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Food Service - New Time for Meal Pickup

The Bloomfield Hills Schools food service department continues FREE curbside service. All children (up to 18 years, or under 26 for adults with disabilities) are eligible to receive meals from BHS at this time. A family does not need to participate with the free or reduced meal program to receive meals for the 2020-2021 school year. Adults may collect food for children without children present.

Mondays and Thursdays
12:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Bloomfield Hills High School

Meals will be provided for breakfast and lunch through our next service day. The meals served curbside are intended to be prepared at home, so although all items are pre-cooked, some simple cooking may be necessary to achieve the optimal taste and texture of the product. 

Students who are currently learning in-person are provided meals in their school; either to take home if they are attending half days or cooked in our kitchens and ready to eat in school on full days for FREE, through the end of the 2020-21 school year. 

If you feel that you may qualify for Free or Reduced priced lunches, please make sure to fill out an application or update your existing status. There are many other benefits available if your child does qualify, beyond receiving reduced price or free meals in our schools.

Visit www.bloomfield.org/lunch or call 248.341.5671 for more information.


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District and School Communications

Families are automatically signed up to receive communication from their child's school, teachers, and Bloomfield Hills Schools through Remind and My Bloomfield. Instructions for updating this information are available at www.bloomfield.org/notifications. Here you can manage your contact preferences as they pertain to text, email, and phone call notifications.

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