Breakfast and Lunch Information

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The lunchroom manager and her assistants provide a nourishing well-balance breakfast and lunch each day for students and staff.  We are a culinary school that has implemented the new Culinary Creations Healthy Menu.  For lunch, we offer two main course choices and a vegetation station which includes soup and salad as an entrée choice.  In addition, they offer healthy snack items which can be purchased separately.  Menus are sent home at the beginning of each month.  While students are encouraged to eat the lunch prepared at school, they may bring a lunch from home.  Please do not send carbonated drinks to school.  We also do not encourage you to bring in fast food from restaurants, but if you do, make sure it’s a healthy choice.

All lunch monies are deposited into each child’s personal account.  As students eat breakfast/lunch, they key in a code number to debit their account for the price of the meal or snack item (cookies, chips, juice, etc.) that they purchase.  The lunchroom manager will provide account balances to parents when the accounts are low or depleted.  If a child forgets his/her money, he/she will be permitted to borrow from the cafeteria.  Money should be returned the next school day.   It is strongly recommended that a student’s lunch account be paid for by check so that money cannot be lost as easily.  Parents are invited to come for lunch.  They should send a note to the teacher on the day they are coming so that the cafeteria can plan for extra food. If you have questions about the meal program call Ms. Williams at 355-8808.  Students that arrive at 7:00 will be able to eat breakfast and are monitored by teachers. A bag breakfast is served from 7:45 to 8:00 am.  Students that receive a bag breakfast can eat in their classroom.  Breakfast is served FREE for every student at Summit Drive. We serve hot and cold breakfast choices.




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Healthy Snack List

  • Fresh fruit
  • Dried fruit
  • String cheese
  • Bottled water (but not Propel or flavored water) 
  • Unbuttered popcorn
  • Yogurt
  • Granola bars
  • Pretzels
  • Graham crackers with peanut butter
  • Rice cakes
  • Baked chips
  • Unsweetened applesauce
  • Canned fruit packed in its own juice
  • Trail mix
  • 100% fruit juice boxes
  • Whole grain dry cereal
  • Cottage cheese
  • Raw vegetables
  • Goldfish crackers
  • Low fat white milk
  • Whole wheat crackers

Snacks to leave at home: regular chips; beef jerky; candy; cookies; snack cakes; doughnuts; fruit roll-ups; Pop-Tarts; fruit-flavored gummies; Rice Crispy Treats; and even 100-calorie packs of cookies, cakes, or chips

New Healthy Choices for Summit Drive Celebrating Birthdays

There is a major change in how we will celebrate birthdays for students this year.  Since we are a culinary school, we are requesting parents NOT to send in unhealthy birthday treats for their children, such as cakes, cookies and cupcakes.  In lieu of this, once a month our cafeteria will provide cupcakes or cookies for all of our students to celebrate the month’s birthdays. 

What we’d like for parents to do (if you choose) to celebrate their child’s birthday is to refer to the Healthy Snacks list and send in items that are healthier to eat.  In the past we’ve seen some pretty creative healthy treats come in that were just as yummy and fun for the children to eat.  Join us in becoming healthier and making sure we are raising healthy children who are empowered to make healthy decisions in the future about their health.