Cafeteria Information 2021 – 2022
The USDA has extended the waiver to allow all students to eat a qualifying breakfast and lunch for free through June of 2022. Sheridan community schools offer healthy meals every school day that meet the Federal guidelines of the Healthy Hungry Free Kids act of 2010.
A computerized prepay/debit system is still available to allow parents/guardians to deposit funds into their students account for ala carte purchases.Online deposits may be made to www.sendmoneytoschool.com. Checks and cash are also accepted for student ala carte purchases. Elementary school money is collected in the classroom and sent to the cafeteria to be deposited. At the middle and high school money is deposited at the point of sale. Any funds left at the end of the year transfer to the following school year.
Please note that there is a charge limit at the Sheridan schools, if you do not want your child to purchase ala carte items please notify the cafeteria. For more information please review our procedures for student meal accounts found on our school website.
Our school also reviews Direct Certification and accepts Free and Reduced applications. Direct Certification is a Federal program where our student roster is matched with Federal programs. Free and Reduced applications can be found at www.lunchapp.com. If approved for Free and Reduced or Directly Certified student book fees will be waived.
Coming soon a new Meal Magic Family Portal site for student accounts and online deposits is in the works. More information to come online.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.