Good nutrition shall be promoted in the District's meal programs and in other food and beverages that are sold to students during the school day. The type and amounts of food and beverages sold to students before school and during the regular school day in any school that participates in the National School Lunch Program must consist of nutritious, well-balanced, and age-appropriate meals that reflect food and nutrition requirements specified by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
A student may bring a sack lunch from home or may purchase a school lunch for $3.40 and/or milk for $0.35.
Free or reduced price meals are available for qualifying students. For more information about the free/reduced lunch program, contact Lisa Peters in the District office at (708) 342-4901.