What's for Lunch? 

Click here to view lunch menus for both in person learners and food boxes availalbe for distance learners.

During Distance Learning

MPS is pleased to be able to offer FREE weekly food boxes Monday-Friday from 11am-3pm to all children ages 18 and under at 15 sites throughout the city.  Milk is also available on request.  Each box contains 7 breakfasts and 7 lunches for one child.  For more information or to look up where to pick up a food box, please visit one of the sites below.

During In School Learning

School Lunches have really changed since parents were in school! VIsit the link to view the MPS School Lunch Menus. http://nutritionservices.mpls.k12.mn.us

Until further notice, breakfast and lunch is FREE to anyone who would like it.  For safety purposes, breakfasts and lunches will be pre-packed, grab and go style.  

For more information and to sign up for the online lunch payment program, (for future use) visit School Cafe.

All students will recieve 20-30 minutes of lunchtime followed by 30 minutes of recess daily. Students go outside in a varitey of weather, so please make sure they have the appropriate clothing for the day.  If the weather or windchill is below zero, students will have inside recess.  

The cafeteria has a special table for students with allergies, but because Kenwood has several students with life-threatening anaphylactic conditions and many other students with sensitivity to particular foods, we all try to maintain a peanut-free building.  Please don’t send peanut butter or peanut products to school.

Kenwood has a Wellness Policy and does not allow treats in the school.  No food items will be used in school as incentives, rewards, snacks, celebrations, birthday treats, etc.  There are two exceptions to this rule: 1) Kindergarteners will still get a snack (your child’s teacher will communicate with you about this); 2) teachers can decide to make an exception for a celebration that is a long-held Kenwood tradition.