Elementary School Breakfast, Lunch and Now Serving Super Snack!Top of Page

 Elementary reduced breakfast (at any grade level)   . 30 cents per day 
 Elementary reduced lunch (at any grade level)   .40 cents per day
 Elementary student breakfast   $1.10 per day
 Elementary student lunch   $2.35 per day
 Adult Elementary breakfast (including milk and water)  $2.50 per day
 Adult Elementary lunch (including milk and water)   $4.00 per day
 Milk is included in the price of the meal, if milk is purchased separately it will cost  .50 cents per day

                                         What is Super Snack?

  • Super Snack is a no cost meal available after school to all students.
  • Super Snack is available to all children 18 and under.
  •  Meals must be consumed on site.
  • Children that are not enrolled in After- School Programs are welcome to participate, just sign in, sit down and  enjoy!
  • Service times and service locations vary, Check with your school to see when and where Super Snack is served.

 

High School Breakfast/LunchTop of Page

 High School reduced breakfast (at any grade level)  . 30 cents per day 
 High School reduced lunch (at any grade level)  .40 cents per day
 High School student breakfast  $1.35 per day
 High School student lunch  $3.10 per day
 Adult High School breakfast (including milk and water)  $2.50 per day
 Adult High School lunch (including milk and water)   $4.00 per day
 Milk is included in the price of the meal, if milk is purchased separately it will cost  .50 cents per day
   

SchoolBucksTop of Page

Purchase school meals or bus passes online
 
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