GRACE is committed to its Food Service mission: “Help our students be healthy, well-nourished, balanced, confident and ready to achieve academic excellence and life skills, while growing in their Catholic faith.”
GRACE Director of Food Service Jamie Hurley, RD, CD, a state-licensed Registered Dietitian, and the dedicated Food Service professionals at our school sites are passionate about providing healthy, student-friendly, nutritious and affordable meals each school day.
All GRACE schools using our Food Service program participate in the United States Department of Agriculture’s National School Lunch Program. The program ensures daily nutritional components are met for lunch, provides students and families with additional resources (such as the Free and Reduced Meal Eligibility Program), and provides additional grant funding for our schools.
To learn more about specific food service items within the GRACE Food Service Department, please visit the website sections below.
School Lunch Menus
GRACE Food Service utilizes different menus within our Food Service Department based on facility and school site needs.
Please click the school to access its lunch menu:
- Father Allouez Catholic School
- Holy Cross Catholic School
- Holy Family Catholic School
- Notre Dame of De Pere
- Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School
- St. Bernard Catholic School
- St. John the Baptist School
- St. Thomas More Catholic School
For the 2021-2022 school year, all lunch meals (and breakfast meals, where applicable) will be free of charge for all students, regardless of their free, reduced or paid lunch status. However, this does not include purchasing a milk separately.
The free meals are the result of a USDA/DPI Federal Funding Grant called Seamless Summer Option (SSO).
Please note that normal program requirements and options remain the same. For example, if you typically applied for free or reduced price meals before (links to those forms are available below), please continue to do so, as this information is used for other program benefits such as Pandemic Food Share (P-EBT).
For question, please contact GRACE Director of Food Service Jamie Hurley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free and Reduced Meal Eligibility Program
All GRACE students will receive free meals (milk must be purchased separately) as the result of a USDA/DPI Federal Funding Grant called Seamless Summer Option (SSO). But normal program requirements and options remain the same. So if you typically applied for the Free and Reduced Meal Eligibility Program please continue to do; that information is used for other program benefits such as Pandemic Food Share (P-EBT).
Paper copies also are available at the GRACE Riverside Office, 1822 Riverside Drive, Green Bay, and at all school offices.
If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Gierczak, GRACE Food Service Administrative Assistant, at (920) 499-7330, ext. 1004.