At Learning Prep School, we focus on helping students make nutritious and appetizing choices each day. Many of our foods are made from scratch using simple, healthy ingredients.
As part of our school’s unique program, high school students are involved in every aspect of lunch production, from preparation to service and clean up. Our new garden-to-table program takes this a step further by allowing students to witness lunch from seed to salad.
Myriad food topics are covered across the LPS curriculum. From math, science and nutrition information to transition and generalized work habits, culinary arts enhance any subject. Students are continually encouraged to make connections from their work in the kitchen to their work in the world. Our ultimate goal is to prepare students for life by giving them first-hand experiences and skills they can apply to many situations.
The LPS kitchen staff is vigilant in allergen awareness. We offer gluten-free options for lunch as noted on the menu, but please note the LPS kitchen is not gluten-free. For the sake of safety, students should not share food, without exception.
Food Service Staff:
Lindsay Cunniff, Food Service Director
Lunch - $3.25
LPS participates in the NSLP adhering to the HHFKA and offers benefit to students who qualify. Online payment options are available at myschoolaccount.com and we also accept cash and personal checks made out to Learning Prep School.
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