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Food Service Program through December 31, 2020

We are pleased to share an exciting update regarding the food service program at Holy Trinity. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that it is extending waivers for Summer Meals programs effective September 1 until December 31, 2020. 

All Blue and Gold Cohort Students – Can get a free breakfast and a free lunch in person from our cafeteria on the days they are in school, regardless of whether they qualify for the traditional Free & Reduced Program. These students can also pick up “To Go” meals for themselves and any siblings to cover the E-Learning Days until they return in-person. 

All 100% E-Learning Students – Can pick up a full week’s worth of meals (5 breakfasts and 5 lunches) at one time. On Tuesdays from 8 am to 9 am, you can come to our station on Cleaver Street to pick up these meals for your HT student as well as meals for any other children (18 or younger) in the household. The first pick up day for E-Learning Students will be Wednesday, September 9 from 8 am to 9 am. 

More information on Country House can be found at www.chschoolfoods.com. For more details on the ISBE Summer Food Service Program check out www.isbe.net/sfsp.

School Lunch Program

Delicious, freshly prepared breakfasts and lunches are available to students on a daily basis. Holy Trinity High School is proud to partner with Country House Restaurant as our food service provider. We partner with My MealTime, a fast, secure online service for making credit or debit card deposits and monitoring your student’s lunch account.

Holy Trinity participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), also known as the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. Free and reduced-price meals (breakfast and lunch) are provided for students from households that meet federal income guidelines. To receive free or reduced-price meal services, an application must be completed every year. 

NOTE: Breakfast in its current form will not be served again until January 2021. There will be cereal, fruit, bagels, and juice served until then.

Students eligible for free meals will not have to pay for breakfast or lunch as long as they take three of the five components of each meal, including one required fruit or juice (see Guidelines for the National School Breakfast, Lunch and Milk Programs). Students eligible for reduced meals can pay daily or weekly at the register with cash or via an online account. Students paying full price may pay cash in the cafeteria or via an online account.

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