Food Services

Food Services

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS FOR SY 2020-21

FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS FOR SY 2020-21

The District will continue to make food service accessible to all students in the District, regardless of the student’s learning model selection.  Lunch service will begin on August 31, 2020.  The Food Service Department kindly requests that families deposit lunch account funds and complete the Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application online, when possible. 

 

Lunch Availability, Ordering and Prices

Boxed lunches will be available for purchase to all students and staff. Students and staff can pre-order boxed lunches from the menus posted on the District website or from the Nutrislice app.  Lunch orders can be placed up to five days in advance.  The deadline for same-day orders is 7 a.m.  Milk will be included with each boxed lunch.  No other snacks or beverages will be available for purchase, including bottled water.  

Infinite Campus lunch accounts will be charged upon receipt of order.  Please continue to make lunch account deposits in Infinite Campus.

 

Lunch Prices SY 2020-21

Reduced-price lunch: $0.40

Students in grades K-6: $3.45

Students in grades 7-12:  $3.70

Staff/Adults:  $4.50

Milk:  $0.60

 

Lunch Distribution

For students physically attending class in the morning and staff, boxed lunches will be delivered before morning dismissal to the classroom specified when the lunch order is placed. 

 

For students physically attending class in the afternoon and students attending the virtual academy, boxed lunches will be delivered between 8:30 - 11 a.m. to the address specified when the lunch order is placed.   Afternoon students must consume lunches before boarding the school bus or before arriving at school if not using District transportation.

 

For students who will be at the school building all day, boxed lunches will be delivered to the cafeteria before morning dismissal.



 
Biography 
This is Marti's 11th year as the Food Service Supervisor.  She has been a Registered and Licensed Dietitian for 22 years.  Marti earned a BS in Business Administration from Miami University, Oxford, OH.   She completed her nutrition training at Loyola University, Chicago, IL and went on to earn a MS in Human Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.   Prior to coming to Chagrin Falls, Marti was a dietitian for LifeTime Fitness.  Her previous employment includes working as a wellness consultant for Oswald Companies in addition to consulting for a private pediatric practice and several nursing homes.
 

 
 
 

 

 

Contact Us

For questions regarding your child's lunch account, contact: 
Karey Bernotas, Food Service Assistant
440-247-5500 x4021
karey.bernotas@chagrinschools.org

For all other questions, contact:
Marti Jacobson, MS, RD, LD, Food Service Supervisor
440-247-5500 x4492
marti.jacobson@chagrinschools.org

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Announcement

In order to receive a lunch, all parents and students must pre-order from the online menu or from the Nutrislice app regardless of their response to the lunch question on the parent survey.

Lunch Menus

SY 2020-21 Free & Reduced-Price Meal Application

Food Allergies

Student Wellness

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