Lunch Ordering Program
for Pre-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 a new account.
Existing families: Use the same login and password.
If you need further assistance, please contact Liza Lazzari at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to cancel lunch or your child is absent and will no longer need the meal, please review the deadlines for lunch cancellation at the bottom of the LunchIsServed page. 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 to bring one, 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 for a lunch delivery. Please note that an emergency lunch price will be charged to your online account.
The milk program allows parents to purchase extra milk for your Kindergartner. For the first 4 weeks of school, this program allows for extra milk to be provided to your student as a courtesy, at no extra cost.
If you wish to purchase extra milk for your student for the rest of the school year, you may sign in 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.
Current participants MUST re-apply. If interested, please read this 2020-21 Letter to Households to see if you are eligible. Please submit an application to Liza Lazzari in the main office no later than October 1, 2019.
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