2013-2014 School Year: Elementary Lunch $2.65, MS Lunch $2.85,
HS Lunch is $3.00. Students must choose a Fruit or Vegetable with every lunch!
A la carte Milk is $0.50.
The Food/Nutrition Services department provides lunches daily for the District's students and staff. The District’s nutrition services program participates in the National School Lunch Program, meeting all nutritional standards for criteria for federal and state reimbursement. The Free and Reduced Price Meal Program provides families who meet certain income guidelines with meals at no cost or at a reduced price of 40 cents for lunch. Guidelines and forms are available here: "Free and Reduced Meal Info" and Forms can also be picked up at any school office.
Mayfield Food Service prides itself in being self-sufficient and independent of tax dollars for education. Therefore, we rely on families paying their lunch balances. Grades can be withheld if lunch balances are not paid in full.
Thank you for supporting the School Lunch Program!
Please click here to set-up on-line lunch account payments, view lunch account activity, set low balance notifications, etc...: www.spsezpay.com/MayfieldCity (starting Jan 27).
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