That’s a common response we hear from students when asked to share their favorite part of each school day.
Father Allouez Catholic School participates in the National School Lunch Program, allowing us to offer FREE and REDUCED lunches to students who apply and qualify. We follow USDA’s Nutrition Standards for School Meals in planning and preparing meal choices for our students. For more information: http://www.fns.usda.gov/school-meals/nutrition-standards-school-meals
Your Power School account, which allows you to view attendance and grading information about your student(s), also tracks lunch account balances, by student. Your child’s lunch card (provided at the start of each new school year) acts like a debit card, with withdrawals made from the account each time lunch is taken. Parents add funds to the account at the beginning of the year, then monitor account balances using the PowerSchool username and password assigned to you so that you can add dollars as the account draws down. You can even receive low balance alerts from the site.
We warmly welcome parent lunchroom volunteers and will happily work around your schedule. For those whose schedules allow, St. Matthew Moms and Dads have a long-standing tradition of helping in the lunch line.
Questions regarding FREE and REDUCED applications, serving guidelines, low balance alerts, volunteering or anything else pertaining to the FACS Lunch Program can be directed to our lunch staff, Janet Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or Patty Bradshaw at email@example.com
“By LOVE serve one another.”
2020.21 School Lunch Prices
Cooking Sites: St. John the Baptist, Holy Family, Holy Cross, Father Allouez – both St. Matthew and Resurrection Campuses, St. Bernard, Notre Dame of DePere Catered Sites: Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Thomas More
Student Lunch: Cooking Site = $3.25
Catered Site = $3.65
Adult Lunch: Cooking Site = $3.95
Catered Site = $4.35
Reduced Price Meal (All Sites): 40 ¢ for lunch
Milk: 50 ¢ per carton
**PLEASE NOTE: Student lunches and adult lunches already include a milk. Therefore, the milk price represents the cost for purchasing a milk separately. (Ex. – A cold lunch student wants a milk, a student wants a second milk, etc.).
~GRACE Food Service Department August 2020
This institution is an equal opportunity provider