School NutritionWelcome to Vickery Vipers CafeWe are pleased that you have visited our web page today. You can check the menus on this site all year long. A new menu for each week should be posted for you by Monday of each week. Please feel free to call me at any time if you feel you have questions that need answers. I'll do my best to respond as quickly as possible.Thank you for letting my staff fuel your child for a great day of learning.VCMS Cafe Manager770-667-2580 ext. 230136Look what's new!
Check out our newest feature: MealViewer app and online menus. Download the MealViewer app from the Apple App Store or from the Android Google Play Store. Customize Student Profiles to check for allergies, nutrition, and carb counts.
A neat new tool to keep up with the school breakfast and lunch, click link: Vickery Viper Cafe Menus MealviewerPlease Remember, middle school students are allowed to charge only one breakfast and/or lunch up to $2.70.You are not allowed to purchase extra sales if you have a negative balance.YOUR CHILDS BREAKFAST/LUNCH ACCOUNTYou may put funds on your child/childrens account at any time during the school day or through the www.mypaymentsplus.com web site.You may send in cash or check made out to "Vickery Creek Middle School". There should be one check for each child even if they are in the same school.Once your child has exhausted the funds, you need to replenish the account if they are not on the "Free and Reduced" program.If your child runs out of money, any part of their $2.70 for lunch and $1.60 for breakfast, we allow the child to call and make arrangments for the child to have money put on their account. If the child does not have the funds for their meal, they are given a cheese sandwich and a milk. Please check weekly to make sure your child has the money he/she needs for their account.Free & Reduced StudentsYou must apply each school year for the "Free and Reduced" program. You can do this on line at the site:https://schoolmealapp.forsyth.k12.ga.us or a copy picked up at the Hill Center, or the School Nutrition Department. Completed applications can be submitted to your child’s school cafeteria any day of the week.If you qualify for the free and reduced program, this will apply for breakfast as well as lunch. Both meals each day are served to all students. If you are a free student, you get free breakfast AND lunch. Reduced students pay only $0.30 for breakfast and only $0.40 for lunch.Parents can rest assured the information supplied on the form is strictly confidential andstudent identification is protected with the computer software used at the cashier’s station.
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