Hot lunch program
St. Charles School’s nutritious hot lunch (includes one carton of milk) costs $3.25. Milk without the hot lunch is 50¢ a carton. The lunch program at St. Charles is fully automated. Each family has its own account and $3.25 will automatically be deducted for each day a student has hot lunch and 50¢ for each day he/she has only a milk. When your account nears $5.00 you will receive an alert from Cornerstone/Educate. If your account goes into a negative balance, a Cornerstone/Educate alert will be sent out. Account payments sent to the school office will be credited weekly on Wednesdays.
To request that a child be exempt from certain foods, a statement from a physician is required indicating what protective steps the school should take to provide an allergy free environment for the child.
Free and reduced lunches
To apply at anytime during the year for free or reduced-price lunches for your children, complete the application here and return it to the school office. Within 10 working days of receiving your application, the school will advise you whether or not your children are eligible.
If a family member becomes unemployed, or if family size changes, please contact the school to file a new application. Such changes may make your children eligible for reduced price meals, or for additional benefits.
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