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Aggie Cafe Rules and Handbook Policy


Aggie Café


 The Aggie Café has a warm, inviting atmosphere for all students. We serve healthy meals with several options in the hope of capturing all the student’s unique food favorites. We follow the Aggie PRIDE Pillars in all that we do: Positive attitude, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Effort. The staff in the Aggie Café are dedicated to your student. We want them to have the best experience possible while enjoying the best meal possible. Please see the Aggie Express for monthly menus as well as our website.


Meals and prices: 


Breakfast is served daily starting at 7:35 a.m. 

$1.75/full pay



In the event of a delay, breakfast WILL NOT be served. 


Our lunch menu consists of a choice between two entrees which includes five items from different food groups.  Students may take all five food groups, but must take three of the five including a fruit or vegetable to receive a full lunch     (or)

  • 6th-12th grade student has the option of selecting one of the 8 cold lunch options, such as, wraps, subs etc. which also comes with the hot vegetable of the day. 

 We are offering what we call “The Meal is the Deal” pricing.  If a student only chooses to take one entrée (such as a piece of pizza), that entree will cost $3.25. Your student can save $.50 by choosing a full lunch.   

$2.75/full pay





Students packing lunch will need to purchase any additional items, I.E. milk, condiments, etc.




  • Students may charge up to three meals. 

  • All Parents will be contacted by an automatic email system when your child first runs out of money. 

  • A letter will be sent home only to elementary students if they reach their three-charge limit.  

  • If payment is not made and the account brought up to a positive balance the next day, students will be offered an alternate meal. 

  • All charges must be paid by the last day of the current school year. 

  • No charging will be allowed the last 2 weeks of school. 

  • A student cannot charge ala carte items.  

Parental controls can be set to control student spending.


Free/Reduced Applications: 


LunchApp.com is a secure web-site that allows you to fill out your free/reduced application on-line. You can access this site though the cafeteria web page on the Beal City web-site. 

      All charges before the application is received and processed must be paid within a week of notification.


Rules in the café:


  1. Form a single line in first come/first serve status. 

  2. Due to state/federal regulations of free and reduced lunches and breakfasts, students are not allowed to share their meals or charge accounts.

  3. Please pick up after yourself: food, napkins, silverware, tray, etc.

  4. Recycle your plastic milk bottles.

  5. Sanitize your hands before every meal…there are two dispensers in the cafeteria.

  6. Place all trash in the proper receptacle.

  7. Do not throw food or other objects.


How to pay:


All students have a 5-digit student ID number and you will need the ID number for on-line payments.

  • Please make sure all balances are kept up to date. 

  • Payments may be cash, check made out to Beal City Schools, Online at      www.efunds.com, www.sendmoneytoschool.com. There will be a $5.00 fee for NSF.

  • No money will be accepted in the lunch line.

  • Students need to turn in the money to the drop box stations by 9:15am. 

  • Any credit balances will be carried over to the next school year.

  • All money will be refunded to seniors.

  • Students leaving the district should notify us for a refund.


Food for Thought:

Our annual “Food for Thought” cafeteria meetings are held every year. This is open to invited students, as well as any parents and community members who are interested in participating.  The date and time will be published in the Aggie Express, on the website and in the elementary newsletter.


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