on Friday, or a choice of cereal or breakfast bar with crackers available every day. If you have any questions or would like a menu sent to your house please contact Food Service Director, Eric Meloche, at 269-521-3923. Menus are also available on the schools website under the foodservice link.

Lunch Menus

Lunch menus will be posted online at the school website under the foodservice link, or sent home with elementary students at the beginning of the school year. We have a lot of exciting new recipes and menu options coming out this year. All lunches include the main entrée, a choice of different fresh fruits and vegetables available on our food bar, there is always 5 or more choices of fruits and vegetables available daily for students to select, and a choice of chocolate or white milk. You can get all this for a great price. If you fill out a Free/Reduced Lunch application you could qualify for a free lunch everyday or a reduced lunch which is only $0.40 per day. Full cost lunches are $1.75 at the elementary schools, and $2.00 for Homestyle and Cardinal Grill, $2.75 for the Bloomingdale Pizzeria, and 2.85 for the Fresh Deli at the Middle and High Schools Cafeteria. We look forward to providing your students with a healthy and tasty lunch everyday.

Free/Reduced Lunch Applications

If you received a letter stating that you were qualified for free and reduced lunch already, then you do not need to do an application. If you received a letter that stated that you are qualified for free and reduced lunch, but all children in household were not listed please submit another application so we can match all students in the household together. The Free/Reduced Lunch Applications are available to be filled out online at www.lunchapp.com. These applications will be sent home with your student on the first day of school. If you applied last year for Free/Reduced Lunches you will need to reapply again this year all benefits from last year will expire after the first 30 school days. Only one application is needed per household, you do not need to send an application in with every student in your family. If you receive a letter approving you for Direct Certification to the program in August or September before you apply to the program then you will not need to fill out an application. Finally, all applications and people who qualified remain confidential. The application qualifies for the breakfast and lunch programs.

Online Deposits

We use www.sendmoneytoschool.com so parents who want to deposit money on their student’s lunch account from their computer have that option. All you need is to go to this website, and have a personal email address, plus your child’s Student ID number. The website will walk you through the process of setting up an account for your child, and it can be completed very quickly. Also this website will allow you to monitor your child’s lunch account from home. Please take advantage of www.sendmoneytoschool.com, if you have any questions please contact Eric Meloche at 269-521-3923.

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Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).

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Resources:
Food Service Education Elementary:

Middle School:

  • Activity Sheets to promote healthy eating for elementary and middle school students. Activity sheets in English and Spanish.
  • Take care of your health by understanding how to read labels, prepare foods, and eat healthy meals.  Great booklet for teenagers who care about their bodies.
  • Ninja Kitchen Game:  Fun interactive game on kitchen safety.
  • Amazing Food Detective Game:  Learn how to get what your body needs.

High School

  • Take care of your health by understanding how to read labels, prepare foods, and eat healthy meals.  Great booklet for teenagers who care about their bodies.

Family Education

  • Choose My Plate:  Learn how to prepare a healthy meal by selecting a variety of foods from different food groups.
  • Fun activities for adults and children to have a better understanding of nutritional education.