Athlos Academy St. Cloud

Food and Nutrition Services


 Free and Reduced-Priced

Lunch Application

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  Breakfast & Lunch


                        Pay for

Athlos Academy of St. Cloud is committed to providing healthy food choices to our students and maintaining high nutritional standards by offering attractive and delicious menu choices. All meals meet the nutrition requirements for the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program as defined by the USDA.

Many students are eligible for free meals. To find out if your child qualifies, please return a completed paper application to your child’s school. It takes just a few minutes to apply and only one application needs to be completed for all children (pre-k to high school) living in your household. If you have questions regarding the 2016-2017 Free and Reduced-Priced application, contact our main office at (320) 281-4430.

Free and Reduced Lunch applications will be made available just prior to the start of each school year. Families should complete an application annually and whenever significant changes in income may occur.

Students who do not return an application and/or are not eligible for free or reduced-price meals will pay $1.50 for breakfast and $2.78 for lunch. Students who qualify for reduced-price meals will receive breakfast and lunch meals at no charge.

Managing your child's lunch payments is easy and secure – deposit and manage funds by clicking on the icon above or navigating to

Health benefits are offered through the state based on Free and Reduced-Priced application qualifications. If you qualify and are interested, please refer to the following document here.

If your child has a food allergy, please complete either the Special Diet Statement For a Participant Without a Disability or the Special Diet Statement For a Participant With a Disability form and submit a copy to the main office.

Verification of allergy may be requested.

General Food/Drink Information:

  • Students are encouraged to drink plenty of water throughout the day. Water bottles with lids are welcome in our classrooms.
  • Vending machines will not be available on campus, and we will only serve foods at meet the USDA guidelines at our school.
  • Parents who choose to bring treats to class are encouraged to find healthy alternatives.