Lunch Menus & Prices

Pay on Your Child's Lunch Account

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2016-2017 Meal Prices

Hot breakfast and lunch is prepared and served on site daily. Fresh high quality foods and a wide variety of healthy choices are offered. All TCAPS’ schools offer breakfast and lunch options.

Elementary School Prices

Middle and High School Prices

Student Breakfast – $1.50 Student Breakfast – $1.75
Adult Breakfast – $2.35 Adult Breakfast – $2.35
Student Lunch – $2.60 Student Lunch – $2.85
Adult Lunch – $3.60 Adult Lunch – $3.60
Milk Price – $.50 Milk Price – $.50

Breakfast & Lunch Menus

with Nutritional Information

Lunch menus with the nutritional information for entrees are posted each month.  All grains offered with meals are wholegrains.  If you are unable to access these documents and would like a printed listing of the nutritional information, or if your child has individual nutritional needs, please contact the TCAPS registered dietitian at 231.933.1912.

October Elementary Menus

PDF DocumentBreakfast Menu: Elementary Schools PDF DocumentMontessori at Glenn Loomis Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentBreakfast Menu: Blair, Traverse Heights PDF DocumentOld Mission Peninsula School Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentBreakfast Nutritional Information PDF DocumentAll Other Elementary Schools Lunch Menu

October Middle & High School Menus and Nutritional Information

PDF DocumentBreakfast Menu: Secondary Schools PDF DocumentWest Middle School Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentBreakfast Nutritional Information PDF DocumentCentral High School Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentLunch Nutritional & Allergen Information
      (updated 10-14-16)
PDF DocumentTC High School Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentEast Middle School Lunch Menu PDF DocumentWest Senior High School Lunch Menu


New Vending Machines Offer Healthy Alternatives

Having access to healthy food items and meals outside of the normal cafeteria operating hours just got a little bit easier. TCAPS has installed two new vending machines in the cafeteria at Central High School as part of a pilot program. The vending machines contain healthy food items that meet the same federal nutrition regulations as all other food sold in the school cafeteria. Sample items include: salads, yogurt, sandwiches, fruit, granola bars, etc.

Students and staff can purchase snack items as well as meals qualifying under the Federal Free and Reduced Price School Meals Program using either cash or their meal accounts. For students who qualify for free/reduced meals, the purchase would count towards their daily meal allowance.  View a tutorial on how to use the machines: