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School Meal Prices

  Breakfast Lunch Milk
Pre-K Students Free $2.50 $.60
K-8 Students Free $2.75 $.60
9-12 Students Free $3.00 $.60
Adult A La Carte *See Below A La Carte *See Below $.60

A La Carte Lunch Prices

Premium Entree (HS only)
Entree Salad / Entree Parfait
Hot Entree
Sandwich $2.25
Roll / Breadstick $.50
Side of Rice / LoMein $.75
Side of Vegetable / Fruit $.75

Extra Item Prices

Smart Snacks

Brownies & Pudding Cup $.75
Chips & Snacks
$.50 - $1.25
Cookies $.25 - $.50
Fruit Snacks $.75
Grain/Cereal Bars and Pop-Tarts $.75
Ice Cream $.75 - $1.00
Mini Rice Krispies Treat $.25
Yogurt (4 oz.) $.50
Yogurt (8 oz.) $1.00
Smart Beverages

Milk Carton (1/2 pint) $.60
16 oz. Bottled Water (CMS)
20 oz. Bottled Water (MS & HS Only) $1.00
8 oz. Bottled 100% Fruit Juice $1.00
10 oz. Canned 100% Fruit Juice (HS Only) $1.25
10 oz. Assorted Beverage (HS Only) $1.50 -  $3.00
*High School Only:
All students in non-CEP schools must have an approved meal application, cash, or money on account to make meal purchases. Procedures are in place for students who do not have money to receive a complete meal for PreK, Elementary, & Middle Schools. The price of the meal is charged to the student's account. Parents will be notified of balances due and are responsible for payment. High School Students are not allowed to go into the negative to purchase any food items. There is a "no charge" policy in high schools.

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