School Lunch Menu

Board policy 710.4

Meal Charges with the following changes. To remind students/families when there is $10.00 remaining in their nutrition fund and to allow students/families to be $25.00 negative before offering an alternative meal. Motion carried unanimously. June 12, 2017 School Board Minutes.

Breakfast and Lunch Prices 2019-2020

Breakfast Prices

  • PK-5 $1.60
  • 6-12 $1.70
  • Adult/second breakfast price $2.40

Lunch Prices

  • PK-5 - $2.35
  • 6-8 - $2.45
  • 9-12 - $2.55
  • Adult/second lunch price $3.75
Elem./MS & HS Lunch Policies

Breakfast and lunch are served every day at BOTH Centers. Students may deposit any amount of money in their lunch account at any time. Students will be warned when their account is at the $5.00 mark that they are in need of lunch money.

All students are only allowed to be $5.00 delinquent in their account. After that they will NOT be allowed to purchase any meal or extras until a deposit is made into their account.

If a student does not have lunch money and is at the negative $5.00 mark and has not brought a sack lunch, then they will be charged for a bread & butter sandwich. If a student brings cold lunch from home and would like to drink milk with it, they may purchase a carton and have $.50 deducted from their meal account. Money to be deposited in accounts should be brought to the office window upon arrival in the morning.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WHATEVER AMOUNT IS BROUGHT IN MUST BE DEPOSITED IN ACCOUNT - NO CHANGE IS GIVEN.

Examples of a Reimbursable Breakfast

A few examples for a reimbursable breakfast meal:

  • One pancake sausage stick, milk, Fruit Cup = two grains, one milk, one fruit
  • One pancake sausage stick, and a piece of fresh fruit = two grains, one fruit
  • One pancake sausage stick and an OJ = two grains, one fruit

Grain = 1 0z.

Fruit = 1 Cup

Milk = 1 Cup

You Must take 3 of the 4 items offered to be a REIMBURSABLE Breakfast and a 1 Cup Fruit Choice Must be one of them.

*All Food items purchased individually will be charged as the price per piece even if you qualify for FREE or REDUCED. You will only get your meal at the free or reduced price if you purchase the WHOLE Breakfast or WHOLE Lunch.

Examples of a Reimbursable Lunch

A few examples for a reimbursable lunch meal:

  • Five items are offered, students must take at least three with
  • Minimum of a 1/2 Cup of Fruit or 1/2 Cup of Veggie being one of them.

If you have any questions please ask us. Thanks

Grain = 1 0z.

Fruit or Veggie = 1 Cup

Milk = 1 Cup

You Must take 3 of the 5 items offered to be a REIMBURSABLE LUNCH and fruit or veggie must be on the plate.

*All Food items purchased individually will be charged as the price per piece even if you qualify for FREE or REDUCED. You will only get your meal at the free or reduced price if you purchase the WHOLE Breakfast or WHOLE Lunch.

Individual Ala Carte Breakfast Item Prices 2019 - 2020
  • Milk .50
  • Main Breakfast Entree .80
  • Main Lunch Entree $1.60
  • Fruit .60
  • Veggie .60
  • OJ .60
  • Bread/Bun/Toast .40
  • Yogurt .80
  • Snack Item including water 1.00
Semester Milk 2019-2020

Semester Milk Prices for PK-Elementary are

  • 3 and 4 Year Old PS - $35 per Semester per student
  • K-4th - $40 per Semester per student
SNAP Program

Apply for SNAP Program = Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

If you qualify for Free Lunches your whole family could qualify for SNAP

Breakfast and Lunch are served daily at each center.  Breakfast includes for the price - Entree', milk, oj and fruit cup. Info on purchasing a reimbursable meal is below, ONLY a reimbursable meal is FREE or REDUCED price. If only one item is taken it is NOT Free or Reduce.

  • “In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
    • USDA permits the use of a shorter notice: “This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”
  • “It is the policy of South Winneshiek CSD not to discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or religion in its programs, activities, or employment practices as required by the Iowa Code section 216.7. If you have questions or grievances related to compliance with this policy by (Name of CNP Provider), please contact the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, Grimes State Office Building, 400 E. 14th St., Des Moines, IA 50319-1004; phone number 515-281-4121, 800-457-4416; web site: http://www.state.ia.us/government/crc/index.html.”
    • If the CNP participates in NSLP or SBP, the Iowa Code section 216.9 must also be referenced.