We’re glad you stopped by! We are passionate about serving your child healthy, delicious meals to prepare them to learn in the classroom. You can be confident when your child dines with us knowing our meals meet the high nutrition standards of the Healthy Hungry Free Kids Act. Check out all the options available to your child here or on our My School Menus mobile app (iOS and Android). Healthy living is all about making healthy choices. We’ve provided numerous resources for students, parents, and educators to have all the tools for healthy eating and daily exercise. Let us know if we can help you on your journey toward a healthy lifestyle.
Meal PricesSTUDENTS - no charge for breakfast or lunchSTAFF - Lunch $4.00 / Breakfast $2.70VISITOR - Lunch $4.25 / Breakfast $2.75
- School Menus
- SSO: Free Meals for All Students in 2021-2022 School Year (English) (Spanish)
- Free and Reduced Meal Application
- Meal Payment
- Eligibility for Free & Reduced-Price Meals (English) (Spanish)
- Community Eligibility Provision (English) (Spanish)
- Charge Policy (English) (Spanish)
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