Breakfast & Lunch Menus
Join us for Breakfast at School
If your family is experiencing financial difficulties or have added members to the household, we urge you to apply or reapply for the free and reduced meals program. Application forms, instructions and the income scale for free and reduced breakfast and lunch are available at each school building office, the food service office or they can be downloaded from the school web site under the food service tab. In most cases foster, runaway and migrant children qualify for meals regardless of the household income. All applications are strictly confidential. For questions concerning your child's meal status, please contact the food service office at 749-4281 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
District Wellness Committee
Olivet Community Schools Wellness Policy
The 2010 Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act requires school districts to strengthen the requirements for healthy environments and add public participation, transparency and implementation to the policy. The policy is administered by the District Wellness Committee.
Food That’s In When School Is Out in Olivet
Meals are served at Fern Persons Elementary cafeteria, 4425 W. Butterfield Hwy, Olivet. Lunch time is 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and snack is 9:15 to 9:30 a.m. Monday through Friday August 3 - 21st. Meals will follow the state lunch regulations and will be consumed at the site. Adult lunches cost $3. Call the food service office 269-749-4281 for additional information.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
To check Student Food Service Account balances
Fern Persons Elementary School
· Deposits may be made to the classroom teacher or to the Food Service cashier in an envelope clearly marked with child’s name and the amount of the deposit
Olivet Middle & Olivet High School
· Deposits may be made by the students to any cashier in the Cafe' by filling out the envelope provided with their name and the amount of the deposit. This can be done at breakfast or lunch.
· Families can send one check for multiple children (at all schools) just by putting the names and amounts on the envelope with the $ total.
Food Service Charge Policy
The Olivet Community Schools Food Service Department wishes to be responsible, consistent stewards of the breakfast and lunch programs and the monies collected for such. We ask our students and their parents to be respectful and thoughtful in keeping food account balances current.
The program will decline to sell "ala Carte" items to students with negative balances. Students who reach a $5 negative balance will be offered peanut butter and jelly and asked to bring their account current.