All students will enter their own ID number (or scan their ID badge at secondary schools). Students can use their food service account or cash to purchase any items in the cafeteria. Payments can be made by check or cash at the school or by credit card online via the 'Pay Meal Fees' button at the bottom of this page.
Parents may monitor student meal accounts via the SchoolCafé button at the bottom of this page.
Reminder phone calls for negative balances will be made to elementary and middle school students. All students will receive calls for low balances.
Three lunch charges are allowed at the elementary schools and one lunch charge is allowed at the middle schools. No charges are allowed at the high schools. Students who have charged the maximum allowance to their account and cannot pay out of pocket for their meal will be provided a toasted cheese sandwich and milk at no cost to the student. Account balances (positive or negative) will follow the student each year within the district. Students withdrawn from district with a positive account balance will be refunded. Negative account balances need to be repaid or debt will be sent to collections.
2018-2019 Breakfast and Lunch Prices:
Breakdown Meal Prices for Each School Level:
• Elementary Schools
• Middle Schools
• High Schools
A student may receive one breakfast and one lunch per day at the student meal price. Second student meals are not allowed. Individual items may be purchased at the a la carte price. Since we follow federal guidance for our school meals, all menus have been analyzed to meet the calorie and nutrient as well as the food component requirements. As part of the well-balanced meals that meet these requirements, some items offered may not meet the ‘Smart Snacks in Schools’ standards. This means that some items may only be available with a school meal and not purchased a la carte. We have designated these items on our menus with an asterisk next to the menu item and put the following statement at the bottom of our menus: *These items are only available with a school meal and cannot be purchased a la carte. When a student comes through the line, they must purchase a complete meal in order to receive the items designated by an asterisk.
Monitor student meal accounts by visiting SchoolCafé. You’ll need to set up username and password. There are multiple benefits to this new software including the ability to:
- Apply for free or reduced meal benefits.
- View your child's account balance anytime.
- See exactly what a la carte items are being purchased.
- Set limits on a la carte purchases.