Food Services at District 63
COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS: As recommended by the CDC, students will be seated at least six feet apart to the greatest extent possible during breakfast and lunch, as they will need to remove their masks at that time. Students will be provided with pre-packaged fruits and veggies, and the choice on an entree already in a container. They will not touch food or utensils. Details and procedures will differ from one school to another - your school will share information before the start of the year.
PLEASE NOTE: At this time, D63 has been granted approval by the USDA to continue offering free meals to all students as we begin the 2021-2022 school year using COVID-19 funds. However, it may be that no-cost meals will not continue through the full school year; at that time, the meal prices below would apply.
District 63 partners with Arbor Management, Inc. to provide nutritious food options for our students at breakfast and lunch. On this page, and through the links to the left, you can find out more about food services at the District.
2021-2022 Full Price Reduced Price Breakfast $1.65 $0.30 Lunch $2.85 $0.40 A la carte $2.50
District 63 is committed to providing healthy food options that meet the USDA nutrition standards for school lunch and breakfast programs. Meals also meet the requirements of the USDA National School Lunch Program. You can find a menu link on the left.Paying for MealsThe easiest way to pay for meals is online using your child's PushCoin account. If you don't have an account, see instructions on how to set one up -- it's very easy. Parents can also submit payment to the school office – where it will be applied to the student’s account. Find out more about meal payment.Qualifying for Free and Reduced Price Meals
Some families may qualify for free or reduced-price meals if they meet eligibility guidelines. To apply, fill out District 63’s Free and Reduced Meal Application.