ENROLLED WN STUDENTS TO RECEIVE FREE MEALS FOR THE 21-22 SCHOOL YEAR
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved all schools to offer free lunch to all students regardless of income. Those schools that offer breakfast will be able to offer free breakfast to all students as well. This means students will receive their meals for FREE this school year.
Some things to keep in mind:
Students must take the required components to make a reimbursable meal in order for it to be free.
How students make a reimbursable meal will be posted/displayed in the cafeteria or during meal delivery. The cashier or other school staff will help students take a full reimbursable meal.
If students purchase ala carte items such as a bottled drink, additional milk, chips, cookies or entrée, a charge for these items will occur. Example: A student packs their lunch and takes a milk. The milk will be considered ala carte and the student will be charged for the milk.
Please make sure there are adequate funds in the account if purchasing ala carte items.
Nothing needs to be sent to the school in order to have a student receive meals for free. Free meals are automatically offered to all students regardless of income.
Textbook Assistance - Families that believe they would qualify for free or reduced meals normally, should still submit a completed free/reduced meal application. If guidelines are met, families may be eligible for other educational benefits. Some examples of other educational benefits may include curricular (textbook) assistance test/exam fee reduction or waiver, and eligibility for other discounts or program opportunities.
Benefits from completing applications stretch far beyond the cafeteria and impact students in the classroom and at home. All information submitted in these applications is private and confidential.
OFFER VS SERVE
Understanding the Lunch Line: A Parent's Guide
If your child has a food allergy we will try to accommodate them. A signed doctor's statement for the current year stating the allergy and recommendations for altering meals must be on file in the food service office the building the child attends.
MEAL PRICES FOR 2021-2022
West Noble Middle School - Ala Carte items at the middle school are FULL PRICE for everyone and may be paid by cash or money in their lunch account. NO CHARGING OF ALA CARTE ITEMS.
- $2.70 per lunch meal
- $1.50 per breakfast meal
- 30¢ per extra milk
- $4.60 per lunch meal
- $2.50 per breakfast meal
- 30¢ per extra milk
- Breakfast is a complete meal - no choices or ala carte items are available.
- If eating breakfast, be sure there is enough money in the account for both breakfast and lunch.
- A parent, or a student, may request an account balance at any time.
- Parent FAQ concerning "Offer vs. Serve'.
PAYING FOR MEALS
Families can now make payments online for lunch and breakfast. You may pay using Skyward Family Access or RevTrak Online.
Pay when it’s most convenient for you with a computer or mobile device. This district Web Store even integrates with Skyward!
RevTrak instructions for creating an account.
Links for both programs are also available under Quick Links on the left side of your building page.
Not using RevTrak or Skyward - Please send meal money in using an envelope with the student's first and last name, grade level, and amount to be deposited on the front. Include the teacher's name if your child is in K through 4 grade. Multiple students from the same family may use one envelope. Be sure to label with all the student information and the amount to be deposited in each student's account.
FREE OR REDUCED MEAL INFORMATION
Applications and instructions are located under Food Service. Food Service is located on the drop-down menu under Departments, located on the red bar near the top. If a student packs a lunch and would like a milk, the cost is 30 cents.
WNMS FOOD SERVICE TEAM
- Susie Culp, Manager
- email: email@example.com
- phone: 800.488.3191 ext 2035
- Bonnie Isaac, Assistant Manager
- Krista Eash
- Aminta Noble
- Brenda Patrick
- Marge Wineland
- Lorrie Shrock
- Lauri Carr
- Angelica Shriver
- Marilyn Eash
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.