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.
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. Please download an application here or contact the school for more information.
Curious about what is available for breakfast and lunch this month, click here to print a downloadable copy of the latest menu.
|Regular Breakfast Price: $1.50||Regular Lunch Price: $2.85||Staff Lunch Price: $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|
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