Breakfast and Lunch
Welcome to the 2022 - 2023 Centennial Elementary Breakfast and Lunch program. Centennial follows the Thompson School District Nutrition Services guidelines. We offer a healthy and nutritious breakfast and lunch to all our students.
Breakfast is served Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 7:55 am; holidays and district days off are exceptions
Please contact 613-5806 or email@example.com
Monday - FridayKindergarten10:351st Grade11:252nd Grade11:053rd Grade12:404th Grade11:505th Grade12:00
Prices2022 - 2023Breakfast PricesLunch PricesElementary StudentBreakfast: $1.75Lunch: $3.00Reduced Grades Pre K-8Breakfast: FreeLunch: FreeReduced Grades 9-12Breakfast: FreeLunch: FreeSecondary StudentBreakfast: $2.00Lunch: $3.25Adult MealBreakfast: $2.95Lunch: $3.95Milk OnlyBreakfast: $1.00Lunch: $1.00
Elementary Students are not allowed to charge more than 2 meals. Please remember to send money for their accounts on a regular basis by using www.myschoolbucks.com.
Parents are always welcome to dine with their child - please be sure to call in advance and check in at the school office.
Domino's Pizza at TSD schools!
Domino’s Smart Slice Pizza has arrived at Thompson School District! Unlike regular Domino’s Pizza, Domino’s Smart Slice Pizza is made with reduced sodium sauce, reduced fat cheese, and whole grain crust that meet The National School Lunch Program’s nutrition standards. This pizza is designed specifically for schools and cannot be purchased like a regular Domino’s pizza. We hope your student(s) enjoy it!
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