4-8 Food Service
Both Chartwells and Kingsley Area Schools are dedicated to providing quality nutritious meals that students will enjoy and choose to eat. We hope you will encourage your students to try new fruits and vegetables and you will join us for a meal at school to see the changes for yourself.
For more information on Kingsley Area Schools breakfast and lunch programs, use the contact information to the left.
Filling out a free and reduced meals application is easy. Follow this link and it will walk you through the process step by step - http://www.lunchapp.com/
If you are in need of a free meal during the summer months when school is out of session, check out this website. Meals are provided to people 18 years of age or younger, free of charge, all you have to do is show up! Check this website for a location near you: www.michigan.gov/sfsp
Middle School Breakfast
Remember to start your day out right and breakfast is very important part of your day. It’s difficult to learn with a grumbling stomach. Please join us every day in the cafeteria for a delicious and nutritious breakfast. It only costs $1.50, there are always multiple options and your benefits apply.
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