High School Menu

September menu (printable)


Did you know? Breakfast is served from 7 to 7:30 a.m.

Student Meal Pricing

  • Student Lunch Price: $3.05
  • Milk: $.60 (low-fat white or chocolate)
  • Adult Lunch Price $3.45 plus tax

A fruit or vegetable must be taken by a student for a meal to be reimbursable otherwise ala carte pricing will be charged.


What is a meal?
An Entrée (Protein & Grain usually ie: Hamburger on a Bun or Pizza)
2 Fruits
2 Vegetables
8 oz low fat milk

State & Federal Regulations

  • ½-3/4c Fruit Serving (½ c portions served may take 2 daily)
  • ½-3/4c Vegetable Serving (½ c portions served may take 2 daily)
    • (weekly minimums: 1/2c legumes, 1/2c dark greens, 3/4c red/orange, 1/2c starchy, 1/2c other, Plus an addition 1c weekly)
  • 1-2 Grains Per day
  • 1-2oz Protein per day
  • 8oz Low Fat Milk (1%, Skim and Flavored Skim Milks offered daily)
  • Minimum- Maximum Calories 550-650
  • Saturated Fat- Less than 10 % of Total Calories
  • Sodium- 1230 mg or less
  • Zero Trans Fats

Menu is subject to change without notice.

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