Cafeteria Information

Cafeteria Information
2017/2018

Children need nutritious meals to learn. Sheridan Community Schools offer healthy meals every school day that meet the federal guidelines of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Your student may purchase breakfast, lunch and/or healthy snacks. Sheridan schools use a computerized pre pay/debit system. The computerized system will allow parent(s)/guardian(s) and students to deposit funds in advance of use. Any funds left at the end of the year transfer to the following school year.

Each student has been assigned a meal account in which to deposit money for their purchases. Students are assigned a number to access this account.
The cafeteria staff encourages a prepayment plan. Deposits may be made online at www.sendmoneytoschool.com, checks and cash are also accepted for student food service accounts. At the elementary school, money is collected in the room and sent to the cafeteria to be deposited. At the middle and high school, money is deposited at the point of service. We encourage the use of checks as a receipt, and we ask that you please write the students name or number on the memo line.

For your convenience, meal prices for the 2017/2018 school year will be:
Student Breakfast $1.50
Adult/Visitor Breakfast $1.75
Elementary Lunch $2.35
Middle/High Lunch $2.45
Adult/Visitor Lunch $3.50

Students and parent(s)/guardian(s) are encouraged to keep track of account balances. The cafeteria staff will make every effort to inform of low or negative balances. Our recommended mode of communication is through email; therefore, please ensure the school has an updated email address on file. Please note that there is a charge limit at the Sheridan schools, and if you do not want your child to purchase extra food, please notify the cafeteria. For more information please review our Procedures for Student Meal Accounts found on our school web site.

Our school also reviews Direct Certification .This is a federal program where our student roster is matched with federal programs. If your child/children qualify, you will receive a confirmation by August 7th. If after August 7th you have not received information and wish to apply for assistance with meals and textbooks, an application will be available online after July 1st at www.lunchapp.com. You may also pick up an application in the school office, or cafeteria office. Upon request, a copy may be mailed to you. If you would like to inquire about the status of your application, you may call the cafeteria office after August 9th.
If you have any question regarding this letter, please call the cafeteria office at 317-758-4431, ext. 3460.

Food Service Contacts:
District Food Service Director and for SMS-SHS questions                                                              
317-758-4431 ext. 3460       
                                                     
Elementary Cafeteria Manager for SES questions
317-758-4491 ext. 2419

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    • Central Office

      Sheridan Community Schools
      24795 Hinesley Road
      Sheridan, IN 46069

      Dr. Doug Miller, Superintendent
      Phone: 317-758-4172
      Fax: 317-758-6248

      High School

      Sheridan High School
      24185 Hinesley Road
      Sheridan, IN 46069

      Dr. Jane Newblom, Principal
      Brian Jones, Asst. Principal
      Phone: 317 758-4431
      Fax: 317 758-2406
    • Middle School

      Sheridan Middle School
      3030 West 246th Street
      Sheridan, IN 46069

      Dr. Jane Newblom, Principal
      Kent Davis, Asst. Principal
      Phone: 317 758-6780
      Fax: 317 758-2435

      Elementary

      Sheridan Elementary School
      24795 Hinesley Road
      Sheridan, IN 46069

      Dean Welbaum, Principal
      Valerie Roberts, Asst. Principal
      Phone: 317 758-4491
      Fax: 317 758-2409
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