Dear Luckiamute Valley Charter Schools Families,
We are excited to bring in a new food service provider, Fresh n’ Local from Salem, OR. We have the ability to create and change our breakfast and lunch menus. We hope you will love the freshly made items they provide.
- Food cooked fresh at each school
- Healthier choices your children will enjoy
- A customer first attitude
- Unique item choices based upon children and families suggestions
- To create an environment of excitement about nutrition
Lunches: Every year a new application needs to be filled out for free or reduced lunches. If you were on free/reduced meals with LVCS or the Dallas School District last year, the program will be good until October 15th. Before the expiration date, a new application will need to be turned in. For new incoming students, please fill out an application now.
Prices for breakfast are $1.85 and lunch is $3.50 and milk is $ .55 cents if purchased separately. Please send cash or checks, made out to LVCS and it will be added to the students account.
Paper forms are available in the office or this pdf link : FILLABLE Meals-Application-2017-18
MY MEALTIME ONLINE
When you sign up for My Mealtime it will allow you to see the balance of your childs account. For convenience, you can deposit funds (for a small fee).
Steps to sign up are:
Go to: www.mymealtime.com
- Create a profile.
2. Login and click on “Meal Account Deposits”, then click “Add New Student” to link your student to your account using their first name and Student ID number. Repeat this process for multiple students.
a. Select a state from the list to view participating school districts.
b. Double click on Luckiamute Valley Charter Schools , choose Bridgeport or Pedee.
c. Enter your student’s FirstName and Student ID (ID can be obtained by calling the school.
If you already have a mealtime account, login as usual. Remove students from account and reenter using the correct schools.
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