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Our goal at Orono Nutrition Services is to provide fresh, nutritious, well-balanced meals that meet the dietary guidelines for required levels of nutrients and calories for each age group. We participate in the Farm-to-School Program and purchase as many local foods as possible throughout the year so students get a lot of variety. All full meals consist of five meal components:
According to the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, students must select at least three out of the five meal components offered (one of those must be a fruit or vegetable) to be considered a complete meal.
Orono program uses a computerized system that allows students to electronically purchase a lunch. A personal account is established with four-digit PIN number for each student in the district. When a student makes a purchase, the purchase is directly deducted from their account balance.
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By logging in to ParentVUE with FeePay you will have easy access to view lunch balances and a feature to set up automatic email notification when a low balance occurs.
Two options are available.
Students eligible for this program follow the same procedure as full-pay students. Complete confidentiality is maintained regarding a student’s eligibility status. The system will allow students eligible for the free program, one full meal and one carton of milk per day at no charge. To be considered a full meal, a student must select (minimum) of three out of the five meal components offered (one of those must be a fruit or vegetable).
Students eligible for the reduced program will not be charged (beginning with the 2014-15 school year per new state law)) for their lunch. They follow the same procedure as those with free eligibility, one meal per day (includes one carton of milk) at no charge.
All a la carte purchases are NOT covered by the School Meals Program; those purchases are charged to a student’s lunch account.
To participate in the free and reduced-price program, please complete the 2016-17 Application for Educational Benefits Packet or 2016-17 Application for Educational Benefits (Español)
All students with a positive balance may purchase additional cartons of milk, extra lunches or a la carte items during their lunch period. Additional lunches are priced at the regular meal price plus $.45, extra milk is $.50 a carton. Once a month, on “Special Delivery Pizza Day”, students have the option of purchasing additional slices of pizza for $1.65 (elementary) or $2.00 (secondary) per slice. Note: A la carte purchases are not part of the free and reduced lunch program.
*Please note: Students must have money in their account for a la carte purchases.
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Susan Rae – 952/449-8438
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider & employer.