Haga clic en la palabra "Inglés" en la esquina superior derecha de esta página para seleccionar un idioma diferente
يرجى النقر على كلمة "الإنجليزية" في الزاوية اليمنى العليا من هذه الصفحة لتحديد لغة مختلفة
Fadlan dhagsii erayga "Ingiriis" ee geeska kore ee midig ee boggan si aad u doorato luqad kala duwan
Metros is now providing breakfast and lunch options for students. Our staff will work with the food service provider to ensure that there are healthy options available every day. Students who need a vegetarian option should notify Mrs. Marshall (email@example.com) to ensure a vegetarian meal is ordered. Pork is never served.
Click for the monthly Breakfast & Lunch Menu.
Free Meals for 2020-21 & 2021-22 School Years
School breakfast and lunch are currently free for all students regardless of lunch payment status. This is thanks to special funding available for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.
For students who are considered full pay, the regular cost for breakfast is $2.00 and the regular cost for lunch is $3.50.
For students who qualify for reduced price, the cost for breakfast is $0.30 and the cost for lunch is $0.40.
For students who qualify for free meals, breakfast and lunch are provided at no cost.
Parents can check the balance owed for school meals on their child’s PowerSchool account. Payment can be made monthly or quarterly, based on the balance.
Payment is not taken at the time school meals are served. Instead, parents can pay the balance on their child's account in one of three ways:
Cash payments can be made at the Metro front desk during school hours.
Payments by check (made out to Metro Schools) can be submitted in person or sent by mail to the attention of Kathy Fries.
Free/Reduced Payment Status
To determine whether or not your family qualifies for free or reduced lunch, please complete the current 2021-22 Free/Reduced Lunch Application and submit to the front desk. The form must be submitted every school year, even while meals are free. This will allow qualifying students to access extra benefits like fee waivers for standardized tests and college applications and reduced school fees at Metro. It also allows Metro Schools to receive appropriate funding for the school lunch program.
At Metro, we have set the following goals in an effort to enable students to establish good health and nutrition habits:
In our food service program, by:
Utilizing the school lunch program as a learning lab.
Encouraging students to increase their consumption of healthy foods during the school day.
Providing opportunities for students to develop the knowledge and skills for consuming healthy foods.
With regard to physical activity, the district shall:
Plan instruction in physical education and promote participation in physical activity outside the regular school day.
Integrate physical activity when possible across the curricula and throughout the school day.
With regard to nutrition promotion, any foods and beverages marketed or provided to students during the school day will meet or exceed the USDA Smart Snacks in School Nutrition standards.
Additionally, the district shall:
Encourage students to increase their consumption of healthful foods during the school day.
Provide opportunities for students to develop the knowledge and skills for consuming healthy foods.
Visit BoardDocs for the district's full Wellness Policy.
Free/Reduced Lunch Application (must be completed annually)
FY22 Free/Reduced Lunch Application (English Version)
Free or Reduced Lunch Application (Arabic Version)
Free or Reduced Lunch Application (Somali Version)
Free or Reduced Lunch Application (Spanish Version)
Frequently Asked Questions & F/R Lunch application instructions.