Director of Food Service
All students in Pre-School – 12th grade will receive free breakfast this year. Adult meals, second meals, and milk are not free.
Child Nutrition Program
St. Maries School District participates in the National School Lunch Program, and the Food Services Department serves wholesome breakfasts and lunches every school day. Special nutritional needs or dietary restrictions can be accommodated by making special arrangements with the Food Services Department. Menus are published monthly and are available from the schools as well as the District Website. Bag lunches are also available for field trips at regular school lunch prices. Multiple milk and ala carte items can be purchased for an additional charge. If parents do not want their student to charge for additional food items, they can request a form from the Food Services Department to limit their child’s purchases. As a member of the National School Lunch Program, the District can receive federal dollars to support any student qualifying for free or reduced breakfast and lunch. One Application qualifies a student for both meals. Only one Application per family that lists all family members is required. Applications are kept strictly confidential and are available at each school and on the District’s Web site. A new Application must be completed each year. Parents should contact Cheri Chaffey, Food Services Program Director, at 208-245-1309 for additional information.
Food Services Breakfast/Lunch Prices
|All students (Pre-School-12) eat Free||Free- Provision II||Free-Provision II|
|Heyburn Elementary (K-5)||$0.40||$3.20|
|St. Maries Middle School (6-8)||$0.40||$3.40|
|St. Maries High School/CEC (9-12)||$0.40||$3.60|
|Adults and Second Lunches||$4.35|
|Ala Carte Milk||$0.50|
Medical and Allergy Forms
2022 Dietary Modification Request
2022-2023 Medical Statement Request for Meal Accommodation Due to Medical Condition
Smart Snack Calculator
Take the guess work out of your day! Our Smart Snacks Product Calculator will help you determine if your product meets the USDA Smart Snacks in School nutrition standards*. Answer the following series of questions to see whether your product is compliant. Then save and print for your records!
*Results from this calculator have been determined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to be accurate in assessing product compliance with the Federal requirements for Smart Snacks in Schools
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
USDA Non-Discrimination Statement
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
2022-2023 Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals
2022-2023 Free and Reduced Application Guidelines
Applications for free and reduced priced meals are available at each school office as well as the Food Services Department if you do not have the ability to print the above application. Families should complete the Application and return it to the Food Services Department prior to the start of school. A new application must be completed each year and may be picked up during student registration. Families may apply for free or reduced meals at any time during the school year as their economic situation changes.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER - Applications are Confidential
All information on your application is confidential and will only be used for the meal program, unless you request to release the information. Student computer accounts look identical to cash-paying students, so no one can tell what the status of any student is. We respect your privacy.