“The food that enters the mind must be watched as closely as the food that enters the body.” – Pat Buchanan
Breakfast / Lunch Times
7:47am – 8:05am
12:35pm – 12:55pm
1st Grade Lunch
12:55 - 1:15
2nd Grade Lunch
11:05 - 11:25
3rd Grade Lunch
11:25 - 11:45
4th Grade Lunch
11:50 - 12:10
5th/6th Grade Lunch
12:10 - 12:30
7:40am – 7:53am
11:37am – 12:07pm
7:40am – 7:53am
10:42am – 11:12am
Lunch: $2.50 ($0.40 reduced)
Breakfast: $1.00 ($0.30 reduced)
Lunch: $2.75 ($0.40 reduced)
Summary of The Marcellus Community School Charge Policy
- Students are to pay for all meals in advance, it is encouraged that all students carry a positive balance on their lunch account.
- In the event that money is not on the account prior to their purchase, students will be allowed to charge up to $12.50 before they are no longer allowed to charge a meal of their choice but instead will be given an “alternative meal” consisting of a cheese sandwich, fruit, vegetable and milk.
MEAL MAGIC Meal Payment
We currently use MEAL MAGIC as our point of sale system.
- Parents will receive daily emails when their students accounts at balance $3.00 or less.
- Online payments will be able to be made on all accounts.
- Parents can view what the students are buying, restrict ala carte purchases as well as view balances.
- Apply online for Free and Reduced Lunch Benefits.
Online Application and Payment System
Two simple steps now that will set you up for a year of Success!
Step 1: Go to https://www.Lunchapp.com To quickly fill out the forms to see if you qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch Benefits. It is the request of the school system that all families apply to ensure that all that qualify receive benefits for the current school year.
- A NEW FORM must be FILLED out EVERY SCHOOL YEAR for benefits to be extended beyond the 30 day grace period.
- This will also allow you to link your students as a family.
Step 2: Go to www.sendmoneytoschool.com register on this site so you can check current balances and deposit money on your student’s account now and in the future.
Questions / Concerns
Any questions or concerns please feel free contact
Food Service Director
Equal Opportunity Employment
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