Lunch Menus

2014/2015 Ann Arbor Public Schools Charge Procedure

Elementary and Middle School: Students may charge two lunches. If a student has an outstanding balance of 2 lunches or more, an alternate lunch, consisting of a cheese sandwich, fruit, vegetable, and milk will be provided at the regular lunch price and charged to the student's account. Any payments made will go to pay off the negative balance on the student's account. If a payment is made that does not bring the balance under 2 lunches the alternative lunch will be provided.

High School: Students may not charge a lunch. They will be offered an alternate lunch of a cheese sandwich, fruit, vegetable, and milk. Their account will be charged the regular lunch price for this meal. No ala carte purchases can be made while a balance is due.

Lunch Menus 



Middle Schools

High Schools

The Elementary lunch price is $2.50.
High School and Middle School lunch prices are $3.00 & $3.50

Lets do Breakfast!

Elementary Breakfast Menu

Middle and High School Breakfast Menu

Did you know that Ann Arbor is a part of the National Breakfast Program? This means breakfast is being served in each school building daily. Research shows that students who eat breakfast daily have better attendance, achieve higher test scores and have fewer behavioral problems in the classroom. The cost is $1.00 in the Elementaries, $1.25 in the Secondaries, $.30 for reduced price in both. Check with your child's school for serving time.


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Questions? Please contact the Dining Services office at (734) 994-2265

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