HAPPY VALLEY EAST SCHOOL LUNCHES
Click to print: Free and Reduced Lunch application 2019-2020
Applications to apply for free or reduced lunches may be printed, filled out and brought into the front office, or emailed to the school attention: Sarah at email@example.com
The monthly lunch menus are sent home with each student as well as posted on the school’s website, on the Calendar page. Please make sure that if your student will be eating hot lunch at anytime during that month that the order form is filled out completely and turned in on time. We are unable to add students to the hot lunch orders at anytime, all orders are placed before the beginning of each month. Our catering company provides us with nutritious and delicious meals each day.
Local Meal Charge Policy
Happy Valley East requires all lunches be paid for in advance. Any lunch accounts that have a negative balance that exceeds $30.00, Happy Valley East reserves the right to withhold report cards, field trips and any other records.
If you have any questions regarding school lunches, please contact Sarah in the front office.
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