Current Parents

Thank you for being a part our Childcare and Toddler Programs that are offered to the Greater Grand Ledge Area at St. Michael Parish. We are truly blessed to be serving such a wonderful community!

Food Service:
BreakfastBreakfast is served until 8:00 am.  

LunchParents are welcome to provide their child with a packed lunch.  Please keep in mind that the Childcare and Toddler Classrooms are peanut and nut-free zones.  A microwave is available.

Grand Ledge Food Service is also available for our students when Grand Ledge School/St. Michael School is in session.  The cost is $2.30 per lunch.  Lunch orders must be made by 8:30 am each day via phone, email, or by writing on the lunch sign-up sheet in the classroom.  For this month's GLFS menu, please click here and look under "Elementary Schools."

SnackAfter School Snack is provided at 3:30 pm.  
A Breakfast and Snack menu is posted each Classroom.

Earn Rebates towards your Childcare fees:
St. Michael Parish Scrip Program

We are pleased to share some exciting news about a program our organization offers. It is called “Scrip”.  The program that works while you shop. 

Scrip is simply a word that means “substitute money”. In other words, Scrip is gift certificates from national and local retailers. Hundreds of popular retailers participate in our Scrip program including Meijer, Shell Gas, Speedway, Cuginos and many, many others.

The program is simple.  Scrip participating retailers agree to sell gift certificates to our organization at a discount. Families, like yours, buy the certificates for full face value, they redeem them for full face value, and you and our school share the difference/rebate. Our school retains 14%, which goes towards the annual school budget and helps to cover expenses to run the program. Our families keep the remaining 86% of the difference. This amount may be applied to your childcare account or to other program offered at St. Michael.

For information or to enroll please see selections below:
Scrip Introductory Letter 
Scrip Q and A