Top 10 reasons YOU should grab your FREE school lunch!
- IT’S FREE!
- Meals are for ALL children 18 years old or younger, including those NOT eligible for free/reduced meals.
- The FREE meal program has been extended to June 30, 2021.
- It saves YOU both time prepping lunches and money.
- HELPS to keep food suppliers and workers employed.
- Meal includes: Lunch option, fruit, vegetable and milk.
- In our crazy 2020 year, don’t you want your child to have some sort of comfort eating familiar food from school?
- It’s a nutritious well balanced meal.
- Don’t you deserve a break from making lunch!
- Oh, again in case I forgot to mention. IT’S FREE!!!
It’s very simple.
Please place your lunch order at mypaymentsplus.com between Friday @3:00 pm to Sunday @11:59 pm. For remote learning days, meals may be picked up at the front of the HS (corner by atrium). Pick up times are Monday and Wednesday FROM 12:00 PM TO 1:30 PM.
What's For Lunch?
Please note changes to timelines for meal pick-ups for the week of January 19th.
You may now pre-order your meals for an entire week, for the week of January 19, 2021, MyPaymentsPlus, our meal ordering system, will stay open for lunch orders from Friday at 3:00 pm until Sunday at 11:59 pm. If you missed the cut-off for ordering, please e-mail the Food Service Department directly at email@example.com. They will do their best to accommodate your request.
- For in person days, the Elementary and Middle Schools will deliver pre-ordered lunches to the classrooms.
- In the High School, students will pick up their pre-ordered lunches in the Cafeteria during their assigned lunch period.
- For remote learning days:
- Cohort A may pick up pre-ordered to go lunches on Thursday at the High School between the hours of 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm.
- Cohort B may pick up pre-ordered to go lunches on Tuesday at the High School between the hours of 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm.
- Full-time remote learners may pick up to go 2 lunches on Tuesday and 2 lunches on Thursday outside the High School front entrance between the hours of 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm.
The USDA has extended free meals to all students regardless of meal eligibility on instructional days until June 30th or until funding for the program has been exhausted.
To order meals go to MyPaymentsPlus
Note: Parents may set up an account in MyPaymentsPlus. There is no charge to utilize this feature. In order to manage your child's information after having created an account, you will need your child's ID number. This number can be found in the Campus Backpack tab on the Parent Portal, within the Student Credentials document.
Please follow this link to to learn more: Pre-Ordering Meals on MyPaymentsPlus Video.
We have begun offering a hot meal option in addition to our daily menu options. Please see our Lunch Menu.
Hot Meal of the Day • Yogurt & Bagel Meal • Turkey Sandwich • Ham & Cheese Sandwich • Chicken Caesar Salad• Chicken Caesar Wrap • Sun Butter & Grape Jelly Sandwich
Menus and Free & Reduced Lunch Info
- Pre-order Meals
- View purchase history
- Check account balances
- Sign up for email notification when account balances are low
- Make payments electronically via credit card or directly from a checking account. MyPaymentsPlus charges a transaction fee of 4.75% on each electronic payment.
In order to manage your child's information after having created an account, you will need your child's ID number. This number can be found in the Campus Backpack tab on the Parent Portal, within the Student Credentials document.
Note: Parents may set up an account in MyPaymentsPlus to view their student’s purchase history. There is no charge to utilize this feature.
Please note that one check must be written per school.
If payment is made to the school cafeteria, the check should be made payable to:
The Katonah-Lewisboro School District Lunch Fund
- Include the child's name on the check
- Include the child's account number
- Please specify the deposit amount(s) into the Meal account or the General account.
Food & Wellness Meeting
Please join us for our Food & Wellness Meetings.
Parents, students & staff members are welcome.
Monthly meetings for 2020-21 will be held on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. on Zoom - Meeting ID: 820 1146 7027
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Andy Waild, Food Service Director
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