||Director of Dining Services
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Welcome to Portage Public Schools Food Group website. We believe that our food service program offers many healthy breakfast and lunch alternatives for our student customers. All of our café’s offer numerous homemade daily choices and have food bars full of fresh vegetables, composed salads and fruits for our customers.
Your child’s nutrition is a priority. We encourage our student customers to select a healthy balanced meal and make responsible food choices so that they can actively participate in classroom learning.
2015 - 2016 School Year Full Meal Prices
$1.35 – Elementary Breakfast
$2.20 – Elementary Lunch
$1.50 – Secondary Breakfast
$2.50 / 2.85 – Secondary Lunch
One milk is included with each breakfast & lunch. Additional milk may be purchased for $ .50
The Food Group office is located at 8107 Mustang Drive, Portage, MI 49002
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact:
Susan Livingston at
Director of Dining Services
Chartwells School Dining Services
269.323.5155 or via email at email@example.com.
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