Class Lunch Schedule
Free and Reduced Price Meals
The Free and Reduced program is available to families that qualify.
You may apply for this program online at: Free and Reduced Lunch Online Application
Meal Charging Policies
Elementary school students will be allowed to charge up to $11.25.
Once the charge limit has been met, the student may receive a designated alternate meal at no charge as defined by the School Nutrition Program. A charge notice will be completed for each occurrence and notification will be sent home to the parent/guardian through the student. Additionally, once the charge limit has been met the parent/guardian will be notified by the local school via phone call, letter or email.
Charges are not allowed for supplemental or ala carte items. Charging for meals will not be allowed after April 30 through the end of the school year.
Parent Lunch Visitations
Visitors for lunch should check in at the office and get a visitor sticker. The visitor should wait for the student in the hallway by the cafeteria entrance, not the classroom. There is a designated area in the cafeteria for parents to sit with their child, not with the class. No other students are allowed to join the parent and child for lunch. This is a safety precaution that will be enforced by the teacher and lunchroom monitors.
Please remember that fast food, glass bottles nor soda cans are permitted in the cafeteria.
If a parent needs to take a student home after lunch, the parent must have a check out slip signed by the office staff before the student is released. Thank you in advance for following these visitor expectations.
Gail Lloyd, Manager
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