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(L-R) Julie Behnke (Food Service Director), Liz Mattison, Amy Shaw, Tina Hirte, Christine Greenwood, Carol Christensen

Breakfast is served daily from 7:30 AM until 8:15 AM. and consists of a choice of two cereals, oatmeal, fruit, milk, juice, and one of the following (offered at different times): toast, french toast, cheese omelets, scrambled eggs, boiled eggs, yogurt, muffins, pancakes, breakfast burrito, or ham & cheese sandwich.  With the very reasonable price of $1.30 for full price or $.30 for  reduced, it’s hard to feed your child at home for less!

Lunch is served at 10:55 AM to 11:20 AM for 4K-1st, 11:00 AM to 11:20 AM 2nd - 3rd, 12:10 PM to 12:30 PM 4th-6th grades. Student 7th -12th grade lunch schedule is as follows: Monday: 11:21 AM -11:51 AM, Tuesday and  Wednesday 11:38 AM - 12:08 PM and Thursday and Friday 11:25 AM - 11:55 AM.   Students have their choice of two meals daily on two separate serving lines. Students pick the line with the meal of their choice. All meals are made from scratch with the exception of pizza and some patties. Homemade bread or buns are served with most meals, with butter and peanut butter available. (Bread not available with every meal).  Fresh or canned fruit and vegetables are served every day with one baked dessert a week. All meals are served with ½ pint of milk,(skim white, 1% white, or skim chocolate). 

Visit your cafeteria! It’s fun to have breakfast or lunch with your children. You’re always welcome to join us. Be sure to check with the District office to find out about security procedures and to purchase a meal ticket. 

Julie Behnke, Food Service Director, can be reached  at 715-856-5151 ext. 314. E-mail


Parents and Students,


Welcome Back! Hope everyone had a great summer. We again had Summer Food Service which was timed along with Summer School. Thank you, to all who participated in our program.  Now that summer is nearing the end and we are preparing for another year full of fun, friends and learning.  We hope everyone participates in our National School Lunch and Breakfast Program.


Breakfast is served every day from 7:30 am to 8:20 am. This program requires us to serve students a healthy nutritious breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day: we all need to fuel our bodies to start the day off right. Our breakfast can help ease the stress of trying to feed your children before they leave for school by saving you time. It is also an affordable meal. We offer a variety of breakfast foods such as: cold cereals, oatmeal, muffins, boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, toast pancakes, French toast, breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches, cheese, and breakfast meat. Fruit, juice and milk are served with every breakfast.


Lunch is served different times per age group.  Our lunch periods start at 10:55 am daily and our last group is served at 12:10 pm. We offer students two choices most days which enables students to have a personal choice. We participate in the “offer vs serve” method.  This means we offer five different food groups and students are required to choose at least three of the five. This method is helpful to reduce food waste. Under USDA laws students are required to take a fruit or vegetable choice. Is it helpful to go over the menu with you child and help them decide which meals are suited for them. The menus are available on the school website at or in the school’s offices. Also menus are sent home bi-monthly with elementary students throughout the school year.

Please notify me and the school nurse if there are any allergies your child may have. If there are any questions or concerns involving the food service program, please feel free to contact me at (715) 856-5151 ext. 314 or email me at  We encourage you to visit the school cafeteria! You are always welcome to join us to have lunch with your student. Meal tickets can be purchased at the District Office.


Thank you!


Julie Behnke

Food Service Director

Lunch Menu

Non-Discrimination Statement

 “In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.


To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC  20250-9410 or call (800)795-3272 (voice) or (202)720-6382 (TTY).  USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

Breakfast :    Student (full price)= $1.30 Students (reduced)=$.30 Adults= $1.60

Lunch:  Students EC-grade 6 (full price)= $2.6Students (7-12 full price)= $2.75   Students K-12 (reduced price)= $.40   Students (7-12 double lunch)= $2.60                

 Adults=$4.00 Additional milk=$.30                                                             

Please review the meal application carefully available in the district, jr/sr high and elementary offices. Much of our school funding is based on the number of students qualifying. Students on free and reduced charges really help out the School District of Wausaukee because of our reimbursement and funding rates from the state.