School meals meet federal nutrition standards and give you the fuel you need to stay healthy and active.
Breakfast Meal Options
Every breakfast is planned to include three food components: 1. Fruit 2. Grains (with optional meat/meat alternates allowed) 3. Milk.
The food components for each breakfast will be posted at the beginning of each serving line. Students are encouraged to take all the foods offered; however, they must take at least three items, one of which must be 1/2 cup of fruit. Whether you take three items or more, the meal is the same price.
The choice is up to you; just be sure to choose at least 1/2 cup of fruit* plus two other items. Check the menu daily so you will know which items in the school breakfast you want to eat.
Lunch Meal Options
Every lunch is planned to include all five food groups: 1. Fruit 2. Vegetable 3. Protein 4. Grains 5. Milk
The food groups for each meal will be posted at the beginning of each serving line. Students are encouraged to take all the foods offered; however, they may decline up to two (2) food groups. Whether you take 3, 4, or 5 of the food groups, the meal is the same price. One of those food groups must be fruits, vegetables or a combination of both.
STEP 1: Choose ½ cup of fruits, vegetables or a combination of both.
STEP 2: Choose 2 or more of the following:
- Full Serving of Fruit – K-8 (1/2 cup) and 9-12 (1 cup)
- Full Serving of Vegetables – K-8 (3/4 cup) and 9-12 (1 cup)
A la Carte
Items purchased in addition to lunch/breakfast meal are considered a la carte purchases. No a la carte charges will be allowed if the student account reaches a zero balance.
All students are considered to have permission to make a la carte purchases unless a parent/guardian completes the A la Carte Form (link below), blocking or limiting purchases, and returns it to the school cafeteria cashier.
*A la carte form coming soon*