Food Services

District 156 Food Services

For the 22-23 school year, breakfast and lunch will no longer be free.

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 also available below.

Breakfast: $1.95 Lunch: $3.20

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



February 2023

February 2023 McHenry Community High School Wednesday February 1: Pot Stickers Thursday, February 2: Street Tacos. Friday February 3: Chicken parmesan pasta, Monday February 6: Walking tacos, Tuesday, February 7: Warrior Burger Wednesday February 8: Early Release Bosco sticks, Thursday February 9: Chili Cheese Fries Friday, February 10: Warrior Wing Bar, Monday February 13: Pasta bar your choice of sauce.  Tuesday, February 13: grilled cheese and tomato soup, Wednesday February 15: chicken and waffles, Thursday, February 16: Quesadillas, Friday, February 17: no school, Monday, February 20: No School, Tuesday February 21: Mashed potato bowl with mini corn dogs, Wednesday February 22: Breakfast for lunch, Thursday, February 23: lasagna roll ups, Friday, February 24; Chicken bacon ranch sandwich, Monday, February 27: Nachos, Tuesday, February 28: Bosco sticks. News each 3.20 lunch includes entree plus 3 sides of your choice Sides include fresh or canned fruit, fresh or cooked vegetable, fries or milk. USDA guidelines require each meal include a fruit or vegetable. Additional daily entree offerings: cheeseburger, pizza slice, regular or spicy chicken patty, fresh salads, Grab N Go sandwich, Made to order deli (UC only) Menu subject to change based on availability


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