• Student Drinking Milk

    The Food Service office is located in the Educational Support Center at 110 McDonald Drive. We employ 105 people and operate on a $4.3 million budget. We serve an average of 6,000 lunches and 1,200 breakfast meals per day. Federal and state regulations, as well as our local guidelines, govern our Food Service programs.

    We have 15 preparation kitchens and three satellite kitchens. This enables us to provide students with a fresh, quality product.

    Food Service operates within guidelines set forth by the United States Department of Agriculture through the Child Nutrition Program administered by the Kansas State Department of Education.

    To make online payments with a debit/credit card, go to www.myschoolbucks.com. Many parents have found the service provided by MySchoolBucks.com helpful. You may register at this site, and then look at student purchase histories and set up email notifications of low account balances. This service is available to all parents even if they do not want to use the online payment program. Payments take 24 hours to post to your student's account.

    All Kansas Students can receive a free breakfast and lunch through the National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option each school day in the 2021-2022 school year ensuring they are fueled and ready to learn.

    Join us for breakfast! Check with your school for times.

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  • This institution is an equal opportunity provider.