The Café has a wonderful lunch program and we encourage everyone to participate!
Family members (including guests) are always welcome to eat with their student. Please call the office one day in advance to make arrangements so the kitchen can plan for the extra meals. Family lunches are paid for at the time of purchase. To help you plan your lunch visit, please review the Lunch Schedule section found in the SFA Family Directory.
Grab and Go
Build your lunch in five easy steps! Price: $3.00.
Pick One Entrée Meal Pack
Cheese sauce cup with tortilla chips, Goldfish, and string cheese; yogurt cup with granola, Doritos, and string cheese; or hummus cup with pretzels, SunChips, and string cheese
Choose a Fruit
May choose orange, fruit cup, or applesauce
May choose from daily veggie options at hot serve line window
May Have a Milk
Check Out with Cashier
All lunches are prepared in the kitchen by a caring staff in accordance to Federal Guidelines. Our à la carte items also adhere to the Smart Snack program guidelines. You may apply for free and reduced price lunches at any time using the application below.
Hot lunches are served daily, along with an option of a cold lunch, called a Grab ‘n Go. Students get to choose each day whether they will have a hot lunch, Grab ‘n Go or bring their own lunch from home. Additional items can be purchased as à la carte Smart Snacks. Please note that soda and all fast food is prohibited in the lunchroom for both students and adults.
Parents can keep a positive balance on their child’s account by adding money on a monthly basis. Payments may be made in the office by cash or check (an online payment system will be provided in the future). Parents may look up their child’s lunch balance on PowerSchool by clicking on the tab labeled Balance.
The Eat Smart. Play Hard. Campaign was launched by USDA's Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) in 2000. The Campaign encourages and teaches children, parents, and caregivers to eat healthy and be physically active everyday. Eat Smart. Play Hard. offers resources and tools to convey and reinforce healthy eating and lifestyle behaviors that are consistent with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the MyPyramid Food Guidance System. For more information, please visit www.eatsmartplayhard.org.
The Summer Food Service Program provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children in low-income areas get the nutrition they need to learn, play and grow, throughout the summer months when they are out of school. Please visit the USDA's Summer Food Service Program website to locate a site near you.
USDA’s nondiscrimination statement for food/nutrition services: http://www.kn-eat.org/CNW/CNW_Menus/CNW_Nondiscrimination.htm