Breakfast and Lunch Information
What are the breakfast and lunch meal options?
What is the snack policy for students?
Can my child bring his/her own lunch?
We are a peanut and nut free school. If your child has any dietary needs please inform the main office during registration and the classroom teacher on the first day of school. Please provide any doctor’s form detailing the allergy. Our nut-free policy includes all* tree nuts. In order to ensure the safety of all children, please adhere to this school-wide policy, refraining from all nut products. Some nut alternatives are peanut butter or almond butter including sunflower seed spread (sun butter) or soy nut butter, as neither contain nuts.
For pre-packaged lunches like Lunchables, any candy, gum, or nut products must be removed prior to sending lunch to school.
*all tree nuts including peanuts, almonds, brazil nuts, cashews, chestnuts, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, and walnuts
A monthly breakfast and lunch menu will be available monthly on the school’s website:
South Loop Elementary School provides a free breakfast to all students in all grades.
Enrollment: No application or enrollment is required.
South Loop Elementary School provides a free lunch to all students in all grades.
Students can bring their own lunch. If your child forgets his/her lunch, a school lunch will be provided. Please do not drop off lunches, the office will not deliver lunches to students.
Please note our school is a candy, gum, excessive sweets, and nut-free school. Glass bottles are not allowed. To prevent sharing of unhealthy snack items, all forms of red dye chips (Flaming Hots, Takis, etc) are banned. Only healthy chips are allowed for snacks and lunch. See approved list below.
Lunch Applications: While all students receive a free lunch, it is imperative every family completes the lunch applications provided at the start of each school year. Our school receives state funding for every eligible free and reduced lunch approved family.
Family Income Information Forms [ ENGLISH
Students enrolled in the extended day program must follow the school-wide policy when bringing extra snacks- healthy snacks only (fruit cup, fruit, fruit snacks, and/or healthy bar).
Middle School Parents,
Please do not order lunch for students and have it delivered to the school. This is a serious disruption and the food order will not be accepted or delivered to your child.