For your convenience, you may pay for meals online.
Click on the My School Bucks link to begin.
Go paperless. Pay online any time.
Breakfast and lunch meals paid for in a snap from the convenience of your home, phone, or anywhere you happen to be.
Also, be sure to sign up for low balance reminder emails. This is a free service even if you pay by cash or check at the school.
You will need your student's ID # to establish their account. You may obtain that number by presenting a photo ID at either your student's school or the Administrative Offices at 147 Alcova Drive.
Not a morning person? Want to sleep a little longer?
No time to go shopping? Car won’t start?
We can help. We’re already up and cookin’. We offer a wonderful array of entrees, both hot and cold. We also have an assortment of fruit, juice, and milk to complete the perfect breakfast meal.
Breakfast is available for ALL students. All schools begin serving at 7:25. For added convenience, we have placed a breakfast cart in the hallway at the Middle School to reduce line time and allow more time for your student(s) to actually eat.
(Reduced price-40 cents, Full price $1.25, Adults-$2.00)
We are an offer vs. serve school nutrition program.
For lunch we offer a selection of entrees (including whole grain rolls, tortillas and bread), fresh fruit and vegetables and choice of low fat or fat free milk. A full meal is at least 3 of the 5 components including at least one vegetable or fruit. Entrees are counted as two components since they include our grain component.
Visitors-Adults and children-$3.50
Extra Entrees-$2.00, Extra Sides-$0.50, Milk-$0.50, Beverages-$1.00-Water Bottles, Switch, Tea (not as part of a meal)
Middle and High School
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