FOOD & NUTRITION PROGRAM

Community Consolidated School District 62 is committed to providing quality, nutritious, and satisfying meals to our diverse student body. Meals are prepared at the on-site kitchen and are transported to each school daily.

HELPLINE

Arbor Food Services
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM (M-F)
847-824-5630

SNACK AM/PM/EDK

Middle School
Early Learning Center
Elementary School

BREAKFAST MENU

Middle School
Early Learning Center
Elementary School

LUNCH MENU

Middle School
Early Learning Center
Elementary School

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Community Consolidated School District 62 offers Free & Reduced Price Meals Program for those students unable to pay under the Illinois Free Lunch and Special Milk Programs. Children from households that meet federal guidelines are eligible for free lunch and milk. Application forms are sent in July/August to all homes with a letter to parents or guardians. To receive free lunches and milk for your child, each family must complete an application and return it to the school. Incomplete applications cannot be processed or approved. 

If you have questions regarding your eligibility status, please contact Susan Artarian via email artarians@d62.org.

Questions regarding Free and Reduced Price School Meals benefit may be directed to Jennifer Liu Goluszka via email liugoluszkaj@d62.org.



Click BOARD POLICY and choose Policies tab to review Food Services Management (4:120), Free and Reduced-Price Food Services (4:130) under 04: Operational Services; and School Wellness (6:050) under 06: Instruction.

FREE & REDUCED PRICE MEAL PROGRAM

  • Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals must be renewed each year.


    The required information is as follows:

    Food Stamp/TANF households - Households that currently receive food stamps or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) for their children, only have to list each child's name and food stamp or TANF case number and sign the application. Link card numbers cannot be used.


    Confidentiality - Information submitted on your application is only used by school officials to determine if your child(ren) qualify for free lunch/milk. The signature of the child's parent or legal guardian is required on the application to allow school officials to determine eligibility for other services.

  • Verification - School officials may verify the information on the application at any time during the school year.


    Other households - If your household's income is at or below the level shown on the income scale, children are eligible for at least reduced price lunch and milk, and may be eligible for free lunch. Households must provide the following information:


    • the names of all household members;
    • the social security number of the adult household member signing the application, or the word “none” if the adult does not have a social security number;
    • the amount of income each household member received last month, how often, and where it came from (wages, child support, etc.); and
    • the signature of an adult household member.
  • Fair Hearing - You may speak with school officials if you do not agree with the decision on your application or with the results of verification. You also may ask for a fair hearing. Please write and mail your request to Nelson W. Gray, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services, Community Consolidated School District 62, 777 East Algonquin Road, Des Plaines, IL 60016-6281.


    Full-priced meal items for 2016-2017

    The Board of Education approved the food service prices for the 2017-2018 School year. Following new prices are reflected on our Breakfast and Lunch Menus.


    • Student Breakfast – $1.30
    • Student Lunch – $2.75
    • Adult Lunch – $3.20
    • Milk (white) – $0.60
    • Milk (chocolate) – $0.60