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School Breakfast – Good for Kids and Good for Parents!

Posted: October 18, 2017

For parents with busy schedules, it can be hard to make sure that kids are eating a healthy breakfast before they go to school in the morning. Sometimes children aren’t hungry right after waking up, and it’s hard to find food they like to eat that is also healthy. Also, some kids refuse breakfast at…Read more

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New on-line payment

Posted: July 31, 2017

  The Brown County School District is pleased to introduce a new program called e~Funds for Schools. This program offers various options for parents/guardians who choose to make payments online and is extremely user friendly. Not only will you have the ability to have various school fees and lunch payments electronically withdrawn from your checking…Read more

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End of the school year

Posted: May 5, 2017

Dear Parents, The end of the school year is fast approaching and Brown County Food Service  would like to send a friendly reminder to you that all negative cafeteria dues must be paid off prior to May 12th. NO CHARGING is allowed after the 12th of May.  Please check your student’s account balance and make…Read more

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Posted: May 5, 2017

FREE SUMMER MEALS FOR ALL KIDS AND TEENS Summer should be a stress-free time full of food, friends and fun. Free summer meals can help. FREE to kids and teens age 18 and under Healthy meals based on USDA nutrition guidelines Fun, safe place for kids and teens Help families save money No application or…Read more

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Summer Meals

Posted: November 29, 2016

Summer break for many students is a time to kick back, play outside, and hang out with friends. For a significant portion of public school students in the United States, however, the end of school also brings a familiar question—what’s for lunch? During the school year, about 30.3 million children receive free or reduced-price lunches…Read more

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