Lunch Ordering Program
for Transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade
Families who wish to order “hot lunch” will need to create an online account on LunchIsServed https://www.lunchisserved.com/. Please follow these steps:
New families: Please register and create an account.
Existing families: Use the same login and password.
If you need further assistance, please contact Amanda Bedolla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your student is absent and will no longer need a lunch, please review the deadlines to cancel lunches at the bottom of the LunchIsServed page as we are not able to cancel past 9:00AM and No refunds will be provided. Allow for early planning if you would like to cancel lunches and not be charged.
If your child does not have a lunch or forgets we can provide a meal at the “hot lunch” line. Your student will be given an Emergency Lunch which includes an entree, fruit or vegetable option, a snack and drink. This meal is then charged to your account. Your child also has the option of calling home.
Parents are required to preload with a credit card on the LunchIsServed account and pay for meals. This goes for any family who wishes to participate in the “hot lunch” program. The 3rd party online provider does not allow transactions to fall into further than -$8.00 negative on meal balance. The system will automatically remind the account holder to reload and make their account current and will not allow any further ordering.
LunchIsServed delivers fresh daily. Pizza is offered every Friday and cookie days are Tuesday and Thursday. Lunch is served at 12:30pm to 2nd through 8th graders from the Sellman Auditorium. Students in TK through 1st grade are served under the Kinder wing at 12:00pm (noon).
Students in Kindergarten are provided with free milk as a courtesy for the first 4 weeks of school. If you wish to purchase milk for your student for the rest of the school year, you may register through LunchIsServed and select the “milk ticket” option. Paper “milk tickets” will be mailed to your home address, you may drop them off to your student’s teacher and teachers will distribute accordingly.
Free & Reduced Lunch Program
Applications are available if you wish to apply for the FRL program. Current participants MUST re-apply. If interested, please read this Letter to Households to see if you are eligible. Please submit application to Amanda Bedolla in the main office no later than October 1, 2018.
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