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Lunch Prices Scheduled to Increase on November 1

At its regular meeting on October 20, the Westchester SD 92½ Board of Education approved a $0.20 increase to the price of a school lunch effective Tuesday, November 1, 2016.  The price of a lunch with milk will be $3.50.  Although an increase was scheduled for last year, Quest has not increased the cost of lunch since Quest became the District’s food vendor in 2014 until October 1 of this yeear.  All lunch fees are exclusively used to pay for lunches.  Students who qualify for reduced-priced meals will not see any increase in the price of a meal.


Los Precios de Lonches Aumentarán el 1o de noviembre

Durante la reunión de la Junta de Educación del 20 de octubre, se aprobó un aumento de $0.20 al precio del lonche escolar efectivo el 1o de noviembre de 2016.  El precio del lonche será $3.50.  Aunque un aumento se programó el año pasado, Quest no ha aumentado el costo de un lonche desde que se hizo el vendedor de comidas en 2014 hasta el 1o de octubre de este año.  Todo el dinero de lonche se usa exclusivamente para pagar los lonches.  Los alumnos que califican para las comidas con precios reducidos no tendrán el aumento de precio.


 The District lunch program will be provided on a daily basis. Students may also bring a lunch from home and they have the option to purchase white or chocolate milk. The prices for lunch and cartons of milk are determined annually. Families qualifying for free or reduced lunch may pick up the application form in the school offices. Free or reduced lunches are provided under the National School Lunch Program. 

If a student forgets to bring a lunch, the school will provide a lunch and the parent/guardian will be charged the price of the meal. Students will receive a a full meal for up to two days when there is a zero or negative balance. 
District 92½'s food service program ensures that meals meet USDA requirements and all nutritional guidelines. Meals include fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy and ample protein that promotes healthy eating. Serving sizes are appropriate to the dietary needs of the age served helping students with healthy choices. Food service rules shall restrict the sale of foods of minimal nutritional value as defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the food service areas during the meal periods. 
Click the below links to view your child's lunch menu:
School Lunch Menus:
For parents who wish to order lunch using a credit card, we are continuing to use MealTime as our payment system:

The MealTime Online system allows you to put money into an account for your child to use for lunch or milk purchases. A minimum of $25.00 per family is required by MealTime. All fees paid online will be charged a 2.5% service fee that will be added to the total bill at the time of payment. You will need your child’s ID to register. His/her ID number can be found on the Home Access Center letter you received at registration or you may call the school office or log into Home Access Center. The MealTime account is beneficial if you would like to use a credit card, know your child’s balance and receive notification of a low balance.

If you do not wish to pay by credit card, you may send a check/cash to school in an envelope marked with your child’s name and homeroom/first period teacher’s name on it. If the exact amount of $3.50 is not sent, the  remainder will be put in an account for future lunch or milk purchases. The Head Cafeteria Supervisor will put it in your child’s account on MealTime.