Student Lunch

owl.22.images School Lunch & Lunch Cards

How much is school lunch? How do I pay for my child’s hot lunch?


Lunches can be pre-paid on a monthly basis. Please make checks payable to: Haigh Elementary School. On occasion, students may forget their lunch money or lunch. In these cases, they may charge their lunch for these “emergency situations”—however, we ask that the lunch be paid for on the following day. Prices for the 2015-2016 school year are as follows:

Student Lunches:  $2.50                Milk: $.50                  Reduced: $.40


Breakfast will not be served before 8:15am or after 8:30am. Students must use the main entrance doors (next to the main entrance) to enter for breakfast. If you qualify for free and reduced meals, you also qualify for the breakfast program, with no additional paperwork. Only students that are purchasing a breakfast or qualify for a free or reduced breakfast are allowed to be in the cafeteria. All other students should not enter the building until 8:35am. We want to keep all of our students safe at Haigh and student supervision is based on the number of students that purchase or qualify for a free or reduced breakfast.

Student Breakfast:                         Full Price: $1.25                   Reduced: $.30

If you owe money on your students account: Please make checks payable to “Haigh School Kitchen”. Put your child’s name in the Memo area.

What is a lunch card? How does my child use it? How do I check the balance?
A School Lunch Card is used similar to a debit card. Money is preloaded on the card and the student can use it to make lunch purchases. You can check the balance by going to the Dearborn Schools Parent Connect website. To register and access your account, visit



1 thought on “Student Lunch”

  1. Making a lunch card can be easy for the parents to pay on a monthly basis without feeling troubled to look for changes every single day. This can allow the children to eat meals at the same time and help parents keep the monthly expenses in check.


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