Meal Service Distribution Update
Starting with March 30 and moving forward, the district will transition to Meal Service pick-ups three days per week. Families will still receive seven days worth of food per child with pick ups on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week. Pick-ups will still take place between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. each pick-up day at your pick-up location (Roosevelt Elementary or OLMS).
A breakdown of what families will receive is listed below:
- Monday - Two Days of Meals: Two uncooked lunches (with heating instructions) and two breakfasts
- Wednesday - Two Days of Meals: Two uncooked lunches (with heating instructions) and two breakfasts
- Friday - Three Days of Meals: Three uncooked lunches (with heating instructions) and three breakfasts
This change comes in an effort to support the Governor’s Stay Home order and to limit personal contact for our families and staff.
Meal Service Preorders:
Meal Program Information
We are committed to providing access to the nutrition West Bloomfield children need.
- Meals are FREE
- Meals are available to anybody 18 years old or younger
- Meals are also available to anybody up to age 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or physical disabled that is recognized by a state or local public educational agency
- Preorders are REQUIRED
- Children do NOT have to be present claim their meal. Parents or siblings may pick up meals for all children in the household.
- Meals should be consumed right away or properly refrigerated to maintain food safety
Contact the food service department at (248) 865-6732 for more information.
Meal Service Sites
Meals will be distributed in the front drop-off/pick-up loop of sites meal service distribution sites from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday & Friday each week:
- Roosevelt Elementary (2065 Cass Lake Rd, Keego Harbor, MI 48320)
- Orchard Lake Middle School (6000 Orchard Lake Rd, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322).
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