The cafeteria provides students with hot meals and a supplementary program during the lunch period.
- Breakfast is served at 7:15 a.m. and must be consumed inside the cafeteria.
- Students are to dispose of their own trays in the designated receptacles after completing their meals. (food, liquid, refuseable waste is separated and used to create over 5,000 pounds of organic compost for the school's sq. foot gardens; empty cans and bottles are collected and recycled at Reynolds Recycling and the funds are donated to Project Grad. Lettuce and rice scraps from the cafeteria is used for the school's worm farms)
- The cafeteria uses the Accu-Scan Meal Tracker System. Students must have a school ID card that serves as the MealTracker card. The cafeteria will not accept cash for meal purchases.
Applications For Free & Reduced Price Meals
An application may be picked up in the Front Office. Students need to turn in a completed application every school year. There is a 30-day grace period at the start of the school year for students who had been receiving free and reduced-price meals at their previous Hawaii DOE school. New applications may take up to a week to be approved and processed.
A new web-based online application can be accessed here.
Students may put money into their meal account at the Business Office. All deposits must be made before 10:00 a.m. to be available for use at lunch that day.
2016-17 School Year Student Meal Pricing