School Lunch Program
Regular Student Breakfast $1.10
Reduced Student Breakfast $ .30
Second and Subsequent
Student Breakfasts $2.40
Adult Breakfast $2.40
Regular Student Lunch $2.50
Reduced Student Lunch $ .40
Second Student Entrée $2.00
Second and Subsequent
Student Lunches $5.50
Adult Lunch $5.50
ALA CARTE ITEMS
Milk $ .60
- Juice and water do not qualify as a substitute for fluid milk,
- Currently, qualified milk substitutes (such as lactose-free milk) are not available in single serve, half-pint containers.
Reimbursement can only be claimed for meals that contain a beverage substitute that is nutritionally equivalent to fluid milk (under the Offer vs. Serve option, a meal w/o fluid milk may be reimbursable). Students with a recognized disability as described in the current Hawaii Standards and Procedures for Free and Reduced-Price meals, attachment J – Special Dietary Needs will be provided a beverage substitute based on the written statement from a licensed physician.
School Food Services Branch is excited to announce its new web-based site that will provide families with the option to submit applications for Free and Reduced-Price Meal Benefits online.
Meal Ticket Clerks and Adult Lunch Monitors will provide our students with payment reminders when funds in the child(ren)’s lunch account are almost depleted. ‘Ohana members should communicate with their children regarding meal funds/loans and be on the lookout for any reminders. Keaukaha School’s recommended loan amount is as follows:
|Students Eligible for Free Meals||None|
|Students Eligible for Reduced Meals||5 (five) Lunch Meals|
|Students Who Pay the Regular Student Price Meal||5 (five) Lunch Meals|
As a school policy, should your child exceed the maximum lunch loan, you will receive either a notice or phone call, or both that your child MUST bring a home lunch until their loan is paid in full. There will be no exception.
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