The Pinellas County School District participates in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program.
Nutritious meals are served every school day. All meals served must meet patterns established by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Students may qualify for free or reduced-price meals. One family application must be submitted each year listing every child in the family. Applications are available throughout the school year from your school. Questions regarding free and reduced-priced meals should be directed to the food service department at 727-547-7151.
Cost for breakfast at elementary schools is $1 or 30 cents reduced price. Lunch is $1.75 or 40 cents reduced price.
Cost for breakfast at secondary schools is $1.25 or 30 cents reduced price. Lunch is $2 or 30 cents reduced price.
Cost for adult breakfast at is $1.75 and lunch is $2.75.
Breakfast and lunch monies can be prepaid and put into your child's account in the cafeteria. Checks are accepted and should be made out to (name of school) Food Service (Example: Largo High School Food Service).
The money remains in the student account and may be used for any meal during the year. Your child's account can be replenished at any time to avoid a negative balance.
If you have any additional questions about the menu or food service in general, please ask the cafeteria manager at the school site who is always willing to answer any questions about their program.
All student breakfasts include: two grain/breads or two meat/meat alternate or one grain/bread and one meat/meat alternate, one Fruit and one Milk.
All student lunches include one meat/meat alternate, two fruits or two vegetables or one fruit and one vegetable, 1 grain/bread and one milk.
All adult lunches include an entree, two fruits or two vegetables or one fruit and one vegetable, bread w/butter, coffee or tea.
Click here to view a PDF of menus for Aug. 25 through Sept. 30.