Cafeteria Program

bA FREE breakfast and FREE hot lunch is provided to ALL students at Heritage Academy each school day. Heritage Academy does participate in the National School Lunch Program. It provides nutritionally balanced breakfasts and lunches to children each school day.

Research shows that school meals are healthy meals! According to a Michigan University study, compared to typical lunches brought from home, school lunches provide more vitamins, calcium, iron, zinc, protein and fiber. Typically, school lunches also have twice as much fruit and seven times the amount of vegetables as typical lunches brought from home

Breakfast at School 

Breakfast is served to all students who desire to eat at school and offers items such as cereal, eggs, sausage, fruit, milk, and more.

At Heritage Academy, we believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day! This is why all our students eat breakfast together in the cafeteria as a class each morning. Please encourage your child to eat breakfast with their class! This helps build good eating habits, fosters a sense of community and ensures that each child is properly fueled for a day full of learning!

Breakfast is FREE for all students!

Lunch at School

What's for lunch? A variety of nutritious and delicious meals are served that are sure to please kids! Tasty choices like Chicken Nuggets, Pizza, and Deli Sandwiches, homemade whole wheat rolls and bread, with fresh fruit and salad can be found on the menu. During the school year you can download the monthly menu here! Lunch is free for all students!

Parents are encouraged to join their students for breakfast and/or lunch. Adult and non-student breakfast costs $2.50 and lunch costs $5.00.

You may view or download the Lunch Procedure Policy by clicking HERE.

Download the Current Breakfast menu HERE

Download the Current Lunch Menu HERE

Wellness Program Link

School Lunch

 

Civil Rights Statement

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