Wayne Public Schools
As of 2017/2018
Wayne Public Schools will be maintaining lunch prices this year. Elementary full price will go to $2.00 for lunch and breakfast will remain free for all students. Middle and High School students will pay $2.50 for lunch with breakfast free for all students. Reduced prices remain at .40 cents for all students who qualify. Parents are strongly encouraged to fill out a free/reduced application for lunches at enrollment. The sooner we have you in the system the sooner everyone knows what to expect. Parents are also strongly encouraged to pay in advance for student lunches. Middle School and High School students who incur an unpaid lunch bill will need to consider an alternative meal plan or pay as they go. The breakdown will be as follows:
Daily Weekly Monthly
Elementary Full Price $2.00 $10.00 $40.00
Elementary Reduced $.40 $2.00 $8.00
Middle Full Price $2.50 $12.50 $50.00
Middle Reduced $.40 $2.00 $8.00
High School Full Price $2.50 $12.50 $50.00
High School Reduced $.40 $2.00 $8.00
As always, the staff at the school cafeteria will be striving to bring healthy and tasty meals to our students. Their welfare is important to us all and we look forward to serving them and our community for another year. I would like to remind parents that only one application listing ALL students and other family members in the household will suffice. Also, be sure that you fill out the income and Social Security portion of the form even if you have 0 income. Filling these forms out is important not only to the lunch program but to EVERY program or grant that our school may qualify for.
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