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Increase in School Lunch Prices
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 includes a provision that requires School Districts to compare the average price being charged for full priced lunches to the federal reimbursements for free and paid lunches.  This comparison must be made on an annual basis.  When the average price was calculated this year, it was determined that the District would be required to increase lunch prices.  The District requested a waiver from this requirement. Unfortunately, it was not approved.  As such, the Board of Education approved an increase in lunch prices at the August 11, 2015 Board meeting as follows:

  2015-16 Price 2016-17 Price
Elementary Schools 2.35 2.40
Upper Elementary School 2.65 2.70
Middle School 2.65 2.70
High School 2.65 2.70
Premium Lunch (WAMS and MHS only) 3.25 3.25
Breakfast Program
Student 1.30 1.30
Adult 2.25 2.25
Kindergarten Milk/Juice .50 .50
Adult Lunches 4.20 4.25
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