Child Nutrition Department

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What goes into a school lunch

Meal Pricing

Breakfast and Lunch is free to all students during the 2021-22 school year

Adult breakfast: $2.50

Adult lunch: $3.75

Fruit: $0.75

Side Dish: $0.75

Salad: $1.65

A La Carte Items

  • Bottled water: $1.00

  • Cheez-it Crackers: $1.00

  • Chips: $1.25

  • Extra Entrée: $2.00

  • Extra Milk: $0.50

  • G2 Gatorade: $2.00 (High School only)

  • Switch 100% Juice: $1.75

Contact Us

Jennifer Cimuca, RD, LD

Child Nutrition Director


Granny Fund

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The Granny Fund was established by concerned community members to ensure that no child is ever served an alternate meal because of a negative account balance.  Although many of our students qualify for free or reduced meals paid by USDA, some students do not and the parents still may not be able to pay.  All donations will be used to pay student meals.

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