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COVID-19 Response and Info: DCRHS continues to monitor updates from the Center for Disease Control and local public health agencies.  Our building is open, by appointment.  The 2020-21 school year will begin with 100% remote learning for all students.  This will continue to be assessed and we will return to on-site as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. We will keep you informed as plans change.     If you have any questions or concerns about Distance Learning please contact our Principal, Kevin Cumming, at kcumming@detroitcristorey.org     We will continue to provide a food service program for all students.  A hot lunch and cold breakfast can be picked up daily, M-F, from 11:30am-1pm.  Please contact Ms. Amber Powell, Food Service Manager, with any questions at apowell@detroitcristorey.org.  Prospective families - we are now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year! Please go to Admissions page "How-to-Apply" to learn about our admissions process.  Thank you for your patience and collaboration during these uncertain times. Stay safe and healthy!
Student Life »  Food Service

 Food Service

 'Working together to nourish the minds and bodies of the future.'
 
 
 
SPECIAL NOTICE:

Safe Start Remote Learning = Safe Start Remote Feeding!

DUE TO COVID 19, the first semester of the 2020-21 school will be 100% remote learning.  However, food service is still available to all students. There is NO COST to any DCRHS student to participate.  Details are as follows:

When:   M-F from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Where: The outdoor student commons area (back side of building)
What:    Hot lunch for the day and cold breakfast for next day (Friday pick up will include Monday breakfast)
 
*If you have transportation or calendar issues with the noted schedule, please contact us and we will try to accommodate an alternative option.

Your Food Service Staff:

Ms. Amber Powell
Food Service Manager

Ms. Viola Anaya
Food Service Attendant

Ms. Marcia Frank
Food Service Attendant

Ms. Martha Garcia
Food Service Attendant

Ms. Aida Rosas
Food Service Attendant

 

Contact us: apowell@detroitcristorey.org

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