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Lunches & Breakfast

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Elementary school lunches cost $2.40 (For the 2016-17 school year, the reduced fees will be waived so that students who qualify for reduced-price breakfasts and lunches will receive them free.), and milk and ice cream cost 60 cents each.  Adults pay $1.85 for breakfast and $3.55 for lunch in school cafeterias.  If a student does not want a complete lunch, milk and food items may be purchased individually. Breakfast is available for $1.50. 


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Meals may not be charged at any school. Parents or students must pay in advance using MySchoolBucks.com or by sending cash or checks to the school cafeteria.  
To speak with My School Bucks please call 855-832-5226 Monday - Friday 7am to 7pm.


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Use our Nutrislice App to view school menus on your computer, via email, or on your mobile device! Nutrislice provides detailed ingredient lists and nutritional information about school lunches and breakfasts! http://www.mychesterfieldschools.nutrislice.com/

Other food Chesterfield schools encourage healthy snacks and limit celebrations that involve food during the school day. Many students have food sensitivities that can lead to life threatening reactions. At home, parents can manage the foods their children are exposed to. Managing exposure at school is more of a challenge, so schools take reasonable steps to meet that challenge by asking all parents to follow four simple guidelines:
  • If you bring food to your child at school, do not bring food for anyone else’s child and do not share your food with any other child. 
  • If you wish to send treats for other students, for a birthday or any other celebration, send non-food treats such as pencils, bookmarks, etc. 
  • Unless specifically asked to do so, do not send any food to school for consumption by other students.
  • Talk to your children about the problems associated with sharing food at school and discourage them from doing so.
If you have questions, it’s best to ask your child’s teacher about guidelines for food in the classroom.  You can find more information about school lunches and nutrition and the free lunch forms on our district website.

To apply for free or reduced-price meals, families must complete an application. Only one application is needed per family, and forms are available in school offices, school cafeterias, by calling 804-743-3717 or online at www.heartlandapps.com

Visit our Food and Nutritional Services site for more information and to find out about our Free or Reduced-Price Lunch program.