Charlie's Tree House – Grades 4K to 5th
Breakfast is served in the cafe at the start of the day. Students place backpacks at a cafe table and then go to their designated breakfast serving line in the "tree house" cafe to choose which items they would like to eat. Students that finish breakfast before the start of the school day may go out to the playground after breakfast.
Lunch will have 2 options each day. A hot and a cold option. Lowfat chocolate milk will be available for lunch only.
Milk Break will be offered. Students that qualify for free and reduced meal benefits will have free access to a milk break. All other students are required to have funds in their meal accounts to purchase milk during the milk break. Meal and milk break funds are drawn from the same account. Account information can be accessed from the parent portal.
Club Charlie- Grades 6th to 8th
Breakfast is served at the start of the day from 7:30-7:40am, with students coming to the "club" cafe space to select and enjoy a continental breakfast each day.
Lunch will have at least 2 options daily. Lowfat chocolate milk will be available for lunch only. Students may purchase a second entree if funds are available in meal accounts. Students are responsible for checking their infinite campus accounts prior to making additional food purchases.
One extra entree may be purchased at lunch if funds are available in student meal accounts. Parents may put extra purchase blocks on student accounts by contacting the food service director.
Charlie's Food Court- Grades 9th to 12th
Breakfast will be available between 1st and 2nd periods. A choice of one hot item and assorted grab-go choices are offered daily. Limit one hot item per student. Students are allowed to purchase extra entrees if funds are available in their meal accounts. Students may check their meal account balances on their infinite campus home page. Cashiers do not have access to meal account balances. Cashiers do not have access to meal account balances.
Lunch has up to eight options daily. Students are responsible for checking their meal account funds prior to taking items from the serving line. Account information can be found on their infinite campus home page. If a student does not have funds to purchase and it is not possible to return the food item for food safety reasons, the student is responsible to pay for the food taken. Cashiers do not have access to meal account balances.
Account Blocks may be placed on student meal accounts by contacting the food service director. Blocks are placed on student accounts if they exceed a set level of account debt. Fiscal responsibility is a valuable life skill and we understand this is not always an easy skill to master. If you have any concerns, please reach out and we can work together to develop a solution. Parents may place blocks on accounts by contacting the food service director.
Extra Entree Purchases are limited to one extra first time through. After the main rush of serving is over, students are welcome to return to purchase more extra entrees. Additional fees apply to purchasing extra fruit and vegetables.
Breakfast encourages Students to Thrive! Students who qualify for free or reduced-price school lunch also qualify for free or reduced-price breakfast. Making sure our students have a strong start to their day is one of the most important things we can do for them. Eating breakfast helps students succeed in the classroom. Students who participate in school breakfast show improved attendance, behavior, and academic performance, as well as decreased tardiness.
Menu Subject to Change without Notice
Milk served daily - lowfat or fat free white; lunch only fat free chocolate
Portion servings according to grade level: Calories-k/cal- Daily
- K-5 between 550-650
- 6-8 between 600-700
- 9-12 between 750-850
Have questions or would like to be a member of the Community Food Council?
Contact Food Services Director.
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Lisa Blochwitz Director of Student Services (920) 623-5950 200 W. School Street Columbus WI 53925 email@example.com
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