School Nutrition Break & Lunch Menus
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Healthy meals are crucial to student success. We offer a morning nutrition break for students in grades 1-12 and a K-12th grade lunch program. Our School Nutrition program offers nutritious options for our students. For more information about nutrition and the services we offer, please visit our Food Services section of our website

Lunch Prices*

Grades Kind-5:  $2.70
Grades 6-12: $2.90

All Grades Reduced $.40
Adults $4.00
Milk $.40

Grab N Go BREAKFAST Grades 1-12
Grades 1-12 $1.65
Reduced $.30
Adult $2.50

*NOTE: An extra entree purchase is considered an ala carte item. Students may not purchase the extra entree if their account has an ala carte block. PLEASE check with the food service staff BEFORE taking second entrees.

School Nutrition Program

16/17 Food Service Guidelines
Click here for school lunch menus.

Milk Break Form ARLINGTON only


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  • School District of Poynette
  • 108 N Cleveland Street, Poynette, WI 53955
  • Phone: 608-635-4347 | Fax: 608-635-9200
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