We are excited to serve up happy and healthy to Mundelein School District 75. We are proud to welcome students into their newly revamped school cafes loaded with new flavors, events, and wellness education! Our goal every day is to make sure that students leave the cafeteria happier and healthier than when they arrived.
As classrooms evolve, so must we. Chartwells K12 continues to bring technology to the forefront of the dining experience to help students and parents make informed choices. We understand you want to know about the food students eat – the ingredients and how it’s prepared. Nutrislice, our menu software platform, provides easy, up-to-date and immediate access to all South Bend Community School menus. You’ll have access to food descriptions, nutrition, and allergen information.
Mundelein District 75 Menus
Serving Up Happy
We believe that happy cafeterias start with people. In order to bring creativity and joy to each meal, we have created programs that encourage fun and discovery. Our Discovery Kitchen events engage students through an interactive experience to learn about food and nutrition.
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District 75 provides food services at all attendance centers. The breakfast and hot lunch programs are provided as a service to all students and follow National School Lunch Program
You may elect to purchase breakfasts and/or hot lunches in advance by either:
- Paying with a credit card using the here.
- Sending a check to your child’s attendance center in an envelope marked with the student’s name and teacher
Cafe Pre-Pay is now RevTrak
Access the RevTrak
website to pay for school meals for your child.
Staff Deli Menu
Menus for all staff
Free / Reduced Breakfast & Lunch
Beginning 30 days before the start of school, parents may apply for free or reduced lunches by completing the Free and Reduced Lunch Application.
If you have additional questions please contact the registrar at (847) 949-2700, ext. 2020.Eligibility
Federal guidelines are used to determine eligibility and the price of meals. All applications may be subject to federal or state audits. Applicants must submit income for all members living within the home. Applicants with valid Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Special Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) cards are immediately accepted.
Questions concerning payment of fees, insufficient funds, or information on free or reduced meals should be directed to the student services coordinator at (847) 949-2700.