Food Services

Food Services Mission

To serve nutritious meals to students at a minimal cost.  The meals include grains, a variety of vegetables and fruits, meat and milk. 

What is a federally subsidized lunch program?

When children enroll to receive a lunch at free or reduced prices based on their family’s annual income.

Nutritional Planning Process

The National School Lunch Program provides a nutritious meal that contains 1/3 of the Recommended Dietary Allowance of necessary nutrients.  

The following forms and documents need to be submitted to the Central Office to be considered for free and reduced meals and fees.

Cost of Daily Meals

Adult Breakfast$2.40
Extra Milk$0.50
Grades K-4$2.80
Grades 5-8$2.85
Grades 9-12$2.85

Student Lunch Balances

Please be aware that an Extra Main Dish, Extra Milk, etc. is NOT free or reduced in price.
This also includes families who qualify for free and reduced lunches. 

 Extra Main Dish $1.50
 Extra Milk/Juice $0.50
  Extra Dessert, etc. $0.50