Meal Information and Pricing

  • Meal Prices

    alacarte

     

LUNCH
Breakfast
  • A La Carte Pricing

    Al-a-carte options are provided to allow students the opportunity to purchase additional food items to satisfy their appetite and to fuel their mind and body. We think it is important to offer a variety of options & to ensure that food is always available. Every snack that is sold in the cafeteria must meet Smart Snacks guidelines set by the USDA.  

     

     

     

  • Negative Balance Policy

    1. Students will be charged for all reimbursable meals, even when their account is at a negative balance.
    2. A student who has accumulated unpaid charges for complete meals and is still unable to pay will not be denied a reimbursable meal.
    3. Students may not charge a la carte items.
    4. All money collected will be posted to the student’s meal account. A student with money in hand will not be denied a meal even if the student has past due charges.
      • A student with money in hand will be denied a la carte purchases if their account is at a negative balance. All money collected will be posted to the student’s meal account.

    The nutrition services department will provide the following notifications to parents/guardians:

    1. The nutrition services department will provide timely notification to parents/guardians when account balances run low and/or when a student begins charging meals. Initial notifications are made via e-mail, through MySchoolBucks.
    2. The nutrition services department will invoice parents/guardians for unpaid meal charges during the district’s monthly billing cycle, in addition to providing notification of outstanding balances by other means.
      • Other means include: phone calls to parents, letters via U.S. Mail, involving school administration and counseling services
        • For accounts that are negative more than $50, Nutrition services will reach out via phone and/or US Mail on a weekly basis in an attempt to collect funds
    3. The district will turn over unpaid meal charge balances to a collection agency when the superintendent or designee determines such action is in the best interest of the district.