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HOT LUNCH PROGRAM

The school offers hot lunches daily.  These lunches are catered from Belleville School District No. 118, whose cafeteria program is associated with the CERES Food Service. 

Tickets for prepaid, free and reduced lunches will be available on Mondays beginning at 8:00 A.M.  Parents are encouraged to purchase tickets by the week or by the month.  Tickets are good anytime during the school year.  Purchasing meals by the day is discouraged. 

Students may leave the school grounds during lunch period with written permission from their parent/guardian.  Once permission is received from the parent, the administration or office supervisor must give approval.  Permission slips will be kept on file for the current school year only. 

Students may not go home for lunch during the 40-minute lunch period with another student without written consent from BOTH sets of parents/guardians and the approval of the administration or office supervisor. 

Students may charge one hot lunch if approval is granted by the cafeteria manager or the administration with the money being due on the next school day.  A hot lunch will not be provided until the total debt has been repaid.   

Students are expected to exhibit courteous, polite, and respectful conduct at all times while in the lunchroom.  Students who play with food, throw food, take food from others, or who do not display appropriate table manners are subject to disciplinary action.  Students must follow the directives of the adult supervisors.  Talking should be in a conversational tone with no screaming, yelling, or shouting.  Failure to behave in an appropriate manner may result in the suspension of lunchroom privileges. 

BREAKFAST  PROGRAM

The school offers a daily breakfast program.  CERES Food Service provides the breakfasts.  Breakfast will be served from 8:00 A.M. to 8:15 A.M. each morning.  If the student arrives after 8:15 A.M., through no fault of the schools, he/she will not be permitted to participate in the breakfast program on that day.  Tickets will be sold on the same basis as lunch tickets, and the same guidelines will be followed.     

COST OF MEALS

The current cost for meals is as follows:                                                                                              

Student Lunch   $1.25
Milk .40
Breakfast .75

Please remember that prices are subject to change. 

CAFETERIA CONDUCT

When in the cafeteria, students are to display good manners while eating and while in line.  Students are to follow the instructions of the cafeteria supervisors.  Failure to behave in an appropriate manner will result in suspension of lunchroom privileges.  Specific rules are as follows:

  1. Eat only your own food.
  2. Keep the table and floor clean at all times.
  3. Used food trays, forks, straws, wrappers, and so forth must be deposited in the appropriate refuse containers or stacked for recycling.
  4. Throwing of anything is not allowed.  Students caught throwing food are subject to disciplinary action.
  5. Talking should not exceed the level of quiet conversation.
  6. Screaming, shouting, or yelling is not acceptable.
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