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The mission of the Child Nutrition Program is to provide students with access to food that is appealing, healthy, acceptable, and prepared by compassionate and caring people. We manage our program in a nutritionally and financially accountable manner. We take a proactive approach by applying the dietary guidelines set forth in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. We believe every child will have the same opportunity to enjoy the benefits of effective Child Nutrition Programs with healthy food choices provided in pleasant surroundings.

Our district participates in the National School Lunch Program and follows a traditional meal pattern – Offer Versus Serve. Students are offered a meal consisting of five major components to the meal, which include protein, fruits, vegetables, grains, and fluid milk. This is called a "Type A lunch." To receive a "Type A lunch," a student must take at least three of the components but may take all five. One must be a fruit or a vegetable.

The "Type A lunch" rules apply to all meals regardless of whether a student receives free lunch, a reduced price lunch, or pays full price. A la carte prices will be charged when the necessary components are not taken. Meals are offered at low cost to encourage participation in the program. Click here for information about our Free & Reduced Meal Program.

Prices*

  Student
Daily
Student
Weekly
Reduced
Daily
Reduced
Weekly
Adult
Meal
Elementary & MS/HS Breakfast $1.25 $6.25 $0.25 $1.25 $2.35

Elementary Lunch

MS/HS Lunch

$1.90

$2.15

$9.50

$10.75

$0.25

$0.25
$1.25

$1.25
$4.25

$4.25
Variety Milk $0.50 $2.50      
Elementary- Ice Cream/Snacks
MS/HS- Ice Cream/Snacks
$1.00/$0.50
$1.00/$0.75
       


Checks and cash are accepted at the register. Be sure to write the child(ren)'s name and grade on the check. We encourage prepayments.

*Earn a free meal when you pay online through MySchoolBucks.
Make a minimum pre-payment of $30 for full-priced accounts or $10 for reduced-price accounts. The account cannot be in the negative at the time of the deposit. The minimum payment can be split between more than one account.

You can also access your students account at the Nutrikids site to just view transactions. you do not have to pay online to do this. All you need is their 9 digit student ID number. Contact Mrs. Tevendale for that information.

Spring Sports Snacks

We are pleased to announce that for this spring sport season, we are able to offer our athlete’s a snack when they travel to away competitions. This program was funded through the generosity of the Fredette Foundation. As you know, nutrition and team sports are very important in nourishing a healthy lifestyle that our students will benefit from for a lifetime, and we recognize the time constraint that most sports have in getting to their locations and this may not allow much time to grab a snack. These snacks will consist of assorted fruit & grain bars, crunchy granola bars and a piece of fresh fruit.  

Please contact us if you have any questions:

Mrs. Lisa Tevendale
(518) 654-9005 x3114