• Distance Learning Lunch Information

    Important Lunch Information - MONDAY LUNCH SERVICE ONLY

    The Larkspur-Corte Madera School District is partnering with our lunch provider LunchMaster to provide five days of lunch and breakfast in one package, once a week, for all LCMSD students.  Pick up, drive-thru location is Hall Middle School, 200 Doherty Drive in Larkspur.

    All LCMSD students are eligible to receive a lunch at no cost.  LCMSD wants all families to feel comfortable accepting help in this time of need.  Please do not order lunch online, we are pre-ordering lunches to be delivered fresh Monday  morning.

    LCMSD will be handing out boxed lunches on Monday's only at Hall Middle School.  The hours for pick up drive-thru are 11am - 12:00pm. This new process will help limit exposure to everyone involved.

    Please come pick up an entire week's worth of breakfast and lunch that are securely packaged within one box.

    All boxes will include fruit, veggie and milk and a main lunch and breakfast

    *Vegetarian options available upon request

    If you are unable to pick up the lunch at Hall Middle School on Monday during 11am - noon, please contact Nichole Urrea, nurrea@lcmschools.org or 415-927-6960 x1 to coordinate other arrangements.  You can also coordinate with a neighbor and they can receive your student's lunch to bring to you.


    Information when Distance Learning is over

    The Larkspur-Corte Madera School District has contracted with TheLunchMaster for the Hot Lunch program for all three of our school sites.  TheLunchMaster is a family owned and operated business.

    Parents/guardians will need to register an account for each student HERE and then will be able to order lunches up to 4 weeks in advance.  Payments for the lunches will go through TheLunchMaster software.

    First Step to Register HERE

    You will need to know your students school code to register for an account.

    School Codes:

    Hall is hallmiddle

    Neil Cummins is neilcummins

    Cove is coveschool

    Instructions for registering your student for a hot lunch account and also how to order lunches are here.  There are two separate steps in this process.  Registering your student will help TheLunchMaster customize your student’s menu based on diet restrictions and allergies.

    Families that were on the National School Lunch Program (free/reduced lunches) in 2018-19 will need to complete an application to qualify for 2019-2020 school year.  Please register online www.thelunchmaster.com and click the FRL button.  Nichole Urrea at the district office will receive your request and contact you.  If you were not on the program last year but feel you may qualify for free or reduced lunches, please click the request FRL button and you will be contacted.

    If you have any questions about registering and ordering lunches, please feel free to contact TheLunchMaster customer service anytime at lunchmaster@nobhillcatering.com or (855) 565-8624 and select option 2.

    For Free/Reduced application and information contact Nichole Urrea, nurrea@lcmschools.org or 415-927-6960 x1


    How much does lunch cost?

    Lunches cost $6.00 per day. Late lunches are $7.50 ~ with a 3% credit card processing fee per order. 

    You may opt to pay with a check to avoid the 3% fee.  Write a check payable to LCMSD for the amount you choose and deliver it to the District Office (230 Doherty Dr. Larkspur).  When the check is received, you will receive  notification that the credit is on your account and you can order lunches.

    What if my student forgets his/her lunch?

    If your child receives a LunchMaster emergency lunch because they do not have a lunch ordered the cost is $7.50 charged to your credit card by LunchMaster. 

    If the LunchMaster emergency lunches run out OR if your child is not registered with The LunchMaster,  your child can receive a healthy snack from the school office, the cost is $3.00 payable to Larkespur-Corte Madera School District. (you will be billed).

    Do meals served follow certain nutritional regulations?

    Our District participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and receives funding for compliant meals served to students. In order to receive funding, our District must follow strict requirements on portion sizes including specifications for Saturated Fat, Trans Fat, Calories and Sodium.  In addition, lunches served each day must include required amounts of protein, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and milk.  A variety of vegetables from certain subgroups including dark green leafy, red/orange, and legumes (dried peas and beans) are also required each week.

    If my child is still still hungry, are seconds available?  

    No. The District operates under the Offer versus Serve model. Students will be served once and should request enough food while receiving their allowable portions of meat/meat alternative, grains, vegetables and/or fruits, and milk. Students may request larger portions of fruits and vegetables if quantities are available. 

    What were the results of the survey I took last fall?

    • 510 parents responded to the survey
    • Top five factors contributing to hot lunch participation: convenience, quality of food, my children like the lunch, organic, and nutritional value.
    • The price of hot lunch. . .
      • Is a good value: 18%
      • Is about right: 59%
      • Is too much: 20%
      • No response: 3%
    • 94% of parents are interested in an in-house program, like the Conscious Kitchen, if it stays within $1 of the current pricing

    Board Policy 5030, Student Wellness recognizes the link between student health and learning and desires to provide a comprehensive program promoting healthy eating and physical activity for district students. We coordinate and align district efforts to support wellness through health education, physical education and activity, health services, nutrition services, psychological and counseling services, and a safe and healthy school environment. We are committed to providing nutritious, healthy lunches that include fresh, locally sourced, organic, non-GMO foods to the extent possible. We work closely with The LunchMaster to provide our school lunches.