Food Services

District 156 Food Services

Food Service Payments

Credit card payments can be made using the food service payment system through Skyward Family Access. If parents do not have a current Skyward Family Access account, they will need to set up a new account. Scroll and watch the videos below to learn how to add money into your student's food service account. Applications for free and reduced meals are available below.

Breakfast: $1.95 Lunch: $3.30

Cash is not accepted in the cafeterias. However, students can turn in cash to the front office and it will be added to their food service account.

How to add money into your student's food services account:



September 2023 Food Services Calendar McHenry Community High School Lunch menu. News Each $3.30 lunch includes entree plus 3 sides of your choice. Sides inlcude fresh or canned fruit, fresh or cooked vegetables, fries or milk. USDA guidelines requires each meal to include a fruit or vegetable. Additional entree daily offerings. Cheeseburger, pizza slice, regular or spicy chicken patty, fresh salads, grab and go sandwich, made to order deli (UC only) Plant based lunch options available upon prior request. Menu subject to change based on availability. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Menu is subject to change. A variety of milk is offered each day. Friday,  September 1: Chicago Style or Chili Cheese Dog, Monday September 4: no school. Tuesday September 5: walking tacos. Wednesday September 6: early release bosco sticks. Thursday, September 7: General chicken with fried rice. Friday September 8, Chili Cheese Fries. Monday, September 11: Mac and cheese with popcorn chicken. Tuesday, September 12: chicken fajita. Wednesday September 13: Early release breakfast for lunch. Thursday, September 14: pasta bar. Friday September 15: chicken and waffle. Monday September 18 Warrior Burger. Tuesday September 19: Nacho. Wednesday September 20: Early release bosco sticks. Thursday September 21: orange chicken with noodles. Friday September 22: Italian beef. Monday September 25: mashed potato bowl with mini corn dogs. Tuesday, September 26: potstickers with fried rice. Wednesday, September 27: Early release. French bread pizza. Thursday, September 28; grilled cheese with tomato soup. Friday August 29: Lasagna roll up


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