Nutrition Services

MySchoolBucks

Access Student Meal Accounts

  • Easy way to manage and add money to meal accounts.
  • Use your child's school ID number.
  • Access to turn off automatic payments if a student has graduated or leaves the district.
  • For questions on your account, contact MySchoolBucks at 1-855-832-5226 ext. 4127 or email parentsupport@myschoolbucks.com.

Meal Prices 2018-2019

Cost for breakfast, lunch, and milk at Kellogg School District #391

Elementary (K-5)

Breakfast: $1.70

Reduced Breakfast: $0.30

Lunch: $2.90

Reduced Lunch: $0.40

Milk: $0.45

Secondary (6-12)

Breakfast: $1.80

Reduced Breakfast: $0.30

Lunch: $3.00

Reduced Lunch: $0.40

Milk: $0.45

Adult Meals

Breakfast: $2.25

Lunch: $3.75

Milk: $0.45

Overages on Meal Charges

Can Students Have Lunch with No Money in Their Account?

Middle and high school students are not allowed to overcharge their meal accounts. However, elementary students are served lunch even if there is an overage on their account. Accruing a negative balance is only to occur when there is an emergency. We cannot allow more than three emergency charges, and none are permitted during the last two weeks of the school year.

Refunds

How Do I Get Money Back from a Student Meal Account?

  • Refunds may be issued at any time during the school year.
  • Please submit a completed Refund Form to your student's school or directly to the School Nutrition Director at the KSD #391 District Office.
  • After processing, a check will be mailed to the address listed on the Refund Form. Please allow several weeks for processing and delivery.
Refund Form.pdf

Free and Reduced Price School Meals

Can my Child Participate?

  • Apply for free and reduced price meals by completing a 2018-2019 application. Applications can be found at your child's school office, the KSD #391 office, or under the Nutrition Services website documents.
  • Applications are protected as HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL and are kept private and secure.
  • We are committed to our non-discrimination policy. Applications are approved in accordance with the National School Lunch Program policy.
  • Please submit the completed form to:

Rachel Ewing, RD, LD

School Nutrition Director

800 Bunker Ave, Kellogg, ID 83837

Phone: (208) 784-1348

Fax: (208) 786-3331

Special Meal Accommodations

What If My Child Can't Eat a Regular Diet?

  • If your child requires special diet accommodations, please submit a Request for Special Meal Accommodation Due to Medical Condition form. This form must be completed and signed by a qualifying health professional: a licensed physician (MD, DO), physician’s assistant (PA), nurse practitioner (RN, LPN), or dentist (DMD, DDS).
  • The KSD #391 Nutrition Services Program is committed to meeting your child’s nutrition needs. Accommodations and substitutions to regular menus will be made for students with documented needs.
  • If you know your child will require special diet accommodations, please communicate these needs with your child’s teacher, principal, and school nurse, if appropriate, in addition to submitting the Request for Special Meal Accommodation Due to Medical Condition form to the School Nutrition Director.
  • The Request for Special Meal Accommodation Due to Medical Condition form can be found at your child's school office, school kitchen, the KSD #391 District Office, or here at the Nutrition Services website.
Parent Letter, Special Diets.pdf
Request for Special Meal Accommodation Due to Medical Condition.pdf

USDA Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Program

Pinehurst Elementary School was approved for the 2017-2018 school year.

  • All enrolled Pinehurst Elementary students will receive a fresh fruit or vegetable snack in the afternoon during school days on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and sometimes Fridays!
  • Fruits and vegetables served last year include fresh grapefruit, sugar snap peas, blueberries, organic strawberries, apricots, butternut squash, avocado, honeydew, blood oranges, grape tomatoes, and more!

Contact Us

Questions and Concerns?

  • If I can be of help at any time, please reach out and let me know what I can do.

Rachel Ewing, RD, LD

School Nutrition Director

Kellogg School District #391

800 Bunker Ave, Kellogg, ID 83837

Phone: (208) 784-1348

Fax: (208) 786-3331

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