Meal prices are increasing
Meal prices will increase by 20 cents for the 2022-2023 school year. The new price for breakfast will be $1.60 for elementary students and $1.70 for secondary students. The new price for lunch will be $2.95 for elementary, $3.15 for middle school and $3.20 for high school. Prices will also increase by 20 cents for all adult meals. The price adjustment is in response to increased food and supply costs, as well as new delivery charges which we previously haven’t had to pay.
FREE breakfast will be provided to kindergarteners during the 2022-2023 school year due to federal funding. Kindergarten students will be charged for seconds and ala carte items.
Need help paying for lunch?
Fill out an Educational Benefits Form. Also known as Free & Reduced Application, it can provide your family with free or reduced price meals and much more! The program provides financial assistance for many other things, including sports/activities, instruments, field trips and more.
The Educational Benefits Form helps not just your family, but kids across the district in many ways. Just one form ensures continued funding to support ALL kids in our schools. Families MUST fill out a new application for benefits at the beginning of each school year or benefits will expire!
Fill out the online application or download a printable version.
In Other News
All students must have an up-to-date immunization record or a legal medical or non-medical exemption form on file with their school's health office by next Monday, Oct. 3
Students are returning to classrooms this week by car, bus, bike and feet! Please be extra careful as you drive through neighborhoods or near schools and watch out for our kids.
Students from Stillwater Area Public Schools, including a number of teens from the local Somali community, took part in StoryArk camps this summer.
The district’s new superintendent, Dr. Mike Funk, took to the stage at Pony Stadium for the districtwide kickoff event.
In the midst of a very busy week of preparing classrooms and getting familiar with new processes, district staff took an hour to re-connect, re-charge and breathe.
As students return to school, school safety is a top concern.
As the new school year begins this fall, transportation to and from school will be restored to our pre-pandemic levels.
The district is partnering with Community Thread and the United Way of Washington County-East to provide school supplies to students in need.