Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks

Breakfast, Lunch, and Snacks

We request that every parent complete a Free or Reduced Lunch Request Form as soon as possible unless you are certain your income is above the limit for qualification.   The software system for accounting in the lunchroom uses your child’s picture rather than a number to identify them.

Please ensure that there is an adequate amount of money in your child’s lunch account for at least one week at a time.  Please do not instruct your child to eat from the cafeteria line without money in his/her account. You may call the lunchroom staff to inquire about the balance of your child’s account at 205.647.2126 before 10:00 a.m. or after 1:00 p.m.  You will also receive information about how to maintain your child’s lunch account online.
The lunchroom account is separate from the school account. Please do not combine these monies when sending multiple fees to school with your child. Please enclose lunch money in an envelope marked with the child’s name and the child’s teacher’s name.  You might also include the child’s teacher’s name on the memo line of a check.

If a lack of funds becomes an issue for your family, please send a lunch from home or contact administration any time you may need assistance. We are more than willing to help.  The following list should help you make deposits accordingly:


Paid Breakfast

$1.00/day

$5.00/week

Reduced Breakfast

$0.30/day

$1.50/week

Paid Lunch

$2.25/day

$11.25/week

Reduced Lunch

$0.40/day

$2.00/week

Visitor Lunch

$3.50/day


Extra Milk

$0.35



Students who are eating breakfast should go straight to the lunchroom. Please review this with kindergartners particularly, and make sure that he/she knows if they are supposed to eat breakfast at school. We will also ask and guide them if needed.  DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL, breakfast meals will be taken to the classroom to be eaten. Beginning August 13th, breakfast meals will be eaten in the lunchroom before students report to their classrooms.  Please make every effort to arrive at school in plenty of time for your child to eat breakfast so that they are not counted tardy by their classroom teachers. Car riders eating breakfast need to arrive by 7:45 a.m. and proceed directly to the lunchroom.

Vending machines are available for the purchase of morning or afternoon snacks. Students need to use dollars and/or quarters when purchasing snacks from the vending machines, and it is best if exact change is sent with the student. Vending machine prices range from 85 cents to $1.00.

You can find the menu online by following these instructions:

Go to blountboe.net and click on the Breakfast and Lunch Menu tabs on the right side of the screen. If you do not have access to the Internet you can request a printed copy from your child’s teacher.

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