Eating a healthy breakfast and lunch - meals packed with plenty of good nutrition - is an important lifestyle habit for staying healthy and feeling good. Eating school meals is a great way for students to get the nutrients they need to stay alert in school and build strong bodies and minds. We are committed to helping students make healthy food choices and being physically active throughout the day. Our hope is for students to develop lifelong practices that will reduce obesity and chronic diseases.
School cafeterias offer a variety of nutritious foods at a reasonable meal price. For healthy meals each day, encourage your child to eat school breakfast and lunch. Free and reduced price meals are available for students who qualify. Forms to apply for free or reduced price meals are available at each school.
Breakfast is offered each day for $1.25, $0.30 for students with reduced-price meals, and free for students meeting eligibility guidelines. See menus below.
Lunches are available for $2.00(K-8) and $2.25 (9-12), $0.40 for students with reduced-price meals, and free for students who qualify.
Additional information about the Free and Reduced Price School Meals Program is available. Please call Betsy Speer, Child Nutrition Director, at 389-2638 or the CNP manager at your child's school.
Thank you for your child's participation in the breakfast and lunch programs. We need continued support to make these programs better for all MSCS students.
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