Breakfast & Lunch Menus
IMPORTANT: Like many other businesses and institutions, District 65 Nutrition Services is experiencing food product shortages due to supply issues. It may be necessary on occasion to make slight adjustments to our menu and any changes will be communicated with as much notice as possible.
Our team is committed to providing nutritious, high-quality meals for all District 65 students. All meals served are made using whole grains and low-sodium ingredients.
Students are offered up to six fruit and vegetable selections daily. All meals are accompanied by wholesome fat-free or low-fat milk. When possible, locally-grown produce and meat is served, including apples, berries, corn, and bone-in chicken.
All meals, food, and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements that are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines and are prepared and served by qualified school nutrition professionals.
If your child has special dietary needs, please contact our Nutrition Services Coordinator at (847) 859-8130.
Did you know that you could pay for school meals online? Learn more at MySchoolBucks.
Please note that menus are being finalized for the 2022-2023 school year and will be available the first week of August.
Nutrition Information for School Meals
District 65 participates in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast program. Both programs are federally funded, directed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and implemented by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
The Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act was signed by the President in 2010, with implementation beginning in 2012. The rule represents the first major revision of school meal standards in more than 15 years and ensures our kids' lunches and breakfasts have more whole grains, vegetables, and fruits, and less fat and sodium and sets sensible calorie limits based on the age of children being served. The documents below contain nutrition information for food and beverages served in District 65 schools. A nutrition analysis of school meals was completed using NutriKids, a USDA-approved software program, and by a Registered Dietitian. The analysis includes serving size, pertinent nutrition values, and its specific contribution towards the National School Lunch Program meal pattern. A nutrition analysis of ala carte snacks and beverages was conducted by the district's Nutrition Services Coordinator, a Registered Dietitian.