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Nutrition Services

We are excited to partner with you in nourishing the minds and bodies of our students. 

Here, you'll find a range of helpful resources designed to make your experience with our school's food services as smooth and convenient as possible. From delicious and nutritious menus to accommodating special dietary needs, we're here to provide convenient, affordable, and inclusive services for our students and families. Explore our page to learn more.

Announcement

At this time, only meals are funded.   If a student just wants to take milk, the price would be 50 cents. 

 

Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer (Summer EBT)

Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer (Summer EBT) program will start in the summer of 2024.This federal assistance initiative aims to ensure that children have access to nutritious meals during the summer months when school meal programs are not operational.

What is Summer EBT?
Summer EBT provides eligible families with funds to purchase food during the summer break. These funds ($40 per month/$120 per child) are loaded onto electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards, which can be used to purchase eligible food items at authorized retailers.

Who is Eligible?
Families with school-age children who qualify for free or reduced-price meals during the school year are eligible for the Summer EBT program.

How to Apply?
If you think you are eligible, families can apply for the Summer EBT program by approval of an application for educational benefits completed online through Linq Connect.

Additional information can be found here:  https://www.fns.usda.gov/sebt or by calling 651-748-7529

 

Application for Educational Benefits

Families must reapply every August; the benefit period from the first day of school until the last day of school.

Every ISD 622 family should complete an Application for Educational Benefits (Free or reduced meals) on the LINQ Connect website. The application helps us identify families who need assistance, and also may provide families with discounted rates on athletics and activities fees, and testing fees, among others. Completed applications also allow District 622 to receive funding for classroom programming. This funding helps us stretch our local dollars further.

Families must complete a new form each school year. Also, families who have completed an application and experienced a change in household income or size are encouraged to complete a new one.

The online application process is safe, secure, private, and available anytime, anywhere!

To find our district search, ISD 622 North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District (Minnesota).

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Qualifying families can get discounts on classes and swimming lessons from District 622 Community Education.

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How to get started

  1. Visit https://linqconnect.com/ and click on Register in the upper right corner.

  2. Set up your LINQ account.

  3.  Verify your account by clicking on the link sent to your email address.

    Support: 1-888-GO4-LINQ (or 888-464-5467)

Connie Sarne at John Glenn Middle holding a carved fruit and vegetable decoration

Breakfast and Lunch Menus

We believe that good food fuels great minds, and we're committed to providing nutritious and flavorful meals for our students and staff. Visit LINQ Connect (formerly Titan K12) to view and print breakfast, lunch, and snack menus.
 

View/Print Menus

John Glenn students during their lunch period

Account Refund Form

To request a refund from your student's account, please complete and return the Request for Refund form below.

Auto pay must be turned off by the parent/guardian prior to requesting an account refund.

Contact the Nutrition Services Department at dkavaloski@isd622.org if you have any questions. 

Request for Refund

Two students in the Castle Elementary lunchroom, smiling at the camera.

Student Lunch Accounts

Minnesota State legislation provides for one free breakfast and one free lunch for students at participating schools. Additional breakfasts, lunches, and a la carte items are not free. Families can add money to a student lunch account to allow for the purchase of additional meals or a la carte items.

Add Money to Student Account

Catering

We believe that good food fuels great minds, and we're committed to providing nutritious and flavorful meals for our students and staff. Visit LINQ Connect (formerly Titan K12) to view and print breakfast, lunch, and snack menus.
 

Catering menu

Special Diets

School District 622 recognizes the importance of special dietary needs due to allergy and special diet concerns. In accordance with federal USDA regulations, the Special Diet Statement form must be completed and signed by the parent/guardian as well as the child’s licensed physician before any accommodations are made. A copy of the form must be given to the nutrition services site manager and the school health office.

Parents or guardians are encouraged to visit with the nutrition services site manager to review their child's form and specific needs. 

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Main Contacts

Paula Pohlkamp

Nutrition Services Supervisor

Marie Neisen

Nutrition Services Manager

Deborah Kavaloski

Nutrition Services and Operations Clerk

Elissa Rooney

Nutrition Services Coordinator

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