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Sara Long, Child Nutrition Director
Barbara Brown, Assistant Director
School Breakfast: First Paid
School Lunch: Paid - $2.05, Reduced - $.40
School Breakfast: First Paid Breakfast - $1.25, First Reduced
School Lunch: Paid - $2.30, Reduced - $.40
Parents or guardians may apply for free and reduced priced meals anytime during the school year. Apply for free and reduced meals online this year at https://family.titank12.com/application/new?lang=English
You have the option to make online meal payments at http://family.titank12.com with a credit or debit card. Online payments will require a $2.60 fee.
Greenbrier School District does not provide credit for students to charge for meals, a la carte, or other food and beverage items available for purchase in the school food service areas. In accordance with Arkansas law, Greenbrier School District will not deny the first reimbursable breakfast and/or a reimbursable lunch if student’s accounts do not have enough funds to purchase a meal. The District will notify a student’s parent or guardian when the student’s prepaid account balance has received five (5) unpaid meals. It is the responsibility of each household to ensure adequate funds are available for school lunch and breakfast. Positive and negative cafeteria balances will follow the student when advancing to the next grade each school year. If a student drops from Greenbrier School District, that student is still responsible for unpaid balances. Attempts will be made to collect charges. All dropped student unpaid meal charges will be consolidated and considered bad debt at the end of each school year.
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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.
A well balanced meal full of whole grains, lean meat, 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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