Breakfast & Lunch
Our meal program is being provided by Sodexo Food Company. This group is a subsidiary of the West Allis School System Food Service. We are delighted to have the opportunity to bring their program into our community. Students may qualify for free or reduced breakfast and lunches through Direct Certification or by filling out an application. All meals must be ordered in advance.
For the school year 2021-22, due to Covid-19, the school/district participates in the Seamless Summer Program (SSO) and approval of eligibility for free or reduced meals does not change your child’s ability to receive school meals at no charge.
- Breakfast will be served in a bag, containing a grain. The student has a choice of fruit or vegetable, juice, and milk. All breakfast meals will be served cold.
- Students must order their breakfast a month ahead. They cannot order the day of or the day before.
- There is no cost for breakfast for the 2021-22 school year.
- Students who ordered breakfast must be at school by 7:40 am if they wish to come in for breakfast.
- A menu will be provided at the start of each month, describing the daily food offering.
- Breakfast will be served in Tenpenny Hall.
- Students are not required to participate in this program. It is optional. Students not coming in for breakfast will remain outside.
- Students will have the opportunity to select from 2 main entrees daily.
- Meals will be ordered monthly. It cannot be ordered on the day of service.
- There is no cost for lunch for the 2021-22 school year.
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