Click for Information to Receive Text Updates2022-2023 School Year Prices Student Keypad Number in Skyward
How to navigate the Skyward Food Service tab
- Elementary Breakfast $2.25; Lunch $3.50
- Middle & High Breakfast $2.75; Lunch $3.75
- If your student qualifies for free/reduced meals $0.00
Each day they can receive one breakfast and one lunch for free. This year the reduced co-pay is covered. Reduced students also have daily breakfast and daily lunch for free. Any second meals or additional purchases on the same day are charged at the ala carte rate.
Find out your student's Paid, Reduced or Free StatusLocate Keypad NumberSee Meal StatementsHow to set an a la carte limitClick for guide if you would like to set an a la carte limitPlease do NOT select " Do Not Allow Purchase" because your child will not be able to purchase a meal.WHAT MAKES A SCHOOL LUNCH?With the implementation of the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010, school lunches have changed compared to past generations. In order to complete a meal, students will need to take 3 of 5 meal components (or alternative protein), bread, fruit, vegetable and liquid milk; 1 of those 3 components must be a minimum of ½ cup of fruit or vegetable (both breakfast and lunch). We offer our full Produce Bar with a selection of fruit & veggies for all school meals!This system gives students more flexibility of choice. For instance, a student could take ½ cup of fruit, 1 cup of vegetables and 1 milk and this would be counted as a meal. Students can take multiple fruits or vegetables, as well. However, students will still only be allowed up to 1 entrée and 1 milk to count towards their meal. If a student would like additional entrées or milks, they will be charged an à la cart price for each additional item. Adult meals follow the same guidelines as student meals.Lots of choices are available for breakfast and lunch! Click on the Menus link on the left side of the page to see what is being offered for breakfast and lunch at your child’s school!STUDENT FOOD SERVICE ACCOUNTSNegative Balance NotificationsThrough Family Access you can sign up to receive emails when your child's account balance is negative. Log in to Family Access, select the student (if you have multiple), then go to your account settings. Mark the box under Food Service, then save the changes. Please double check that your account information has the correct email address and that notifications are not going to your junk mail folder. If these notifications are not helpful to your family, you can also turn them off this way. [This setting is reset to “send” periodically throughout the year.]Keypad NumbersStudents are given a 5-digit Keypad Number when they enter the District. They use this number to access their account during lunch. Students are 100% responsible for their # -- DO NOT give out this number to friends to “borrow.” There is a picture system in place to help identify students to ensure they are using the correct number. Students of all ages are encouraged to learn their Keypad Number quickly (including leading zeroes). For the younger students, we also use a card or roster system, and for any student forgetting their number, we can look their account up by name.Charging on AccountsParents are expected to monitor their child’s account. Family Access is the best method for this. The District standard for breakfast and lunch account balances is to maintain enough funds in the account to cover all purchases. Students are allowed to charge à la carte items (such as bottled juice, water, pizza sticks, or extra entrées) as long as the student has a positive balance. Milk by itself also counts as an à la carte purchase.Putting Money On Your Child's AccountMoney can be added to your child’s account any time through Touchbase, the district's online payment service.
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