School Food Survey
Share your opinion on your school's food by participating in the annual CPS School Food Survey. Information collected from the survey will inform school food decisions for next year and beyond. The survey is open through March 9.
Get the Most Out of MealViewer
CPS school menus are now available on MealViewer, an online menu service that keeps communities up-to-date on their school’s daily breakfast and lunch menus. Here's how you can get the most out of MealViewer:
- Create a profile to save student information and provide feedback on school meals. With a profile, you can add allergens to get notified when they are on school menus. Creating a profile is not required to view menus for your school. For assistance setting up your profile, view the instructional video.
- Download the app to access MealViewer on the go. Find the MealViewer app in the Apple and Google stores. To learn more about navigating the app, view the introductory video in English or Spanish.
- Get support and find answers to your questions by contacting the Office of Nutrition Support Services at Food@cps.edu.
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