Lunch with Milk...$3.50 FREE through end of 2020-2021 School Year
Fat-free white milk, Fat-free chocolate milk, Low-fat 1% white milk...$.35
100% Juice Box (Non-GMO)...$.35
Seconds (Main Entrée), 7th & 8th Grade Only...$1.00 - $1.65
Seconds (Side Items), 7th & 8th Grade Only...$.50-$.65
Cinnamon Roll (First Wednesday of Month)... $.65
Chocolate Chip Cookie (Wednesdays, except first Wed.)...$.50
Frozen Fruit Slush (Fridays only during Aug, Sept., April, & May)...$.65
Note: Non-GMO Danimals yogurt with mozzarella string cheese stick, PBJ, peanut butter, or cheese sandwich offered daily as substitute to main entree.
If your child has an allergic reaction to any food or drink, the cafeteria needs to have a Physician Statement for Food or Drink Substitution form filled out by your doctor so that it may be kept in their files. This form is mandated by the State and is available on Edline under Cafeteria.
Download: Food Allergy Form
Hot lunch is available every day in the cafeteria. Every student has his/her own lunch account and is assigned his/her own pin number. There is no money taken during lunch. Every student needs to deposit money into his/her lunch account to make purchases from the cafeteria. Minimum deposit is $20. The cost of a hot lunch with milk is $3.25. Additional milk, water, or a juice box is $.35. Every first Wednesday of the month, a cinnamon roll is offered to K-8 grade students for $.65. Every Wednesday besides the first Wednesday of the month, a chocolate chip cookie is offered to K-8 grade students for $.50. Every Friday during the months of August, September, April and May, a frozen fruit slush cup is offered to K-8 grade students for $.65. Leftover servings of the main entrée ($1.00-$1.65) and leftover servings of side items ($.50-$0.60) are available for purchase after the last lunch shift is served (7th & 8th grade students only).
Students are to give lunch deposits to his/her homeroom teacher. Checks should be put in an envelope and be made payable to Christ the King Cafeteria. If you have more than one child in this school, you may write one check. Please write your child’s (children’s) name on the memo line of your check. If you are sending in cash, please attach a note stating your child’s name and the amount of cash you would like deposited. We have a new online payment system (www.payschoolscentral.com). Here you are able to deposit money into your child’s account and it automatically goes to their account. If you choose to not deposit money, you may view your child’s balance. You register online and each child has a specific identification number, if you are new to the school please ask for your child’s number. Notices will be emailed to parents when a student balance reaches $6.50 or below. Please add money as soon as possible to your child’s account when you receive one of these notices. The only purchase a child can make with an outstanding balance is a hot lunch. A student with an outstanding balance will not be able to purchase an additional milk, water, juice box, chocolate chip cookie, cinnamon roll or frozen fruit slush. Any 7th or 8th grade student with an outstanding balance will not be able to purchase any leftover food (seconds). Any unused lunch account money at the end of the school year will be rolled over to the next school year. If your child has money in an account and he/she will not be returning to our school, you will be reimbursed that amount. However, if your child is graduating and has a sibling in the school, the leftover money will be transferred into the sibling’s account.
If your child has an allergic reaction to any food or drink and the cafeteria has to make substitutions, the cafeteria needs to have a copy of the Physician Statement for Food or Drink Substitution form filled out, to keep in their files. This form is mandated by the State and is available on the CTK cafeteria website.
Children are expected to show respect, courtesy and obedience to cafeteria staff, volunteers and supervisors at all times.
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