Food Service

Breakfast Bunch

 

The MTE Cafe serves breakfast daily.

We will serve a daily featured hot breakfast entree (see menu online).  Alternate entrees served daily will be choice of cereal, whole grain breakfast bun, PBJ Gramwich, or BeneFit bar.  Milk and a fruit/juice are included. Cost is $1.30; breakfast is free for those who qualify for free/reduced lunch.

Students riding the bus who wish to purchase breakfast will be dismissed from their bus at approximately 8:00 to go directly to the cafe.

Carpoolers/walkers who wish to purchase breakfast will be dismissed from the front entrance at approximately 8:00 to go directly to the cafe.

I am hopeful that many will take advantage of this program, as young minds cannot learn on an empty stomach.  

 

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Carmel Clay Schools
Food and Nutrition Services
5201 East Main Street
Carmel, Indiana 46033
317-844-9961
Director: Jennifer McFarland, RD

Welcome to the Carmel Clay Schools Food and Nutrition Services Department.  Our mission is to provide nutritionally balanced meals according to the USDA National School Breakfast and Lunch Child Nutrition Programs at reasonable cost to students, staff and guests.  Our goal is to operate a child focused nutrition program that provides a variety of healthy food choices to ensure students’ readiness to learn while implementing the 2010 Dietary Standards for Americans.

The Food and Nutrition Services Department employs 175 food service professionals and serves over 2 million breakfasts, lunches, and snacks at our 17 cafeterias district-wide.  Our department takes pride in serving approximately 16,000 students daily at 15 schools, 175 preschool Edu-Care students, and providing the before and after school meals at all 11 elementary schools.  School meals are planned and analyzed by a Registered Dietitian reflecting the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, ChooseMyPlate.gov, and student preferences as determined at student taste tests. 

The food service program is operated under the federally funded National School Lunch Act and Child Nutrition Act.  The federal laws regulating the food service programs are administered by the United States Department of Agriculture through the regional office and implemented by the Indiana Department of Education.  The Food and Nutrition Services program is financially self-supporting. 

Click here for more information on free and reduced meals.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Mohawk Trails Food Service Manager

Jan Gross 844-1158  ext 1547 
jgross@ccs.k12.in.us