April Lunch Menu Lunch Start Times
Each child should come to school each day with his or her own lunch or with money to purchase the lunches available through Sodexo. Please send any lunch money in an envelope with your student’s full name.
$3.25 – full price
.40 – reduced price
.50 – ala carte milk
Students are eligible for the Federal Free & Reduced lunch program if they meet certain criteria. If you feel that your family may qualify for this program you can pick up a free/reduced lunch form in the office. Once you return it, you will then receive a letter stating whether or not your child is eligible for the program. Having this data will also allow our school to determine if we qualify for additional state and grant funding!
If your child brings their lunch, please pack a healthy lunch with fruits, whole grains and a small treat if desired. Please do not include soda or candy in your child's lunch.
DMCS students will typically eat in the cafeteria or outdoors. Our teachers and staff will rotate the responsibility of supervising lunches and would GREATLY appreciate parent volunteers assisting in this activity.
Payments for student lunch accounts:
There are a few options for making payments to your child’s lunch account. Cash or Check can be made in person in the front office, given to the classroom teacher (Please put in a clearly marked sealed envelope with your child’s name and classroom number) or in the cafeteria during lunch service. You can also sign up using our online service to make payments to lunch accounts at www.mymealtime.com .
What is MealTime Online?
MealTime Online is a secure web site which you can use to:
-Make credit-card payments online into lunch accounts
-View lunch account purchases
-View payments made online
-Setup low-balance email notifications
To setup an account go to www.mymealtime.com and create a new profile. You'll need your student's unique ID number to create the account. This ID number can be obtained by contacting the school office at (707) 678-8953 ext 0.
Advance payment is preferred to minimize the possibility that your child may be without meal money on any given day. Low balance emails notifications will be sent out on a bi-weekly basis once an account balance is low or negative. The office will also contact parents first by phone, then by email or USPS, but it is the parent or guardians responsibility to ensure that funds are on the child’s account. Parents should contact the school immediately with changes of address or phone numbers to ensure communication is always available.
Forms and information regarding free or reduced lunch are available in the front office.
Balances owed for lunch services will be handled through the same policy established for owed property.
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