Due to COVID-19 related staffing shortage school bus routes 602, 604, and 609 will run two hours late on Thursday, January 19. All schools will begin on time.
[Posted Wed Jan 19 2022, 2:36pm]
Student attending school in-person may receive a hot breakfast and lunch at no cost. Students will not need to touch keypads to enter ID numbers.
Despite meals remaining free for all students, there are many other benefits available to families who qualify for the Free and Reduced Meals Program. You can determine if you qualify and apply using the following documents:
Free and Reduced Lunch Information Packet (including application) - ENGLISH
Free and Reduced Lunch Information Packet (including application) - SPANISH
Families in need of assistance can once again receive money for meals missed by students at school this year through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Program.
You can make payments online, download the free-and-reduced meal application, check your school's menus and nutritional information, and more!
Just read on to have all your Food Services questions answered. If you need additional assistance, contact Stacy Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make an online payment for the district's meal program, click here to visit InTouch, our online payment processor.
If you have a negative balance and want to learn more about the district's negative balance process, click either of these links: Negative Balance Process in English or Negative Balance Process in Spanish.
To apply for the free-and-reduced meal program, simply download and fill out an application by clicking one of these links:
Click here to access the calendar to view upcoming menus as well as nutritional information for school meals, now available online.
For just 30-40 minutes a week, you can make a difference in a student's life by being their lunch buddy. You can learn more about the program and find out how you can be a part of the fun by clicking this link.
All Food Services Documents are listed below.