It is the goal of the cafeteria staff to supply nutritious and delicious meals for every student in the school district. If at any time you have questions regarding the meals being served please feel free to contact the cafeteria manager.
Rhonda Herbert, Cafeteria Manager
Our cafeteria proudly offers complete BREAKFAST and LUNCH at both our elementary and high school buildings. Breakfast & Lunch menus are available in each cafeteria or on our website.
The 2015-2016 price for a full student breakfast is $1.50 for Elementary and $1.55 for MS/HS and a full student lunch is $2.00 for Elementary and $2.05 for MS/HS
If any student has a food allergy please send in a doctor's note to Rhonda Herbert, cafeteria manager so that we are able to make the necessary dietary changes.
On this page you will find links for free and reduced applications, menu prices, cafeteria charge policy, wellness policy. If you have any questions about any of these items please contact the cafeteria manager for assistance. These links are reviewed and updated annually or as changes occur.
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