Junior High Meal Program
School breakfast and lunch are free during the 2021-22 school year
The federal flexibilities available during the COVID-19 pandemic that allowed us to serve free meals to all students have expired. For the 2022-23 school year we are collecting meal applications and use family income to qualify students for free, reduced-price, or paid meals. In the cafeteria, signs are posted along each serving line that list what comes with each meal to assist students in making their selections.Click here for a printable version of this information with more details.BreakfastServed in the cafeteria from 8:20-8:45am. All breakfasts come with the following:
Students must choose 3 items and one must be a fruit or fruit juice.
- Choice of whole grain and protein-rich items
- Fruit Juice (4 oz)
- Milk (8 oz)
A la Carte Choices
All menued food items may be purchased a la carte if students have money in their food service account. Additional choices at breakfast include yogurt, bottled water, 100% fruit juice, milk.LunchSeveral entrée options are available to students at lunch each day (see the monthly menu for choices offered). All options qualify as a free meal and come with the following components unless otherwise noted:
Students must choose at food from at least 3 least components and one must fruit or vegetable to make a lunch. If students' choices do not meet these requirements they will charged for each item at the a la carte prices.A la Carte ChoicesAdditional food and beverage items such as bottled water, whole grain cookies, and baked chips are available for purchase a la carte. All items on the lunch menu may also be purchased a la carte. Students must have money in their account in order to purchase items a la carte. Prices are posted on each serving line.
- 1 Entrée
- 2 Vegetables
- 1 Fruit
- 1 Fruit Juice (4 oz)
- Milk (8 oz)