Cafeteria Menus

Bid Information:
Lammersville Unified School District is going to bid for all food and supply vendors.  Signed pricing quotations are due to Bernie Hill at either bhill@sjcoe.net or a paper and electronic version in Excel mailed to 111 DeAnza Blvd., Mountain House, CA 95391 on or before Monday, July 3, 2017 at 4:00pm.

Bid Letter 2017-18
Bid Form



If you have any questions, please contact Bernie Hill at (209) 836-7400 x2396 or bhill@sjcoe.net. 




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Welcome to the 2016-17 school year.  Our cafeterias are excited to welcome your students and look forward to providing them with nutritional, yet tasty options for both breakfast and lunch.  Breakfast is served daily at all schools.  K-8 schools serve breakfast from 7:40-8:05 and the High School Serves breakfast from 7:30-8:00 and then again during their morning break.  Breakfast is $1.25 for K-8 and $1.75 for High School.  Those students who are approved to received reduced breakfast pay $0.25.  

Lunch for K-8 is $2.50, High School $3.00, or $0.40 for reduced pricing.  

There are several ways to pay for lunch.  Cash or checks can be dropped off in the school office.  Please note that checks MUST BE WRITTEN TO LUSD.  If the check is written to the school it cannot be processed and will be returned to you.  The other way to pay for lunch is to visit www.ezschoolpay.com  Please see the information below, along with the link.


Finally a reminder that students at the High School are not permitted to go negative on their lunch accounts.  They must have money in their account or cash in hand to purchase food.  Elementary school students may go negative the equivalent of 2 lunch meals. After which they will receive an alternate lunch which consists of a trip to the salad bar, milk and graham crackers.  Reminder e-mails are sent home multiple times per week, but you can also track your students meals using www.ezschoopay.com (even if you do not make payments using this system).  


We look forward to seeing your students in our cafes.

 

BREAKFAST: LUNCH:

August 2016 Breakfast

September 2016 Breakfast

October 2016 Breakfast

November 2016 Breakfast

December 2016 Breakfast

January 2017 Breakfast

February 2017 Breakfast

March 2017 Breakfast

April 2017 Breakfast

May 2017 Breakfast

High SchoolMar - May 2017

August 2016 Lunch

September 2016 Lunch

October 2016 Lunch

November 2016 Lunch

December 2016 Lunch

January 2017 Lunch

February 2017 Lunch

March 2017 Lunch

April 2017 Lunch.pdf

May 2017 Lunch Bethany and Wicklund

May 2017 Lunch Altamont Lammers Questa
(Questa and Altamont will serve Sunbutter and Jelly instead of PB&J)

 

 

Free/Reduced Lunch Program:  

As part of the Free/Reduced Lunch program a student is entitled to a complete entree and side, salad bar (which includes fruit) and a milk.  For breakfast, they receive an entree, fruit/juice and milk.  There are other items available at the High School (such as water, Gatorade, fruit drinks, chips, snack items, etc.).  These items are not included in the Free/Reduced program and students must purchase these items.  All items are marked with a price so students are aware of these extra charges.  Please talk to your students so they understand what is available as part of the program. If they are charging these items to their lunch account, you are responsible for the payment.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Food Services Department at (209) 836-7400.

On-Line Application  (processing time is much faster)

Letter to Families 2016-17

Meal Application Instructions - English

Free/Reduced Meal Application 2016-17

Free/Reduced Meal Application Spanish 2016-17

 


Nutritional Facts - Calories, Fats, Saturated Fats, Sodium, Carbohydrates & Fiber:

Nutritional Info Breakfast Entrees-Breads.pdf

Nutritional Info Lunch Entrees

Nutritional Info Salad Bar Fruits-Veggies

Nutritional Info Side Dishes-Snacks


Online Payment System:

This is the link for the new online payment system.  It links directly with the lunch computer, so parents will be able to view their child's purchases online.  Parents can also view breakfast and lunch activity without having to make a purchase.  Deposits can take up to 24 hours to be reflected on your student's account.

www.ezschoolpay.com



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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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