We offer breakfast and lunch FREE to ALL students!
We make sure that every student eats no matter when they arrive
Breakfast will be offered from 7:30 AM to 7:55 AM daily.
All students in grades K-8 are eligible to eat breakfast every day. Students eat breakfast in their classroom upon arrival.
Lunch will be offered in the cafeteria during students assigned lunch period. Students are able to eat with their peers in their respective classrooms for 20 minutes each day. Please be aware that if your student chooses to buy a second milk or purchase a milk without a lunch you will be charged $0.50 per milk.
If you would like a copy of the lunch menu, please visit our school office and we would be happy to print you a copy.
As we have been for many years, we are dedicated to providing healthy and wholesome meals for your students each day.
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