Welcome to Nutrition Services!
We are please to announce that we have been approved by USDA to offer breakfasts and lunches at no cost to all students enrolled with Lincoln County School District #2!!!
What does this mean for you?
Students will no longer be required to pay for the breakfast and/or lunch offered through the Lincoln County School District #2 Food Service Program. This program is available effective through the last day of school in May. You do not need to apply to be eligible for this program. Every student enrolled is eligible. However, when the program does expire your child's lunch eligibility will return to what it was prior. We do encourage parents to continue to fill out free and reduced lunch applications for future eligibility.
If your student brings a home-lunch and wished to purchase a milk the cost will remain at .50 cents.
If your student is enrolled with LCSD#2 Virtual classes, they are eligible to pick up free meals, breakfast and lunch, each day. The student must be enrolled with LCSD#2. Students who are home-schooled or are enrolled with a different virtual or online school are not eligible.
For virtual students desiring to pick up meals please contact Sue Helm at 307-885-7162 to make arrangements.
Changes because of Covid-19 include:
Meals will be served as a complete meal, no "Offer Versus Serve". All meal components will be included in each meal. Breakfast will include a grain, juice, fruit, and milk. Lunch will include a protein, grain, fruit, vegetable, and milk.
Please check our menu page for daily offerings.
Our food service staff is certified in food safety and take every precaution to help keep meals safe. We want to make lunch the best part of your day.
Because of the need to practice social distancing our plan includes the following:
Afton-Meals served in each pod with students eating in classrooms or pod areaa
Thayne Elementary-Meals served in the classroom and cafeteria with students eating in the classroom
Cokeville HS, Cokeville Elementary and SVMS-Meals served in cafeteria and eaten in the cafeteria or outside, weather permitting.
Osmond Elementary -Meals served in cafeteria with students eating in classrooms
Etna Elementary-Meals served in the cafeteria with students eating in the cafeteria
SCHS-Meals will continue to be served the same as last year
SVHS-Meals will be served in two different locations. The cafeteria where students may eat or take their meal outside, weather permitting or they will have a grab n go option near the library if they would like to grab a meal to take with them if they plan to leave campus. Grab n go meals will be offered in the cafeteria as well.
Parents please read our Student Meal Debt Policy
School Lunch Program
Lunch is available at all schools. Proper nutrition in the school age years can reinforce lifelong eating habits that contribute to a student's overall well being. This will help them to grow and learn to their fullest potential... and then go on to lead a long healthy life.
School Breakfast Program
Breakfast is available at all schools. We know that hungry children have a more difficult time doing their best work. That's why we encourage all students to begin the school day with a nutritious breakfast.
The School Breakfast Program is available to all students. It is an ideal solution on busy mornings when kids are running late or parents have to be at work early. Whatever the reason, if breakfast at home is not convenient, please have your child take advantage of breakfast at school.
If your child qualifies for free or reduced price lunches, he or she qualifies for free or reduced price breakfast at school as well.
Middle School and Jr. High School Lunch-$2.85
High School Lunch-$3.00
Student Reduced Price Breakfast-$0.30
Student Reduced Price Lunch-$0.40
Reduced Price Student Meals All Schools:
We are committed to providing nutritious meals with healthy choices for our students. If you have any questions regarding the school breakfast and lunch program, please feel free to contact Sue Helm, Food Service Director for Lincoln County School #2. I look forward to hearing from you and ensuring that your children's nutritional needs are satisfied.
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