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School Lunch

National Heritage Academies (NHA) remains committed to ensuring students maintain a healthy and nutritious diet, no matter what learning scenario our schools are in. A good meal is key to providing the energy your child needs to do their best, and enrolled students are offered a nutritious breakfast and lunch at no cost through the Community Eligibility Program (CEP).

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement

Free Meals for All Students

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced that they will continue serving meals to children at no cost, through June 30, 2022. This will ensure, no matter what the situation is, children have access to nutritious food as the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Food Service Supply Chain Shortages

Like many others during this time, we are experiencing supply chain shortages and delays that could cause changes to our menus with little to no notice. We apologize for any inconveniences this may create. 

In Person

Students return to traditional classroom learning environment


Students resume eating in their classrooms.
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Remote/Virtual

Students learn at home on a virtual platform


Students/parents pick up meals through a contact-less area of the school building.
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Hybrid

Students receive a combination of in-person learning and remote instruction

 

Students eat in their classroom (those on-site) and food is distributed for home (students off-site).

  • If your student is in school Monday and Tuesday, they must pick up their meals for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday on Wednesday. 
  • If your student is in school Thursday and Friday, they must pick up their meals for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday on Monday
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School Meal Menu

What's for breakfast or lunch this month?

Check out the menu

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Household Information Survey

Download 2021-22 Survey

If your child is enrolled this year, please print and complete our survey and return it to school.
This helps to support our supplemental programs.