Remote Food Ordering
You can submit orders for food during the extended closure at https://foodorder.stgeorgemsu.org.
For right now, use the above Extended Closure Food Ordering link to find what the current menu is.
|Regular Breakfast: $1.50||Regular Lunch: $2.85||Staff Lunch: $5.00||Adult Visitor: $5.00||Extra Milk: $0.50|
|Daily Lunch Menu Alternatives|
|Chef Salad||Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich||Sandwich of the Day||Gluten-Free Options Available Daily|
Free and Reduced Meals
Free and reduced-price meals are available for those who qualify. All families are encouraged to apply, even if you are unsure you will qualify. You can now use our easy online application process, with step-by-step directions, to privately and securely apply for these benefits. Click the banner image below to access the online application. If you'd prefer to submit a paper application, you can download and print that here. As always, please don't hesitate to reach out to the school with questions or more information.
Did you know you can pay for meals using MySchoolBucks instead of sending money in with your student? Check out the link to create an account and pay for your student’s lunches.
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