Food & Nutrition Services
Food & Nutrition Services is responsible for the preparation and service of Breakfast and/or Lunch to the students of Chippewa Valley Schools.
Per USDA guidelines, school meals will return to full pay for the 22/23 SY unless a free/reduced meal application is approved on file with the food service department. To see if your family qualifies for additional benefits, please fill out a free/reduced application at chippewavalley.familyportal.cloud. Applications are good for one school year and should be completed each year unless you are notified that your child qualifies for free/reduced meal benefits for the current school year.
School Breakfast Information School Year 22.23
Attention Debit Users leaving the district: Upon departing the district, if you have remaining funds on your Lunch account, you may fill out the
Debit Users Refund Form, to collect those funds.
Click here to view, customize and print all school menus or by visiting https://chippewavalleyschools.nutrislice.com Please note the Nutrislice link is the ADA accessible option to read school menus.
Printable pdf versions are also available below.
BREAKFAST MENUS SCHOOL YEAR 2022-2023
Breakfast is served daily and offered to all students at:
CVHS, DHS, Algonquin, Iroquois, Seneca, Wyandot, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Clinton Valley, Erie, Fox, Huron, Miami, Mohawk, Ojibwa, Ottawa, Sequoyah and Shawnee. (check your school for times.)
*Students receiving free/reduced meal benefits are not identified in the service line. Our Meal Magic software protects the identity and privacy of all students. Every student uses the same lines and the computer screen does not indicate which students are free or reduced-price.*
Each student has an automatic meal account that is assigned to them when they enroll at the district. This meal account together with the balance follows the student as they move throughout the district from elementary to middle to high school. Students that qualify for free or reduced will also have an account that protects the identity and privacy of students receiving meal benefits.
There are three options for parents to put money on their student’s account:
- On-Line Deposit -You may use the internet to deposit money at the following secure site: chippewavalley.familyportal.cloud.
- Cash—you may send cash in with your student. Cash sent in will be for deposit only. All remaining funds will be deposited on the student's account. For elementary, please put cash in envelope with your child’s name on the envelope. Secondary students can give cash directly to cashier at lunch time.
- Check—Make check payable to Chippewa Valley Schools Food Service. Please put your child’s name on bottom of check. (There is a $20.00 fee for insufficient funds).
Lunch Account Balances
As of June 1, 2022, SendMoneyToSchool.com has moved to FamilyPortal.cloud. If you previously had an account set up on SendMoneyToSchool.com, please create a new account using the same email address. All account information will migrate over to FamilyPortal.cloud. If you have not yet had an account, you will need to create a new account on FamilyPortal.cloud. Tutorial videos can be found on the Family Portal website.
How to check student balance? Parents can go to www.familyportal.cloud and set up an online account at no charge. You will need your student’s 10 digit ID number for the first log in. Your child's student ID number may be obtained from their school's main office.
If you currently use Family Portal to deposit money for your child, you can choose to subscribe to Low-Balance emails. Reminders are sent whenever balances fall below the notification level that you set! Be sure to look for this new feature!
Parental Controls on Family Portal
To adjust parental controls and determine what your student spends their money on during lunch and breakfast, please visit your account on Family Portal.
If you will not be attending Chippewa Valley Schools next year, please complete this form regarding the disposition of your funds.
Free/Reduced Meal Application/Information
Free/Reduced Breakfast & Lunch Information
National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
Applying for Free and Reduced Price School Meals
Last Verified: 10/29/21
To see if you qualify for additional benefits, you may complete a free/reduced meal application at chippewavalley.familyportal.cloud or by completing a paper application located in the main office of your school building.
Schools applications are available in the main office at each building. However, you may apply for school meals at any time throughout the school year by submitting a household application directly to your school. Your school will provide you with an application upon request.
If you are earning at or below current Income Eligibility Guidelines, we encourage you to contact your school to fill out a school meal application. The school or local education agency will process your application and issue an eligibility determination.
If you are receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, your child automatically qualifies for free school meals. Please contact your school to determine if you need to fill out an application.
You should know...
If you are eligible for unemployment compensation, you might also be eligible for free or reduced price school meals. With the cooperation of the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, we are reaching out to vulnerable households affected by current economic conditions. State Workforce Agency Administrators have been asked to inform those seeking unemployment benefits about the availability of free and reduced price school meals.
Please contact your school for additional information and assistance.
Student Exception Announcement- ALL CVS Buildings
To receive proof documentation for your reconsideration request, please contact the main office of your student's school.
Reconsideration Form (English)
Reconsideration Form (Spanish)
Breakfast and Lunch
- Elementary Lunch: $2.75
- Middle & High: $3.00
- Breakfast: $1.55
- Additional serving $1.50
- Second Meal is $3.00 for middle/high and $2.75 for elementary
Milk - $0.60
Summer Meal Locations
Summer Food Service Programs
Here at Chippewa Valley School District we are dedicated to ensuring that our students receive healthy nutritious meals during the school year. We want to encourage our students to continue with those healthy and nutritious meals during the summer as well. That is why we would like to direct you to Summer Food Service Programs available in your area. Please visit www.michigan.gov/meetupeatup to find a Summer Food Service Program that is close to you. A county list is also available here.
ALL Breakfast & Lunch Nutritional information can be found by clicking here or by visiting https://chippewavalleyschools.nutrislice.com
*DISCLAIMER - The information contained is for informational purposes only and not intended to treat or cure any disease or medical condition or provide diagnostic material for any individual.
In accordance with the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act, Chippewa Valley Food Service is offering more whole grains, lower-sodium products & a wider variety of fruits and vegetables. Our goal is to produce delicious & healthy balanced meals that everyone can enjoy!
In an effort to help you better understand the changes to our menus, here is a summary of the requirements mandated by the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010:
· Students must select a minimum of ½ cup fruit at breakfast. This can be in the form of fresh, frozen, canned or juice.
· All grains at breakfast & lunch are required to be whole-grain rich. This includes pasta, pizza crust, breads & breading.
· Age group specific weekly weighted average sodium targets for breakfast and lunch
o K-5 Breakfast ≤540 mg K-5 Lunch ≤1230 mg
o 6-8 Breakfast ≤600 mg 6-8 Lunch ≤1360 mg
o 9-12 Breakfast ≤640 mg 9-12 Lunch ≤ 1420 mg
· Age group specific weekly weighted average calorie ranges for breakfast and lunch
o K-5 Breakfast: 350-500 K-5 Lunch: 550-650
o 6-8 Breakfast: 400-550 6-8 Lunch: 600-700
o 9-12 Breakfast: 450-600 9-12 Lunch: 750-850
Smart Snacks in Schools
Chippewa Valley Food Service features healthier snacks in order to comply with the Smarter Snacks in Schools legislation. We encourage you to try some of the delicious choices we have to offer, including whole-grain cookies, baked chips & low-fat yogurts! The requirements are as follows:
Snack items ≤ 200 calories & ≤ 230 mg of sodium
Snack items ≤ 35% of calories comes from total fat
Snack items ≤10% of calories comes from saturated fat
Snack items must contain zero grams of trans fat
35% of a snack items weight can come from total sugar
All beverage items sold to students must meet the following:
Elementary schools may sell up to 8 ounce portions of milk and juice
Middle Schools may sell up to 12 ounces portions of milk and juice
High Schools standards limit the maximum container size to 12 ounces for lower calorie beverages and 20 ounces for calorie-free beverages
Local Wellness Policy: Triennial Assessment Summary
If you are interested in joining our school wellness committee, contact our district dietitian- Amanda Snider by emailing email@example.com.
September Nutrition News Bites
STUDENTS WITHOUT LUNCH MONEY
USDA Nondiscrimination Statement
In accordance with federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.
Program information may be made available in languages other than English. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication to obtain program information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language), should contact the responsible state or local agency that administers the program or USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TTY) or contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.
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mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; or
fax: (833) 256-1665 or (202) 690-7442; or
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Food Service Department
Tel: (586) 723-2110
Director - Daniel Connors
Dietitian - Amanda Snider, RD
Clerk - Cheryl Gorski
Deposit Money on Student's Account
Free & Reduced Lunch Application
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MARCH LUNCH MENUS
APRIL LUNCH MENUS
If you have a food allergy please be aware that CVS Breakfast and Lunch Program foods may contain or have come into contact with peanuts, nuts or other possible allergens.
We take food allergies and student safety very seriously. If your student has any food allergies please have your physician fill out the Dietary Needs Form below and return it to the food service office. We are happy to work with parents and students to help accommodate your needs. For questions about food allergies and menu selections please call our office at 586-723-2106. Please note that this form must be filled out to be considered for accommodations. Special Diet Statement Form