Meals During Hybrid Learning

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Meals for Students

A simplified menu will be posted on the district’s MealViewer website. K-12 students in the hybrid model will be able to eat lunch at school on the days they are doing in-person learning and will be able to take home enough meals for the days they are participating in distance learning from home. All families, whether paying for meals or qualifying for free or reduced price meals, will need to fill out a one-time online form to order take-home meal kits.

Meals in School

K-12 students in the hybrid model will eat lunch during the school day on days when they are in the building. Kindergartners will be able to eat a free breakfast. Elementary students will eat in their classrooms. Middle and high school students will eat in the cafeteria. Social distancing guidelines of 6 feet at meal times will be followed to the fullest extent possible.

Additional health and safety precautions will be taken during lunch periods. Students will be required to wear their face coverings until they sit down at their table to eat. There will not be any self service options such as salad bars or condiment dispensers in order to limit contact. Student nutrition staff will serve all food for students. Students will use a touch-free checkout station to limit contact. 

If desired, students will be allowed to bring in their own lunch from home.

Meals on Distance Learning Days

All K-12 students, whether in the hybrid model or the distance learning option, will have the option to take home meal kits every week to be eaten on their distance learning days. Families only have to fill out their meal order form once, as long as they regularly pick up meals and maintain funds in their student’s lunch account.

Click the Appropriate Learning Model Tab to See How to Order Meals for Distance Learning Days

Ordering Meals for Hybrid Learning

Students in the Hybrid Model will take home three meal kits each week to be eaten on their distance learning days. The order form is at the bottom of this section.

About the Hybrid Meal Kits

Each meal kit will include 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches, one for each distance learning day of the week. Fewer meals will be included for shorter school weeks.

  • Breakfast – cold, continental breakfast items
  • Lunch – entree, vegetables, fruit and milk
See the Menu

Weekly Meal Kit Cost for 3 meal kits: Temporarily FREE

Lakeville Area Schools is temporarily providing meals to all students for FREE under an extended U.S. Department of Agriculture program. Free meals under the program will last until December 31, 2020 or until federal funding runs out. If and when the program expires early, the District will communicate any changes, including the prices of meals.

Meal Kit Distribution:

Elementary Students
Elementary families in the Hybrid Model will pick up their three meal kits from their elementary school, just inside the front entrance, between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. *Alternate pick up times for October 14, November 25 and December 23 will be announced at a later date.

Secondary Students
Middle and high school students will take home their meal kits on their second day of in-person learning for the week so they have meals for their next three days at home. Secondary students will pick up their meal kits from their school’s cafeteria.

Group A students will take home meals on Tuesday, which they will eat during their distance learning days on Wednesday-Friday.

Group B students will take home meals on Friday, which they will eat during their distance learning days on the following Monday-Wednesday.

Weekly Meal Schedule for Hybrid Learning

Hybrid Learning Meal Order Form (3-Meals a Week)

IMPORTANT: Canceling and/or Resuming Meals

This is important information that pertains to all K-12 meal orders. Your order will stay active every week, unless meals are not consistently picked up. If there’s a week you plan to not pick up meals or if you no longer wish to receive meals, please email Julie Wharton at whar8602@isd194.org to notify us. If you wish to resume receiving meals after a cancellation or a missed pick-up, you will need to fill out the appropriate order form again.

Ordering Meals for Distance Learning Option

Students in the Distance Learning Option will pick up five meal kits each week to be eaten on their distance learning days. The order form is at the bottom of this section.

About the Distance Learning Meal Kits

Each meal kit will include 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches, one for each day of the week. Fewer meals will be included for shorter school weeks.

  • Breakfast – cold, continental breakfast items
  • Lunch – entree, vegetables, fruit and milk
See the Menu

Weekly Meal Kit Cost for 3 meal kits: Temporarily FREE

Lakeville Area Schools is temporarily providing meals to all students for FREE under an extended U.S. Department of Agriculture program. Free meals under the program will last until December 31, 2020 or until federal funding runs out. If and when the program expires early, the District will communicate any changes, including the prices of meals.

Meal Kit Distribution:

Students will pick-up their meal kits from Lakeville North High School or Lakeville South High School on Wednesdays between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Full-Time Distance Learning Meal Order Form (5-Meals a Week)

IMPORTANT: Canceling and/or Resuming Meals

This is important information that pertains to all K-12 meal orders. Your order will stay active every week, unless meals are not consistently picked up. If there’s a week you plan to not pick up meals or if you no longer wish to receive meals, please email Julie Wharton at whar8602@isd194.org to notify us. If you wish to resume receiving meals after a cancellation or a missed pick-up, you will need to fill out the appropriate order form again


New Lunch Account Platform

Titan LogoThis year the district has adopted a new lunch account platform called Titan. Families will need to create an account and load money into their student’s lunch account through Titan. 

**Any remaining funds families pay have had in Paypams have been transferred to Titan.

Create an Account in Titan

  1. Go to the Titan website and click “Sign Up Today”
  2. Fill out your name, email, create a password and follow remaining sign-up instructions on screen
  3. Go to your email to verify your account creation
  4. Go back to the Titan website and log in to your Titan account
  5. Link your students to your Titan account by clicking the “+” button in the top right or bottom right corners of the screen
    1. NOTE: You will need to enter your student’s ID number. This can be found in the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. To look up your student’s ID number, please view these step-by-step instructions for Infinite Campus.

Add Payment Method and Load Money into Student’s Lunch Account

Payments into your student’s lunch account can be made via cash or check at your school building or at the District Office. Include the student’s name and student ID with payment.

Payments into your student’s lunch account can also be made online through your Titan account. Please note, Titan requires a minimum of $30 be loaded at a time for each student. To load money through Titan:

  1. Go to the Titan website and log in to your account
  2. To add funds, click “Add One Time Payment”
  3. Add your funds (minimum of $30) and enter your credit card information

You can always contact Titan customer support at 844-467-4700. Press 2, then press 1. You can also email support@titank12.com


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