Matt Elementary Seaside Cafe'
Food Service Manager: Debbie Berry
Phone 678-455-4500 ext. 280561Email firstname.lastname@example.orgMatt Elementary Lunch Count Link:
**Menu subject to change due to vendor shortages.We will not be processing Free & Reduced applications this school year.Every student will receive Breakfast/Lunch free if the student chooses to eat in the cafeteria. This will be for the 2021-2022 school year.CHECK OUT OUR MENUS !MealViewer app and online menus. Download the Mealviewer app from Apple App Store or from the Android Google Play store. Customize Student Profiles to check for allergies, nutrition, and carb counts.Tool to keep up with school breakfast and lunch, click link: http://schools.mealviewer.com/school/mattCash is gladly accepted at the cafeteria register for meal and a la carte item purchases, and to add funds on the student's account; however, cashiers do not have adequate funds to make change for customers with bills larger than $20.00. Bills larger than $20.00 will only be accepted for meal payment if the entire amount is deposited into their meal account.Parents are responsible to ensure that children have an adequate lunch from home or sufficient funds to purchase school meals. To assist parents, student account balances can be monitored any time via www.mypaymentsplus.com regardless of whether you use the online funding option, send cash or checks, or you may call the school nutrition program. All you need to add a student is their Student ID and Last Name.
High School Grill Meal
$3.20 (HS Grill $4.35)
$3.85 (HS Grill $4.85)
$2.60The National School Lunch Program was established in 1946. It is a federally funded program which feeds more than 28 million children every school day. For some, this lunch is their most nutritious meal of the day. Kids who eat nutritious meals perform better in all aspects of their lives. The school lunch nutrition is based on mandated government guidelines for nutrients, calories, fat and protein. The National School Lunch Program is the largest federal child nutrition program and the second largest single source of funding for elementary and secondary schools.Quick Link:
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.The Forsyth County Nutrition Department is committed to the success and well being of our students by providing quality food with exceptional services.
Allergens:As with any commercially manufactured foods, some may be produced on equipment used to produce other allergen containing products such as milk, soy, wheat, and nuts. These items are not identified on the serving line. If a parent wishes, they may come to the central office food service department and look at the ingredient label notebook.