Breakfast/Lunch Menu

School Breakfast/Lunch Calendars

Click any month below to view that months school breakfast/lunch menu.

On-Line Access to Student Lunch Accounts

With Internet access to your account you will be able to check your hot lunch account balance and also see your student’s purchase history and your family deposit history. You will also receive e-mail notifications when your student’s lunch account is running low.

Go to Total K12 Access to view your students lunch account. If you have questions email me Jolene Hemann at

2016-17 Lunch Prices

Elementary - Lunch  $2.40 / Breakfast $1.00
Middle School - Lunch $2.45 / Breakfast $1.05
High School - Lunch $2.45 / Breakfast $1.05    
Adults - Lunch $3.55 / Breakfast $1.90                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Milk- $.40

Hot Lunch Deposits

Students can deposit money into their family lunch account at the Lincoln School office, the Middle School office, and the High School office until 10:00.

Option 1
Did you know that for no charge you can go on-line with your bank and have them send a check to the school through their “Bill Pay” system. You set this payment plan up with your bank and then any time you want to put money into your lunch account you go on-line to you bank website and into Bill Pay. The bank will then send a check to Osage Hot Lunch Program in the amount that you would like deposited. There is no charge for this transaction. You can also send weekly or monthly payments through bill pay. You do need to allow 4 to 5 business days for the money to be sent to the school. With our low balance e-mail notifications, you should have plenty of time to deposit money this way.

Option 2
You can also set up with your bank to automatically transfer money from your bank account to your hot lunch account on a monthly or weekly basis?  Contact your bank to get this set up. With this option, money is deposited on the same day of the month every month. You set up the date that you want the money deposited and then you don't have to do another thing all year long.

Neither of these two banking options will cost you money to set up. Using these deposit methods are simple and an easy way to ensure your student has money in their lunch account.

Option 3
You can also add money to your family lunch account that will be deposited the very same day in your student’s lunch account. For this on-line option, there is a service fee. The money will show up in the student’s lunch account instantly. PaySchools is a secure online payment processing system that lets parents pay for their hot lunch by electronic check or credit card anytime, anywhere. In order to use PaySchools to make a lunch deposit, you must go to the school web page, then Parent, then to lunch account access. Sign in and go to add money to this account through PaySchools. For problems with PaySchools call 866-729-5353.

Nutrition Food Calculator

This calculator will determine whether a food product meets the Healthy Kids Act Nutritional Content Standards for a la carte, vending, and regulated fundraising items sold to students during the school day - Click Here.

Attention High School Families

As your students go from middle school to high school they will see that the hot lunch program now offers more options. Students will be able to purchase either the regular main meal OR go through the salad bar. Along with the main meal or salad bar, we have 'a la carte items at breakfast and lunch. Students may choose the salad bar ($2.45) in place of the main meal ($2.45). Each student is offered the main meal or the salad bar, which is $2.45, or they may have the 'a la carte entrée, fruit or vegetable and a milk for ($2.45).  Everyone must have a fruit or vegetable on their tray to qualify for a meal. For the students who qualify for free or reduced (40¢) meals, they need to have money put into their accounts for any 'a la carte items. The 'a la carte items are not offered as a free or reduced meal. Students may borrow from each other for 'a la carte  items but not for a lunch.

The high school cafeteria also offers breakfast for $1.05. Students that qualify for free or reduced meals can also eat breakfast (reduced price is 30¢) in the high school cafeteria.  For breakfast we offer 5 breakfast menus each w/milk, fruit, fruit juice. The 5 breakfasts are Cereal/Tst, Granola Bar/Cereal, Bagel w/Cream Cheese, Egg/Sausage/Cheese Breakfast Sandwich,  and Muffin. We also offer 'a la carte items-milk, cereal, muffins, bagels, healthy snacks, fruit, yogurt, water, juices, and Gatorade. For dinner we offer the same 'a la carte items, without the muffins, bagels or cereal.

High school families also have the option to block their students from having 'a la carte items. Contact Mrs. Hemann at 732-5381 if you want to totally block your student from purchasing 'a la carte foods.

High School students may deposit money from 8:10-10:00 to the High School Office. Lunch money MUST be deposited before 10:00 in order for it to show up in your lunch account for that day. Any money brought in after 10:00 will be deposited the following day.

Negative Balance Policy

Osage schools are committed to providing meals to students who choose to participate in the school lunch program but also feel very strongly that there is an obligation to take care of debts in a timely manner.  There is a responsibility on the part of the students and parents/guardians to satisfy all financial obligations to the lunch program. In order to provide students and parents/guardians in the Osage School District with the best possible service, clarity, and accountability surrounding the school lunch program, the following procedures regarding student lunch account balances will be implemented August 1, 2017.

We offer e-mail access in Total K12 that allows parents to follow your child’s daily activity and family balance. We encourage you to sign up for e-mail low balance notifications with the Food Service Director at the superintendent’s office. Grades 5-12 are told about low balances at the point of sale machine (end of lunch line) along with a ring tone at $10.00 in their account.

All students must have cash in their accounts to purchase ala carte items even if they are free or reduced students. Ala carte items may not be purchased to any account with a negative balance.

Parent notifications will be sent home with elementary students when students balance is below $10.00. Note: Families with more than one student will go negative at a much faster pace.

As the negative balance gets between -$15.00 to -$19.00, the family will get a call from the Food Service Director.

She will inform the family that once a student’s account reaches $-20.00 they will receive the option meal which is a reimbursable alternative meal that meets all requirements. This student’s account will still be charged the regular meal price. This will continue until arrangements have been made with the office or until you have a positive balance.

Forms are available in the Superintendents office to file for free and reduce lunches to anyone that may be eligible.

Jolene Hemann

Food Service Director

August 2017