• Breakfast and Lunch

    Breakfast is served between 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
    Lunch is served starting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.(grades K-6)
    Exceptions are made if grade levels or classes are away on field trips or special events.
  • Healthy snacks may be brought to school to be eaten at first recess only; No snacks at second recess, please. We want to encourage our keiki to eat all of their nutritious lunch. Mahalo.
  • Students need to have money in their account before purchasing their meals.
    Negative balances will be receiving a phone call from our office staff.
    Prompt payment and advanced payment are greatly appreciated! Mahalo.


    All menus include a half-pint of milk
  • Student Meals

    On April 7, 2015 the Board of Education approved a change in school meal prices in accordance with a 2009 state law requiring the Hawaii State Department of Education to charge at least half the cost of preparing the meals.

    The new prices shown below will take effect on Wednesday, July 1, 2015:
    (prices are subject to change)
    Breakfast: $1.10
    Reduced price breakfast: $.30
    Second/subsequent student breakfast: $2.40


    Lunch: $2.50
    Reduced price lunch: $.40
    Second student entree: $2.00
    Second/subsequent student lunch: $5.50


    Questions? Call Glenna Owens, Director of the School Food Services Branch, at 733-8400 or Lotus Notes.

    All students eat school lunch or bring a balanced nutritious home lunch daily. Meals are to be eaten in the designated areas of the cafeteria. No food is to be taken out of the cafeteria. Students with milk related allergies will be given water instead of milk with their lunch. The school health aide will need a letter from your child's physician explaining the cause for an exception. Parents may provide a water bottle/thermos for their child in lieu of juice.

  • Adult Meals
    (prices are subject to change)
    The new prices shown below will take effect on Wednesday, July 1, 2015:

    Breakfast: $2.40


    Lunch: $5.50


    ALL MONEY TRANSACTIONS WILL BE HANDLED IN THE OFFICE. Teachers, please advise substitutes and visitors that they must pay before 9 a.m.
  • Procedures for Advanced Meal Payment
    1. All payments must be in a sealed envelope marked "advance meal payment" with student's name on the front of the envelope. (This applies to everyone with a meal account).
    2. Put the envelope(s) in the Black Box on the Left side of the counter by the half door inside the office. (lift cover and put envelope in mail slot).
    3. Teachers, please remind students/adults about putting all payments in a sealed envelope before submitting it to the office.
  • Free or Reduced Lunch -Online Application

    The Department's School Food Services Branch has a new web-based site that will provide families with the option to submit applications for Free and Reduced-Price Meal Benefits online. The online program* will walk parents and guardians through an easy step-by-step application process. Schools will continue to forward eligibility notifications to households.

    Applications are also available at our school office. Information will be kept confidential and requires a statement regarding family size and monthly or annual family income.
    * If you need the hard copy form it will be in your child's opening school packet or available at our school office in B building..
    QUICK NOTE: WE RECEIVE OUR TITLE I STATUS THROUGH OUR PERCENTAGE OF FREE/REDUCED QUALIFYING STUDENTS. THIS ALLOWS US TO HAVE ADDITIONAL FEDERAL FUNDS TO HELP OUR SCHOOL. This past year, it allowed for another teacher position, reducing class size and funded a PE Part-Time Teacher and Tutors for intervention in reading and math.
    NOTE 2: ANY HOUSEHOLDS WITH TANF RECIPIENTS RESIDING WITHIN, COVERS ALL STUDENT MEMBERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD UNDER THIS APPLICATION.

  • Student Helpers

    Students in grades 4, 5 and 6 are assigned to serve in the cafeteria. This is an opportunity for students to participate and observe the "world of work" in the school setting. A free lunch is provided to all lunch monitors. Students who serve as monitors are required to:

    • have proper footwear (closed toe shoes, non-skid soles
    • wear comfortable work clothes
    • have no open cuts and wounds
    • be free of head lice
    • exhibit proper language and etiquette

  • Cafeteria Rules of Conduct
    1. Students are to sit in their assigned seats at all times; no switching seats
    2. FIVE AND ME conversation
    3. Use indoor voices (level 2); no loud talking or yelling
    4. When lights are out - SILENCE! NO TALKING!
    5. BE KIND, BE SAFE, BE RESPONSIBLE - BE PONO!
    6. Keep area clean; pick up rubbish
    7. All food and drinks are to be consumed in the cafeteria
    8. No snacks at second recess or brought to lunch - no outside food unless home lunch prepared by parents/ʻohana
    9. Only students with passes are permitted to leave the cafeteria early
    10. Obtain permission to use the restroom from the adult supervisor
    11. Students assigned by the classroom teacher must wipe the tables before leaving
    12. Throwing food is not allowed
    13. No taking of food from othersdog
    14. No dried saimin, soda, candy, peanuts,gum and/or large snack bags
    15. No walking around
    16. No horse-playing
    17. No card playing, games, etc.
  • Offer Versus Serve Program

    Offer Versus Serve is a concept to help our school reduce plate waste and provide students the opportunity to select foods they prefer, while maintaining their consumption of a wide variety of nutritious foods.

    The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 has initiated changes to the school meal pattern requirements. A minimum ½ cup serving of fruit or vegetable must be selected to count toward a meal. Students may choose to take a minimum of three food components and a maximum of five. This includes: 1 serving of meat or meat alternate, 1 serving of bread or bread/grain alternate, 2 servings of fruit and/or vegetables (or a combination of both), and 8 ounces of milk. Students may choose to select all five items.

    Our School Food Service Manager, Ladine Wong, post signs that display the choices for the day prior to children entering the lunch line. Students are encouraged to try foods that is offered on the serving line. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) believes that if students make their own food choices, they are more likely to eat what they select.

    How Parents Can Help!
    You have the power to encourage your child(ren) to build a healthy plate at school and home.

    • Review the school menu with your kids and encourage them to try new foods, especially the healthy foods offered.
    • When your child gets home from school, ask what was served and what (s)he ate for lunch.
    • Your child picks up all of your attitudes and behaviors –including your eating habits. Eat meals with your child(ren) whenever possible. Let your child see you enjoying fruits, vegetables, and whole grains at meals and snacks.
    • Grocery shopping can teach your children about food and nutrition. Discuss where vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy and protein foods come from with your child. Help your children make healthy choices.

    Well-nourished kids are ready to learn and they do better in class. Together we can make a difference and help our keiki develop healthy habits for life. Yum!

    Want more tips?Take a look at MyPlate Parent Handouts for more interesting info!