The District, through the food service management company, Aramark, offers a hot lunch meal program at all schools. Additionally, breakfast is offered for Shorewood Intermediate and Shorewood High School students.
COVID-19 FOOD SERVICE UPDATES
FREE District meal service will be provided through August 31, 2021.
Times: 7:30 - 9 a.m.
Location: Shorewood Intermediate School Front Circle (3830 N. Morris Blvd.)
Stop by four days per week to pick up free breakfast and lunch for that day. If the District is closed on a particular day (e.g., July 5 in observance of Fourth of July), there will be no food service that day, either. Any children ages 18-under are eligible to receive free school meals and the students don’t have to be present for families to pick up the meals. Should your family have extenuating circumstances and need to pick up meals at a different time than those listed above, please contact our Aramark Food Service Director, Beth Klebbe, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 331-210-8989.
FOOD SERVICE INFORMATION
Food Service Director
414-963-6914 or email@example.com
The Shorewood School District contracts with Aramark Food Services. A list of commonly asked food service questions can be found below.
How much is lunch/breakfast? How much is milk? Are there other items for sale?
Breakfast is not offered at Lake Bluff or Atwater Elementary Schools. Breakfast is offered at both SIS and SHS, and is $1.50 per meal. Lunch at SIS and SHS is $3.10 per meal. Lunch at both Atwater and Lake Bluff is $2.80 per meal. (At all schools, a reduced price lunch is $0.40. Reduced price breakfast is $0.30) A la carte options are also offered. (Prices and items offered a la carte vary.)
What is my student's lunch code?
Your student's lunch code will be provided by their teacher.
Does each of my students have his/her own account, or can I put money into one account for all my students to access?
Each student has his/her own account, but you can put money into any or all of them at once through the "Food Service" section of your Infinite Campus portal account.
Can I send in or bring in a check? Who do I make it out to? Where do I bring it?
Yes, you can bring in a check for your student's lunch account. Please make it out to Shorewood School District and write "Food Service" in the memo line. You can bring your check to your school's office, and they will forward it to the food service office. Please note: if you submit a check, it may take a few days for the funds to be credited to your student's account.
Do you accept credit cards? Cash?
Credit cards can be used to put money into your student's account through the "Food Service" section of your Infinite Campus portal account. Credit/debit cards cannot be used to pay for a lunch directly in the school lunch line. Cash can be used in the school lunch line, but if you are paying cash at Atwater, Lake Bluff, or SIS, you must have exact change.
Can I pay online or over the phone?
You can pay online through Infinite Campus. You cannot pay over the phone.
Does the money I put in show up right way in my lunch account so my student can eat today?
Yes, if you put money into your student's account online through Infinite Campus, it will show up right away. If you pay with a check, it may take a few days.
How can I find out if there is money left in my student's lunch account?
You can review the balance on Infinite Campus.
What happens when my student's account runs out of money? Will he/she go hungry? Will someone contact me?
If your student runs out of money, he/she will not go hungry. S/he will still be served a lunch. You should receive an alert through Infinite Campus when the balance is low.
Can I see my student purchases with his/her lunch account?
Yes, transactions will show in the "Food Service" section of your Infinite Campus portal account. You can contact our Food Service Director, Beth Klebbe, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I get financial assistance if I need it?
Free and reduced price meals are available for qualified families.
You will need to fill out and submit all three of the following forms EVERY SCHOOL YEAR. One set of forms must be completed for each household and returned to the Business Office or your school's main office. Applications may be submitted anytime during the school year.
Will the other kids know if my student receives free lunch? I am afraid it will be embarrassing.
No. It is confidential information. Your student will receive the same lunch as the other students, so there will be no way to tell.
I applied for free or reduced lunch. When will I know I have qualified (and at what level of assistance)? Who can I ask?
It should only take a few weeks for your application to be processed. If you still have not received a response after three weeks, please contact our Food Service Director, Beth Klebbe, at 414-963-6914 or email@example.com.
Where can I find the nutritional analysis for lunch items?
Nutritional analysis will be made available soon.