Infinite Campus Food Service Account
You may view your Food Service account information within Infinite Campus by clicking on the Food Service account link or the Infinite Campus parent portal link. You will need your Infinite Campus portal activation key for first time setup (this has been mailed to all families currently enrolled and new families will receive it upon enrollment).
The account is a PRE-PAY system, monies must be available in the account for the students to make purchases! The low and negative balance Messenger phone notification system is active. Families will be notified of their current balance when the account falls below $20.00 per family. If the account is negative NO purchases will be allowed until a payment is received or a food service staff has been contacted.
The online payment option is available for deposits in the family food service account! Log in to the IC parent portal and click on the PAYMENT link on the left side.
Students in grades K-5 have access to a mid morning breakfast or may choose to purchase only a milk (families participating in the free/reduced meal program may only take the full breakfast to qualify). High school students may purchase assorted healthy snack items and beverages before school. All monies for these purchases are deducted from the family food service account.
The Lodi elementary school was featured in a video created to help spread the word throughout Wisconsin on the benefits of the School Breakfast Program. Lodi was recognized as a leader and innovator thanks to the flexibility and creativity used to create a successful breakfast program. You may view the video at http://dpi.wi.gov/school-nutrition/school-breakfast-program/resources#parentvideo
Farm to School (F2S)
The support of locally grown foods, along with offering increased servings of fresh fruits and vegetables is a top priority. The menu highlights the Farm to School (F2S) items and increased fresh fruit and veggie options. The high school and middle school students are offered a fresh chef salad choice daily.
"Smart Snack" Nutrition Standards
The health of today's school environment continues too improve. Students across the country are now offered healthier school meals with more servings of fruits, vegetables and whole grains through the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs. The "smart snacks" in school standards published by USDA will build on those healthy advancements by ensuring that all other snacks foods and beverages available for sale to our students in school are tasty and nutritious. More information may be found at http://www.fns.usda.gov/
The School District Wellness Committee is always in search of parents, students, staff or community members that would like to join the team. Become involved today and help shape the wellness environment in the district. If interested please contact Tiffany Loken via email at email@example.com or call 592-3851 ext 5486
High School ala carte program
The High school offers many dinning options, including many ala carte items, all of which qualify as a "Smart Snack". All snacks and beverages offered are healthy options. Students are limited to a maximum of two ala carte ENTREE purchases per day. Examples of ENTREE items include pizza, sandwiches, pasta, French bread and Bosco sticks. Students may make ANY of these entree items a "MEAL DEAL" by selecting at least one portion of a fruit or veggie (including the salad bar) and includes a milk. The meal deal cost is only $2.90 and students on the free/reduced meal program also may select this option at the reduced price of $.40 or free. Parents may select to block all ala carte puchases and may do so by contacting the food service staff.