MHS Cafe Lunch info:
Maryanne Gallagher – Food Service Director
FREE/REDUCED MEAL APPLICATION MATERIALS
SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS INFORMATION/FORMS
- Students may at any time setup prepaid lunch or qualified reduced lunch accounts (in any dollar amount) with checks or cash at the cafe register
- The School Breakfast is available to students from 7:15 am for $1.75
- The School Lunch combo meal is $3.05 for students / $4.00 for adults
- A la cart is also available at varying prices
- The price for school milk is $.50
Photos from the Ceremony (zip file download)
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