2017/18 Hot Lunch Prices
Please note, these prices are based on the minimum allowable charges set by the State of Kansas.
Junior & Senior High: $2.96/meal
Reduced Lunch: $0.40/meal
Each meal includes one milk.
Extra Milk: $0.40
A la Carte: $1.00
*These items do not qualify for the free/reduced lunch program – all families are required to pay for these items.
As of Thursday, January 11, all payments will be posted once a week on Thursday afternoon and
reflected in PowerSchool on Friday.
Payments received after Wednesday will be posted the following week.
Please contact Dana Thompson or Aaron Besperat at 231.2135 with questions.
All meals are served with: fresh and canned fruits, milk or water
Fresh Garden Bar offered daily to grade 4-12 as entree option.
Feb 26; Mon: Chicken Crispito or Chicken Nuggets
rice, salad, zucchini
Feb 27; Tue: Pig in a Blanket or Hamburger
roasted red potatoes, broccoli with cheese, salad
Feb 28; Wed: Turkey and Cheese Sub Sandwich or Corn Dog
french fries, carrots
March 1; Thur: Spaghetti w/meat sauce or Chicken Patty both with garlic bread
salad, green beans
March 2; Fri: Yogurt & Muffins or Cheese Pizza
red bell pepper, refried beans
March 5; Mon: Beef & Bean Burrito or Chicken Nuggets
tomato salsa, mexi-corn
March 6; Tue: Stromboli Squares or Hamburger
garden salad, baby carrots
March 7; Wed: BBQ Beef on a Bun or Corn Dog
salad, fresh snow peas, baked beans
March 8; Thur: Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich or Chicken Patty
salad, tomato slice, sweet potato fries
March 9; Fri: Yogurt & Muffin or Cheese Pizza
mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, salad
March 12; Mon: Pork Rib on a Bun or Chicken Nuggets
dark green leaf lettuce & tomato slice, sweet potato puffs
March 13; Tue: Chicken Crispito or Hamburger both with Tortilla Chips
tomato salsa, refried beans, salad
March 14; Wed: Corn Dog or Hamburger
green beans, tater tots, snickerdoodle, salad
March 15; Thur: Chicken Quesadilla or Chicken Patty
broccoli florets, baby carrots, salad
March 16; Fri: NO SCHOOL - Teacher Retreat
March 19-23: Spring Break
March 26; Mon: Chicken Nuggets or Popcorn Chicken
baked beans, creamy cole slaw, baby carrots, salad
March 27; Tue: Mini Meatball Sub or Hamburger
potato wedges, salad
March 28; Wed: White Chicken Chili with Cornbread or Corn Dog (no cornbread)
cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices, salad
March 29; Thur: Grilled Chicken Sandwich or Cheese Pizza
broccoli florets, baby carrots
March 30; Fri: NO SCHOOL - Good Friday
PARENTS OR GUESTS, if you’re planning to have lunch with one of our students, you must call in your reservation the number in your party to the school office by 9am.
A guest lunch is $4.00. You will need to pay and sign in at the school office before going to the cafeteria. Please show your paid receipt to lunch personnel before getting your lunch.
Child Nutrition Services is using the new Healthier Kansas Menus. We hope that you all will try these new menus as they are not only healthier for you but taste good as well.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Did You Know?
Learning to make healthy choices is essential to getting the most from life. The ESPH Video News features videos, recipes, newsletters, and other resources about how to eat smart and play hard at school and at home. We hope this information conveys that helping children grow up healthy takes families, schools and communities working together.
This is a link to Eat Smart Play Hard:
ST. MARY'S COLGAN WELLNESS POLICY
Access data in KN-CLAIM. Enter User ID of Wellguest, and Password of Wellguest3, select School Nutrition Programs (top left), select Program Year 2015, click Applications in blue bar (locatedtop left), click Wellness Policy Builder, Click the letter S, Look for St. Mary's Colgan X0716
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