MUHS offers a variety of food options managed in house by District Food Service Director Laura La Vacca
Students receive an application for free and reduced meals in a summer mailing. Parents are strongly encouraged to complete and return this application. A State approved Point of Sales Register system protects the confidentiality of student status in the program while providing easy access to all meal/snack choices. Strong participation in the breakfast/lunch programs results in greater government support. This support enhances our ability to offer a more nutritious and varied meal program.
All breakfast and lunch meals are created to meet or exceed the minimum Federal/State school food service guidelines.
The cost for breakfast is $2.00 full-priced and no charge for reduced. The cost for regular hot lunch, salad bar or combo meal is $3.10 full-priced and no charge for reduced. Students can use their pre-paid debit meal accounts to purchase all meal options or à la Carte items, or pay cash at time of purchase. All students must log into the Point of Sales Register in order to be charged properly or to deduct their purchase from their pre-paid account.
Students/parents may pre-pay to their meal account at any time. Money orders or checks made payable to “ACSD.” will be credited to student accounts. There will be a $5.00 fee charged for all checks that are returned for insufficient funds. Parents/students are expected to keep lunch accounts up-to-date. See the Meals Charge Policy for Addison Central School District on pages 10-11 for more information.
An on-line payment system is available to make deposits into students’ school meal accounts and is the preferred method of payment. To learn more about this option go to www.abbeygroup.net. If you have any questions, you can e-mail questions to email@example.com.
Parents/students having questions or concerns may submit them in writing or call Jen Graham, Food Service Director at 802-370-4974 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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