Bethlehem Lutheran School has its own hot lunch food program. Nutritionally balanced meals are made fresh each day on-site. Students have a choice of a hot entree or cold sandwich. Each meal costs $2.90. This price includes a milk. The program is overseen by the Department of Public Instruction. A menu is provided to all families by the month. Money is put on to the student's account so that they do not need to carry money or tickets.
Bethlehem also takes part in the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program. Students who qualify may receive assistance in the covering of their lunch costs.
For more information of the food program please contact the cafeteria director, Amy Morrelle at 920-452-5071 or email@example.com
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