Ann Maisel Café

The most basic way to nurture others and express how much they are valued.

Food Service Program for 2016–17

The Ann Maisel Café is open from 7:30am–2:15pm daily.
 
In the morning, we offer a variety of breakfast options, including fresh organic oatmeal with dried fruits and nuts, various cereals, homemade granola, fruit, bagels, toast, juices, organic yogurt, milk, coffee, hot chocolate, and tea.
 
The daily lunch is included in tuition, and students may choose one of the following options:
  1. Main entrée of the day. Vegetarian option always available. (A monthly menu is posted below.)
  2. Fresh-made sandwich. Avocado and bacon cost extra
  3. Large salad from our extensive salad bar.
  4. Small salad with a small homemade soup or baked potato (availability varies).

HOURS
  • Salad bar is available daily from 10am–1pm.
  • Sandwich station is open from 11:30am–1pm. (You can pre-order a sandwich so you don’t have to wait in the cashier’s queue. Pre-order slips can be found in the Café, Foyer, and science/theatre wing.)
  • Main entrée is available from 10 minutes before lunch until then end of lunch.
  • Fresh fruit is available for free between 1–3pm.
  • Other food items are available daily for purchase, including assorted snacks, juices, and pre-made sandwiches between 1–3pm. Use your lunch code to purchase anything beyond the standard fare; the amount will be deducted from your account. Price lists are posted in the café.

Environmental Commitment

The Food Service program at LWHS focuses on providing healthy, nutritional meals and snacks for 470 students and more than 100 faculty and staff in order to build community and model healthy eating habits and environmental stewardship. Cooked from scratch and made fresh daily, the Food Service team uses local and organic produce whenever possible. For instance, LWHS supports local produce purveyors such as Greenleaf produce that in turn work with small local farmers.

Not only are we committed to nutrition and locally grown produce, Food Service does what it can to help the environment. It has a zero waste policy, composting and recycling where possible, and not using disposable dishes or utensils. Seven years ago, Food Service stopped the sale of bottled water because of its environmental impact. The school also donates its leftovers to the Edgewood Children’s Center.

Behind the Scenes

Catch a glimpse of the latest in the kitchen.

Upcoming Café Menu

May 2017

Dietary Needs

LWHS has a diverse student body with diverse dietary needs, which Food Service tries to meet by having options available for people with food allergies, who are vegetarian, vegan, or require a gluten-free diet.

Food Accounts

Cash is never accepted in the café. Students set up a food account with the business office and receive a personal pin number. A minimum deposit of $100 is required to start an account which can be replenished throughout the year as needed. Ongoing minimum deposits of $50 are recommended in order to keep the bookkeeping at a reasonable level. Students keep their pin numbers for all four years. The ability to view your food charges and balance is now available online at My Meal Time. View instructions.
 
STUDENTS ARE NEVER ALLOWED TO USE OTHER STUDENTS’ PIN NUMBERS.

Café Team

List of 10 members.

  • Solana Diaz 

    Director of Food Services
    Bio
  • Elena Brancato 

    First Cook
  • M. Josselin Caballero 

    Cook
  • Marleny Chan 

    Cashier
  • Yani Lovos 

    Prep Cook
  • Rangel Mis 

    First Cook
  • Juana Morales 

    Prep Cook
  • Yadira Ramirez 

    Dishwasher/Prep Cook
  • Mirian Robles 

    Cook
  • Walter Vindel 

    Prep Cook



Lick-Wilmerding High School

755 Ocean Avenue | San Francisco, CA 94112 | 415.333.4021
A private school with public purpose, Lick-Wilmerding High School develops the head, heart, and hands of highly motivated students from all walks of life, inspiring them to become lifelong learners who contribute to the world with confidence and compassion.