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St. Mary Hot Lunch Program will begin the first day of school. A salad bar is available for students in Grades 6 through 8 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Any child who takes hot lunch will have the option to have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich instead of the main entrée along with the rest of the meal.
Swipe Card System
Each student will receive a student ID, which will serve as the student’s lunch swipe card encoded with a personal, secure ID number. Each parent loads the student’s card using their bank or credit card information at the e-Funds for Schools website. It is the parent’s responsibility to keep funds in the account in order for his/her student to be served hot lunch. If a student’s swipe card is lost or broken, a new card will be issued with a charge of $5.00.
We are still looking for volunteers to fill spots for serving Hot Lunch. The time that you are needed is 10:45 – 12:15 and lunch is provided for you. Please contact the school office for more information at 262-763-1515 or email email@example.com.
Hot Lunch Ticket Prices
- Grade K-5 $2.10 Daily
- Grade 6-8 $2.35 Daily
- Adult $3.00 Daily
Milk is included in the lunch ticket price.
Students bringing cold lunch may purchase milk daily for 30¢.
If you would like to participate in the next review of the school Wellness Policy, please contact either Loretta Jackson, St. Mary School Principal, or Bonnie Scholz, Catholic Central High School Principal.
View Wellness Policy in Handbook
Nutrition influences a child’s development, health, well-being and potential learning. To afford students the opportunity to fully participate in the educational process, students must attend school with minds and bodies ready to take advantage of their learning environment. This district-wide wellness policy encourages all members of the school community to create an environment that supports lifelong healthy habits.
Carol Robers and Suzy Bittmann are the Child Nutrition Directors for St. Mary School and Catholic Central High School. You can reach them during the school year at (262) 763-1515.
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