Food Services

Susan SommersDirector of Food Services, 619-448-0800

The Food Service department for Mascoutah School District serves breakfast and lunch to students at all buildings. All meals are prepared on site. 
Àla carte options are also available at Mascoutah High School and Mascoutah Middle School.

Breakfast Times 2018-2019

  • High School7:25-7:50am
  • Middle School7:50-8:10am
  • Mascoutah Elementary8:00-8:20am
  • Scott Elementary8:00-8:20am
  • Wingate Elementary8:00-8:20am

Lunch Times 2018-2019
Varies by school. Please contact your school for more details.

Cost of Meals 2018-2019

  • $1.45 Breakfast grades K-5
  • $1.55 Breakfast grades 6-12
  • $2.45 Lunch Elementary School
  • $2.55 Lunch Middle School
  • $2.55 Lunch High School
  • $0.50 Milk all schools

Free and Reduced Meals Program
Free and reduced price meals are available to those students who qualify. Meal program application forms may be obtained from the school offices.

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