Meal prices are based on federal guidelines related to the minimum amount that paid meals must cost. Walton County will once again be allowed to provide meals at no cost to all enrolled students.
If you'll just let us, Walton County School Nutrition can save a your family between $72.00 (reduced price) and $432 - $522 at lunch per year. If Walton chose not to operate under the "Seamless Summer Option" (and offer meals at no cost), meal prices would be as follows:
Full Price: $1.50 per meal
Reduced Price: $0.30 per meal
Adult: $2.00 per meal
Elementary School Middle & High School
Full Price: $2.40 per meal Full Price: $2.90 per meal
Reduced Price: $0.40 per meal Reduced Price: $0.40 per meal
Adult meals prices must cover the cost of food, labor, and overhead since we do not receive any federal or state assistance for adult meals. Adult lunch at all schools: $3.90
Student customers must select either ½ cup serving of fruit or fruit juice for their breakfast meal to be charged at the correct status. Students may pick up one of all fruits offered and still pay regular price. At lunch, students have the option to pick up one of all fruits and vegetables offered and still pay regular price, but they must have at least 1/2 cup of fruit or 1/2 cup of vegetable on their plate. Milk is offered as a part of the full meal. Students are encouraged, but are not required, to pick up milk.
Extra items, including milk, must be purchased separately. Meal benefits do not apply for extras, only full meals. Parents/guardians are encouraged to visit and eat lunch with students. Student meal benefits do not apply to adult meals.
A la carte (extras) prices will be posted in the School Cafeteria.
We strive to serve the menu as published each day, but delivery issues can affect our ability to do so. Menu changes will be announced as early as possible.