Menus are subject to change based on availability of ingredients, supply, or other factors.
PSD's Menu Website lets you search for your school's menus and gives you access to information about allergens, carb counts, and nutrition details with each daily item. To download a free app for your phone, go to iTunes or google play and search for Nutrislice.
Ingredients in recipes are listed in the Ingredient Database.
For details about allergens, meal exemptions and substitutions, visit our Nutritionals & Special Diets web page.
|2017-2018||ELEMENTARY||MIDDLE SCHOOL||HIGH SCHOOL|
|Student Full Price||$1.25||$1.25||$1.25|
|Student Free & Reduced Price||No Charge||No Charge||No Charge|
|Adult - JANUARY 2018||$1.90||$1.90||$1.90|
|Student Full Price||$2.65||$2.90||$2.90|
|Student Reduced Price (PK-5)||No Charge|
|Student Reduced Price (6-12)||$0.40||$0.40|
|Student Free Price||No Charge||No Charge||No Charge|
|Adult - JANUARY 2018||$3.65||$3.65||$3.65|
|EARLY CHILDHOOD SNACK|
|Student Full Price||$1.00|
|Student Reduced Price||$0.15|
|Student Free Price||No Charge|
|A LA CARTE PRICES||Elementary||Middle School||High School|
Paying for Meals
Students may bring money to school and pay during mealtime.
Money may be put on the student's account, which will be debited when the student gets their meal. Checks for your child's account should be made out to the school and turned into the cashier.
Parents may also use their credit card to pay for meals online. There is no charge to register, but there is a $1 transaction fee charged to partially offset the credit card processing fees. Website features include your student's account and low balance email alerts. Please see the "SchoolPay" link below.
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