LOOKING FOR A SUMMER MEAL PROGRAM FOR YOUR CHILDREN. THIS PROGRAM IS FREE TO ALL CHILDREN BETWEEN THE AGES OF 1 AND 18. CLICK HERE TO FIND A SITE NEAR YOU.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO APPLY FOR FREE/REDUCED LUNCH GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE AND CLICK ON THE APPLICATION DOWNLOAD OR YOU MAY APPLY ONLINE AT www.mymealtime.com
. YOU WILL NEED YOUR STUDENT'S NUMBER TO APPLY ONLINE SO CALL THE OFFICE IF YOU ARE NOT AWARE OF THEIR STUDENT NUMBER.
OUR SCHOOL IS PROVIDED EXTRA INCOME FOR ANY STUDENT WHO QUALIFIES FOR FREE/REDUCED LUNCH REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU EAT LUNCH WITH US OR NOT, SO PLEASE APPLY.
Inland Leaders provides lunch services at both school sites.
Students who wish to pay for lunch are charged $3.00. Milk is $.50.
Inland Leaders uses the MealTime system to manage the paperwork and payments associated with providing student lunches. You will be provided login information for your student in the first day packet. Parents who have already used the system previously will continue with the system and will not need to re-enroll. Once you log into the site you will be able to pay for lunches, check student balances, and fill out free lunch applications. The system will also email you if your student's balance is low.
Clink on the link below to start the process of paying for your student's lunch online and/or completing the free lunch applications. Make sure to click on "Create new profile" if you are new to the system and need to enroll your student(s) in the lunch program. If you wish to fill out a paper application then click to download the application located in the files section below.
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Both options are $3.00-
1. Entree options #1- Main Meal
2. Salad Bar (complete meal).
Staff cost also has two options- $4.00