School Year 2017-2018 Meal Prices

  • Milk:  $0.30
  • Elementary School Lunch:  $2.65
  • Middle School Lunch: $2.80
  • High School Lunch: $2.90
  • Reduced Lunch:  $0.40
  • Free Lunch:  No Charge
  • Adult: $3.55

Breakfast is also available at Webster and CHS

Parents/guardians may initiate a lunch account by sending a check made payable to the Cedarburg School District with your child at registration (grades 6-12) or handed in to the office the first day of school (grades K-5).  No checks will be accepted in the lunch line. Payment may also be made by mailing a check to:

The Cedarburg School District
Attn:  Food Service
W68 N611 Evergreen Blvd.
Cedarburg, WI  53012

Please include your children’s first and last names on the check.  The account may be established in any amount, but prepayment of at least one week per child is recommended.  Parents are encouraged to send one check for all children in the District.  When account balances go below $12.00 an automated message will be sent. Account balances and account information may also be found in Skyward Family Access. You may call the food service department at (262) 376-6240 at any time to inquire about your account.

Checks to replenish the lunch account may be sent directly with your child and delivered to the school office or mailed to the Cedarburg School District, Attn: Food Service. Payments may also be made by credit card via the internet at https://cedarburg.revtrak.net; credit card payments can be made in any amount and a $2.50 transaction fee will be charged per payment. Detailed instructions on how to make a payment online can be found on the Skyward Family Access information page.

The collection of lunch funds and denial of access due to non-payment, if necessary, shall be in accordance with District policy EF-A and related procedures.

School Lunch: Good for Kids and Good for Your Wallet
As the cost of just about everything continues to increase, school lunch is one meal that is still a great value, both nutritionally and economically! It remains a bargain compared to alternatives, such as bagged lunches and off-campus restaurants.


Save Money: Eat School Lunch
On average, it costs less to buy a school lunch than to bring a lunch from home. According to a meal-cost analysis, the estimated nationwide average cost of a lunch brought from home was $3.43. Based on the national average, families can save $243* a year if they choose school lunch.

*When lunch is purchased every day for a 180-day school year.
*According to a meal-cost analysis by Alice Jo Rainville, PhD, RD, CHE, SNS of Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI*