Welcome to the Blessed Sacrament Cafeteria!
School Lunch Program Update – Monday, Oct 5, 2020.For additional questions, please contact the cafeteria manager at email@example.com.
All schools in the Diocese of Covington who participate in the National School Lunch Program will begin participating in an expanded program offered by the U.S.D.A. This program has been offered as a way to provide relief to families during the pandemic and ensure all students have access to meals.
During this time, students will receive complimentary meals. This means, all students may choose a hot school lunch or grab-n-go at no cost to the family.
We hope this program will be helpful to your family during these challenging times. If you have any questions, please contact the school office or cafeteria manager.
|Food Options||A La Carte||Drinks|
|Lunch- $2.90||Fruit – $.50||Milk – $.75|
|Grab & Go – $2.90||Veggies – $.50||Juice – $.75|
|Salad – $2.90||Cheese Stick – $.50||Water – $.75|
|Extra – $1.25||Bagged Snack – $.75|
|Ice Cream – $1.00|
Lunch Payment and Charges
Parents are encouraged to pay for meals in advance with cash, checks, or online with a debit or credit card. The online payment system is called K12 Payments and can be found here: K12 Payments.
Lunch accounts are debit accounts. It is the responsibility of parents to configure a low balance e-mail notification when setting up the account. This feature will let you know when your child/children have a low balance to prevent any disruption to the lunch-buying process.
Charging meals is a short-term solution for a family losing track of the lunch account and funds becoming depleted. The cafeteria cannot extend credit for charged lunches on a continuous basis. Under no circumstances can a-la-carte items be charged.
When a student incurs a third charge, parents will be notified by the Cafeteria Manager. If a fifth charge is incurred, an alternate lunch will be provided at full price until all charges are paid in full, and the lunch account is funded.
In accordance with Federal civil rights laws and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions, including Blessed Sacrament School, participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.