Food Service With Aramark
OASD has built a strong food service program over the past several years. We've invested in the food service equipment and kitchens, improved food quality, partnered with local providers, and successfully accommodated many students with food allergies. Each day our team of food service employees prepare and serve over 3,000 meals to students in our eight schools. It has been proven that students need good nutrition to feed their minds and bodies to enable them to learn while in school. Our goal is to provide a high quality, safe, and healthy meal to every OASD student while providing the best customer service possible.
If you have questions about the OASD's new food service partner, Aramark, please contact:
Breakfast & Lunch Menus
For information on breakfast and lunch during the summer, please click this link for the Virtual Learning Hub. The summer food distribution schedule is listed under the Food Service Resources drop-down box.
More information on breakfast and lunch menus for the 2020-21 school year coming soon!
Food Service Payments
Payment for the OASD Lunch/Breakfast Program may be made through Skyward Family Access. The convenience and flexibility of using Family Access for online payments will help to eliminate last minute check writing hassles, improve efficiencies, and reduce worries that a child may lose or forget the money intended for school lunch or that he/she might spend it on other non-lunch items.
If you have additional questions about the OASD Food Service Program, please contact the Food Service Director at (262)-560-2146.
Free & Reduced Meal Information
The Oconomowoc Area School District offers healthy meals every school day. Children in the OASD may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals.
Aramark Employment Opportunities
Aramark is always looking for talented people to become part of the Oconomowoc Area School District team. To learn more about Aramark and job openings, please visit the Careers section of their website.
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