White Pigeon Free Summer Lunch Program!
Free lunch will be available to everyone ages
18 and under during the summer!
Free lunches will be available at:
Wade Park from July 1- August 28th,
Mon-Fri from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Chartwells School Dining Services provides White Pigeon Community Schools with an appealing and nutritionally sound child nutrition program. When it comes to innovative programs, no one serves students better than Chartwells. As the leader in school dining services, Chartwells has the experience and insight to provide carefully planned and well-balanced meals that appeal to the younger appetites. Making sure kids enjoy what they eat can do wonders for growing minds. It has been Chartwells' commitment for decades to provide these customized solutions to help kids achieve at the highest levels.
Student account balances and purchase history may be viewed online at MyLunchAccount. Click here to view instructions for creating an account.
Did you know? Breakfast is available every day at Central Elementary & White Pigeon Middle & High School. Come on in and check it out!
Central Elementary: Breakfast is delivered to the classroom for grades 1-5. Kindergarten students eat in the cafeteria. Breakfast is free for all students at Central Elementary!
White Pigeon Middle & High School: Breakfast starts at 7:30 am (8:30 on delayed start Fridays) and costs $1.50 for students paying full price, $0.30 for students qualifying for reduced price meals and is free for students that qualify for free meals.
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