Lunch Menus


Breakfast is served Daily at ALL Schools

Start your Day Right with a Healthy Breakfast


Breakfast Times

Algonquin and Millside Elementary - Breakfast in the Classroom - 9:00 - 9:15

Algonac Jr/Sr High School - Served in the HS Cafe from 6:45 - 7:30


Top Ten reasons to Eat Breakfast at School:

1. Start off right-reduce stress level before it gets started with breakfast's energizing qualities.

2. Avoid the urge to snack on sugary.

3. Improve test scores and classroom performance.

4. Show up more often and on time.

5. Change your attitude! Energy released from regular meals helps maintain a calm, even disposition.

6. Be able to pay attention all day.

7. Fight off illnesses-breakfast eaters get more vitamins, minerals and nutrients to battle infections and stay healthy

8. Maintain healthy weight-breakfast eaters control weight more easily.

9. Enjoy yourself!!! With your "new and improved" school breakfast program you'll find old favorites and adventurous new healthy tastes.

10. Have more energy for the whole day.

Upcoming Events: March

National Breakfast Week March 5-9

Eat Breakfast Daily at the Elementary to be eligible to win "GREAT PRIZES"

Lucky Tray will take place on March 14 (Reading Month) and March 20   

(Think Spring) at the Elementary

March 15 - March Madness Raffle - Purchase a Lunch to be Eligible to WIN

a Basketball

March 16 - Serving Corned Beef Panini's and Fish & Chips in the Jr & Sr

High School Cafe's


March  27 at all Schools Nacho Tuesday's

March 29 at Elementary - Birthday Celebration


March 16 & March 23 at the Elementary - "Special Treat Day"

Spring Break Begins March 30



Thanks for Supporting the Algonac community Schools Food Service

FOOD FOCUS for the Month: March

Cruciferous Vegetables

Such as: Bok Choy, Cauliflower, Collard Greens, Broccoli, Cabbage,

Swiss Chard, Kale, Brussel Sprouts



Elementary Schools:

Breakfast - Paid: $1.50, Reduced: $.30

Lunch - Paid: $2.50, Reduced: $.40

Jr/Sr High Schools:

Breakfast - Paid: $1.50; Reduced: $.30

Lunch - Paid: $2.75; Reduced: $.40


Parents and Students:

This fall at Algonac Community Schools cafeteria's will be meeting the new Federal Nutrition standards for school meals ensuring that meals are healthier and well balanced and provide students with nutrtion they need to succeed. School meals offer students milk, fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains, and they meet the limits on saturated fat and portion size. This year the school meals will meet additional standards requiring: Age-Appropriate Calorie Limits, Larger Serving Sizes of Fruit and Vegetables. Students MUST take at least serving or either FRUIT or VEGETABLES to qualify a meal.

About Chartwells:
Chartwells dining Service is a division of Compass Group, USA. We manage the department that provides meals and nutrition to students and facilty throughout Algonac School District.

Our Goal is to provide Nutritious and Well Balanced School Breakfast and Lunch Programs.

Steve Bellante
Director of Dinning Services



Free & Reduced Lunch Information:

    * School Lunch Program is operated in accordance with the U. S. Department of Agriculture policy which does
not permit discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, handicap or national origin. Any person who believes that he or she has been discriminated against in any U.S.D.A. activity should write to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Food service provided by Chartwells. Subject to change without notice.




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