Welcome to the cafeterias of Warren Township. The food service staff is committed to providing a variety of nutritious, attractively prepared foods at affordable prices in a safe and sanitary work environment to all our students and staff.
Student nutrition is an important part of the educational process and hungry children cannot learn. It is the staff's pleasure to provide nutritious meals to over 12,000 students everyday. Bob Horan, Resident Director, leads a team of about 150 professionals who prepare, deliver and serve meals daily. At least one or more professionals in each of the schools have successfully completed and passed the ServSafe Food Protection Exam.
Each of our schools offers a variety of menu choices for breakfast and lunch, as well as a la carte items in our intermediate and secondary schools. Our department also caters many special events for the district, prepares meals for athletic teams, provides snacks for faculty meetings and much more.
Food Charge Policy (approved 8.20.14)
Students in grades K-8 will be allowed a maximum of $10 outstanding charge for lunch and high school students are allowed to charge 2 meals after which the child will be provided with a peanut butter sandwich*, fruit and vegetable, and milk at the cost of $.50 per lunch. There will be no charges for breakfast or ala carte items.
*If there is an allergy to peanuts, a cheese sandwich will be supplied.
Foodservice Parent Portal
The Warren Foodservice Parent Portal is available. This website will allow you to access your child's foodservice account. It will also allow you to view the current balance and meal history, as well as place payment into the account. You will need a user ID and password. Contact Barb Smith at 869-4381 or Mason Gallmeyer at 869-4389 to retrieve your user ID and password or with any questions. You may also request a username/password by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Parent Portal website is: https://foodservice.warren.k12.in.us.
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