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What’s for Breakfast? What’s for Lunch?
Learn what lunch is today, how much it costs, and what payment options are available to you

Breakfast and lunch prices are very reasonable. It’s easy to set up an account to pay for your child’s meals. Some students qualify for free or reduced price lunches.

Elementary school lunches are standard
A standard lunch consists of a main entrée, a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, and a choice of nonfat chocolate milk or 1% white milk. Secondary schools offer additional lunch options.

Elementary Lunch Menus | October 2014
Elementary Schools
Community Elementary School 
Emerson K-12
Mead Elementary


Elementary Breakfast Menu | October 2014
Selected Elementary Schools
Bell, Einstein, Frost, Juanita, Keller, Lakeview, Mead,
Muir, Redmond, Rose Hill, and Twain


Head Start Menu | October 2014
Breakfast / Lunch

Middle school and high school students get more choices
Secondary menus vary widely. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, please check with your student’s school cafeteria.

Secondary Lunch Menus | October 2014

Middle Schools

High Schools
Emerson Campus​
Secondary Breakfast Menus | October 2014

Middle Schools


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Start your day off right!

FREE breakfast for all students at participating breakfast schools October 13 - 16. Read more


October is National Bullying Prevention Month; Unity Day is October 22nd
Stop by the cafeteria during lunch on October 22 for free orange wedges in support of Unity Day. Read more


Halloween Spooktacular Lunch

Elementary and middle school lunch on October 30 will feature a special Halloween menu at the normal lunch price. Read more



 Latest News for Parents


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Resource Center, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 10.21

Unity Day: Wear orange to support bulling prevention
Wednesday, 10.22

Tech Tools for Parents
Muir Elementary, 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, 10.23

PTSA Special Needs Group Meeting
Resource Center, 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 10.28

Clase de tecnologia
Resource Center, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 10.28

School Board Meeting
Resource Center, 7:00 p.m.
Monday, 11.3

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