It is the goal of the Algoma School District Food Service program to contribute to the educational process by providing healthy meals to our students daily. Good nutrition is essential in the learning process, and our mission is to help ensure students are ready to learn.
The Algoma School District participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program, and Wisconsin School Day Milk Program For Grades 4K-5, providing nutritionally balanced meals each school day. The NSLP is an entitlement program that guarantees a set reimbursement for each qualifying meal or snack served. Low-income children are eligible to receive reduced-price or free meals at school. For more information on the reduced or free meal program at the Algoma School District please, visit our Free/Reduced lunch section here.
Meals Served and Associated Cost
Grades Full day 4k through Grade 6: free breakfast for all students
Grades 7-12: $1.35
Reduced breakfast price: $0.30
Grades 4k through Grade 6: $2.55
Grades 7-12: $2.95
Reduced lunch price: $0.40
Extra milk: $0.25/carton
Salad bar is a meal option for students in grades 7-12.
Wisconsin School Day Milk Program For Grades 4K-5
One carton of milk offered at no cost to students on free/reduced status, $0.25 per carton to full-pay students, charged to student meal account.