This page includes food service and child nutrition information for Melissa Schools, managed in partnership with Southwest Foodservice Excellence (SFE).
Lunch & Breakfast Menus
To access the breakfast and lunch menus, please click on the link below. Menu items are subject to change. Menus for the upcoming month will be posted during the second week of the current month.
Free or Reduced-Price Meals
Paid Reimbursable Breakfast
Paid Reimbursable Lunch
At Melissa Middle School and Melissa High School, lunch meal combos cost $3.00. Some specialty items cost $2.50. For other a la carte items, prices will vary and will be posted at school.
Meal vs. A La Carte
What qualifies as a “Lunch Meal”? In order to qualify for the Lunch Meal price, the student must take three or more of the five food groups: 1) fruits (one-half cup), 2) vegetables (one-half cup), 3) grains, 4) protein, and/or 5) dairy. If the student only takes one or two items, each item will be charged individually at the a la carte pricing.
Additional information and forms regarding food allergies can be found on our Health Services page.
School Account Balance
Parents and guardians can view their child’s lunch account balance, check activity, and add money to the child’s account by visiting MySchoolBucks.com or using the MySchoolBucks app. Students can also add money to their account at school. For additional information and guidance on using MySchoolBucks, please see the links below.
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