Archbishop Rummel High School has a variety of food options available everyday in the school cafeteria and the Raider Room. The school’s food selection is modeled after college food court and student commons areas.
Vendors provide a wide selection of appealing menu items at prices less than their regular store prices. The school has reduced the number of fried food offerings. Subway offers freshly-made sandwiches. Papa John’s Pizza offers pizza with reduced fat cheese, which is more nutritious than the Archdiocesan Food Service pizza. Crescent Spoon also offers a salad option every day.
Also noteworthy is the fact that the school has reduced the carbonated soft drink offerings and instead offer more options which include juice, water, and Powerade. The school also offers Powerade Play that has half the calories and all of the new coke Zeros. Coca-Cola has a special school program which all schools who sell Coke products adhere to.
There are several other Catholic high schools that do not offer the Archdiocesan Food Service program. Our prices are comparable to, if not more affordable than, those schools.
Students always have the option to bring their lunch to school. The food service program does not require mandatory fees (as some other school do), nor does it restrict a student from bringing his lunch to school.
The goal of the food service program is to provide work study opportunities for needy students. Through a partnership with vendors, students who would not normally have an opportunity to attend Archbishop Rummel High School are able to do so because of the work study program. Currently, over 100 families benefit from this program.
Breakfast is also served daily in the Raider Room and at Subway in the cafeteria.
Please click on the following links for price lists for current vendors. Please feel free to call Mr. Tim Burns, Director of Student Services, with any questions regarding the school’s lunch program. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Crescent Spoon