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Hillsdale County ISD proudly partners with Hillsdale Community Schools for Breakfast and Lunch services. All meals are planned, cooked, and distributed from Hillsdale Community Schools. Hillsdale Community Schools' Food service Department is managed by Chartwells Dining Services, a division of Compass Group.
Laura Call is the food service director of Hillsdale Community Schools and Hillsdale County ISD. Laura oversees the food service program in its entirety and develops the menu for Greenfield School. If you have menu questions or dietary questions, please contact Laura at 517-437-3281, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Nikki Henson is a secretary for the Greenfield School at Hillsdale County ISD, as well as the manager for the food service record keeping. Please contact Nikki if you have questions regarding free and reduced meals, payments, or overall concern of the food program
MEAL PRICES 2018-2019 BREAKFAST FULL PAY: $1.76 REDUCED PAY: $0.30 LUNCH FULL PAY: $2.91 REDUCED PAY: $0.40 MILK ONLY STUDENT: $0.30 ADULT: $0.40 ADULT MEAL PRICES BREAKFAST: $2.16 LUNCH: $3.77FIND WHERE THE FREE LUNCH PROGRAM IS IN YOUR AREA DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS AT:Click on image to view the flyer.
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