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Nutrition - Breakfast/Lunch


Our school cafeteria can provide your child with breakfast, as well as lunch.  Breakfast is served daily at 7:45 a.m.  All students are welcome. (Students not eating breakfast should arrive at school no sooner than 7:45 a.m.) Monthly menus are sent home. Breakfast: $2.25


Students may bring or buy their lunches.  If your child brings a lunch to school, please be sure the lunch pail or sack is clearly marked with your child's name and room number. Milk (whole, lowfat, or chocolate) may be purchased for $.50.  If it is unavoidable and you need to bring your child's lunch to school, please drop it off at the office with name and room number attached.  Please let your child know in the morning if you will be delivering his/her lunch to the office so that he/she will come and pick it up.  Do not go directly to classrooms to drop off items. 

 Lunch: $3.00

Children are to follow all cafeteria rules and the directions of noon supervisors.  Children are required to dispose of their own trash and leave their eating area clean.

No student is permitted to leave our school campus during lunchtime, unless he/she is signed out and picked up by a parent or guardian.

Click here for the lunch menu.

You may now apply online for free and reduced meals.  Just go to the website  Complete the application and go to our Food Services office the very next day to pick up your letter of approval.  The office is located at 125 W Allen Ave, San Dimas, just west of the District Office.
Food Services application hours are from 8:00-11:30 and 1:30-3:30.


Regular Lunch Schedule

  • Kindergarten (after 9/18)   11:15-12:00
  • Grade 1                            11:30-12:15
  • Grade 2                            11:45-12:30
  • Grade 3                            12:00-12:45
  • Grade 4                            12:15-1:00
  • Grade 5                            12:30-1:15

Lunch: $3.00

For more information, including information on free and reduced lunches, please visit our District's Nutritional Services Website at
Nutrition Break
Each day, students will have a nutrition/recess break in the morning. Send nutritious snacks such as fruits, veggies, crackers, cheese, yogurt, etc. and avoid sending chips, cookies, treats, or other unhealthy items.  Research shows that students who have healthy breakfasts and snacks have far more mental energy for studying and working than those who eat sugary, non-nutritive foods.  Help your child by giving him/her healthy choices.