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Breakfast & Lunch Menus

BREAKFAST: A full student breakfast includes a choice of entree supplying grain and/or protein, two (2) fruit side dishes, and a selection of milk. Milk choices include 1% white and skim chocolate.

LUNCH: A full student lunch includes a choice of entrée supplying protein and grain, two (2) vegetable side dishes, one (1) fruit side dish, and a choice of milk. Milk choices include 1% white and skim chocolate.

Breakfast & Lunch is Free for all Students. Menu items subject to change due to availability.

Menu items subject to change due to availability.

Introducing the new way to explore the delicious meals offered at Flint Cultural Center Academy – the Nutrislice school menu service. We are excited to announce that the school breakfast and lunch menus are now published through Nutrislice. This interactive digital platform provides students, parents, staff, and the community with a comprehensive view of the meals we proudly serve.

With Nutrislice, you can easily access the menu, nutrition facts, carbohydrate counts, and allergy information. It’s a user-friendly tool that puts the information you desire just a few clicks away! For families who prefer different languages, Nutrislice offers the option to view the menu in multiple languages. To make the most of this service, simply download the FREE Nutrislice app from the App Store or Google Play. With the app, you’ll have all the information you need right at your fingertips. Additionally, you can easily print menus directly from Nutrislice with a simple click.

Discover the diverse and nutritious meals available at Flint Cultural Center Academy through Nutrislice today!

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