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Darden Middle Cafeteria
Daniels Learning Center Cafeteria
Middle & High School Cafeterias

The mission of the School Nutrition staff is to courteously serve well prepared, nutritious meals to enhance the health of the student body.

Your cafeteria manager and her staff take pride in preparing quality meals for s udents to give them energy to meet the demands of a busy school day. Have your student join the cafeteria staff in the morning - studies have shown that students who eat a balanced breakfast perform better on tests and have fewer behavioral problems which are sometimes linked with hunger.  At lunch, we offer a choice of entrees served with bread, variety of fruits and vegetables, and flavored fat-free milks.  If you have questions or concerns about your teenager's meals at school, please contact your cafeteria manager.


For the 2016-2017 school year, all elementary students (Pre-K through 5th), Darden Middle and Daniels Learning Center students will receive breakfast and lunch meals at "no cost"!

Meal Prices for 2016-2017 School Year
Paid Breakfast: $1.25
Per Week: $6.25

Reduced Breakfast: $0.30
Per Week: $1.50

Paid Lunch: $2.60 (Grades 6- 12)
Per Week: $13.00

Reduced Lunch: $0.40
Per Week: $2.00

Adult Meals: A la carte


WCS operates non-profit food service programs in 24 schools under USDA guidelines.  We employ 110 full and part-time personnel. The ONLY sources of program funding come from USDA reimbursement for student meal participation, USDA commodity foods received (about 20% of foods used}, and revenue from supplemental sales.  The WCS Child Nutrition program receives no local or state monies. 

USDA is an equal opporlunity provider and employer.



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