Breakfast/Lunch MenusOPAA! provides the food service program for Platte County R-3 School District. Both OPAA and the District are committed to providing a healthy, nutritional food program for our staff and students.Director Megan Thompson can be reached at 816.858.2036 x. 2618
Item Price Breakfast $1.55 Elementary Lunch (K-5) $2.25 Middle/High Lunch (6-12) $2.35 Reduced Breakfast $0.30 Reduced Lunch $0.40 Adult Breakfast $1.85 Adult Lunch $2.50 Extra Milk $0.45
Free and Reduced MealsAny questions regarding the Free and Reduce meal program contact Debi Jurkovac 816-858-5420 ext 2130
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