Lunch Information & Menu
Advance or daily payment may be made to the cafeteria manager or turned in to a teacher by cash or check for lunch, breakfast, and snacks. One check and one envelope per child do not combine payments. Please put student's name on payment. No Charging allowed. All breakfasts, lunches, and snacks must be paid for at time of purchase. Account notices will be sent home every Tuesday.
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For our parents, a short Step-by-step to get you started with mySchoolBucks
|Extra Student Breakfast||$2.05||$10.25||$41.00|
|Extra Student Lunch||$2.80||$14.00||$56.00|
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