Note: Requests must be entered by NOON on Wednesday for Monday pick up.
Meals will be available for all students continuing their learning online and for all children 18 and under not in school. This will be a curbside pickup at either Krueger Middle School or Michigan City High School on Mondays only. When completing the order form, you will be asked to choose a location. Follow the posted signs at each location. Weekly pickup will be from 12:30 - 1:30 pm.
Meal bags will include 5 breakfast and 5 lunch meals per student as well as instructions for proper storage and serving of all meal items. Meals are free to all children 18 and under. Children do not need to be present at pickup, but you must provide identification of child if requested. Wear a mask and pop your trunk when able. Staff will load packaged meals into your vehicle.
(Please note that if your student is eating meals daily at school, you will not be eligible for pickup of these weekly meals as they receive breakfast and lunch daily.)
If you are picking up meals for more than one child, you may pick them all up at one location.
**Please note that you may indicate if your child has an allergy on the order form but we can only accommodate substitutions if a dietary prescription plan is on file with your child's school and is signed by a physician. These forms can be obtained from the school office. We will also try to accommodate dietary substitutions, such as for religious reasons, but you must indicate this on the order form.**
Please remember that you must order meals each week using the above link.
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Michigan City Area Schools
1100 South Woodland Avenue
Michigan City, Indiana 46360
Welcome to the Office of Child and Nutrition Services!
Our mission is to serve healthy meals with a smile to help students achieve academic and lifelong success.
Did you know that we serve healthy and nutritious breakfast to all students at no cost? Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In general, kids and teens who eat breakfast have more energy, do better in school, and eat healthier throughout the day. Make sure to fuel up!
Visit the other links on our page for menus, nutrition information, free and reduced applications and other valuable information.
You can be an angel! Donate to our Random Acts of Kindness fund to help pay negative cafeteria balances to those in need. Please call our office at 219-873-2131 for more information.