Cafeteria Info & Application

Lunch News

April 2024 LunchApril 2024 Breakfast

The Peridot-Our Savior's Lutheran School Lunch Program is a member of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). 

Our school food program is proud to offer healthy, well-rounded nutrition for your children. Each lunch and breakfast will follow the guidelines of the NSLP to encourage healthy eating for the students and supply them with the nutrition their bodies need in order to help them be more successful.

Breakfast will be served in the classroom from 7:45-8:15 every school day.

Lunch will be served in the classroom and cafeteria at the designated time per classroom from 11:00AM-12:30PM every school day.

Paid Lunch Price: $3.20
Reduced Lunch Price: $0.40

Paid Breakfast Price: $1.80
Reduced Breakfast Price: $0.30

The lunch/breakfast bills for students who qualify as "paid" or "reduced" are due by the 10th of the following month. For example, the bills from the meals a student ate in September are to be paid by October 10th. A bill will be sent home with your student with the amount you owe. In accordance with the advice and regulations of the NSLP, our paid lunch price has been raised to $3.20 this year. The reduced price has been raised to $0.40. We are sorry for any incovenience this may cause. If you'd like to see if you qualify for meal assistance (reduced-price or free), please contact the school office or cafeteria for an application.

If you have any questions, please contact Lois Wesley in the cafeteria (928) 475-7537. Thank you!

Cafeteria ApplicationUnpaid Meal PolicyLocal Wellness Policy

The Local Wellness Policy was last updated and reviewed May 13, 2017. All components agree with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation's Model Policy.

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.