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|2017-2018 Meal Prices|
|Junior High||Full Price||$2.70|
|High School||Full Price||$2.80|
|Adult/Visitor Lunch||Full Price||$3.50|
Includes Choice of 1 entree - meat (may include bread) + grain + vegetables + fruits + milk
Offer Vs. Serve
This feature allows students to reject one or two of the five lunch meal components, however they are REQUIRED to take A FRUIT OR VEGETABLE.as one of the components. They may reject one of the four breakfast components.
Five Lunch Meal Components Include:
Three Breakfast Meal Components Include:
1 Grain (2)
2 Juice/Fruit/Vegetable-Require for a complete meal
The menu is subject to change due to holidays, early dismissal and special events.
For the lunch meal unit price:
The student must take at least three items for the lunch and breakfast meal unit price. If they choose less than three items they are charged at the a-la-carte price. They will also be charged a-la-carte prices if they choose extras of any one item. Vegetable and/or Fruit are required for a complete meal.
Pre-payments may be placed in the cafeteria drop box each morning - Elementary before classes and Middle/High School before11 AM. Payment received after 11 AM will be posted the following day. Students' name and I.D. number must be on the checks, or envelope if cash to insure that proper credit is given. We accept checks only for the amount of meal or total amount of prepayment. Make checks payable to Navarro Food Service.
Any check returned due to insufficient funds shall result in a $25 charge.
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