Breakfast: FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS
At breakfast, we serve three components: two grains, one fruit and/or juice, and milk. Students may choose three or four items from the three components for a reimbursable meal. Cereal is also served daily. We also offer a free Grab & Go Breakfast in the primary cafeteria for Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students to eat now or put in their backpack for later. These students can opt to go to the main cafeteria for a hot breakfast.
Lunch: FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS UNTIL May 31, 2022
We serve five components at lunch: meat/meat alternate, one or two vegetables, fruit, whole grain, and milk. Students may choose four or all five components at lunch for a reimbursable meal. Students must choose a fruit or vegetable to be a reimbursable meal. Any food item can be purchased as an a la carte item after a reimbursable meal is chosen.
A La Carte Items
Meat Item $1.70, Vegetable $.75, Fruit $.75, Switch Fruit Juice $1.00, Sports Drinks $1.00,Water $1.00, Muffins $.75, Mini Rice Krispy Treats $.25, Cookies $.75, Chips $.75, Mayfield Ice Cream $.80
THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER
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