Children need healthy meals to learn. Southfield Public Schools participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs and offers healthy meals every school day. Students may purchase lunch for $2.30 (elementary), $2.65 (middle school) and $2.75 (high school) and breakfast for $1.25. Reduced price lunch is 40 cents, breakfast is 30 cents and milk and juice is 50 cents. Students may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals with an approved application. You may apply for free or reduced price meals anytime during the school year. Please click on the links below for additional information and the application.
How to View Your Child's Lunch Account
MISTAR Parent Connect- For access, please contact your child's school to sign up. Access allows you to view your child's meal account, balances or negative balances and purchases.
Southfield Public Schools serves breakfast every school day. Please check with your child's school for times and locations.
View School Breakfast Flyer
View K-8 Weekly Breakfast Menu
View High School Weekly Breakfast Menu
Michigan Department of Education: Where Healthy Eating Becomes a Habit Info
*For students receiving free and reduced price meals, the grace period will end on Monday, October 10, 2017. All students who have not reapplied will be charged full price for meals. Applications are available in all school offices or you may apply online on the district website.
The Southfield Public Schools Food Service Department is operated by
Chartwells School Dining Services.
Chartwells School Dining Services
Southfield Public Schools Food Service
Martha Ritchie, RDN, Director
*REMINDER: THE GRACE PERIOD FOR RETURNING STUDENTS IS OCTOBER 14, 2016. PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT A NEW APPLICATION EACH SCHOOL YEAR.
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