Welcome to Food and Nutrition Services where
good nutrition and learning go hand in hand!
Welcome to the Hart Public Schools Food Services page. Our goal is to make sure your child has an opportunity to enjoy a delicious and nutritious meal each day here at Hart. We will endeavor to provide you with up to date information and answer your questions here, however, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to call 231-873-6242.
Do you know about our District Wellness Policy and Committee?
All community members are invited to participate in the development, review, updating and implementation of our school wellness policy. Everyone is also welcome to attend and participate in our District Wellness Committee meetings. For meetings times and additional information, please contact Dawn Felt, Food Service Director, at 231-873-6242 or email@example.com for meeting times and agendas.
To see Hart Public Schools’ Wellness Policy and implementation assessments, click here.
Summer Feeding Information:
For the Summer of 2023, Hart Public Schools will be publicly offering free summer meals. More information will be available in the spring time.
How do I apply for Free or Reduced Price Meals?
There is no need to apply for meal benefits as Hart Public Schools is eligible for the Community Eligibility Provision which enables all students to have free breakfast and lunch!
Q: How can I make deposits and find out about my student account balance?
If your child wishes to purchase a la carte items, they will need money in their account. Deposits can be made by sending cash or checks to school. We recommend sending deposits in an envelope with your student’s full name clearly written on it. You may also make deposits online! Create an account online using your student ID number at http://www.sendmoneytoschool.com.
For information on Nutrislice, Click Here
Thank you for visiting the Food Service portion of the website.
Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.
Director of Food Services
Your child’s school day just got healthier!