Meal Pricing & Information

New Pricing for 2017-2018

Breakfast
Free
Lunch - Elementary        
$2.30 each
Lunch - Secondary $2.60 each
Lunch - Reduced Price
$  .40 each
Breakfast-Adult Price
$2.10 each
Lunch-Adult Price $3.40 each

Payments to student accounts and balances can be made through check or cash at each campus. You can also register for online payments at myschoolbucks.com
Charge Policy: Once a student's account reaches zero, students will have a grace period of two lunch meals. Students will then receive an alternative meal. Parents will be notified of outstanding balances.

Breakfast Requirements

To meet the requirements of the National School Breakfast Program, a school must offer a specified serving size of each of the following four food components:

  • Meat/Meat Alternative (note: for Breakfast only, the student may take 2 meat or 2 bread, or 1 meat and 1 bread)
  • Grains/Bread (note: for Breakfast only, the student may take 2 meat or 2 bread, or 1 meat and 1 bread)
  • Fruit/Vegetable (this includes 100% fruit juice)
  • Milk

A student must take at least three of the four required food components for the breakfast to be counted under the National School Breakfast Program. Students (whether paid, reduced or free status) taking fewer than three components must be charged a la carte prices, as those items would not meet the requirements under the program. Students have the right to decline the component of their choice.

Lunch Requirements

To meet the requirements of the National School Lunch Program, a school must offer a specified serving size of each of the following five food components:

  • Meat/Meat Alternative
  • Grains/Bread
  • Vegetable
  • Fruit
  • Milk

A student must take at least three of the five required food components and one of them must be a fruit or a vegetable for the lunch to be counted under the National School Lunch Program. Students (whether paid, reduced or free status) taking fewer than three components must be charged a la carte prices, as those items would not meet the requirements under the program. Students have the right to decline the component of their choice.

Free or reduced meal applications

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