Cafeteria Food & Nutrition

Fisher Catholic High School’s Food and Nutrition Services provides a comprehensive lunch daily to our students. The Wellness Guidelines are reviewed annually and updated to meet the current regulations. You can view the current Wellness Policy here

  • All items on the regular lunch menu, including French fries, are baked not fried. 
  • Healthy snack and beverage machines are located in the cafeteria. 
  • Total fat content of all items served is less than 30% of calories, with less than 10% of the calories from saturated fat.  
  • We encourage our students and staff to eat a variety of grains, fruits and vegetables daily. 

Healthy eating helps children to grow, develop and do well in school. Healthy eating helps to prevent childhood and adolescent health problems such as obesity and diabetes, it also lowers the risk of future health problems such as heart disease, strokes and cancer. Healthy Eating habits begin at home and are supported by the food served at school.  

For questions, comments or concerns about the Wellness Guidelines or if you are interested in joining the troop of Food Service Volunteers, please contact: ekline@cdeducation.org

“This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”

Welcome to the Fisher Catholic High School Cafeteria Food and Nutrition Services where we inspire our students to learn positive eating habits. We strive to offer well-balanced meals, encouraging a healthy lifestyle, while developing healthy minds and bodies. 

Cafeteria Food and Nutrition Services consists of a dedicated director and an amazing team of volunteers who are dedicated to students of FCHS. We proudly prepare and serve over 16,000 meals per year to the students of our school. We support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.

Cost

Fisher Catholic High School participates in the National School Lunch Program, which offers students free and reduced lunches as determined by family income. 

Payment on Account

Cafeteria Food and Nutrition has a computerized student meal accounting system through the FACTS system which allows parents the option of placing money on each student’s account for full meals, including milk, as well as snacks and a la carte items. The money is placed on the students account, then, as they take their daily meal, choose snacks or a la carte items, the cost of these items will be subtracted from the balance, allowing the student to purchase additional items until the account reaches zero. If a parent wants to remove the excess amount from a student’s account, the parent can fill out a request and the Business Manager’s office will issue a refund check. For safety and accountability reasons, we are not permitted to hand cash back to the students or their families.

Families can set up an automated payment method via debit or credit card. We also accept cash and checks at the cafeteria or Front Office.

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