DGS Food Services

District 99 partners with Chartwells to prepare meals for students. Chartwells adheres to the National School Lunch Program guidelines. Questions? Contact Jennifer Croasdale at 630-795-8494.

Current Menus

Breakfast is served daily from 7:15 to 7:55 a.m. and is available to all students.  Breakfast Combo Meal is $1.50 (Students qualifying for reduced breakfast, the Combo Meal is $0.30. Students qualifying for free breakfast, the Combo Meal is free.).  Click here for details about the Breakfast Combo Meal. Ala carte items charged separately.

Lunch Menu

Lunch is served daily and is available to all students. Lunch Combo Meal is $3. (Students qualifying for reduced lunch, the Combo Meal is $0.40. Students qualifying for free lunch, the Combo Meal is free). Click here for details about the Lunch Combo MealAla carte items charged separately. If students don't choose the Combo Meal, all items are charged as separate ala carte items.

 
HOW TO PAY FOR MEALS

All students have an account tied to their student ID.  When students reach the cafeteria cashiers, they will scan their ID or enter their ID number.  To pay for meals and ala carte items, students may pay by cash or check or via MySchoolBucks online, where they may prepay for meals by echeck or credit card (please note that there is a $1.95 convenience fee per transaction).

Log In to MySchoolBucks

Free and Reduced Meal Application

Some families will automatically receive free meal benefits based on information provided by the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Illinois State Board of Education.  These families will be notified by the district office of this status. 

Families that may be eligible for free or reduced meals are encouraged to fill out the online application:

Free and Reduced Meal Application

Families who apply will be notified by mail once your application has been processed or you may call the school office at 630-795-8500 for more immediate updates. 

 

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