Your Child Nutrition team welcomes all TITANS!
Please take a few moments to become familiar with policies and prices using our links located to the right.
Because our students asked for more options, we are initiating Smart Snacks during lunch at the Middle/Intermediate School and High School this year. Our initial offerings are a variety of baked chips; several cereal bar choices; fresh baked cookies; several poptart choices; variety of ice cream choices; bottled water; assorted juices; and rice krispie bar treat.
Students are encouraged to choose a Titan Lunch before purchasing from the new Smart Snacks area. They may continue to purchase extra items served in the breakfast and lunch lines e.g. entrees, milk, fruits, vegetables, etc.
All food items sold by your CNS department meet the current USDA nutritional guidelines, so there’s no need to worry about your student filling up on “junk” food. These items are whole grain, low calorie, nutritious Smart Snacks.
Individual items are charged in addition to the cost of a Titan Lunch or Titan Breakfast. Individual items are not included in the cost of the meal. All charges for individual items are the responsibility of the household.
We encourage you to have a conversation with your student(s) about the importance of eating a Titan Lunch and Titan Breakfast, while sharing with them your expectations and limits (if any) for charging to their meal accounts. Reminding them you are responsible for funding the account is often times all that's necessary to avoid placing restrictions on the meal account.
Purchasing individual items is available to all students, regardless of any school meal benefits they may receive. If your student is eligible for free or reduced price meals, it is still your responsibility to pay for all individual items and keep their meal account funded or restrict the individual purchases.
If you prefer to restrict individual charges to your student’s meal account, visit our Meal Prices and Restrictions link for the necessary form.
Last Modified on July 15, 2016