2023-2024 School Year Updates:
During the 2023-2024 School Year, all schools participating in the School Breakfast Program (SBP) are to provide free breakfasts for all enrolled in-person students. Additionally, students identified as eligible for reduced-price lunches through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) will not be charged for their meals.
Governor Shapiro has approved the universal FREE breakfast program during the 2023-2024 school year. ALL students will be required to make a meal for the breakfast to be considered free. A breakfast meal consists of 3 items, one of them being a fruit. Along with the universal FREE breakfast program, Governor Shapiro also approved NO COST meals for any student who qualifies as REDUCED status. To qualify for FREE or REDUCED status, families MUST submit an application for Free & Reduced Priced Meals. This application uses family income to identify the status of the students attending CLSD. Families who are currently receiving SNAP, TANF or specific MA do not need to submit an application as they are Directly Certified (DC) for free meals by the state. Families approved for DC status will be notified through email by August 18th.
Families who DO NOT SUBMIT a new application by Oct 1st will have their current status changed to PAID. All debt incurred while the student is in PAID status will be the responsibility of the household. Families should submit an application (online @ https://www.schoolcafe.com/CLSD) before Oct 1st to avoid incurring unpaid meal debt.
Meal Prices are as follows:
|Middle School Breakfast||—||—||—|
|Middle School Lunch||—||—||$2.85|
|High School Breakfast||—||—||—|
|High School Lunch||—||—||$2.95|
- The à la carte price of milk remains at $.50 per carton
- Adult breakfast and lunch prices remain at $2.75 and $4.25, respectively.
September/October 2023 Daily Breakfast & Lunch Menus
** Please be advised that the CLSD Food Service Department and menus are subject to change. **
Click on the school headings below to download a pdf version to view or print out.
Families with students who have allergies/special diets should contact their school nurse AND Ms. Emily Rodriguez if their student will be consuming school meals. Food Service has worked with many families to provide nutritional details for families requesting such information.