Nutrition Services

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We are proud to be able to offer a variety of fresh and nutritious meals to our students.  Meals like meatloaf with parsleyed green beans, salmon and vegetable couscous, breaded chicken with mashed potatoes, and the favorites pizza or taco's. Lunches will include an entrée, garden bar, fresh seasonal fruit, and milk.


Parents are encouraged to create a Lunch Portal account to pre-order and monitor account activity. You will need your students id number to create an account and can find it by logging into the PowerSchool Parent Portal and clicking on the 'Student Reports' tab then 'Student ID'




Convenient 24/7 pre-ordering is available on the Lunch Time portal. Breakfast and lunch must be pre-ordered a week prior to meal service. For frequent ordering, meals can be selected a month in advance or as far in advance as allowed by the system. The lunch portal is always open; however, due to the logistics of ordering ingredients,  breakfast and lunch orders cannot be placed within the same week of the meal date. For example, if you pre-ordered a breakfast or lunch on Tuesday only, you would not be able to order again that same week on a different day.


To cancel a pre-ordered breakfast or lunch, please email chef at [email protected]



Meal Prices: Grades 7th through 12th grade eat free.   Adult Lunches: $5.00
REMEMBER TO PRE-ORDER!  Those that do not have a pre-ordered meal will need to wait until after all pre-orders have gone through the line first. 
Lunch Portal (Creating an Account & Pre-ordering Lunch)
The Lunch Portal allows students to pre-order breakfast and lunch. When enrolled, all students are issued an account which is accessed by telling the cashier their name and teacher’s name.  Students may also bring lunch from home and purchase milk.
The Lunch Time Payment Portal is now available on your mobile app for both Android and IOS. 
LunchTime Portal QR code
Free or Reduced Lunch Program
While your child may receive a free breakfast/lunch, it is still important to complete the free/reduced lunch application in order for schools to receive important funding and so we can provide other services that your child may qualify for. Students who have received free or reduced lunch from a previous school, will need to submit a new application for the current school year. Applications are processed within the first 30 days of school. Please submit your application to Kim Madak at [email protected]



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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.