Each school has a slightly different menu for the month of May. For your convenience, click on the links below to be directed to the school's dining menu on their website.
Did you know?
You can find each school's dining menu on our district App! Search for "Shawnee Heights USD 450" in Google Play or the App Store to download our district's free app.
Milk– Carb Counts:
Chocolate – 25 grams
Strawberry – 23 grams
1% - 12 grams
Skim – 12 grams
Curbside Meal Pick-Up - Form Due Saturday, May 8, 2021, at 12:00 pm
Sign up each week!
Pick-up meals on Wednesday, May 12, 2021.
MEAL PACKS WILL NOW ONLY BE MADE FOR FULLY REMOTE STUDENTS PREK-12TH GRADE.
You can sign up for a 5-day meal pack for any child in the home ages 1-18 that is not in school.
Click the link below to complete the order form once per family.
NO LATE PICK-UPS UNLESS ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE.
If you are unable to show up during the time you chose, contact the high school ASAP to schedule a pick-up. Food Service will not make calls.
(You must fill out the order form each week to order your meals.)
Who can participate? Any USD 450 enrolled family.
Where can I choose to pick-up my meals?
- Shawnee Heights High School – Pick-up time 7:45am - 9:00am (South Wing Main Entrance)
There are no set menus at this time.
|Elementary - Grades 1-6||$2.75|
|Secondary - Grades 7-12||$2.85|
|Milk per half pint||$.50|
|Elementary Grades K-6||$1.70|
|Secondary - Grades 7-12||$1.95|
Free and reduced breakfasts/lunches will be available to students whose family income falls within the eligibility criteria as established through federal guidelines. Participants in this program will not be identified so as to comply with federal regulations. Applications for participation in the free and reduced-price breakfast/lunch program will be available to all students in early July. Or if you would like to apply for free or reduced meals. Please contact the building your student attends or the Food Service Office (785-379-5834) for an application. Online application available here.
Federal Law states that all meals served in a public school are to be paid for in advance. Make sure your student has money in their account if they are eating school breakfast or lunch. If your student has a negative balance from the past years, he or she will not be able to purchase a meal on the first day of school unless/until the account is brought current. At this time, Shawnee Heights does not participate in the free snack milk program. If snack milk is offered at your school, the student will be charged $.50 a day for a carton of milk; this amount is not covered by the free and reduced lunch program.