Fueling Student Learning With Nutritious Food
Our mission is to provide quality nutritious meals that support the growth and development of our students to fuel their learning. Our cafeterias continue to meet challenging federal nutrition standards for school meals and snacks, ensuring that they are healthy and well balanced and include fresh, local foods.
For questions regarding payments, account balances or invoices, please contact Stephanie DeAdder at 507.663.0618 or Stephany Stromme at 507.645.3432. Please place calls to the kitchen managers before 10:30 a.m. or after 12:30 p.m.
Distance Learning Meals
Our free meal program has been extended through the end of school year 20-21, as provided by the United States Department of Agriculture. All students enrolled in the school district — regardless of the learning model — can receive free breakfast and lunch every day.
Milk is included in the price of a breakfast and lunch meal. Students who take milk only at meals will be charged $0.50 per carton. Extra milks are not allowed at this time. Please know that if your child is bringing lunch from home and ordering milk they will be charged $.50.
Even though all students will be receiving free meals during this time, it is REALLY IMPORTANT that you complete the meal benefit application if your family has been approved in the past or if you feel your family may qualify for these benefits. Our schools receive funding to support students based on the number of families that qualify for free or reduced meals.
Please see menu section below for specific meal information at your child’s school.