In addition to the regular two options on the menu, PB & J, and salad, the Elementary School (Grades 3-8) will be offering a different "bar" each day. The hope is students will find these additional choices an appetizing alternative if he/she does not like the regular options. The schedule for the "bars" is as follows:
Monday -Pizza Bar
- Homemade Round Pizzas with Cheese, Sausage, Pepperoni, or a combination
Tuesday - Taco Bar
- Beef Nachos & Cheese Sauce
- Beef Nachos & Queso Sauce
- Soft Beef Tacos
Wednesday - Chicken Bar
- Various types of chicken with sauce with Mozzarella Bosco Stick
Thursday -Pasta Bar
- Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce and Mozzarella Bosco Stick
- Spaghetti w/ Meatballs and Mozzarella Bosco Stick
- Chicken Alfredo and Mozzarella Bosco Stick
- Mac N Cheese and Mozzarella Bosco Stick
Friday - Burger Bar
- Hamburger with either:
- BBQ Bacon & Cheese
- Double Cheese
Lunch and Breakfast
Freeburg C.C.S.D. #70 offers breakfast and lunch choices to students. The district strives to promote healthy living by providing nutritious meals.
The cost for breakfast for all students is $1.50. The cost for lunch for students in Grades K - 2 is $2.00 and Grades 3 - 8 is $2.25.
The cost for a reduced lunch is $0.40.
For breakfast, in addition to an entree, the district offers toast/cinnamon toast or a choice of whole grain cereals. Breakfast also includes fruit or a choice of fruit juice and milk.
In addition to the regular Choice 1 or Choice 2 options for lunch, students can purchase a peanut butter and jelly sandwich or salad.
In addition, for students in Grades 3 - 8, the district offers an Ala Carte where various snacks and drinks may be purchased.
If you are in need of food now, call Illinois Hunger Coalition Hotline: 1-800-359-2163
IF YOUR CHILD NEEDS SUMMER FOOD
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) and Seamless Summer Option (SSO) are federal nutrition programs that provide free and nutritious meals to children 18 years old and younger. The summer nutrition programs are sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture and administered by the Illinois State Board of Education. The Illinois Hunger Coalition's Hunger Hotline (1-800-359-2163) serves as the statewide phone number for families to call to find a Summer Meals site near them.
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Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
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Free or Reduced Lunch Program
Freeburg C.C.S.D. #70 participates in the National School Lunch program to all eligible families the opportunity to apply for free or reduced lunch.
To determine if a family qualifies for free or reduced lunch, the application (found below) should be completed and sent to the district office. The office staff will process the application and notify the parent/guardian of the meal status decision (free, reduced or denied). Students cannot receive free or reduced meals until the parent or guardian has submitted an application.
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District Charging Policy
Freeburg CCSD #70 has a cafeteria charge policy. If at any time a student’s meal balance exceeds a negative $6.00, that student will no longer be able to purchase a lunch or breakfast. If a student exceeds this level, he/she will only be allowed to have a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich, ham/cheese, or turkey/cheese until all charges have been paid. At breakfast, students that exceed the above listed level will receive two pieces of toast until all charges have been paid. A la carte items are not allowed to be charged at any time.
The cashiers will send notices home with the students to help facilitate the process of collecting outstanding money. The cashiers will review the charges daily and alert the Principal of students with outstanding negative balances according to the above listed policy for the appropriate school level.