Introducing MealViewer, a New Way to Access School Menus
Beginning School Year 2022-23, we are excited to offer school meal menus through MealViewer, an online menu service that keeps school communities up-to-date on their school’s daily breakfast and lunch menus. It also allows families to create a profile for their students that includes their allergens, notifying them when that allergen is on the menu. It even gives students an opportunity to provide feedback on school meals.
You may view menus online at the CPS MealViewer website, or through the MealViewer app. Creating a profile is not required to view menus for your school. For assistance setting up your profile, view the instructional video. To learn more about navigating the app, view the introductory video in English or Spanish. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Nutrition Support Services at Food@cps.edu.
MealViewer is currently available for a majority of CPS schools, with the remaining schools being added over the course of the upcoming school year. If your school is not yet included, please reach out to your school’s administration to request a menu.
Help Us Create New Menus
Parents, please take a short survey about breakfast and lunch items your child enjoys.
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