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STOCK UP!!! Give your child nutritious choices by keeping a supply of fresh fruits and vegetables.

 

Melva Rodgers, Child Nutrition Director
Valtina Fossett, Child Nutrition Secretary
Opal Shane, Lunchroom Manager
Office Number (256) 218-2100
Office Fax Number (256) 218-2190
Lunchroom Number (256) 218-2338

 

PayPAMS is here!! With PayPAMS you can; Pay for your child’s meals from the convenience of your home or office 24/7; View your child’s meals account balance; Schedule automatic payments based on account balance; Receive low balance email reminders; View daily spending reports and cafeteria purchases; View your school cafeteria’s menu.

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Breakfast Prices

Paid Students - $1.00

$5.00 per week

 

Reduced Price - $0.30

$1.50 per week

 

Lunch Prices

Paid Students - $2.25

$11.25 per week

 

Reduced Price - $0.40

$2.00 per week

 

 

Other Prices

Teacher/Staff Breakfast - $1.50

Child Visitor Breakfast - $1.50

Adult Visitor - Breakfast - $1.50

Teacher/Staff Lunch - $2.75

Child Visitor Lunch - $2.75

Adult Visitor Lunch - $3.75

Parents are strongly encouraged to pay for meals each Monday for the week, 2 weeks, or a month. Cash or checks should be put in a sealed envelope with the child's name, grade, and homeroom. If there are multiple children in a school, you can make one check or include all cash for all children and put their names, grade and teacher on the outside of the envelope.

Money is not drawn from a student meal account unless the child eats. Students are given unique identification numbers that they key into a computer that in turn draws the proper amount of money due from the individual student account.

Federal regulations prohibit child nutrition programs from allowing students without money to charge meals. Parents should make every effort to send money to cover all meals and extras that you wish your student to have. If there are any questions about a student meal account, you may call the CNP manager at the school to determine the balance in the student account.

Free & Reduced Lunch Applications: Each child will bring a free and reduced lunch application home from school, but only one application is required for each family. Every member living in the household must be listed on the application. Students must have their school and grade listed as well. All other information required must be completed. A separate application must be completed for foster children. If you have any questions in completing this application, please call Melva Rodgers at 218-2124. Please return the application to the school as soon as possible.

Breakfast: Breakfast is served daily from 7:30 to 8:00. Menus can be found on the school website, in the Daily Sentinel (weekend edition) and on the Scottsboro's Hometown Channel 10. Cereal is served in addition to the published menu items.

Lunch: For specific class lunch schedules, you may call the school office at 218-2300 or the lunchroom manager at 218-2338.

This information can be obtained by clicking on lunchroom at http://sjhs.scottsboroschools.net/.

 

                                                              

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