Food Services

Curbside pick-up flyer

This fall during Remote Learning 2.0, Aramark and District 401 will provide free meals for everyone 18 and under beginning Wednesday, Sept. 9. 

Food pick-ups will occur twice a week at Elmwood Park High School at the following times, excluding holidays:

► Mondays, 9 to 11 a.m., Door #4 (near the EPHS tennis courts)
► Wednesdays, 9 to 11 a.m., Door #4 (near the EPHS tennis courts)

No order form or student ID is required for free meal pick-up. This will continue until the end of December 2020. Each pick-up consists of a five-day supply of bagged breakfasts and lunches.

Order forms will return in January 2021. Thanks for your continued support! To learn more about the curbside program, watch this video or visit Aramark's SchoolDish website.

Food Service Home Delivery

We want everyone to have access to meals during this time. If circumstances prevent you from making it to the high school for food pick-ups, you may register for food delivery. To do so, please submit the following form:

Fall 2020 Home Delivery Registration Form

The order form is also available on the SchoolDish website under the "Curbside Ordering" tab.

Cost & Payment

This program is free throughout the fall for everyone 18 and under. No student ID is required.

Home Cooking Ideas & More

As we continue into fall with our curbside pick-up, you might be wondering what you can do with some of the items that might be piling up as a last-resort snack. Hey, we get it! That’s why we have put together this sheet to give you some ideas on ways to reinvent your meals with our food items sent home weekly:

Aramark Home Cooking Ideas

To make the most out of your at-home meals, here are the how-tos of cooking our products in your own kitchens:

Aramark Home Cooking Instructions

We understand that some of these tools might not be available to you, so when possible we will provide alternative cooking methods.

USDA Guidelines

Finally, you might be wondering what exactly constitutes a meal under our fall curbside program. In a normal school year, District 401 operates under the National School Lunch Program. For our fall curbside service and home delivery, we are operating under the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) guidelines:

What Makes a Meal?

This program allows us to serve all members of the community who are under 18 years of age. SFSP does not require the student be enrolled in District 401.

What's Next?

Current waivers are allowing us to serve SFSP through Dec 31, 2020. Upon the resumption of in-person schooling, we will reinstate our normal lunch and breakfast programs unless the USDA extends our waivers through 2021.

Aramark Video on Fall 2020 Free Meal Pick-Ups