Lunch prices have changed this year: Breakfast is $1.60 across the board(adult/Elementary/High School). Lunch prices have changed: Adults $2.80, Elementary $2.00 and 7 through 12 is $2.20. The school lunch charging policy has also changed: grades 7 and 8 will be allowed a maximum of ten dollars in charges and grades 9-12 will only be allowed 1 charge $2.20 in the cafeteria. Please, please keep this in mind so you will not be surprised when you are not allowed to charge after these amounts have been met. Remind your parents to keep up with your lunch count either with cash, a check or pay pal. You may pay daily at the office. If you have questions see Ms. Anita in the office.
Don't forget to check the Parent Portal to check on your child's lunch balance.
Elem and HS Breakfast price-$1.60
Grades K-6 Lunch-$2.00
Grades 7-12 Lunch-$2.20
Milk $ .35
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