During Winter break, CUSD 201 will not be distributing meals. The following is a list of resources that support the families of Westmont. Please do not hesitate to contact these organizations.
Per recently released USDA guidance, meals will be provided free of charge to CUSD 201 families for children age 18 and under. Parents will be given five days of breakfast and lunch for each child.
Meals will be distributed each Monday (except for Holidays) in the evening from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. The dates of meal distribution are as follows:
- Monday, May 3rd
- Monday, May 10th
- Monday, May 17th
- Monday, May 24th
Meals will be distributed at Westmont Junior High. If you have any questions or if you are unable to come the Westmont Junior High at the designated time, please call 630.468.8121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meal Pick-up Information - Please Read
- Pick up location will be Westmont Junior High, 944 Oakwood Drive, Westmont, IL
- Please use the drive off Oakwood in front of the school. You do not need to exit your car, the food will be brought to you.
- When you arrive at the Jr. High, please indicate with your hands the number of students you are picking meals up for.
- Please pop your trunk. The food items will be placed in your trunk. Please have a designated area in your trunk where the Food Service Staff can place the food items in.
NOTE: Meal bags will contain items that will require refrigeration.
Food Service Department
Director of Food Service
Westmont Junior High School
Westmont High School
Our commitment to good nutrition for children just keeps getting stronger!
We are serving healthier meals to our kids-
well-nourished kids do better in school.
District 201 participates in the National School Lunch Program providing meals that are planned in accordance with National nutritional guidelines established by the USDA.
School Breakfast - served daily
School Breakfast meets new standards to ensure students start their day with the nutrition they need to succeed. Grains served with school breakfast must be whole grain or whole-grain rich. Meals meet new calorie ranges and limits on trans-fat.
Research shows that students who start their day with a healthy breakfast perform better in school!
When students returned to school this year they found healthy choices in their school cafeteria.
School meals meet federal nutrition standards ensuring students receive a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins and low fat or fat free milk each school day.
Meals also meet new limits on calories, trans-fat and sodium.
Fruit and Vegetable Selection
(Skim Choc. or 1% White)
Please visit your school’s webpage for a menu.