Bloomingdale Public School Food Service Information for 2020 - 2021 School Year
Free Breakfast and Lunch for All Bloomingdale Public School Students
Bloomingdale Public Schools will be offering FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH this year to all students. Every student will be allowed to receive one reimbursable breakfast which includes a milk, fruit, and choice of entrée. The students will be allowed to receive one reimbursable lunch which includes a milk, fruit, vegetable, and choice of entrée. If a student only wants a milk they would have to pay the $0.50 for the milk. Any extra items or ala carte items will have to be purchased and the students will need to have money on their lunch account or cash to make these purchases. We will not be allowing charging for extra items.
Bloomingdale Public Schools Food Service is working hard to provide a clean and safe environment to provide your students with a healthy lunch options they would enjoy. We are following the CDC guidelines in our kitchens and in the way we will serve students. We look forward to being allowed to feed your students this school year.
We will be providing students with breakfast in the classroom this school year. All students will have an opportunity to receive a free breakfast at the beginning of the school day in their classroom. Remember breakfast is free for all Bloomingdale students, and they will have time during first hour to eat their meal.
Remote Learning Students and Community and Friday all Students
All children 18 and under will have an opportunity to order a sack breakfast and hot lunch daily from Bloomingdale Public Schools. Pick up location and times are listed below.
Bloomingdale residents of Elementary, Middle and High School students can pick meals up at the front of the Middle School: Monday – Friday from 10:00am – 10:30am.
Pullman residents of Elementary, Middle and High School students can pick meals up at the side food service door at Pullman Elementary School: Monday – Friday from 11:45am – 12:15pm.
Meals can be picked up by a parents, neighbor, or students. It just needs to be for a child that is 18 and under.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Eric Meloche, Food Service Director 269-521-3923 This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Fun Food Resources
Food Service Education Elementary:
- Blast off Game: Let your kids have fun learning about the types of foods their body needs.
- Nutritional Games from the Dairy Council of California:Another fun way for students to learn to eat healthy.
- Activity Sheets to promote healthy eating for elementary and middle school students. Activity sheets in English and Spanish.
- PBS Arthur’s Lunch-O-Matic Game
- Matching Game learning about fruits and vegetables. Preschool – Kindergarten.
- Activity Sheetsto promote healthy eating for elementary and middle school students. Activity sheets in English and Spanish.
- Take care of your health by understanding how to read labels, prepare foods, and eat healthy meals. Great booklet for teenagers who care about their bodies.
- Ninja Kitchen Game: Fun interactive game on kitchen safety.
- Amazing Food Detective Game: Learn how to get what your body needs.
- Take care of your health by understanding how to read labels, prepare foods, and eat healthy meals. Great bookletfor teenagers who care about their bodies.