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Cafeteria Links

Online Application

Paper Application

Student Meal Account 
(This link will allow you to deposit and manage the money in your child's account.)

Breakfast In The Classroom

The School Breakfast Program is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools. It began as a pilot project in 1966 and was made permanent in 1975. Studies show that eating a healthy breakfast has a positive impact on a student’s academic success. Each meal must provide ¼ of the Recommended Dietary Allowance for protein, iron, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and calories. Café LA serves breakfast at all of its 657 school sites and on weekends to the Saturday school programs. During the 2007-2008 school year an average of 213,885 breakfasts were served, that’s more than any other school district in the nation!

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Cafeteria

Breakfast Menu (Click to Enlarge)


 

Lunch Menu (Click to Enlarge)


 

After School Hot Supper



 

Cafe LA Programs

Meal Pricing

 

LAUSD Food Services is committed to providing nutritious Meals at a reasonable price. Students are encouraged to apply for free and reduced meal eligibility at the beginning of each year. Although not all students will qualify for free or reduced meals, Café LA is one of the best values around. Where else can you get a freshly made, complete balanced meal for $3.00 or less?

 

   Breakfast Lunch 
 Free No Charge No Charge 
 Reduced Price No Charge $0.40
 Full Price-Elementary No Charge $3.00


 

After School Snack Program

After School Programs give children a nutritional boost and draw them into supervised activities that are safe and offer learning opportunities. Under the National School Lunch Program, snacks/suppers can be served to children after their regular school day ends. The afterschool program must be organized, structured, supervised and approved by the district in order to receive snacks/suppers from the Food Services Division.

 

After School Snack Programs are provided to children on the same income eligibility as school meals. However, all students receive snacks at no charge. In programs that operate at schools where at least 50 percent of students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals (area eligible), all snacks are claimed as free and there is no charge to the program. Schools with less than 50 percent free and reduced eligibility (non-area eligible) must be approved by Food Services Senior Staff. Non-area eligible schools must track the snacks by student eligibility and pay the difference between the cost of the snacks and the reimbursable amounts.

 

After School Supper Programs are open to all students under the age of 18. This "first of a kind" supper program is being offered in over 500 schools across the District. Students are not required to be enrolled in either the school or the school's after school program in order to receive the supper. The suppers fill a much needed gap in nutrition after the school day ends, meeting nutrition guidelines during the week and on weekends and holidays (where applicable).

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