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Offer vs. Serve

Each cafeteria will participate in offering our menu options to the students versus serving meals to them. Lunch prices are based on a complete meal. When your child is in the lunch line, they will have the opportunity to choose or deny parts of the meal. In order for a meal to be complete they must select at least 3 meal components, with at least 1 component being a fruit or vegetable. Students can always choose to take all 5 components.

Elementary School Menu Example:

Example Menu:
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Example Complete Meal #1

Example Complete Meal #2

Example Complete Meal #3

Incomplete Meal

Cheeseburger/bun (MMA/G)

Carrot sticks (V)

Apple Slices (F)

Milk (D)

Cheeseburger/bun (MMA/G)

Carrot sticks (V)

Milk (D)

Cheeseburger/bun (MMA/G)

Apple Slices (F)

Carrot sticks (V)

Apple Slices (F)

Milk (D)

Cheeseburger/bun (MMA/G)

Milk (D)

5 components

$2.40

4 components

$2.40

3 components

$2.40

3 components

$2.40

3 components

$2.50

*This meal is incomplete because it does not have a fruit or vegetable – items charged a la carte.

 

Menus and Pricing

Each school develops a monthly menu while considering age appropriate options and variety. It is important for growing minds to have balanced nutrition so we encourage our students to take all 5 meal components in their lunch. The 2017-2018 meal and component prices are as follows:

 

School

Lunch

Breakfast

Milk

Side

W.A.M*

Fitch High School

$3.00

$1.50

$0.50

$0.50

$1.00

Middle School

$2.85

$1.50

$0.50

$0.50

$1.00

Intermediate School

$2.85

$1.50

$0.50

$0.50

$1.00

Elementary School

$2.40

$1.50

$0.50

$0.50

$1.00


*W.A.M stands for “with a meal”. If your child would like a second entrée, the price is $1.00 as long as they also purchase a complete meal.

 

Food Allergies

As a district, we will make every effort to provide a suitable, and compliant substitution for a food item that your child may have a documented allergy to. For example, it is never OK to substitute fruit juice for white milk if your child has lactose intolerance, according to the USDA. In this situation, we have lactose-free milk in each cafeteria.

ALL allergies must be documented by a physician and submitted to the SCHOOL NURSE, they will then contact the Food Service Department for proper arrangements. Food preferences are not an allowable reason to make substitutions for meals.



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