PaySchools Central Information
You can now fill out your Free/Reduced meal application from PaySchools Central. Click on the Pay School Central link on the right to sign in to your PaySchools Central account. Once you are on your Dashboard, the Free/Reduced Meal Application will be located on the right. Click on it to start filling out your application.
This interactive application will guide you through the application process, provide a determination letter and/or your district can message you if they need any additional information. If you would like to apply using a paper application, you can get one from the district office.
LUNCH BOX BUDDY
PROVIDED BY YOUR LINCOLNVIEW LANCER CAFETERIA STAFF
Packing Lunch from home?
Try our FREE lunch companion to go with your meal from home!
Includes: milk, cheese stick (subject to change), fruit or veggies!
Lunch box buddies will be around as long as the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
allows us to offer free meals for all students so please take advantage if you
are packing your lunch. Free meals are extended through school year 2021/2022!
When you come through the lunch line you will get your own milk.
You will be given the rest of your Lunch Box Buddy after you swipe your scan card at the register.
ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT:
FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR
Lincolnview utilizes an electronic meal accounting system. Each student has an individual debit account. Students enter a "PIN" number as they go through the lunch line that authorizes transactions. This system provides greater accuracy, faster service and the confidentiality of a student's eligibility status. It provides a detailed record of the activity on a child's account. We encourage you to keep your child's account current by pre-paying for meals. Account balances are the responsibility of the students and parents.
Our department provides wholesome healthy appetizing food choices for the students and employees in the district at a reasonable cost. These choices contribute to the good nutrition that is so vital to both the mental and physical growth of the students. Our menus are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans and are designed to meet one third of a student's recommended daily allowance of nutrients and calories. The meal pattern consists of five components: meat/meat-alternative foods, vegetables, fruit, bread/grain foods and milk as a beverage. In addition to lunches, we also serve breakfast and a grab-n-go option. Free and reduced-priced lunches are available to those students from families meeting specific income criteria. The applications are available in all Lincolnview offices and on our website.