Please monitor your child's lunch account using EZPay,and make sure their accounts are fully funded at all times.
Low balance letters will not come from QSP ~
you will have to sign up to get them from EZPay
The time stamp on all transactions in QSP and EZPay are in CST, so they are 1 hour behind.
LUNCH PRICES for 2016-17:
- Hillcrest Elementary School: $2.70
- Bath Elementary School: $2.70
- Revere Middle School: $2.70
- Revere High School: $2.85
All of our schools are "peanut aware." We do not process any nut containing items, but do have pre-packaged items with nuts, traces of nuts, or manufactured in the same plant as nuts. If your child is allergic to nuts of any kind, please make sure they read the nutrition label or ask a cafeteria staff member if they have questions.
There are several A la Carte items available for purchase during lunch in all the cafeterias. Students may use their QSP lunch account for purchasing these items. A la Carte prices may change periodically. Main entrees cost $2.30, and the fruit or veggie side at RHS costs $1.00.
Don't forget about our Grab-n-Go Breakfast Program at RMS! Several a la carte items are available from 7:00am-7:30am. Students use their QSP lunch account for these purchases. The items and prices are listed under the "Forms" section of the Food Service Website.
REMINDER: Change is not given at the cash registers. For example: If your student gives the cashier $1.00 to purchase a milk, the $.50 change will automatically be added to their lunch account.
If you ever have any questions about our National School Lunch Program, or QSP, please do not hesitate to contact:
Maureen Pisanick, RDN-LDN
Chief Nutrition Officer
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