We apologize for the inconvenience, but with the transition back to the Blended Learning Model, we are asking all parents interested in receiving free meals at home for their children to sign back up for this service. We know that many situations have changed for families and want to make sure that all families are receiving what their needs are at this time.
Please also note the following:
In order to receive meals on Monday, November 30, you must sign up on the website by midnight on Monday, November 23.
ALL meals to be picked up on Monday, November 30, will be picked up from Clyde High School between 10:00 am and 11:30 am.
In order to start receiving meals on Monday, December 7, you must sign up by midnight, Thursday, December 3.
Starting Monday, December 7, students and parents will be able to pick up the meals at the CGS school of your choice.
There will not be a delivery option available for students and parents.
Completing this form will sign your child(ren) up for meals only through the start of Christmas Break. Due to changing circumstances, we will be evaluating how to proceed once school resumes in January and will be asking parents to sign up again once those decisions have been made.
All Schools $1.60
All Reduced 30¢
Elementary Schools $2.35
Middle School $2.60
High School $3.00
All Reduced 40¢
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The menus below are being kept on this page solely for future use if we go back to a Blended Learning model.
If you are attending any CGS school two days a week during the Blended Learning Model and wish to receive school Breakfast and Lunch at home on the three days you are not attending, click on the Blended Learning Menu.
If you are a CGS student who has chosen the fully online Virtual Learning option and wish to receive meals at home, click on the Virtual Learning Menu 5-day at home.