Big Foot High School – Food Service /Lunch Account Software

Big Foot High School Food Service /Lunch Account Software
Lunch Account Balance Notification

How will I know when my account gets low?

When your account reaches $5.00 or less, the cashier will let your student know. An email will also be sent when your account is $30.00 or less to the primary email address, if it is on file. No letter will be sent out.

Parents may check lunch account status using the Lunch Account link at the top of this page. Lunch accounts are updated daily at 2:00 p.m. on the WordWare Web site.

What’s New in the School Cafeteria?

March 10, 2014

The food service department has a new vending machine. The vending machine will have fresh sub sandwiches, PBJs, chocolate milk, drinks and snacks. The vending machine will be on 24/7.  The machine accepts $1, $5 or $10 bills. If you have a suggestion on an item that you would like to have in the vending machine, please contact Shelly Chisamore, Food Service Manager.

New Breakfast/Lunch Account Policy

On Thursday, February 27, 2014, our Board of Education approved setting $50.00 as the limit that students can have as a negative balance on their breakfast/lunch accounts. Starting Monday, March 17, 2014, all students are strongly encouraged to have their breakfast/lunch accounts paid in full.  Any students who owe $50.00 or more on their breakfast/lunch account will now be given a peanut butter sandwich and milk for lunch instead of a regular lunch until the debt is under $50.00.

If you think you may qualify for free or reduced priced meals or need to set-up a payment plan, please contact Shelly Chisamore, Food Service Manager.

Breakfast Reminder

Every morning from 7:00–7:20 a.m. and on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:03–9:23 a.m., Big Foot High School offers breakfast. You are offered a different hot breakfast sandwich every day. The hot sandwich comes with an apple or orange and milk. There are also “grab and go” breakfasts available that contain either a bagel, PBJ sandwich, breakfast bar or yogurt and cereal. Also included with the “grab and go” is string cheese, an apple or orange and milk.

Breakfast Benefits

Reduces fatigue & sleepiness in mid-morning hours.
Helps banish the blues.
Helps maintain weight (calories consumed earlier in the day are more efficiently utilized).
Improves concentration.
Helps you function more efficiently.
Generally improves diet (less snacking).

Contact

Shelly Chisamore
Food Service Manager
262-394-4418
smchisamore@bigfoot.k12.wi.us

 

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