10 cents a meal for school kids
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Laker Schools provide healthy and delicious options to all students.

Laker Schools serve breakfast at the elementary and secondary schools every school day.

Elementary – Breakfast options are served from carts in the hallways, and students eat their breakfasts in their classrooms. A hot breakfast item is offered every Tuesday.

Secondary – Breakfast is served beginning at 7:15 a.m. in the cafeteria. Starting in the 2019-20 school year, a “second chance” breakfast will be available to students from a a cart. The cart will be parked by the main office between first and second period. Students will be able to pick up a complete breakfast and take it to their second period class to eat.


Families can go to the following website to find out where free summer meals are available for students: www.mcgi.state.mi.us/schoolnutrition/.

Contact Us: (989)453-4600

Name Phone Extension
Brian Keim
Food Service Director
Ext. 501
Cinamon Marker
Food Service Supervisor/Head Cook
Ext. 231
Cher Sturm
 Debit Payment Coordinator
Ext. 504

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

FAQ about free and reduced lunch program

Click above for information and an application for the free/reduced lunch program.

Click here for the monthly menu.

Click here for Skyward Family Access, where you can access your child’s food service account.

Lunch Prices Breakfast Prices
DK – 5:  $2.30 DK – 5:  $1.30
 6-12:   $2.50 6 – 12:  $1.40
Adult:   $3.25 Adult:  $1.80
Extra Milk: $.35 Extra Milk: $.35

The Laker Schools will receive and use Federal funds and United States Department of Agriculture donated foods.  No person because of race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in our United States Department of Agriculture donated food and child nutrition programs.  Any Person who believes they have been discriminated against should write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.  20250.

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