The School Dining System portal which you use to access your student’s food service account is being updated by our software partner. The portal is being re-named to Total Access and will be updated with a new look and feel shortly. This update will take place on March 20th.
Directions for connecting to the School's Electronic Dining System
These updates are strictly cosmetic in nature and will not alter your use of the site in any way. As always, Total Access may be used to check student balances, change your Low Balance Email settings, update information, and see what your student ate.
Breakfast is served daily 7:45-8:00am. There is no breakfast served if there is a delay. Cost is $1.00 /$.25 for reduced or free for anyone qualifying for free lunch. The breakfast menu is on the back of the lunch menu that is handed out to students monthly.
K-8 Students - $2.50
9-12 Students - $2.75
Adults - $3.00
Main entree may be substituted with a hamburger.
Grades 4-12 may also get Salad Bar, Potato Bar or Pizza Meal
-Extra entree: $1.75
-Extra milk, juice or water is $.50
Any account that reaches $5.00 in charges: the students in that account will receive milk and peanut butter sandwich (.25 charge) until the charges are paid. All students with charges are offered this option.
If your child has special dietary needs, the state of Ohio requires schools to have a new note every year from a licensed physician to keep on file. This note must indicate the kind of allergy or food intolerence, if it is life threatening or non life threatening, what happens if the child comes in contact with the food, what to do if the child consumes the food and what should be substituted in place of that food. Substitutions will only be made for a child with a doctor's note. If students are lactose intolerant, we now offer a lactose free milk.
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Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).
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