Food Service



Fife Lake Elementary (K-3)

Breakfast: Free    Lunch: Regular $2.45, Reduced $0.40

External LinkElementary Breakfast Menu
External LinkElementary Lunch Menu

Forest Area Middle/High School (4-12)

Breakfast: Free    Lunch: Regular $2.70, Reduced $0.40

External LinkMiddle/High School Breakfast Menu
External LinkMiddle/High School Lunch Menu

External LinkTutorial on using the Nutrislice menus and how to retrieve the app.

Important Links

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Apply for meal benefits for your children

PDF DocumentRequest for Special Dietary Needs Accommodations

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