Child Nutrition hybrid and distance learning meal options
The Anoka-Hennepin child nutrition program is dedicated to providing high quality, nutritious meals to district students. Anoka-Hennepin’s child nutrition department is continuing its participation in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program aimed to provide nutritious meals to students. All meals will be free for students until the end of the 2020-21 school year or until funding is exhausted. The USDA is providing the financial resources for the program.
Ways to receive meals
Fridays: distance learning students
- Students or parents/guardians can pick up distance learning meals at one of the five district high schools. View the schools assigned to each high school page for details on that.
- Meal pick up will be from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday evenings.
- Meals will be picked up from the lobby or vestibule of the high school. Please follow the face covering guidelines when entering the building. You'll need to provide staff with your students name(s) for meal pick up.
- You may be asked to show proof of enrollment for your student(s). A letterhead, report card, student ID, or other district generated document will all work.
- Note: As of Jan. 4, pre-ordering is not required for full distance learners, but still needed for hybrid learners.
Steps to take
Process for to-go meals
Step-by-step online ordering instructions video
Meal prep instruction
Process for in-person meals
Last Modified on March 30, 2021