Free meals - PIN code still needed
Thanks to new state legislation, a complete breakfast and lunch meal will be provided at no cost for all students. If you choose to bring your own meals additional items must be purchased through your meal account. À la carte items are considered add ons to a meal and will result in account charges. A la carte items include an additional entree, milk without a meal or an additional milk, water, second breadstick, chips, etc. Learn more.
Even though meals are free, students must still input their PIN code when going through the line. You can find your PIN in PowerSchool.
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