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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 menus
Elementary school breakfast: Breakfast is served at the following elementary schools: Bell, Dickinson, Einstein, Frost, Juanita, Keller, Lakeview, Mead, Muir, Redmond, Rose Hill, and Twain. A complete breakfast must include three out of four or more breakfast items. One item must be half cup of fruit or vegetable.

Elementary school lunch: A complete lunch consists of a main entrée, a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, and a choice of 1% white milk or nonfat chocolate milk.

Elementary Breakfast and Lunch Menus 

Elementary School Lunch and Breakfast
June 2016

Community School Lunch
June 2016

Dickinson Elementary

June 2016

Emerson K-12 Lunch
June 2016

Mead Elementary
June 2016

 

Head Start Menus

AM Head Start - June 2016

Bell  |  Dickinson

PM Head Start - June 2016

Dickinson


Secondary school menus
Secondary menus can vary widely depending on your child's school. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, please check with your child's school cafeteria.

Secondary Breakfast Menus

Middle School

June 2016

High School
June 2016

Secondary Lunch Menus

Middle School

June 2016

High School

June 2016

Emerson Campus

June 2016

International (ICS)

June 2016

 

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 Latest News for Parents

 

School Board Meeting
Resource Center, 7:00 p.m.
Monday, 8.8

No School - Labor Day
Monday, 9.5

First Day of School
Tuesday, 9.6

PTSA Council Meeting
Resource Center, 9:30 a.m.
Thursday, 9.8

1.5 Hour Early Release Schedule Begins
Wednesday, 9.14

GEAC Meeting
Resource Center, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 9.14
 

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