Meals will be provided to all children (18 AND UNDER) without charge.
Adults eat for $3.50 Toddlers are free!!
WHEN: May 21-June 19, Monday – Thursday
Breakfast 8:00-8:30 am
WHERE: SEYMOUR ELEMENTARY CAFETERIA
PLEASE ENTER THROUGH THE EAST SIDE CAFETERIA DOOR
YOU WILL ENTER THROUGH THE PLAYGROUND GATE
AND THE PAVILLION. THE CAFETERIA DOOR WILL HAVE A SIGN!!
WE WILL BE CLOSED MAY 28TH FOR MEMORIAL DAY
SEYMOUR ISD CAFETERIA MENUS
PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW
MAY ELEMENTARY MENUS
MAY MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL MENUS
7:40-8:00 ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST
7:30-8:00 MIDDLE SCHOOL
7:55-8:10 HIGH SCHOOL GROUP A
8:35-8:55 HIGH SCHOOL GROUP B
LUNCH PRICES FOR A FULL MEAL
MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH-$2.75
PLEASE CLICK ABOVE LINK
PLEASE PRE PAY FOR YOUR STUDENTS MEALS AT YOUR SCHOOL OFFICE OR ONLINE!! PLEASE SEE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW!!
Seymour ISD offers mySchoolBucks, a convenient online service that allows you to securely pay for your students meals online using your credit/debit card or electronic check.
You will need your child's Cafeteria Number, not their student id. Please call your child's Cafeteria for this number.
Click on the drop down box that shows District Staff, click on Elementary if your child is in PK - 4th grade, Middle School and High School students will click on the High School tab.
- Set Up Recurring Payments
- Track & Review Meal History
- Create Low Balance Alerts
- Make Payments with the New Mobile App
- And More
Sign up now! Registering for your FREE account is easy
https://www.myschoolbucks.com | (855) 832-5226
Click the link below to get the NEW mobile app:
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