Secondary Meals

  • The move up to secondary school can be an exciting time and there will certainly be a big difference from what students experienced at the elementary level.

    Secondary lunch menus are on a three week rotating cycle.  Every day, two or three different main entree choices areoffered along with the standard four entrees.  The “daily standards” are:

    • Cheese or pepperoni pizza
    • Spicy chicken sandwich
    • Cheeseburger/hamburger
    • Assorted subs and/or wraps


      A Full Meal Deal costs $3.75 for full pay students and $.40 for reduce eligible students.  It is the best value in town and includes:

    • 1 Entree Choice
    • Choice of milk flavor

     And up to four side choices (only 1 juice please):

    • Oven baked shoestring fries or curly fries
    • Fresh veggies-n-dip
    • Tossed salad
    • Assorted 10 oz juice
    • Fruit cups
    • Fresh whole fruit (fruit & vegetable variety based upon availability)



    Condiments and a “Flavor Station” is available so you can customize your meal.  Fresh lettuce, onions, sauces, and spices are just a few things you will find.

    *Beverage and snack items not specifically listed on the menu are sold at A la carte prices and are not included in the Full Meal Deal. The menu will remain the same barring delivery shortages. Free and reduce meal benefits apply only to the Full Meal Deal.

Elementary Meals

  • Elementary meals are produced, packaged, and sealed in our Central Kitchen facility then sent out to our schools. The elementary meals offer a variety of 30 different entrees providing students two different choices each day, over our three week cycle.

    Nutrition Services implements an offer versus serve (OVS) process in our meal program, which allows our students to have some choices, decreases plate waste and supports more efficient program operations. OVS encourages children to make selections of the foods they prefer to eat.



    The following photos are of various entrees, sides, and à la carte offered in our district.

Last Modified on May 28, 2020