Lori King, Director of Food Services email@example.com
(515) 433-0020 ex. 154
Please Note that School Breakfast and Lunch is NOT free for the 2022-2023 School year.
Food Service Prices
Children need healthy meals to learn. Boone Community School District offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast cost is $2.25 for PK-12th. Lunch costs for PK-4th is $3.00 and 5th-12th is $3.25. The cost of milk is $.50 (prices based on acceptance by the board on July 11th .) Your children may qualify for free meals/milk or for reduced price meals. Reduced price is .30 for breakfast and .40 for lunch.
Food Service Fees
For the 22-23 school year everyone will add funds to your student's lunch account through your Infinite Campus Parent Portal Login. Once you login you will need to select Food Service under Message Center on the left side of the page. If you need help adding funds to your student's lunch account please email Tanya Boustead (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (515) 433-0995 ext. 1124.
Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to add funds to your student's lunch account.
Free & Reduced Information
The Boone Community School District Food Services participate in the federally subsidized National School Lunch Program. This program allows children from families meeting certain income guidelines to receive free or reduced-price meals. Application forms must be completed annually and are distributed at the beginning of each school year. Forms are also available in each school’s office and online. To be considered for eligibility for meal benefits, this form must be completed and submitted to Lori King, Director of Food Services at the Boone Middle School.
FREE & REDUCED INSTRUCTIONS-SPANISH
Waiver Statement - Spanish
Food Service Notices
The Boone Community School District Food Service Program is a self-sufficient, non-profit program that relies on timely payment of account balances to remain fiscally solvent. The district has made a process for responding to delinquent account balances.
The Boone Community School District Food Services program is guided by government regulations to provide well-balanced meals to students. The program provides breakfast and lunch menus that include a variety of foods. The program supports itself through student and adult meal sales and federal and state reimbursement for student meals.
Local Wellness Policy Progress Report
This tool is to document progress in meeting the goals written in the district's wellness policy at each school building.