Students eating lunch


Food service at Woodland

Woodland staff members know that healthy eating helps create healthy minds and bodies. The food service program supports the educational development of our students by providing healthy breakfasts and hot, nutritional lunches to all students. On-site preparation ensures that meals are served hot in compliance with federal, state and local health department regulations. All menus adhere to the guidelines of the United States Department of Agriculture.  


Breakfast in the Classroom / Universal Breakfast

The free Universal Breakfast program is available to all students. Breakfasts are served at the beginning of the school day in the classroom or the lunchroom. Numerous studies show a direct correlation between eating breakfast and improved learning and overall student performance.


Summer Food Service Program

The Summer Food Service Program was created to help 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.

Learn more about the Summer Food Service Program 



PDF DocumentNew national school lunch requirements

PDF DocumentHow to request accommodations for special dietary needs

PDF DocumentSt. Clair County RESA / Woodland Wellness Policy

PDF DocumentUSDA Nondiscrimination Policy

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lunch menu photo


PDF DocumentJanuary 2017



PDF DocumentJanuary 2017


Contact Information

Sarah Hill

Food Service Director

(810) 455-4289


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