Red Rock Elementary
School District
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Food Services

Proper nutrition is the foundation for a child’s success in school. Studies have shown that when kids are hungry, their minds are unable to focus on learning. That’s why our school provides healthful, well-balanced lunches for our students. We know how important it is to eat well.

You may purchase lunches daily, a full week at a time, or monthly. Please send a check or cash with your child. Make checks payable to Red Rock School.

  • Child reduced lunch: .40 cents
  • Child full price lunch: $2.45
  • Adult full price lunch: $4.58
  • Extra milk: .35 cents

We also have a convenient online payment option. Please visit MySchoolBucks. You will need your child's student ID number. If you don't know what it is, please call the school, and we'll give it to you. You can set up payments and view meal purchases. There is a convenience fee for online payments. Please see the site for details.

If you would like to apply for free or reduced lunch, please bring in a completed application to the office, and we’ll take it from there. If you have any questions about our lunch menu or our food service program, please contact us at (520) 682-3331.

2022–2023 Food Service Update

We would like to update you on the latest guidance from the federal government regarding the end of the universal free school meal program that has been put in place during the pandemic. This will impact not only our food services for the upcoming 2022–2023 school, but all public school districts in the country.

During the pandemic there were child nutrition waivers issued by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that allowed all students to receive free meals through reimbursements to the school. These waivers were put in place regardless of the families ability to pay.

These waivers will be expiring for the 2022–2023 school year, and students will be responsible for bringing their own lunch or purchasing a meal through our school lunch system.

Please take a moment to read our complete letter to families for more information.

School Breakfast Program Quick Facts

  • The School Breakfast Program offers students healthy and nutritious meals at school that follow strict nutrition requirements.
  • School Breakfast Program meals must meet the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans and must provide at least ¼ of a child’s daily requirement for calories, protein, calcium, iron, vitamin(s) A and C.
  • Generally, a school breakfast will contain milk, fruit or 100% fruit juice, and a main dish or item that includes grains and/or a protein source.
  • Children who eat breakfast show an increased ability to learn, better academic performance, and may have a decreased risk of being overweight.
  • Parents and children do not have to be a U.S. citizen to participate in school breakfast programs.
  • Some schools offer breakfast free to all students (Universal Free Breakfast), regardless of their ability to pay. This method of offering free breakfast to all students, regardless of household income, has benefits such as reduced absenteeism and tardiness, fewer behavior problems, and increases in test scores.

We are very excited about offering breakfast to our students and are sure this will have a positive influence in their day-to-day activities and performance.