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    The nutrient content of meals served is viewable in the menu.  A free smart phone app is also available from nutrislice.com.

    The Pinellas County School District participates in the National School Lunch/School Breakfast Program. Nutritious meals are served every school day. All meals served must meet patterns established by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
    Meal Times: Breakfast 7:30-8:00 / Student Lunches 11:03-1:09
    Breakfast is now free of charge for all students!  Adult breakfast is $2.25. 
    Lunch is served daily at a cost of $2.75 for students and $3.50 for adults. Free lunch is available to those who qualify. A free pouch of water is available with your meals.

    Nutrition Nugget
    By The Numbers
    Helpful ideas for making healthy food choices fun for the entire family!

    Lunch Accounts
    Prepaid Lunch Account
    My School Bucks offers you a convenient, easy, and secure way to make prepayments using your bank account or your Visa or MasterCard.

    Registration is free and quick, so get started today! You will need to have your child's 10-digit school ID number available to register.

    Free & Reduced Lunch Applications
    Paper applications for free and reduced lunch are no longer sent home with each student.  Parents are encouraged to apply through www.MySchoolApps.com, and will be notified of their application status within 24 hours.  Parents needing a paper application can pick up one from the cafeteria manager or in the front office.  Apply Online

      Does Your Child Have Food Allergies?

    We have several students here at CFMS that have a variety of food allergies.  Details about each item offered on the school’s menu are available in an ingredient database located on the Food Service page at the Pinellas County Schools website.  Parents are encouraged to use this wonderful teaching tool to help students make appropriate choices with their specific health needs.

      5 Simple Solutions for Outstanding Cafe Behavior

    1) Stay in your seat.
    2) Eat your own food.
    3) Talk quietly. Use a restaurant voice.
    4) Use your best manners. Respect others around you. Do not play with food.
    5) Clean up after yourself. Leave no trash behind.

      Cafe Contacts
    Food Service Manager
    (727) 298-2363

    Specialist: Tracy Robinson Burke
    Food Service AssistantsPam Helms, Virginia Jones, Mary Mayer, Annette Pantalleresco

    Additional food service information from the district office.