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Hoover High School Breakfast & Lunch:  Mar 20 - 24  |  Apr 3 - 7  |  Apr 10 - 14  |  Apr 17 - 21  |  Apr 24 - 28   |  Middle School Lunch  |  Middle School Breakfast  |  Elementary School Lunch  |  Elementary School Breakfast

INTERACTIVE MEAL MENU CALENDARS
Click on a menu below to see a calendar of meals. From here you can click on any menu item to see its nutritional information:

Hoover High School Lunch  |   Hoover High School Breakfast   |   Middle School Lunch   |   Middle School Breakfast   |   Elementary School Lunch   |   Elementary School Breakfast

Online Free and Reduced Meal Application

Online Meal Application Parent Instructions

PDF copy of Free and Reduced Meal Application

PRICING

Breakfast
Free to all free eligible students
$0.30 -- All Buildings Reduced Price Breakfast
$2.00 -- High School (6:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.)
$1.75 -- Middle School (7 - 7:30 a.m.)
$1.50 -- All Elementary & Intermediate Schools (check with your buildings for specific times)
$2.50 -- Adult/Staff Breakfast Meal (includes milk or 16.9 oz water bottle)

Lunch
Free to all free eligible Students
$0.40 -- All Buildings Reduced Price Lunch
$3.00 -- High School
$2.75 -- Middle School
$2.50 -- All Elementary & Intermediate Schools
$3.50 -- Adult/Staff Lunch Meal (includes milk or 16.9 oz water bottle)
$0.50 -- Extra Milk all meals

A La Carte
Elementary Prices
Middle School Prices
High School Prices
Adult Menu Prices

PAYMENT

Point of Sale Software
Food services operates under a Point of Sale (POS) system, which means EVERY student must type in their student ID number (PIN) in order to purchase any items. For incoming kindergarteners and first graders, a PIN will be given to them at orientation with a copy of the PIN pad for practicing their number entry. Under POS, each student has an account and the correct amount is removed (debited) from the account when the child purchases an item. Parents are encouraged to send money in the form of checks to be placed on student accounts or to use our on-line payment system (see Pay For It below).  Please do not combine checks for lunches and student fees.  Please place the child’s name or PIN number in the memo portion of the check. All money left on the account at the end of the school year, stays with the student and will transfer to the next grade. Refunds are only granted if a student withdraws from the school district, or graduates.

Pay-For-It.net
Our Point of Sale system is set-up to take credit/debit cards and electronic checks via the Pay For It system found at www.payforit.net.  An account needs to be set-up for your child(ren) using their student ID number.  This system will allow you to view the purchases your child(ren) has/have made for the past 14 days as well as allow you to add money to their account. The system can also send email reminders of your child’s account balance and schedule automatic payments if you wish. You do not have to pay online to view your child’s account. For help and more information, visit our Pay For It assistance page.

Charge Policy
North Canton City Schools will allow a student to “charge” a meal (no a la carte purchases will be allowed) in the event that your child forgets his/her lunch money. Please set up an account in the Pay-For-It system to view your child’s balance, receive alerts as to when the balance is getting low, and see purchases in order to limit your child from having a negative balance. Please remember that all negative balances will need to be paid off in a timely manner. We will allow up to three meals without money to occur, but will send letters, phone calls and emails home so that you are informed that there is a need to place money on your child’s account. Once three days worth of meals have been “charged” with no money on their account, we will offer a cheese sandwich, milk and a fruit or vegetable, so they do not go hungry for that day. The offering of a cheese sandwich is not to be a daily occurrence, we expect parents and guardians to pay off negative balances, or fill out a Free and Reduced Meals Application if needed to prevent negative account balances. If we feel this is being abused, we will discontinue offering the cheese sandwich. We cannot permit accruing negative account balances after the second week of May and all negative balances are expected to be paid off prior to the last day of school.

MEAL OPTIONS

Standard Offerings
In all buildings, choices of two main entrees; fresh and canned fruits; fresh, frozen or canned vegetables; and low-fat and skim milks are offered daily on the Traditional Lunch lines.

A la Carte Offerings
Most menu items are available for purchase a la cart as well as a selection of healthy snacks that are available for purchase in each cafeteria. We encourage a healthy balanced diet, which can include healthy snacks. If any parent/guardian would like to restrict your child from purchasing a la cart, please send a note in with your child stating your wishes and we will be happy to comply.
Elementary Prices | Middle School Prices | High School Prices | Adult Menu Prices

NATIONAL MEAL PROGRAMS
National School Lunch Program and National School Breakfast Program
North Canton City Schools participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast program at all of the schools in our district. Some students may qualify for free or reduced-priced meals. Click on the link above to access our Online Meals Applications. Paper applications are available in each office or you can download the Free and Reduced Meal Application.

Special Dietary Needs and Food Allergies
Food Service is happy to accommodate students with special dietary needs and food allergies within our abilities. Students must provide written medical documentation from the treating physician in order to provide for this accommodation. This documentation must include, but is not limited to, a statement of the allergy, what dietary changes from the traditional school meal are necessary, what specific foods must be omitted or substituted and what dietary items can be used to replace the items. This documentation should be given to the school nurse.

We are unable to substitute any item for milk according to the USDA and the Ohio Department of Education [USDA Final Rule Fluid Milk Substitutions in the School Nutrition Program (73 FR 52903)]. We will provide a cup and water to any student that asks, or students can choose a 4 oz juice cup as part of the fruit offering on their tray, as well as purchasing bottled water and juice cups a la carte.

Feel free to Email the Food Service Team with any questions.