Food Services Personnel:
Food Services FAQ:
No. Congress did not extend school meal waivers and school meals will no longer be available to ALL students free of charge. Students that do not qualify for free meals will be charged for each meal they take at the beginning of SY 2022-2023.
Yes! We do have accounts set up for just this reason. There is a lunch account that we can add funds to pay for student’s with negative balances. There are two ways for you to donate into these accounts:
|2022-2023 Meal Prices|
|School||Student Lunch||Adult Lunch||Student Breakfast||Adult Breakfast|
|AHS / AMS||3.25||4.45||2.25||2.75|
Milk = 45 cents
Reduced Breakfast = 30 cents
Reduced Lunch = 40 cents
USD 402 No Charge Procedure: Parents/guardians will make payments to student lunch accounts in advance of student participation in school lunch and breakfast programs. Student balances will be checked daily prior to meal service, and those without sufficient funds in their account to cover the cost of the menu meal will be offered an alternate meal. Child Nutrition Program free/reduced meal status applications are available to all families in the district. Qualification for free/reduced meal status as a family is income-based. Additionally, some families may be directly certified free status by the state SRS.
There are two ways to add money to your child’s lunch account:
1. You can bring cash or check into the school office and the money will be added to their account.