It is incredibly important that our students eat healthy meals to be fueled for the day! Countless studies show that with better nutrition, students are better able to learn, have fewer absences, have behavioral improvements, and achieve more academically.
Our daily breakfast and lunch are provided by LunchMaster in California, which follows the strict regulations of the National School Lunch Program.
- August, 2019 Menu (PDF)
- September, 2019 Menu (PDF)
- October, 2019 Menu (PDF)
- November, 2019 Menu (PDF)
- December, 2019 Menu (PDF)
- January, 2020 Menu (PDF)
- February, 2020 Breakfast Menu (PDF) | February, 2020 Lunch Menu (PDF)
- March, 2020 Breakfast Menu (PDF) | March, 2020 Lunch Menu (PDF)
Summit Meal Charge Policy
All Summit families are asked to complete a meal eligibility application every year. Families can find assistance with applying for free or reduced price school meals by contacting the front office.
For families who don’t qualify for free and reduced price school meals, Summit charges meals at the time of service and sends invoices homes to families at the beginning of every month. Payment for balances is expected by the end of the month and can be made by check, cash or online using a credit card. Summit strongly encourages families to prepay for their children’s meals.
If families need assistance with paying for their children’s meals they can contact the front office about resources such as repayment plans.
For families who don’t qualify for free and reduced-price meals, Summit charges meals at the time of service for the following amounts:
- Breakfast: $3
- Lunch: $4
Free & Reduced-Price Meal Forms
Free and Reduced-Price Meal Online Forms:
Please find our non-discrimination statement here.
Free Meals Over Summer
Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens 18 and younger at many locations throughout the nation throughout the summer while school is out of session. Use the mapping tool below to find a site near you. The tool can be found at https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks.
The only food accommodation we provide on a wide and daily basis is vegetarian. Any student with a food limitation beyond this can fill out the attached medical form to have a meal that accommodates his or her health needs.
Summit Public Schools is committed to creating a healthy school environment that enhances the development of lifelong wellness practices to promote healthy physical activities that supports student achievement. Please see the Summit Public Schools Wellness Policy (Google Doc).
During the 2020/2021 school year, our wellness committee will meet on 10/22/2020 and 5/6/2021 to review and update the wellness policy. If you are interested in being a part of the wellness committee, contact your school’s Dean of Operations.
Michael Bradley, Dean of Operations, Middle School at firstname.lastname@example.org (Middle School), and
Michael Mitchell, Dean of Operations, High School at email@example.com (High School),
if you have any questions about our meal program.