If you would like to apply for free or reduced meals for your student(s), please fill out the Free and Reduced Meals Application. The application can be found on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal or in any of the school offices. For questions regarding this application process or your food service account, please contact Becky Frisby at 715-825-2101 ext. 1530.
|Level||Breakfast||Lunch||Breakfast & Lunch/Week|
|Reduced, All Levels||$ .30||$ .40||$3.50|
|Student Alacarte||$ .75||$1.00|
|Student Activity Bag Supper||$2.75|
*NOTICE : Lunch Accounts need to be in the positive for a la carte purchases.
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
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