The Crestwood School District Presents:
FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH
For All Students!
Our district is committed to providing every student with the tools they need to succeed, including nutritious meals they can enjoy.
Starting the 2019-20 school year, we have been approved for the Community Eligibility Provision, a meal program option offered by the United States Agricultural Department (USDA) that allows us to serve school breakfast and lunch at no charge to all enrolled students, regardless of financial condition.
Help us ensure our meal program is a success!
Remind and encourage your child to take advantage of this opportunity and grab a school breakfast and lunch every single school day.
Parent may be asked to complete a Household Information Survey for Title 1 and 31a Benefits. Failure to complete the survey will take away from educational programs. Surveys will be sent home the first week of school. Please return the completed survey to you child’s school asap, one survey per family.
Breakfast is Served!
A healthy breakfast is available at all Crestwood Schools before the start of the school day. The meal offers grains, protein, milk, fruits & vegetables daily to all students. Plan on getting to school early and joining us for breakfast!
Free Meals and Ala Carte Purchases
For the 2019-2020 school year, all students can receive 1 free breakfast and 1 free lunch meal daily. Students will still be able to bring a lunch from home if they choose. Milk can be purchased to go along with their bag lunch, the cost is $0.50. To receive free milk, students must take entire school lunch. Extra entrees and ala carte items can be purchased with cash or if the student has money in their lunch account. Parents can put money in their student's account electronically using MyPaymentsPlus. Visit www.Mypaymentsplus.com, follow the on-screen instructions to create an account. You must have your student's ID number to set up the account. No charging will be allowed for any ala carte items including extra entrees.
Crestwood food service allows students "second and more" helpings of fresh fruits and vegetables. If your student is still hungry after a serving of bread, protein, fruit, vegetable and milk they can receive additional helpings of fresh fruits and vegetables, free! You can find nutrition Information from USDA on school meals here: http://www.fns.usda.gov/fns/ including the "My Plate" project where students can learn about balancing calories, colors and portion sizes to fit their nutritional needs.
Students can achieve their best performance by combining good nutrition with physical activity. Two of the most Important factors that lead to a healthy lifestyle are choosing a healthy diet and being physically fit. When your student's nutritional needs are met it is easier to focus and learn. When they are physically fit they are more alert, more positive and enjoy a better quality of life.
The Crestwood Food Service Department is hiring lunch monitors for 2019-2020 school year.
We are in need of individuals who are helpful and cheerful to monitor students.
The hours are during lunch from 11:15-1:15pm, at Hillcrest, Highview, and Kinloch Elementary, and Riverside Middle School at 10:00-1:00pm. Pay is $9.45 per hour.
If interested please contact Sanaa Saeed at firstname.lastname@example.org or (313) 274-3718.
Come join our team!
Summer Food Service Program, Free Summer Meals
Click here for the Michigan Department of Education’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) site locator. http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/schoolnutrition/ The SFSP was created to ensure that children in lower-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations, when they do not have access to the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs. Use the SFSP site locator to find a SFSP site near you.
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