Charging School Meals
We strongly discourage meal charges, but we understand that an occasional emergency makes it necessary to charge a meal.
The School Policy is as follows:
All charges must be paid in days.
Students may not charge more than
Parents will be sent home a written notice of charged meals with an due by date.
If payment is not received by the due date then payment will be turned over to the schools attorney for collection. And you may incur additional fees from the attorney and court cost.
Students will not be allowed to charge their meal on the
If special arrangements need to be made for student meal payments please see the Food Service Director to make these arrangements ex :( monthly, quarterly).
The school will provide a lunch that meets the nutritional guide lines to any student that exceeds the charge limit, for two days only. You must send money to the school for the charged meals or send a meal from home with your child. It is strongly encouraged that parents/guardians make meal payments in advance. Money should be sent to school in a sealed envelope with the students name, teachers name, date and amount of money sent to school. A check is the best form of payment.
Breakfast meals will not be charged without a written notice from parents/guardians with the students name and date on the written notice.
If you think you may qualify for Free/Reduced meals please stop by the office and pick up an application. (You must fill out the application and return it to the school so it can be processed in a timely manner; you will be charged for meals until the application has been processed).
Absolutely no meals will be charged the last two weeks of School.
Updated March 2017
Revised June 2017