Meals are served at the following locations Monday - Thursday, featuring Pizza on Thursdays.
**Meals will not be served July 4, 2017.
May 22 - July 27
May 22 - Jul 27
May 22 - July 27
|Elementary Full Price||$2.35||$11.75|
|Middle School Full Price||$2.55||$12.75|
|High School Full Price||$2.70||$13.50|
|Reduced Breakfast Price||$.30|
USD 261 participates in the Child Nutrition Program to assist eligible families with school meals. To apply for the Child Nutrition Program, simply complete an application and submit it to the Food Service Office. See the application for eligibility requirements.
For parents with busy morning schedules, it’s sometimes difficult to ensure that kids are eating a healthy breakfast before they head off to school. Children often aren’t ready to eat right after waking up, and it can be challenging to find nutritious breakfast foods they like. Some kids refuse breakfast at home and discover that they are hungry when they arrive at school. The School Breakfast Program provides a great option for parents.
As you may know, a great breakfast is offered for all students at school. Studies have proven that kids who eat breakfast achieve higher academic scores, are more alert in class, visit the school nurse less often, and are better behaved in school. If morning meals are difficult for your family, let the School Breakfast Program help you out!
|Breakfast is Served!|
|Ruth Clark||7:55 AM|
What if my child has food allergies or dietary special needs, will you modify meals?
Federal regulations require the school to receive written instructions from an appropriate medical authority before the school can modify your child's meals. A recognized medical authority must complete one of the following forms to document your child's current special dietary needs.
All parents using the meal modification forms MUST contact Gina Lee, Director of Food Services, to set up an appointment to review the dietary needs of their students.
The medical authority must list on the form all foods that are to be eliminated from the diet and foods that may be substituted.
The appropriate medical statement should be dated no earlier than July 1, 2016. To ensure your student's special dietary needs are met on the first day of school, the parent/guardian MUST contact Gina Lee, Director of Food Services, to make an appointment to go over the student's dietary needs for the 2016-17 school year. Contact Gina Lee at the Food Service office, 316-554-2219.
Important: Please sign the appropriate medical statement. If the school staff need additional information to clarify how to carry out the diet prescription, your signature is required for the physician or medical authority to share information with the school.
The following are links to the letters and forms USDA has provided regarding Special Dietary Needs of Students:
School meals in Haysville USD 261 include more fruits, vegetables, and whole grain-rich foods; only fat-free or low-fat milk; "right-size" meals with portions designed for a child's age; and less saturated fat, trans fat, and sodium. The changes in school meals, the first in 15 years, are based on the latest nutritional guidelines. Read more....
Changes to guidelines for meals served by schools across the country came from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and are funded by the 2010 Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. See the changes....
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