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Child Nutrition Services
Forms and Information (Click the file name to download the document)
The Lebanon Special School District’s Child Nutrition program supports the district’s mission of “Committed to a Community of Excellence” by providing healthy, nutritious meals for students, staff/faculty and visitors. Research supports that students eating nutritionally balanced meals perform better in school.

Lebanon Special School District is now accepting online payments! You can pay with eCheck, debit, or credit cards. 

If you are a Skyward Family Access User, you can make an online payment by logging in to your Skyward Family Access Account and selecting the "Food Service" button from the menu list on the left. Click here to learn more about how to make an online payment. 

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Breakfast and Lunch Meal Services

The Child Nutrition department implements Offer vs. Serve concepts during breakfast and lunch meal services. Although students have an option of which item(s) to decline, a complete meal is encouraged. The breakfast and lunch meal must include the selection of one fruit or vegetable to be a complete meal.

Breakfast Menus:

Students will be offered foods daily from all three breakfast components –                
(1) fruit/juice/vegetable, (2) grains -100% whole grain rich, and (3) milk.  According to new USDA regulations, students will be required to take at least ½ cup of fruit, juice, or vegetable and at least 2 other items at breakfast to be counted as a “meal”.

The LSSD is now participating in Universal Breakfast, which means every student is eligible to receive breakfast in the classroom each day at no charge.

Lunch Menus:

LSSD lunch menus offer five food components (meat/meat alternate, milk, grain/breads, two servings of vegetables/fruits). Students can decline two of the five components, but must select at least ½ cup of either a fruit (fruit combo) or vegetable (vegetable combo) or ½ cup fruit/vegetable combo.

Meal Prices:

Breakfast:
$2.00 for visitors

Lunch:
$1.55 (elementary students)
$1.60 (middle school students)
$3.25 for visitors
$2.50 for child visitors
$ .40 reduced

Extra milk: $.30
Adult drink: $.50

Meals may be paid daily or in advance weekly or monthly. For more information regarding Student Meal Charges, please refer to board policy EHA (Meal Charges).

The LSSD offers free and reduced prices to eligible children as set forth by the U.S. Department of Education. These forms are available to download (see below) or at any school’s front office or the LSSD Central Office located at 397 North Castle Heights Avenue.

The LSSD announces participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program beginning October 19, 2015.  Meals will be provided at no separate charge to children in after school programs/activities.​​​​​​​