Hartland Schools informed families that the school system has held school lunch prices down due to the economy for as long as they could, however with the cost of everything going up, we have no choice but to increase prices to cover costs.
1. It’s been 7 years since the price of meals have gone up for students and teachers in the Hartland Consolidated Schools.
2. Hartland’s Student nutrition program is a federally funded, self supporting, nonprofit student nutrition program. The federal Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 and the National School Lunch Program require the schools to cover their costs.
3. Effective for the 2013-2014 school year, all lunches were increased by $.50 and breakfasts by $.25.
- Breakfast available at Round Elementary, Farms Intermediate, HartlandHigh School and Legacy is $1.75. The High School also offers a $2 breakfast.
- Elementary and Intermediate Lunches: $2.50
- Secondary Lunches $2.75 and $3. The High School offers some premium meals for $4.
5. Students are asked to only take what they can eat, they cannot share.