• Food Service



    Link to Menus Breakfast/Lunch Menus

     
    Southwest Food Excellence provides the food service program for Platte County R-3 School District. Both Southwest Food Excellence and the District are committed to providing a healthy, nutritional food program for our staff and students.
     
    Our food service provider can be reached at 816.858.2036 x. 2619.
  • Breakfast/Lunch Prices                                                                              

    Item Price
    Breakfast $1.70
    Elementary Lunch (K-5) $2.50
    Middle/High Lunch (6-12) $2.60
    Reduced Breakfast $0.30
    Reduced Lunch $0.40
    Adult Breakfast $2.30
    Adult Lunch $3.25
    Extra Milk $0.45
     
    For information regarding outstanding account procedures click here.
     

    Online Meal Payments

    Parents can deposit money for meal transactions through K12PaymentCenter. Parents can access K12PaymentCenter via this link or via the links icon on Parent Portal. In addition to allowing for better and faster service to students during meal times at school, the online portion of the new system provides a much-needed update to District tools. Transactions up to $100 will receive a flat transaction fee of $1.95; transactions above $100 will receive a transaction fee of 2.99% of the total.
     
    Parents can still deposit money for meal transactions by sending payment via check or cash to their child's school.
     

    Free and Reduced Meals

    Click here for information on Free and Reduced Meals. If you have any questions regarding the Free and Reduced meal program, contact Debi Jurkovac 816-858-5420 x. 2130. 
     
     
     

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