Hawthorn is partnering with Fresh Ideas to provide a healthy dining program for our students. We know how important it is for students to fuel their bodies and their minds.
Hawthorn girls will have the option to eat breakfast at school between 7:40 and 8:00. Depending on the students' lunch schedules, lunch is typically served some time between 11:39 and 12:53 on any given day. A snack will be provided in the afternoon. Monthly menus will be posted on the website for students and families to review.
We inspire students to be educated eaters. We believe in providing high quality, nutritious, fresh foods combined with education about the importance of living a healthy and balanced life.
Fresh Ideas' dietitians are available to answer questions, provide food plans and work with students on food allergies. They can be contacted at askthedietitian@
Meal Pricing & Menu
Hawthorn is considered a CEP school; all students receive free lunch and breakfast.
Click to view the Hawthorn Health and Wellness Policy.
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