Lansing Catholic Cafeteria
Lansing Catholic High School has a closed campus. That means students may not leave for lunch nor are outside guests allowed in our cafeteria. LCHS has two lunch periods (A & B Lunch) that are each 26 minutes long. A student's lunch period is based on the teacher they have for their 5th period class. Some academic departments have A lunch and others have B lunch.
- Meal Magic Lunch Account
- Lunch Menu
- Application for Free or Reduced Price School Meals
- LCHS Wellness Policy
For the 2021-22 School Year, a complete lunch (1 entree, at least 1 fruit/vegetable, and 1 milk) and a complete breakfast (1 grain, at least 1 fruit/vegetable, and 1 milk) are FREE to all students. Full USDA Press Release.
Lansing Catholic High School also offers breakfast for students each morning. Breakfast is served starting at 7:30 a.m. each day until the beginning of the school day (M-W & F until 8 a.m. and Thursdays until 9 a.m.) Offerings include:
- Sausage, egg, cheese biscuits
- French toast
- Yogurt Parfaits
- Cinnamon rolls
- Mini Banana bread
Meal Magic Lunch Account
Students purchase meals via a Meal Magic account where they enter a pin number (student ID number) and their account is charged. To start a Meal Magic account, or add money to your child’s account, drop off a check in the Main Office with ‘Meal Magic’ and your student's name in the memo line or deposit money into your student's account online here. If you’re interested in viewing your child’s account, please contact Ms. Bridget Norris in the cafeteria.
Regular lunches cost $3.00 which includes:
- Main entrée (pizza slice, burger, chicken sandwich, cold sandwich or chef salad)
- Two vegetable sides
- Two fruit sides
A la carte items also available:
- Salad Bar
Proudly Serving Food Grown By Michigan Farms
10 cents a meal for Michigan's kids and farms. Lansing Catholic is proud to serve food grown by Michigan farms. Learn more at tencentsmichigan.org.
Summer Food Service Program
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was created to ensure that children in lower-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations when they do not have access to the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs. The SFSP, also known as Meet Up and Eat Up, is operated at the local level by program Sponsors and is administered in Michigan by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE), Office of Health and Nutrition Services. Program Office: 517-241-5374.
Locating a Summer Food Program Near You
- SFSP Calendar of Events
- Summer Food Service Sponsor Directory
- Meet Up and Eat Up SFSP Site Locator Map
- USDA SFSP Map