Posted on July 30th, 2020 in Coronavirus, Featured, News

Perry Township’s Cafe Express Child Nutrition Program would love to continue serving your students even while at home!

Starting August 10, Cafe Express will offer convenient to-go meal packs to students in grades 6-12 who are enrolled in our hybrid learning schedule. The hybrid schedule refers to secondary students who will receive in-person instruction two days each week and remote learning three days each week.

Each meal pack will contain breakfast and lunch for the three days that students receive online instruction. On the days that students attend school in-person, lunch will be provided in the cafeteria, as usual. 

Due to federal guidelines, students who participate in this program will be required to pay for the to-go meals, which differs from our previous curbside meal program. This time, students will be charged according to their meal eligibility status. That means students who are approved for free and reduced meals will pay the free or reduced price. Students who do not qualify for the free or reduced fees will be charged the regular price. Pricing information can be found here.

To find out if you qualify for the Free & Reduced Meal Application, click this link  

Note: Your student’s account will be charged only after his or her student ID badge is scanned upon pickup of the food.

If you have questions, contact the Child Nutrition Office at 317-789-3747.