Mrs. Cami Whitten, Food and Nutrition Manager
574.259.5257 x 322
This summer we will be offering the summer lunch program here at Marian High School. The cost is free to students 18 year of age and younger and $3.00 to anyone over 18 years of age. Marian summer lunch program will start on Monday, June 8th and will go until Thursday July 23rd. We will be closed the week of June 29th - July 3rd for 4th of July vacation. Our lunch hour is 11:00am until 12:15pm. Please come and join us in the cafeteria. All lunches must be consumed in the cafeteria, sorry no exceptions. Let's all have a great summer.
We are now starting the Choosemyplate.gov offerings, every student has the opportunity to purchase our main lunch for $2.75. They are allowed to choose any 3 to 5 options (ex:Grain, dairy, protein, fruit and vegetable), for $2.75, if they choose to only purchase one or two of each individual options they will be priced out separately.
In addition to our nutritionally balanced hot lunch program, we offer a wide variety of ala carte items. We offer flavorful soup each day and a salad bar. In addition to the soup, we make available the following items:
Please Note that the Partner Schools' Menu may differ from the Marian Menu)
Subject to change without notice depending upon availability of food items.
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Last modified 03/20/2013.