School Lunch Program Information
* Free and/or Reduced meals will be provided to students if a Family Application is returned to the school and the application meets Income Eligibility Guidelines. To apply for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals, a Family Application must be completed and signed by an Adult Household Member and returned to the school. One Application per Family with names of ALL Household Members, ALL earnings, and Student Information (name, school, grade, etc.) is required. Meals may be paid for in advance. Menus are printed and sent home every month. Students are offered what is on the menu plus fresh fruits and vegetables every day. Students may select five items for lunch and four items for breakfast. However, all students are required to take at least three food items of their choice from the different food groups for breakfast and lunch. Students are encouraged to try new and different foods.
* Menus may be changed due to weather, delivery problems, field trips, etc.
Meal prices are as follows:
· Breakfast: All students eat free breakfast
· Lunch: Grades, PK-3 - $1.75; Grades 4-8 - $2.00; Grades 9-12 - $2.25
· Reduced Prices for all grades are Lunch $.40 if application is approved reduced.
· Teachers and Staff - $3.50 · Visitor (adult) - $4.00, Visitor (child) - $1.75
· Holiday Meal for Visitor -$6.00
FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH
FOR ALL KIDS AND TEENS (18 & UNDER)
BULK MEAL PICK-UP EVERY WEDNESDAY
AT BEAN STATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3 PM – 6 PM
· To pick up bulk meals at Bean Station Elementary, please notify the cafeteria by Tuesday at
noon by calling: 1-865-767-2797.
· Students that attend on campus will receive 3 days worth of meals.
· Virtual and Community children will receive 7 days worth of meals.
All Grab & Go meals will be distributed via drive through. Please remain in your vehicle.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The parent/guardian must be ready to identify the child receiving meals as a virtual, community, or on campus child. Children are not required to be in the vehicle. We will be monitoring for on campus students for the integrity of the program.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.