• Dear D11 Families,

    Why aren't school meals free this year?

    • Over the last two years, the federal government has provided schools with waivers providing meals at no cost to students.
    • Those waivers will expire after the 2021-22 school year.
    • Because Congress did not include an extension of the waivers, District 11 will resume our traditional practice of charging for meals in the 2022-23 school year.
    • This is a standard, normal procedure that keeps school districts in compliance with federal and state regulations.
    • District 11 Food and Nutrition Services is a self-funded enterprise within the school district and has to cover the costs of operating a school nutrition program.

    Meal prices beginning August 1, 2022

    • Elementary:
      • Breakfast $1.80
      • Lunch $2.95
    • Middle:
      • Breakfast $1.90
      • Lunch $3.10
    • High:
      • Breakfat $1.90
      • Lunch $3.35
    • Adult:
      • Breakfast $2.55
      • Lunch $4.25

    Do I need to submit a free and reduced-price meal application for next school year?

    • Yes, the online application will be available July 1, 2022 at myschoolapps.com.

    I don't qualify for free or reduced-price meals.  Do I need to do anything?

    • If you do not believe that you qualify for free or reduced-price meals, please make sure that there is money in your student's account.  You can add money to their account at myschoolbucks.com.





    • My School Apps
      Apply for FREE or reduced-priced meals online for privacy, speed of service, and accuracy.

    • MySchoolBucks
      Pay for school meals here!  Student meal account histories may also be viewed & e-mail notifications can be set up if you register on this site even without using the prepayment options.