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Krista Jackson, Child Nutrition Director
Barbara Brown, Assistant Director
Student Breakfast $1.25
Elem Student Lunch $2.05
Secondary Student Lunch $2.30
Adult Breakfast $2.00
Adult Lunch $3.15
Free and Reduced Price Meal applications are available to all families. Only one complete meal application is required per family. Turn completed applications in to the school office or cafeteria. Applications are at the school office.
Apply for free and reduced meals online this year! Click the image below.
We take money in the form of check or cash at each cafeteria. Please send money with your child in an envelope with their name and lunch number on it.
You have the option to make online meal payments using EZSchool Pay with a credit or debit card. You will need your child's Patron ID. Please contact the Child Nutrition office for the Patron ID.
Greenbrier Schools serve meals to all students during the planned school year. To find locations that offer meals during breaks and during the summer click on the link below:
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Welcome to the Child Nutrition Department at Greenbrier Schools. We are here to serve our students and staff healthy meals so they can excel in the classroom.
Greenbrier School District invites students to eat everyday in the cafeteria. A well balanced meal full of whole grains, lean mean, fruits and vegetables is offered daily. We understand that some days, the cafeteria may make something that a student doesn't like; so when trying to decide if a lunch needs to be packed, we have implemented some daily themes to remember. For example, every Tuesday Panther students can expect their favorite chicken products including chicken rings, chicken nuggets, and chicken sandwiches!
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