We provide the option to purchase a nutritious and delicious lunch via our on-campus partnership with Fresh Tracks, a local catering company. Students are also welcome to bring lunch from home. Meal options from Fresh Tracks include fresh fruit and vegetables, hot bar options, and a salad and sandwich bar. Our school lunch program is 100% nut-free and safe for even the most serious nut allergies. We also only provide milk that is free of rBST and antibiotics. We take great pride in providing our students with well-balanced, fresh, and healthy lunch options.
Ordering at The Nest
Nest Families must pre-order lunch for their children. Parent can do this by logging into My Country Day, under the “Resources” tab, and clicking on “Lunch”. The weekly order forms are on the left side of the page.
The Nest student lunch program cost $4.75 per meal.
Milk is available for an additional $.65 per meal.
Fruit is included with lunch.
Lunch is delivered fresh daily to the Nest.
An invoice will be emailed at the end of each trimester to each family that has used our lunch program.
How it Works at the Main Campus
K-8th Students do not need to preorder. They simply come through the lunch line and choose what they would like for lunch.
|Grade||Hot Lunch||Grab & Go|
|K – Grade 3 Students||$5.50||$5.50|
|Grade 4 – Grade 8 Students||$6.50||$6.50|
Universal Prices for K-Grade 8
|Food Item||Soup Only||Salad Bar||Snack||Milk|
Families at the main campus will be billed at the end of each trimester.
If you would like to prepay for the entire school year and receive two weeks of free lunches, please e-mail Sarah Mahoney.
|Nest (5 day)
Nest (3 day)
Nest (2 day)
|K – Grade 3||$860.00|
|Grade 4 – Grade 8||$975.00|
All RSVPs must be received during the first week of school.
Our Food Standards
Every meal is prepared in house, daily, from scratch!
Every meal includes fresh fruit and vegetables.
Our meals are never fried or overly processed and we never use trans-fats.
The lunch program is 100% nut free and safe for even the most serious nut allergies.
Our milk comes from Sinton’s Dairy and is free of rBST and antibiotics.
We use real plates, silverware and cups. Very little waste!
This year we will begin recycling our milk cartons.
The science classes will be composting food waste for use in our new greenhouse.
Fresh veggies from the greenhouse will be used in food preparation when available.