The online lunch account access allows parents and guardians to check their students' lunch account balance and monitor what charges to the account. Log in to the Parent Portal (link above) and click on Lunch.
To make an online payment, you can "click here to make payment" at the top of the page. This will direct you the RevTrak, our online payment system. You will login in to RevTrak, our online payment system, to make the payment.
For lunch account assistance or questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org at the district office, 641-466-3510.
Family Accounts - All students from one family share one account. This means only one check/payment needs to be sent for all the students in a family, and it may be sent to any school building.
District-Wide Use - Students may use the funds in this account for breakfast and lunch at any of the three school buildings.
To help manage your student's account use, we have set up the following charging levels:
Level I - Meal only - students may charge one meal per serving period (lunch and breakfast) per day.
Level II - Allow charging meals, plus extra servings and a la carte items.
Please inform your students of their charging levels.
staff will make every attempt to follow these levels, but it is the
responsibility of the student to know what they can and cannot charge,
particularly at the Jr-Sr High School level where there are more
options for students.
If you have any request that is not covered by the two levels, such as extra milk only or breakfast limits, please let us know so we can put a notation on the account. If you have any questions or concerns please e-mail LuAnn Ohnemus or call 641-466-3331 ext. 228.
If you did not indicate a charging level on your registration form, they will be automatically be a level I. If you would like to change it, let us know.
You may deposit any amount in your family lunch account.
We’d like to encourage any parent or guardian that would like to come check out the lunch program as we continue to make changes for the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, please feel free to come eat with us. The cost is $3.85 for each adult meal. Please make sure to call ahead the day before to let us know – visitor rules require this.
Did you know that you can apply for free and reduced meals at any time through-out the school year? If you were not eligible at the start of the year, but have had a change of income from events such as being laid off, the free and reduced program can help out.
Not only does this program help families make ends meet, it is also beneficial for the school. Many grants give preference to schools with a higher percentage of students on the free and reduced lunch program. The higher the percentage, the more funds that can be available for the district.
Free and Reduced Meals - How It Works Students on the free or reduced lunch program are eligible to receive one lunch and one breakfast at the free or reduced price. Each meal must consist of three items from different food groups to qualify.
BREAKFAST: 1/2 cup of a fruit is now required for a meal. Students must take 3 of 4 offered food groups:
LUNCH: students must take 3 of 5 offered food groups. As required by the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act, students are required to take at least 1/2 cup of a fruit or vegetable. The 5 food groups are:
If what is on the tray does not qualify as a meal, the items will be charged at a la carte prices - you will NOT receive the free/reduced benefit. Extra servings are not included in the free/reduced program and will be charged at regular prices. These rules are set by the USDA as part of the National School Lunch Program.
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