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Cafeteria

Aces Cafe

We are excited here at the Elementary K-3 Campus Cafeteria to begin serving your children a nutritious breakfast and lunch. We enjoy being able to provide your child with a healthy meal in a positive, Christian environment.

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY ALL THE INFORMATION LISTED BELOW.

Assorted fruit means at least two fresh choices and a total of four fruit choices each day. We have a Peanut Butter and Cheese and Crackers in addition to our two hot entrees we offer each day and we should be able to please even the pickiest eater.  Please stop by and see all the wonderful and healthy options your children have at lunch.

  • Breakfast is available between 7:10-7:30 am.  Breakfast has five combo choices served with fruit, toast and milk or juice.
  • Each student will be assigned a pin # (kindergarten students will be given numbers on the first day). The pin # will remain the same each year. Students will punch in their pin # each time they make a purchase at the cafeteria.
  • Money may be sent to school in an envelope with child’s full name and pin#. You would be surprised how many children have the same first name. You may also drop money by school during regular school hours. Check or cash is accepted in addition to Cafe prepay on the web. A check is preferred; we can track payments much better with a check.
  • All students are required to keep a positive balance. It is the parent’s responsibility to keep up with their child’s balance.
  • Notes will be generated at the beginning of each week and sent to students if their balance is negative. If your child receives a note please pay promptly and remember they need to keep a positive balance. If a second note is sent the following week an alternate lunch will be served until the account is paid. Alternate lunch consist of a peanut butter sandwich and milk or juice. (cheese & crackers if the student has nut allergies)
  • Free and reduced meal forms are available at the school and must be filled out each new school year. If you have children at different school campuses a form needs to be filled out for each campus. We encourage everyone to fill out these forms. As always, these are kept confidential.
  • Milk or Juice is served with each meal. Water is always .50 extra even if the student doesn’t take their milk or juice. Water can’t be served as part of the meal component price. This is a federal lunch program regulation.

Sincerely,

Darlene Smith, OCES K-3 Cafeteria Manager