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What’s for Breakfast? What’s for Lunch?
Find out 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 | June 2014
Alcott Franklin Redmond
Audubon Frost Rockwell
Bell Juanita Rosa Parks
Blackwell Keller​​ Rose Hill
Carson Kirk Rush
Community Lakeview​​ Sandburg
Dickinson Mann Smith
Discovery McAuliffe Thoreau
Einstein Mead Twain
Emerson K-12 Muir Wilder


Elementary Breakfast Menu | June 2014

Selected Elementary Schools

Bell, Einstein, Frost, Juanita, Keller, Lakeview, Muir, Redmond, Rose Hill, and Twain


Head Start Menu | June 2014
Bell AM Head Start: Breakfast / Lunch

Dickinson AM Head Start: Breakfast / Lunch

Dickinson PM Head Start: Lunch / Snack

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 | June 2014

Middle Schools

Emerson High School

Secondary Breakfast Menus | June 2014

Middle Schools

High Schools


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Resource Center, 7:00 p.m.
Monday, 8.4

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