Meal Prices

2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR!

All students of the Warrensburg RVI School District are invited to eat breakfast and lunch without any payments required.

Staff must pay and can follow the information below for assistance in doing so. 

* You can now register and pay online


Student Full Price Breakfast:  $2.10

Student Reduced Price Breakfast: $0.35 (for those who qualify)

Free Breakfast: $0.00 (for those who qualify)


Student Full Price Lunch: $3.25 (High School)

Reduced Price Lunch: $0.45 (for those who qualify)

Free Lunch: $0.00 (for those who qualify)

Adult Meals at All Buildings

(Adult meals include milk and larger adult portions)

Adult Breakfast: $2.10

Adult Lunch: $3.25

Each household needs to fill out only one form of Free and Reduced Price School Meals Family Application, unless you are applying for a foster child (each foster child must fill out a separate application). The same form is good for both breakfast and lunch. If you received notice in August 2014, you need not complete another application.

PowerLunch, a computerized lunch system will be available. Parent and students are asked to prepay for meals. In order to access PowerLunch, log onto your child's PowerSchool page and click on the green dollar sign icon. Prepayments can be made online by clicking on Online Payments in the upper left corner.

Cash or check payments should be given to Mrs. Whitney in the Reese office in the morning before school starts. 

These payments include breakfast, lunch, milk, and snacks. When sending cash, please use a sealed envelope with the student's last name, first name, and amount enclosed. All checks should include your student's first and last name. PowerLunch works on a declining balance. All money received will be deposited to your student’s account.

Please see the Food Service Charging Procedure for how the district handles charges.

PowerLunch allows parents to monitor their student's food service activity daily.

All prices & menus are subject to change.

If you have any questions, concerns or comments concerning the meal programs, please call:

Liz Tarr
Food Service Director

In the operation of child feeding programs, no child will be discriminated against because of race, color, national origin, age or disability. If you believe you have been discriminated against, write immediately to Department of Agriculture, Washington DC, 20250.