Meals to Go Information

            Meals to Go            

       For Students Learning at Home

Chartwells in collaboration with South Eastern School District has developed a contactless drive through meal service that will allow students greater access to food while at home.  

We look forward to seeing you in the upcoming weeks as we serve up happy & healthy … on Thursdays from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. at Kennard Dale High School door 21.

                                                       menu  Great Menus

We serve food kids love to eat! Mickey’s pizza, popcorn chicken, Bosco sticks are just a few....
The menu will consist of classic cold items as well as popular entrees that will be chilled and served cold to be taken home and reheated.  All meals include protein, grains, fruits, vegetables and milk.                            

                                              kid     Who Qualifies

For the 2020-21 school year, Grab and Go Bagged breakfast and lunch meals will be available for all weekdays that they are not scheduled to attend school in person.   For example,  students on the hybrid platform in school 2 days per week may receive breakfast and lunch for 3 remote learning days.  Students enrolled in ROLO or 100% remote learning may receive breakfast and lunch for 5 remote learning days.   Students enrolled in 5 day Brick and Mortar option may receive lunch for the early dismissal days and any other full days off during that week. 
Any child 18 years old and younger residing in the South Eastern School District is eligible for the free meals.  They do not have to be a student in the District.  These students will receive up to 5 breakfast meals and 5 lunch meals per week.                                                                  


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Due to a waiver issued for the school meals programs by USDA breakfast and lunch will be FREE TO ALL STUDENTS for the entire 20-21 school year.  Students will not need to pay for a complete breakfast or lunch.  This includes students in school and those learning virtually.  Meals will be provided free of charge to anyone 0-18 years of age.                           

Meal Pickup Process

Parents or caregivers may pick up student meals, even when the child is not present.  To maintain a safe physical distance, parents will remain in their car (please do not park and get out of car) and they will verbalize the name(s) of the children they are picking up meals for.  Our team will place the meals in your vehicle.  Please make sure there is space available in your vehicle.                                                                   

                                                 How to Register

If you are interested in receiving meals for children in your household, you must sign up each week by completing the form at the link below.  (No drop-ins)  Please complete one form for each student you wish to order meals for.       DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER WEEKLY!              
Meals need to be pre-ordered by Midnight each Monday for pick-up the following Thursday between 3 p.m.- 5 p.m. at Kennard Dale High School (door #21).                       

                                                                Meals to Go order form Sept 23rd

                                                           Meals to Go Calendar

                   to go map

                                             boygirl      Associate Safety

Safety is a big part of our culture because we care about our associates and everyone we serve.  All Chartwells K12 associates participate in COVID-19 specific training developed in consultation with the Cleveland Clinic, undergo health screenings before each workday and follow strict guidelines for glove, mask and physical distancing protocols.  Enhanced cleaning and sanitation measures help assure the safest environments possible.                                           

School Meals are Safe
The centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food & Drug  Administration(FDA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) all stress that there is not evidence COVID-19 spreads via food or food packaging.  Whether the meals are served in school or at a grab-and-go pick up location,  school meal preparation is conducted in strict adherence with federal, state and local food safety regulations.  In addition, CDC and FDA procedures are in place to protect school nutrition staff and students they serve, including the use of Personal Protective Equipment, additional cleaning of food preparation and service areas and regular training on proper hygiene practices and food safety measures.                                                                                                     
                lunch          Serving Up Happy & Healthy

Contact Karen Graham at