Cafeteria and Lunch Information

West Carroll Elementary Cafeteria

LUNCH ROOM Phone 731-669-3851

Lunch: $2.15 Reduced: $.40 Adult: $2.65

Breakfast: $1.00 Reduced: $.30 Adult: $1.15 Extra milk or juice: $.30

Visitors: $5.00

• Breakfast is served from 7:20 a.m. until 7:50 a.m.

• All meals are to be paid for in advance. Lunches cannot be charged past the amount of $10.00 or two weeks before school ends for the year. Charge slips will be sent home with students each week.


 The Breakfast Program

Breakfast is offered daily in all West Carroll Schools before the start of the school day. Students may choose from a variety of hot bread items or cereals, fruit or juice, and milk to make a complete nutritious breakfast. A healthy school breakfast is a great way to begin a day of learning.



The Lunch Program

   Students may select a lunch consisting of a protein item, 2 fruits and/or vegetables, bread, and milk from a wide variety of items offered each day. Students have an option of selecting a minimum of three or a maximum of five items to stay within the standard meal price. By offering a variety of nutritious choices for different menu items, students can select a healthy meal made up of foods that they will eat. When you choose a school lunch, you choose variety, nutrition and great taste.



Extra Items

   All cafeterias offer a variety of extra items. These nutritional foods are offered in addition to, not in place of, the regular menu at an additional cost. Below is a price list of extra items to help you plan with your child the amount of extra money needed:

  • Pizza or Meat Item-$1.75
  • Vegetable Item-$.75
  • Fruit Item-$.50
  • Bread Item-$.50
  • Ice Cream-$.60
  • Extra Milk-$.35
  • Healthy Snack Items-$.75



Meal Payment Options

School Food Service will accept payment for meals by the following methods:

  • Approved processed Free/Reduced Meal Application
  • Direct Certification
  • Advanced payment at time of service by cash, money order, or check.

Free/Reduced Meal Application Process

School Food Services offers meals free or at a reduced price to families who qualify for this benefit. A free and reduced application for meal benefits is available from your child's teacher or on the document/form download section under School Nutrition. A new application should be submitted anytime a families income changes.


Parents are encouraged to pay for student's meals in advance. Advance payment allows the cafeteria to provide the most efficient service to all customers. Make sure all money orders and checks are made payable to your school cafeteria and are properly signed.

You may send cash, money orders, or checks. Include the following information with your payment:

  • Student's full name
  • Grade
  • Teacher's name

If paying for more than one student, please list all students names, grades, and teacher names.



Special Diets    All request for special diets must be submitted to the Cafeteria Manager on a prescription with a physician's signature. All prescriptions must be for the current school year and can be obtained from your child's physician. For example, if your child has an allergy to milk the physician must state this on the prescription.


Non-discrimination Statement In accordance with federal law and U. S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination write USDA, Director, and Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.