Breakfast/Lunch Menus

  • Breakfast is served daily unless it is a "late start" day.  There is no breakfast when school starts 2 hours late.

    Serving Schedules for Alta Elementary

    Breakfast: 7:50-8:10

    Lunch: TK-K 10:55 / 1st 11:00 / 2nd 11:05 / 3-4  12:07 / PreSchool 11:25


    Serving  Schedules for Aurelia Elementary

    Breakfast: 7:50-8:20

    Lunch: PK 11:00 / TK-K  11:05 / 1-2  11:10 / 3-4  12:00


    Serving Schedules for Alta-Aurelia Middle School

    Breakfast: 7:50-8:25

    Lunch: 5-6  11:15 / 7-8  12:10


    Serving Schedules for Alta-Aurelia High School

    Breakfast: 7:30-8:05

    1st Lunch: 11:44-12:07 / 2nd Lunch: 12:32-12:55


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