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BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MENUS
Our menus are available in Nutrislice! This allows us to provide you with more information about the food choices on our menu in a more convenient format. Click the apple or visit SRR Online Menus.
LUNCH ACCOUNTS AND PAYMENTS
Meal Prices – 2019-2020
All K-12 Students: Free
Adult Breakfast: $2.35 per meal.
Middle/High School: $2.90
Milk: $.40 per carton
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Accounts and Balances
“Low Balance” notifications begin when your account reaches a balance of $20.00 or less. Notifications will be sent by phone call, email or text through our Skylert system. You will be contacted daily until your balance is above the $20 threshold. You can adjust or update how you receive this information through Skyward Family Access. Click here for tips on customizing your preferences.
Payments to a student/family food service account can be made online, 24 hours a day, through Skyward Family Access. Payments are processed through RevTrak, to provide a secure site for making payments. If a child’s food service balance is low, you can add money using a Discover, VISA or MasterCard credit or debit card.
Online payments through Skyward Family Access are immediately posted to the student’s food service account. All credit card statements will show the payment has been made to the Sauk Rapids-Rice Public School District. Parents will NOT be charged a fee for this service.
To Make Online Payments parents will need:
• Discover, Visa, or MasterCard (Debit or Credit Card), including card number and expiration date.
• Skyward Parent Access Login ID and Password. For assistance, please call 253-3628.
• Visit Skyward Parent Access/Online Lunch Payment and process your payment.
• Need help? See the 60-second video below.
Auto-Replenish is now available! | View Instructions
OR watch this 60-second video to learn how to keep track of balances and purchases in Skyward Family Access.
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FOOD SERVICE OFFICE
901 First Street S, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 | Map and driving directions
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