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Food & Nutrition Services Menus

A la Carte

For the CSSD11 Middle School A-la-Carte Foods Standards Letter to Parents
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Breakfast and Lunch

Emergency Closure Impact on Student Menus

In the event school is closed due to weather, the menu scheduled for that day will be served when school is back in session for students. For example, if Monday has school closure and schools reopen Tuesday, Monday’s menu would be served. The published menu would resume on the following day or in this case Wednesday.

​Menu

​Breakfast

​Lunch

D11 Schools
Elementary

Breakfast (Eng) April

Breakfast (Span) April

Lunch (Eng) April

Lunch (Span) April

Elementary "Grab N Go Breakfast"

(Audubon, Fremont, Grant,

Madison, McAuliffe)

Breakfast (Eng) April

Breakfast (Span) April

"Breakfast In the Classroom"
(Hunt, Monroe, Queen Palmer,

Roosevelt, Wilson)

 

 

Breakfast (Eng) April

Breakfast (Eng) April Roosevelt

 

 

 

Middle School

Breakfast April

Breakfast Swigert April

 

Lunch April

​High School

Breakfast April

Lunch April

D11 Charter Schools
Academy ACL, Globe, 
Roosevelt, STAR Academy

Breakfast STAR April

Breakfast Roosevelt April

Breakfast Globe April

Lunch AcademyACL April

Lunch April

​CIVA

 

 

Lunch April

 

 

STAR Adams

Breakfast April

Lunch April

 

Our goal is to have menus posted here one week prior to the end of the month.
 
Looking for one of our District 11 Food & Nutrition Services contract/partner site menus?  Please Click Here
 
If your student has a dietary disability, please download and complete the D11 Food Allergy Form at: http://www.d11.org/FNS/Pages/SpecialDiets.aspx Alternately, you may obtain a D11 Food Allergy Form from a Kitchen Manager. Completed forms must be returned to the Kitchen Manager in order to request substitution.
 

Click Here to see the library of D11 Menu Nutrition Analysis Reports!
 
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