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Meals & Nutrition

The Salt Lake City School District recognizes that a poor diet negatively impacts students’ health, and their ability and motivation to learn. The child nutrition program provides students access to the varied and nutritious foods they need to stay healthy and energized to succeed year round.

PLEASE BE AWARE - Many of the grants and waivers available during the pandemic are no longer available, and school meals are no longer free to all children. Households who need assistance purchasing school meals must apply for Free and Reduced Price Meal benefits or qualify by direct certification. 

Prices for the 2022 - 2023 School Year

FREE and REDUCED Student Meals (federally subsidized)

  • ALL Schools: Lunch - $0.00 / Breakfast - $0.00

PAID Student Meals (federally subsidized)

  • Elementary Schools: Lunch - $2.00 / Breakfast - $1.00

  • Middle Schools: Lunch - $2.30 / Breakfast - $1.20

  • High Schools: Lunch - $2.50 / Breakfast - $1.20

Non-Program Sales (not federally subsidized)

Non-program foods such as second meals, adult meals, and single menu items (milk, fruit, vegetable, chips, etc.) can be purchased via an online meal account or with a meal ticket purchased at the school office.

  • Adult and Second Meals: Lunch - $3.75 / Breakfast - $2.75

  • Single Food Items - Entrée $2.00 / Fruit, Vegetable, or Side Dish $1.00 / Milk or Juice $0.50 

     IMPORTANT: Second student meals and  non-enrolled child meals will be charged the full adult meal price

The Salt Lake City School District waives the federal reduced price meal rate; therefore, students who qualify for federal Free or Reduced Price Meal Benefits are eligible to receive one free student breakfast and one free student lunch each day they attend any of our schools.