Lunch Times

Preschool                    11-11:30

Elementary

Kindergarten          11:15-11:30

1st grade                 11:30-12:00

2nd grade               11:45-12:15

3rd grade                12-12:30

4th grade                12:15-12:45

5th grade                 12:30-1:00

Middle School

M/W/F                   12:04-12:34

T/F                          11:36-12:06

High School

M/W/F                   11:02-11:32

T/F                          10:41-11:11

Early Release Days

Preschool and Elementary lunch times are not affected.

Middle School and High School:

Oct. 19, Nov. 2, Dec. 7, Jan. 11, Feb. 8 and 22, March 8 and 22, April 5, May 3

Middle School      11:22-11:54
High School          10:31-10:11

Pricing

Breakfast

All students receive free breakfast!

  • Breakfast begins ½ hour before school starts – do not drop off students earlier than this.
  • Preschool breakfast begins at 8 am in their classroom.
  • Hot and cold breakfast options are provided each day including fresh fruit, juice and milk.
  • Additional item costs:

Additional entrée:  $1.25

Maximum 1 juice and 1 milk are allowed. Additional .45 each.

Lunch

Students receive a choice of a minimum of 2 entrees, vegetable, fruit, salad bar, and milk.

Breakfast, lunch and snack included in enrollment

Regular price $2.35
Reduced $0.40
Ex. entrée $1.25
Ex. Milk or brown baggers that want a milk $.45

Students may also choose to pay the a la carte pricing if they do not want
3 items or an extra entrée.

Regular price $2.60
Reduced $0.40
Ex. entrée $1.50
Ex. Milk or brown baggers that want a milk $.45

Students may also choose to pay the a la carte pricing if they do not want
3 items or an extra entrée.

Eat with your Kids

Parents may eat with their kids at breakfast and lunch. Parents receive a choice of entrée, fruit, juice, and milk.

Pricing: Adult breakfast $2.60
               Adult lunch $3.40

**Please note that the state sets pricing based on reimbursement rates, therefore, our pricing has to be raised this year. Adult meals cannot be subsidized with federal funds so parents, teacher and other staff members must be charged a higher price than the students. even if the meal is exactly the same. If you like, you can always purchase any item at the a la carte price separately.

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555 W. Alice St.,  Merrill, MI 48637
Phone: 989-643-7261
Fax: 989-643-5570

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