As we head back to school 5 days a week, all students attending in-person schooling will have access to free meals at school. Only students who are enrolled in the Virtual Learning Model or any child age 2-18 who lives in the CGS district is still eligible for at-home meals. These meals will be available for pickup only at Clyde High School on Mondays between 10:00 and 11:30.
Please also note the following:
Monday, October 26, will be the last day for the combined 3-day and 5-day meal pickups at each individual school.
Monday, October 26, will also be the last day for a delivery option for meals as starting November 2 we will no longer have bus drivers available to deliver meals.
Starting Monday, November 2, all students attending school in person at any CGS school will receive free meals while on the days they are attending school.
Starting Monday, November 2, only CGS students who are still enrolled as 5-day virtual students and any child age 2-18 living in the CGS District will be eligible to receive meals to take home. These meals will be pickup only and will need to be picked up at Clyde High School on Mondays between 10 and 11:30 am.
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.