829 S. Union Street
Grass Lake, Michigan 49240
IMPORTANT NEWS... From the Kitchens at Grass Lake Community Schools.............
Hello to our Grass Lake Families.
We will be sending out low balance emails to students and adults to get negative balances paid. When our lunches became free last year during the shutdown, some accounts were left with a unpaid balance. We must get these accounts paid before the end of May.
If you find that you or your student has a negative balance, please pay this as soon as possible by sending a check or cash into your students' school office, or send payment with your student(s) to give to their teacher. If you have an account already set up with SchoolPay, then you could use this service if you choose. (NOTE: You will be charged a service fee for using this product. No change will be given, any funds left over will be added to the student's lunch account.
Grass Lake Schools will continue to provide free meals during the summer break (schedule will be coming out later this month.) Please make sure your balances are paid so we can continue to provide these free meals to the community.
Food Service Director
Grass Lake Schools
ATTENTION FAMILIES –
IMPORTANT FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH INFORMATION
(You may be surprised to learn that you qualify!)
Go to https://bit.ly/3BylqeE to learn about the “Seamless Summer Option” of free food distribution at Grass Lake Community Schools. To become eligible for this program, families must complete the Free and Reduced Lunch application, and we are asking families to complete and submit the LunchApp.com online application.
Go to https://bit.ly/2UysM1e to apply for lunch benefits for your children. LunchApp.com allows you to easily apply for meal benefits for your children. Click “Start An Application” and LunchApp.com will walk you through the process in just a few minutes.
Go to https://bit.ly/3eQ5cnl to access a confidential Free and Reduced Lunch application
Go to https://bit.ly/3eNPwkA to see income eligibility guidelines.
If you have further questions or need assistance, contact Grass Lake Community Schools Food Services Director Kelly Bolton at 517-867-5597.
ATTENTION FAMILIES IN NEED!
Apply for meal benefits for your children -
LunchApp.com allows you to easily apply for meal benefits for your children. Click "Start An Application" and LunchApp.com will walk you through the process in just a few minutes. Go to https://bit.ly/3kV5oDE for more information.
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
The State of Michigan offers "10 Cents a Meal" for all schools to serve healthy, local food, and our Grass Lake Community Schools Food Director Kelly Bolton is a leader in providing these resources for our students. Click on the link to learn more about this program and how Kelly has instituted it into our schools.
Our Grass Lake community's benevolence is remarkable, and that includes a high level of giving toward our school district's food services department to help feed our students whose families find difficulty paying for their hot lunches. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.
On Friday, May 3, United States Congressman Tim Walberg visited our George Long Elementary School cafeteria to eat lunch and discuss potential improvements in our school lunch program with Grass Lake Food Services Director Kelly Bolton. Click on the heading of the announcement for more information.
When a student's account is in the negative we cannot sell them a la carte items and/or snack items until their account is current even if they have cash with them! Click the heading of this announcement for more information.
The Grass Lake Schools Cafeteria wanted to send you information regarding menu changes during snow days. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.
Grass Lake Community Schools is now involved with Michigan's "10 Cents a Meal for School Kids & Farms" program. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.
Children of eligible families can receive lunches and breakfasts free, or at reduced prices. Click on the heading of the announcement to learn how.
Click on the heading of this announcement to begin the process of making online payments to your child's lunch account. The program will indicate a $2.50 convenience charge per transaction when checking out. If you have questions about lunch account payments, …
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 requires Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) to update or modify their wellness policy, as appropriate. When wellness committees meet on a regular basis throughout the school year, an assessment plan should be used to ensure progress is being made on the district’s wellness policy and procedures. The provided file is the K-12 Wellness Plan for Grass Lake Community Schools.
It is the responsibility of the parents to provide for lunch for their children while at school. However, it is important to provide that children receive the nutrition they need to stay focused during the school day. Click on the file name for more information.
Food Services Staff Members
- Elementary School
- High School
- Middle School
- Lorraine Bennett
- Kelly Bolton
- Crystal Brickner
- Sheryl Broniak
- Amie Christian
- Bonnie Henneman
- Theresa McDonald
- Betty Niceswander
- Stevie Schiller
- Alex Schweda
- Alex Schweda