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.
Beginning Thursday, January 11, we are changing the way we post school lunch payments. All payments will be posted once a week on Thursday afternoon and reflected in PowerSchool on Friday. While this will result in a slight delay for posting some payments, it gives us a much more efficient way of ensuring all payments are credited and helps avoid longer delays in posting payments. Payments received by Wednesday night will be posted each Thursday. Please contact Dana Thompson or Aaron Besperat at 231.2135 with questions.
SERVED WITH FRUIT/VEGGIES & DRINK
Fresh Garden Bar offered daily to grade 4-12 as entree option.
Jan 3; Wed: Pork Rib on a Bun or Corndog
potato wedges, broccoli florets, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 4; Thur: Lasagna or Chicken Patty both with garlic bread stick and marinara sauce
salad, baby carrots, canned and fruit fruit, chocolate chip cookie
Jan 5; Friday: Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich or Cheese Pizza
salad, celery sticks, cherry tomatoes, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 8; Mon: Sweet and Sour Chicken or Chicken Nuggets both served with brown rice
Asian vegetables, cherry tomatoes, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 9; Tue: Super Nachos or Hamburger
southwest lentils, tomato salsa, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 10; Wed: Cheese Breadstick with marinara sauce or Corndog
seasoned corn, tossed salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 11; Thur: Pulled Pork Sandwich or Chicken Patty
creamy cole slaw, baked beans, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 12; Fri: Beef Burritos or Cheese Pizza
steamed carrots, broccoli florets, canned and fresh fruit, salad
Jan 15; Mon: NO SCHOOL
Jan 16; Tue: Taco Salad & Chips or Hamburger
red bell pepper strips, refried beans, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 17; Wed: Spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic bread or Corn Dog
garden salad, green beans, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 18; Thur: Chicken & Noodles or Chicken Patty both with roll
mashed potatoes, baby carrots, canned and fresh fruit, salad
Jan 19; Fri: Pig in a Blanket or Cheese Pizza
roasted red potatoes, broccoli with cheese, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 22; Mon: Fruit, Yogurt & Granola Parfait or Chicken Nuggets
french fries, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 23; Tue: Chili or Hamburger
green beans, red bell pepper strips, sliced cucumber, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 24, Wed: Baked Ham with biscuit or Corndog
apple glazed sweet potatoes, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 25, Thur: Popcorn Chicken Bowl (mashed potatoes w/corn, popcorn chicken, gravy and cheese) or Chicken Patty both with roll
mashed potatoes & gravy, tossed salad, canned and fresh fruit, cookie
Jan 26, Fri: Macaroni & Cheese w/meatballs or Pepperoni Pizza
baked beans, baby carrots, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 29, Monday: Mini Meatball Sub or Chicken Nuggets
ranch potato wedges, tossed salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 30, Tue: BBQ Chicken Drumstick w/roll or Hamburger
baked beans, creamy cole slaw, baby carrots, salad, canned and fresh fruit
Jan 31, Wed: White Chicken Chili w/corn bread muffin or Corndog
cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices, salad, canned and fresh fruit
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.
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Did You Know?
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