Cheshire Food and Nutrition Services
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CHESHIRE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
SHOULD PREORDER LUNCH MEALS THE NIGHT BEFORE.
Students in advisory will be assigned dining locations for the year:
Ramland Cafe, The Commons-Uncommonly Good, and
The East Gym.
CHS Hybrid Schedule Students Preorder In-School Meals: link below
CHS students: Would you like to pick up meals for the 3 days that you are not attending school in person? Then click below:
Week of September 28th only, CHS hybrid students may order meals for the Wednesday pick up on form below.
Are you a CHS Remote learner students at home 5 days a week and would like to order 5 days of breakfast and or lunches? or students from other schools or homeschooled that are 18 years and younger? Then click below:
DODD MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
SHOULD PREORDER LUNCH MEALS THE NIGHT BEFORE
Students will be assigned location of where to eat in the Cafeteria or Gym
Dodd Pre-Order for lunch in school meals
Dodd Remote Learning Students at home 5 days a week may order school meals for 5 days a week. Children that are 18 years and younger, that live at home or home schooled or attend different school districts may pick up meals. Click below:
No cash allowed for lunch or breakfast. Only checks or My School Bucks!
MY SCHOOL BUCKS is here now !
Or make checks payable to CPS with student ID in lower left hand corner of check.
Free and Reduced Application Online Click My School Apps
EMENTARY LUNCH MENUS
Children that are home schooled, that attend different school districts, that are 18 years and younger, and or not school age yet, are eligible to pick up meals on Wednesdays. Parents must pick up meals. Click on link below.
Breakfast Menu Coming Soon!
******DODD: BREAKFAST VIDEO *******
For Daily Menu Follow us on Twitter @Food_CHS
in Google Drive
FAQ for Parents regarding Free and Reduced Meals
Go to What's New for recipes and links to articles.
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