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Dining Options

Lunch Options

The cost for lunch is $3.75. The menu is posted online at 

We offer a cashless system where parents can upload money to their student’s account to be used for lunch purchases. Accounts can be set up at using your student's student ID (which can be found when you log into your OnCampus account under your student's name, Contact Card and General Information on the lefthand side).

To purchase food in line, students are encouraged to have their unique fingerprint registered in the system for quick checkout. This can be done at Registration.

Students are not permitted to leave school during the lunch period. Students may bring their own lunch.

Allergen Information

Allergen information is listed next to the food item on the menu. Here is the key:


Cashless Lunch System

Parents are able to deposit money into their student’s account for him or her to purchase lunch by using their fingerprint. We can also access their account by name, and they will still be able to purchase food. You will also be able to see what your student is purchasing. (Cash will still be accepted on a daily basis.)
To add money to your student's account, visit and log in to see your student's information. If you have not yet registered, click "Sign Up!" and follow the step-by-step instructions. 
To find out more, call the Business Office at (260) 483-1102, ext. 248.
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Lunch Menu

Click here for the current lunch menu