The Princeton R-V School District is a member of the National School Lunch Program and serves breakfast and lunch to students in grades K-12. All families are encouraged to fill out an application for free or reduced meals. If you are interested in seeing if you qualify for this service or wish to fill out an application, you can check the eligibility criteria and download an application below. The application should be saved to your computer, filled out, saved, printed out and returned to your child's teacher. If you do not have a computer, call your child's school office and request an application to be sent home (Elementary: 748-3335 ext. 231; JH/HS 748-3490 ext. 224). All applications are confidential as is a student's lunch status. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Pauley at 660-748-3335 ext. 292.
Parents can send check or cash to school with their child to be applied to individual lunch accounts. Money should be placed in a sealed envelope with the student's first and last name clearly labeled. Any specific instructions on how to apply money to multiple accounts within the family are greatly appreciated. Students' lunch accounts are credited one day each week. The following chart is provided to help families budget the expense of a child's breakfast and lunch at school:
Daily Breakfast Prices
Daily Lunch Prices
Grades K-6 (Elementary) $1.90
Grades 7-12 (Jr/Sr High) $1.90
Grades K-6 (Elementary) $2.75
Grades 7-12 (Jr/Sr High) $3.00
*The prices shown above reflect one food tray with one milk. The cost for additional food added to a tray such as extra sides, entrees, milk, juice and/or an additional entire tray serving are not included in the above table.
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