School Lunch Program
Can schools serve any foods they want?
- Meat or meat alternate
- Vegetable and / or fruit
- Bread or bread alternate
Schools are encouraged to limit simple carbohydrates (sugar) and replace desserts with fresh fruits. Students, however, need more calories than do adults. The teenage boy has the greatest caloric need of any human being. The school lunch meal is designed for growing students; it may provide excess calories for adults.
|Toddlers, Preschool & Pre-K||$2.75|
|Kindergarten - 8th Grade
|Staff and Volunteers||$3.75|
We encourage you and your child to give school meals a try. They have great child appeal and are the best priced meal deal in town! If we can answer any questions or be of assistance, please contact the Cafeteria.
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