Stonebridge provides breakfast and lunch every day for students. Lunches are prepared daily with fresh ingredients according to the Minnesota Department of Education’s Food and Nutrition Services standards. If your student has any allergies or special food needs, please call the school and we will work with our food service to ensure we are able to meet a students’ dietary needs. Stonebridge will provide reasonable modifications to Program meals to accommodate children with disabilities. Stonebridge will provide reasonable accommodations for special dietary needs based on medical, religious or moral convictions. Forms are available upon request. Due to Minnesota state food requirements snacks and drinks are not allowed to be brought from home and added to the school lunch.
Lunch will be provided free to all students at Stonebridge this year according to the Community Eligibility Provision.
Students can also bring a balanced bag lunch from home. We request that all home lunches follow the same standards as school lunches and include: fruit, vegetable, bread grain and a protein/meat/meat alternative. Milk will be available for all students. No fast food or soda is allowed.
Parents need to fill out a form to opt out of school lunch. The form will indicate that your child will be bringing a home lunch. Once the school receives this form a school lunch will not be ordered for the student. If a parent wants to change the student designation and receive a school lunch, a form must be completed and turned into the office. A five-day notice is necessary to make a lunch change. If there is not a lunch opt out form on file it will be assumed the students is eating a school lunch. Limited changes will be allowed.
If students are experiencing distance learning the school will provide breakfast and lunch for the school days not in the building.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.