Price List

Price List

Cafeteria Meal Prices 2018-2019

  Breakfast Lunch
Elementary Meal Price $1.35 $2.75
Secondary Meal Price $1.35 $2.90
Reduced Meal Price $0.30 $0.40
Adults Meal Price A La Carte $3.65
Elementary Entree A La Carte $2.25
Secondary Entree A La Carte $2.45

A La Carte Price List

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Breakfast

  • Student - $1.35
  • Adult - A La Carte

A La Carte Prices

  • Breakfast Entrees - $0.80
  • Toast - $0.25
  • Cereal, Muffin, Biscuit - $0.50
  • Yogurt - $1.00
  • Chicken Biscuit - $1.25

Lunch

  • Elementary Student - $2.75
  • Secondary Student - $2.90
  • Adult - $3.65

A La Carte Prices

  • Entrees (Elementary) - $2.25 ($1.00 w/ purchase of meal)
  • Entrees (Secondary) - $2.45 ($1.00 w/ purchase of meal)
  • Fruit (1 serving) - $0.50
  • Vegetable (1 serving) - $0.50
  • Yogurt - $1.00
  • String Cheese - $0.25
  • Roll - $0.25

Beverages

  • Coffee, Tea - $0.40
  • Bottled Water (8 oz) - $0.40
  • Bottled Water (16.9 oz) - $0.75
  • Juice, Small (4 oz) - $0.30
  • Milk (8 oz) - $0.45
  • Capri Sun (100% Juice) - $0.50

Junior/High Schools Only

  • Izze - $1.00
  • Juice, Medium (6 oz) - $0.50

High Schools Only

  • Propel (16.9 oz) & G2 - $1.00

Dessert & Snack Items

  • Chips & Snacks - $0.50
  • Beef Jerky - $0.50
  • Popcorn- $0.50

Ice Cream

  • Small (Cups, Polar Blast, Mighty Mini Sandwich, Scooter Bars, Fudge Bar) - $0.50
  • Large (Cones, Ice Cream Sandwich) - $0.75

Extra Condiments

  • Ranch Dressing - $0.20
  • Condiments - $0.10

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