• Food Services



    Kelly Bolton - Food Service Director
    829 S. Union Street
    Grass Lake, Michigan 49240
    Kelly Bolton

    Welcome to the web page of the Grass Lake Community Schools Food Services Department. Included on this page is information about menus and other programs that are being offered. Each of our school buildings house their own kitchens and cook staffs that prepare and serve breakfasts and lunches for all students wanting either, or both. Please call us if you ever have questions, comments, or suggestions.

    District Food Service Department Non-Discrimination Policy: The U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department.  (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.). Any questions concerning discrimination should be directed to the Superintendent’s Office, Grass Lake Community Schools, 899 South Union Street, Grass Lake, MI 49240, or phone (517) 867-5540. Grass Lake Community Schools is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

    The Grass Lake Community Schools Board of Education recognizes that good nutrition and regular physical activity affect the health and well-being of the District’s students.  Therefore, the board has instituted Grass Lake Community Schools Policy 8510 as our Wellness Policy to set goals in an effort to enable students to establish good health and nutrition habits. To view GLCS Board Policy 8510, go to https://bit.ly/2zJeC1T.

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From the Desk of Grass Lake Community Schools Food Services Director Kelly Bolton

  • Thursday, February 20, 2020

    Important News from the Kitchens at Grass Lake Community Schools.......................

    Tomorrow Friday February 21st, 2020 we will be serving chicken pot pies at our Elementary School and at our Middle and High Schools, we will have Rotini Spaghetti with Garlic Toast or Cheesy Bread Breadsticks. What is your student's favorite lunch? We like to make changes to our lunch menu to make it fresh and exciting for our students to eat with us at Grass Lake Community Schools!

    We wanted to share some facts with our parents and caregivers about how important it is for students to get a full nutritious lunch and breakfast when going to school. Relieve your stress and let your students eat lunch and breakfast at school. It's DELICIOUS, ECONOMICAL, AND WE HAVE ALL THE HEALTHY OPTIONS WITH EVERY MEAL!

    No Kid Hungry Chronic Absenteeism Report -
    Nearly 8 million students a year are considered “chronically absent,” meaning they miss at least three weeks of school per year. School officials around the nation are focused on finding ways to reduce this number. Many schools, however, already have an effective, powerful tool at their disposal – school breakfast. A new study conducted on behalf of No Kid Hungry by researchers from the University of California Santa Barbara, found:
    "Serving breakfast as part of the school day can reduce chronic absenteeism by an average of 6 percentage points. For context, holding all other factors constant, a school where 22% of students are chronically absent (the average in the schools studied) could see that drop to 16% after implementing "Breakfast After the Bell"."
    And while the focus of the study was absenteeism, exploratory analysis also found that "Breakfast After the Bell" led to improvements in reading achievement and “internalizing behaviors,” such as anxiety, loneliness, and sadness among students. Serving breakfast as a part of the school day is an effective way to fight hunger and ensure that all students start the day with the morning nutrition they need for focus, health, and emotional wellness. Studies like this will continue to help us reach more schools and policy makers with the measurable effects of this important meal.

    You can send in a check or cash in a sealed envelope with the student's full name and grade clearly written on the envelope. You can also pay online with check or credit card at Payschools on our school website under the food service tab, you will be charged a $2.50 convenience fee for this service.

    Please contact me if you have any questions.

    Kelly Bolton
    Food Service Director
    Grass Lake Schools