Nutrition & Food Services

Welcome to Food Services!

This webpage offers the families and students of Bloomfield Hills an in-depth look at the Food Service department. We will offer you nutritional tips, give you a detailed look at the menus that we provide for your children and introduce you to our catering services for parties or gatherings. We will also give you step-by-step instructions to our pre-payment plan and show you how you can add to your student's account from home.

Payment Information

To make payment or for more information regarding payments visit this link:


School Dish

Check out School Dish, our new website featuring nutritional information, menus, programs and more! If you don't see the menus posted on School Dish, look to the right side of this page where they are listed as well.


For cafeteria inquiries please contact Kris Andonian at

The Goals of the Food and Nutrition Department

  • Provide meals that are high quality, nutritious and appealing to students and staff.
  • Serve food that is safe, wholesome and prepared according to proper food handling and sanitation procedures.
  • The food service staff are dedicated employees, providing excellent customer service, making your concerns a high priority.
  • The program operates on a self-supporting basis with fiscal responsibility.
  • Food services continuously strive to improve the nutritional quality and student acceptance of school meals by developing new recipes, offering as many choices as possible, focusing on food presentation and promoting healthy food selections.

Job Opportunities

Looking for a job that will help children and work around the school year calendar?

Call the Food Services department at 248.341.5672 to inquire about our job openings!

What is a School Lunch

  • School meals are planned to meet at least 1/3 of a student's recommended dietary allowance for various age groups.
  • Each student meal includes a minimum of five required food items:
    • Meat or meat alternate
    • Fruit
    • Vegetable
    • Grains/bread
    • Milk
  • "Offer vs. Serve"
    • A wide variety of foods are offered within each food group so that students can select a well-balanced meal. USDA requires that students must choose at least three of the five offered food items. All three food items must be selected from different food groups and one must be either a fruit or vegetable, to assure they meet their recommended nutrient levels.
    • Students taking fewer than three items will be charged a la carte prices.

Free & Reduced Lunch

  • Families that qualify can receive free or reduced price meals. Families that were approved last year must fill out a NEW form within the first two weeks of school to continue assistance.
  • Download the Free and Reduced Application by clicking the link on the right hand side of the food service page under "resources".  Make sure to complete the sharing information survey as well to qualify for other district benefits such as "pay to participate".
  • Confidentiality - All children receiving free or reduced meals are kept confidential.
  • Free/reduced meals include 1 entree, half cup fruit, half cup vegetable and carton of milk. To qualify students must take at least an entree with either a fruit or vegetable.
  • All other items, including bottled beverages, extra sides and snacks, are not included in the meal and must be paid for separately.
  • Green "MyTray" signs are at all of the registers if the students are confused about what is included in the meal.
  • Our nutrition staff are always happy to assist students with what comes with a meal as well.
  • Families who qualify for reduced or free lunches can deposit money in their student's account to purchase extra menu or snack items.
  • Milk: $ .60 for skim, lowfat white, or fat free chocolate
  • A la Carte items: Varying prices

Field Trip Lunches

  • Food Service can provide students with a "special bag lunch" for field trips that require classes to be away during the lunch period
  • Lunches are billed directly to the student's account just as if they were in school
  • All orders must be in to the school cafeteria or classroom teacher a week prior to the field trip

Catering Menu

Let Bloomfield Hills Food Services fill that catering need!

2018-19 New Catering Menu

Ace's Monthly Message

Welcome to Ace, our nutrition mascot! Ace knows that at school is a great place to get the healthy things you need to grow big and strong. Visit to view Ace's monthly message!

Healthy For Life-Nutrition Information

Healthy for Life is a program offered by Aramark to help bring nutrition and health information to our students, families, and community. We have new information and tips available every season. Printed copies are also available at your student's school.


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