10 cents a meal for school kids
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Shrimp scampi. Zucchini boats. Chef salads. Chicken wings. This is not your typical school lunch fare!

It’s the Laker Cafe. 

shrimp scampi
zucchihi boats
chef salad
chicken wings

Laker Schools provide healthy and delicious options to all students.

NOTE – For the 2021-22 school year, breakfasts and lunches will be free to all students. Students who wish to get extra food/milk will be charged for the extra items.

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.

Secondary – Breakfast is served beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the cafeteria.


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

Cinamon Marker – Food Service Director, ext. 231

Marla Fox – Food Service Payments, ext. 501

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

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

All students (in-person, learning from home) get free breakfasts and lunches until the end of the school year (possibly until June 30, 2021). Those learning from home can have the meals delivered or the meals can be picked up from the school. See the News and Updates section on the home page of this website for more information. 

Click here for information on a Pandemic EBT program that can help families with food purchasing.

Click here for the monthly menu

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

Click here for instructions on how to put money into your child’s meal 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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