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Chef Donna speaking with students during Potato Power Discovery Kitchen at Deerfield.
Students selecting fruits and vegetables at farmers market at Village Oaks.
Students voting a School Choice Station.
Pulled turkey sandwiches for Big City BBQ tasting.
Director with students learning about Mood Boost at Village Oaks Elementary.
Student selection raspberries at mood boost at Village Oaks Elementary.
Group of girls celebrating Mood Boost at Village Oaks Elementary.
Mood Boost Set up at Novi Middle School.
Student selecting food at middle school mood boost.
Ramen Noodle Bowl closeup.
Wild Greens Salad Station offerings.
Cook assembling pizza at Build station.
Deerfield students celebrating Apple Crunch Day.
Middle School kitchen staff celebrate Apple Crunch Day
Summer Meals are available through the Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program. To find a location near you please visit  the Michigan Department of Education's Meet Up and Eat Up Up Summer Food Program map.
You may also call 211 or text Food to 877-877 to find a location nearest you.

Nutrition and Food Service Department

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Mood Boost is here!

Mood Boost with elementary moodies

Featured in Food Service Director, Novi was the first district to roll out an innovative new concept teaching students about how the foods they eat affect their mood and performance.


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Nutrition and Food Services
25345 Taft Road
Novi, Michigan 48774

Office Phone: (248) 449-1200 x2020
Fax: (248) 449-1215
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


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Evol Gazzarato, Director





Lori Heicher, Secretary

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Donna O'Malley, Executive Chef





Wellness policy  

The Board of Education recognizes that student wellness is integral to learning, growth and development.  The School District will promote proper nutrition and nutrition education, as well as regular physical activity, as steps toward student wellness.  The Superintendent will develop administrative regulations to implement this policy.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.