With the NutriKids computer system there is a no cash-back policy when purchasing meals. This means that when a student brings in money for his/her lunches, that money (whatever the amount) will automatically go on his/her account. Parents may, at anytime, have a print out of their child’s account to see the transactions that occur.
We also have on-line payments through MyNutrikids.com. For assistance, please contact the Food Service office and we will be happy to help you through the process.
Free or Reduced Meals:
Free/reduced meal cost is offered to all families that would like to participate in this program.
A free/reduced application can be picked up at any of the schools. You may apply at anytime throughout the school year and each year a new application needs to be filled out and approved to receive this benefit. Any information that is provided on this application is only used for qualification and to verify eligibility. Any charges that have accumulated before qualification is the parents’ responsibility.
Student meal prices:
Breakfast: K-4 Breakfast is served starting at 7:30 AM.
Full cost: $1.45 per meal
Reduced cost: $.30 per meal and free for those who qualify for these benefits.
Full cost: $1.55 per meal
Reduced cost: $.40 per meal and free for those who qualify for these benefits.
Charging for school breakfast/lunch is discouraged. The school district recognizes the need to allow for a means by which a student who occasionally forgets or looses his/her lunch money can be provided a lunch.
If it is necessary to charge a hot lunch, your child may do so in the cafeteria. Charges should be paid the next school day. Children will not be permitted to charge more than three times without payment in full.
The Food Service Program will use the following procedure to deal with student lunch charges:
1. One (1) lunch/breakfast may be charged per day per student.
2. Up to (3) charges for lunch may be accumulated.
3. The kitchen manager will contact students/parents who accumulate three charges, by telephone and/or by sending a printed letter out with your student at the end of the week.
4. If students continue to accumulate charges a list will be submitted to the administrator of the school, to collect the unpaid amount.
Questions? Please call the school at 452-3360 and they will transfer your call to the lunchroom.
In the operation of the child feeding programs, no child will be discriminated against because of race, sex, color, national origin, age or handicap. If you feel you have been discriminated against write to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250