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Food Service Program

Preorder Lunches

Families must preorder lunches by 8am for the High School/Middle Schools students and 9 am for elementary students/online learners to receive a lunch that day. The system will not allow you to order after the time listed above. For your convenience, meals can be preordered up to 30 days in advance. To avoid any issues, we recommend ordering the night before.
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Lunch Delivery or Pickup

In-Person
In-person learners must pre-order their lunch which will be delivered to the students’ classrooms (orders must be in by, 8am for middle school and high school and 9am for elementary schools, each morning.) If you have multiple students attending in-person, parents will need to order meals for each of their students individually in Nutrislice. Please make sure that you choose the correct school and the correct classroom/teacher for each of your students when ordering for multiple students. 
 
Virtual Learning
Online learners must also pre-order their lunch. Online learners' lunches can be picked up in the west parking lot (Athletics Department) entrance of Northville High School (45700 Six Mile Rd.) between the hours of 11 am and 1 pm each school day. (orders must be in by 8am each morning)

USDA Waiver Provides Free Meals For Students

The free meals were made possible after district officials received a waiver sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture. This change resumes the summer meal rules and regulations and makes meals free and available for all children 18 and under enrolled in our district and its programs. For information on ordering lunch please see the food service program front page.

 

This program is expected to continue through December 2020.  

About Food Services

The Northville Public Schools Food Service Program is dedicated to providing students with a high quality product and service that meets the nutritional guidelines of the National School Lunch Program while accommodating student preferences.
 
Changes in school lunch menus began July 1, 2012 as a result of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. The Act is federal legislation aimed at fighting childhood obesity and childhood hunger, and ensures that school-provided meals are healthy, well-balanced and provide students all the nutrition they need to succeed at school. The Act includes the following key changes:
  • Schools are now required to offer minimum quantities of both fruits and vegetables every day to help ensure children increase their intake of these healthy food choices.
  • Lunch menus also emphasize a weekly variety of different types of vegetables: dark green, red/orange, dry beans and peas, starchy, and all other vegetables.  Also, half of all grains offered must be whole grain.
  • Only fat-free or 1% milk is permitted.
  • Schools must adhere to a calorie range, as well as restrictions on trans fat, saturated fat, and sodium. 
 

Elementary lunch menus are available in all elementary offices; middle and high school menus are posted in the buildings. Menus and Lunch Prices are available on this site as well. Students may be eligible for free or reduced price lunches depending on family income. Applications are available online or in all schools. You can find more information on lunch prices under menus & pricing.  Information on Free & Reduced lunch program can be found under payment information.

In addition to offering lunch in all schools, the Food Service Department provides the Early Childhood Education and Extended Day Programs with breakfast and after school snacks. Catering service is also available for occasions such as athletic events, department meetings and staff parties.

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