During the Season of Lent, pizza day is not always on a Friday,
sometimes it will move to Thursdays.
11:25 - 11:55
11:55 - 12:25
12:25 - 12:55
2011 - 2012 Lunch Prices
Lunch (includes 1 milk or
juice, and 1 trip to the salad bar)
Each Extra Lunch Milk or Juice
(which the younger children may purchase during assigned break time)
The cafeteria operates from a pre-paid
program. Students are assigned a PIN number so that each family is charged
accurately. We work with the students a great deal to help them become familiar
with this process!
If you would like to order
a lunch when visiting your student(s), please remember to notify the cafeteria by
9:00 am. Please email
email@example.com or leave a message at 256-722-0772 ext. 214.
Procedures for participating in the
Deposit money into your lunch
account. (one account per family, so please plan accordingly).
Set a schedule for depositing funds
into your account. Automatic draft is optional.
At the end of each month, we will
email you an invoice that shows a summary of charges. (We will have
detailed information available at the school should you have specific
Teachers of the younger children
may limit the purchase of ice cream to a specific day.
Clarify with your student what
he/she may purchase and when he/she may purchase it. FYI—in the past we
have had students purchasing ice cream or additional milk on a daily basis
thus quickly depleting the account without the parents’ immediate
knowledge. As you can see, we must rely on your communication with your
student regarding the purchase of the “extras” in the cafeteria.
Students are not refused a lunch
should they not have any money in their account. However, you can imagine
the difficulty of bookkeeping when there are negative balances. Repeated
problems in this area will involve a meeting with administration.
Snack drinks: For classrooms that have
the opportunity to purchase a snack drink, the teacher presents the cafeteria
cashier with a list of students that took a snack drink. The cashier then
enters the charge into the family’s account. Again, this is an important
communication time between you and your child.
For example: If your child buys a hot lunch, an ice cream and a drink snack, that adds up
to $4.25 day or $21.25 a week. You determine when and how much to place into
the account. Questions? Please don’t hesitate to ask! Thanks!