St. Agnes School is pleased to offer a hot lunch program contracted with The Meat Shoppe with meals prepared in their commercial kitchen. It is important to make sure that your child knows each day whether he/she is to order a hot lunch, because lunch counts must be submited to The Meat Shoppe each morning. If your child is going to be tardy, but needs a hot lunch, please call the school by 8:15 a.m. and order the lunch. Statements will be provided to notify families of current lunch balances, both credits and deficits.
Lunch prices will be posted on the school’s website, the annual School Directory and published monthly menus.
Lunches are expected to be paid for in advance by cash, check or ACH. If your child’s lunch account is not current, a charge slip will be sent home on Monday. Payment will be expected by Friday AM along with enough money to cover the upcoming week. Charges not paid by Friday will result in the student(s) being expected to bring a sack lunch until the account is brought up to date. St. Agnes lunch program is a not for profit program and operates on a very fine line.
Lunches are expected to be paid for in advance.
Parents/guardians may join their children for their lunch by calling the school and ordering a lunch no later than 8:15 a.m.
Students may bring sack lunches from home to be eaten. Lunchables, with juice drinks, are permitted as a sack lunch. Through the hot lunch program, chocolate and white milk are available for purchase. No sodas/carbonated beverages are allowed with a hot or sack lunch.
In compliance with the guidelines of the federal lunch program, fast food lunches (McDonald’s, Taco Bell, pizza delivery, etc.) may not be brought to school for lunch.
All food must be consumed in the cafeteria unless given permission by a classroom teacher or given directions via the school office to do differently.
Student Lunch Price - $3.15 / day
Adult Lunch Price - $3.50 / day
Milk - $.50
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