Food Services

Plate of food showing proper food group proportions
  • Woodridge School District #68 currently offers a free boxed breakfast and boxed lunch at each of its schools.  All students requesting a meal will be provided one free of charge.  Current USDA Waivers allow for all school aged children, 5-18, to eat free of charge.

     

    Woodridge School District #68 also plans to offer a summer feeding program that will run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, beginning on June 8th and concluding on July 29th, providing boxed breakfasts and lunches to all school aged children, 5-18, who requests one.  Current USDA Waivers allow for all school aged children to eat free of charge.

     

    The Woodridge School District Food Service Program is part of the Federal government's National School Breakfast and Lunch Program and Summer Food Service Program.  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several waivers have provided flexibility in providing meals to interested students and their families.  At this time the waivers are expected to continue through June of 2022.  Some additional recent changes include more whole-grain foods, more fruits and vegetables every day of the week, fat-free or low-fat milk only, reduced saturated fats and sodium, and no trans fat in the menus.

     

    Questions may be directed to Hervanna Scott, Acting Food Services Coordinator, by sending an email to scotth@woodridge68.org or calling the District Office at 630-795-6824.