Food Service

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Attention Parents:  To help offset our rising cost of providing online deposits, beginning in January 2014 there will be a $2.00 convenience fee per family transaction for using sendmoneytoschool.com.  You may still send money to school by check or cash in a clearly marked envelope.

Our talented food service staff provides an array of Type A Meals. A complete a la carte menu is also available. This year’s school breakfast is $1.60 for all levels and lunch prices are $2.10 for elementary students, $2.35 for middle school students, and $2.60 for high school students.  The cost of a carton of milk is .50 cents.

 

C store

Both ZEHS and ZWHS also have a C-Store, an option for a convenient and healthy snack or meal throughout the day. C-Store hours are 7am – 3pm. Items may include fresh fruits, vegetables, yogurt, whole wheat or baked snacks, along with hot and cold beverage options.

More than 4,000 students in grades K-12 use the district’s food service program daily.

Individuals without internet access may feel free to contact the Food Service Office, 616-748-3128 for assistance.

Contact our Food Service Director Luanne Wolting at 616-748-3126 or email lwolting@zps.org

 

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If your child has an allergy and you would like to request a food substitution, please submit one of the following forms to food service.  Form must be filled out by your doctor.

If you have any questions concerning our food nutrition guidelines, please contact us at foodservice@zps.org.

Lunch Accounts

You may send money to school by check or cash.  Deposit envelopes can be obtained from your school office or you may use your own.  Please include student(s) first and last name, amount of deposit, check number if applicable, & school name(s).

 

Online Food Accounts can be accessed by following the link below:

Sendmoneytoschool.com

FYI:  Meal Magic Suite, LunchApp.com, and SendMoneyToSchool.com operate on Microsoft servers. The Heartbleed bug is specific to a technology known as OpenSSL commonly used on Linux servers. As required for PCI compliance, Meal Magic Corporation’s servers and routers are scanned regularly to ensure they have no known vulnerabilities and that information received from parents and schools is being safely and securely processed.

Please Note:  To help offset our rising cost of providing online deposits, beginning in January 2014 there will be a $2.00 service fee per family deposit for using sendmoneytoschool.com. You can still use your account to check balances at no cost to you.

 

Breakfast Times Lunch Times
1st 2nd 3rd
East HS 7:00-8:00 11:02- 11:32 12:09-12:39
West HS 7:00-8:30 11:02- 11:32 12:09-12:39
Cityside 7:00-7:30 10:58-11:28 11:28-11:58 11:59-12:29
Creekside 7:00-7:30 11:00-11:30 11:30-12:00 12:00-12:30
Adams 8:15-8:50 12:00-1:00
Lincoln 8:20-8:45 11:40-1:00
New Groningen 8:10-8:35 11:50-12:25
Roosevelt 7:30-8:45 11:35-12:30
Quincy 8:20-8:45 11:50-12:40
Woodbridge 8:00-8:35 11:50-12:35
Zeeland Chr 11:45-12:15
Borculo Chr 12:45-1:15

High School Entrees

More updated information coming soon.  If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Luanne Wolting @ 616-748-3126

Food Service Email Reminders

If you have not already done so, you may sign up to receive automatic e-mail reminders when your child's lunch account dips below $5. If you are interested in receiving this service, please complete this form.
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Summer Meal Program Information can be found here: www.whyhunger.org/findfood

 

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