Pierre School District Food Services
Elementary Schools: $2.05
Middle School: $2.15
High School: $2.25
Reduced Breakfast: $0.30
Elementary Schools: $3.25
Middle School: $3.45
High School: $3.60
Reduced Breakfast: $0.40
Paying for School Meals
We would like to encourage all parents to sign up for the EZ School Pay system. This is a good way to keep track of student’s meal balances and you can also track what your students are purchasing each day.
There are some options where you can set a low balance notification system where you put in the amount you want to be contacted by email in and the system automatically generates an email to the address you put in so you know in advance when your child(ren) are low on meal funds.
You can just go to www.ezschoolpay.com and follow the instructions to sign up. The only information you need from the school is your student’s lunch number or Person ID number. You can call the school your child attends and ask the secretary’s to look up your child’s student ID number in Campus and you will need that number, last name and zip code and they will be added to your account.
If you have any questions please call Steven McClelland at (605) 773-7337
Welcome! Please browser our Food Service page for menues, prices, Free & Reduced Applications, payment information, and much more.
Free or Reduced Meal Applications:
Applications from last school year will carry over until the first week of October. During this time please fill out a new application to update your benefits. A new application needs to be filled out each year. After the first week of October all applications not renewed will be switched to paid meals. You may fill out applications at any time throughout the year. Information and the application as well as the Online Free & Reduced App (NEW) can be found in the Food Service Information section of this site or at any of the schools. If you have any questions, please contact Steven McClelland at (605) 773-7337.
Receiving SNAP or TANF benefits? If you receive these food assistance services you will automatically qualify however you may want to call to make sure.
What's a Meal?
The meal prices are set for the purchases of a meal. A student must take at least 3 food groups and one must be a fruit or vegetable.
A meal at the elementary level is the main meal option, anything off the fruit and veggie bar and a milk/juice. Elementary lunches will not have any extra items for purchase. Students bringing lunch from home may purchase a milk and must bring all paper products and utensils with them.
A meal at the middle school is the main meal or the sandwich/salad bar option, anything off the fruit and veggie bar and a milk/juice. The middle school does have a la carte (extra items) and novelties available as well as doubles that do cost extra.
A meal at the high school is the Main Meal line, the Sandwich line, the GovGreens salad bar or the Bistro Box meal, with anything off the fruit and veggie bar and a milk/juice. The high school also has a la carte (extra items), novelties and doubles that do cost extra.
Block or Limit Purchases of a La Carte, DOubles, Novelties, Extras:
The middle school and high school have items that have an additional cost. If you do not want your child to be able to buy these items or would like to limit the amount please call Steven McClelland at (605) 773-7337.
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The Pierre School District prides itself on the quality of education it provides to children of the Pierre area. The teachers and support staff of the Pierre School District are of the highest caliber. Our students have great opportunities to learn and grow as a result of dedicated educators, directors, coaches, and quality programs and courses. As a district we take pride in our school and community. If you have any questions regarding the Pierre School District, please contact our Administrative Offices. We would like to hear from you!
Phone: (605) 773-7300
Fax: (605) 773-7304
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211 South Poplar Ave.
Pierre, SD 57501
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