The Nutrition Services Department is pleased to welcome your child(ren) to the 2021-2022 school year! We continue to strive to make the meals offered at all of our district schools, whole grain rich and full of locally sourced fruits and vegetables, when available. Please encourage your child(ren) to select and consume all of the offered options to ensure they are getting the most balanced meal available.
This school year, lunch at Goldwood Primary, Kensington Intermediate, the Middle School and High School is $3.30. The lunch includes a hot/cold entrée, side dishes, fresh produce and milk. The menus are available on line at Nutrislice.com.
Free and Reduced Price Lunches
If you think you may qualify for free or reduced price lunches , please fill out the application.
Applications may be printed from the link on our web site, or picked up in the school office or at the board office.
Applications can be filed at any time throughout the school year, please keep that in mind should your financial situation change at any point.
You may also fill out applications on line, it is safe, secure, fast and easy! Visit: http://lunchapp.com/
All parents and students are required to utilize the
pre-payment plan to decrease the amount of time students spend in line at the
point of sale.
NO CASH IS ACCEPTED IN THE SERVING LINE!
All students have a pre-established lunch account. Unlimited funds may be deposited to the account electronically or by cash/check payment. A debit against the deposit will occur for each purchase made.
Cash for purchases are not accepted at any building during the lunch service, additionally, credit will not be offered.
The choice to pre-pay by electronic transfer of funds from a bank
checking account or by credit card is available by using an EZ Pay account.
There is a nominal fee for this service.
Questions or Comments?
Please feel free to call:
Tina Wasserbauer MS, RDN, LD
Nutrition Services Office
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