Menus

The District will not be able to accept checks for meal payments starting April 17, 2017 and will not allow meal charges starting May 1st, 2017 for the remainder of the 2016-2017 School Year

Payments will be accepted in cash only at the buildings.

Online payments will still be accepted at MSB_Button

School Menus & Info

Webb City R-7 School District strives to prepare high quality meal for our students while keeping the prices to an affordable cost. There is a lot of thought and hard work that go into the menus to keep the food tasty while meeting the requirements of the USDA's Healthy, Hungry-Free Kids Act of 2010 guidelines. For more information on these guidelines please visit the USDA website.
To view the School Lunch Menu please click on the provided link:

K-12 Breakfast Menu is OVS (Offer verses Serve). This means students have a variety of items offered to them and they can create their own meal. All students are offered a minimum of 4 items. Items are meat/meat alternative, grain, fruit(up to a cup) and milk. (2 to 3 varieties of milk are offered daily) There are a variety of choices offered for each meal component. For a tray to qualify as a complete tray, students must choose at least 3 of the 4 items offered. Students must take a minimum of 1/2 cup serving of fruit to qualify as a complete tray. Students are allowed to take all 4 items for the same meal cost. All students regardless of meal status are offered the same menu items and are required to follow the same guidelines.

K-12 Breakfast

Elementary Menu-K-6: Elementary students are offered one meal choice daily for lunch. At lunch students have the option to decline one vegetable and their milk. All trays contain the five meal components that are required under the USDA guidelines: meat/meat alternative, grain, vegetable, fruit and milk. (2 to 3 varieties of milk are offered daily) Elementary students are allowed 5 meal charges.

K-6 Lunch

Middle School students are offered one meal choice daily for lunch. At lunch students have the option to decline one vegetable and their milk. All trays contain the five meal components that are required under the USDA guidelines: meat/meat alternative, grain, vegetable, fruit and milk. (2 to 3 varieties of milk are offered daily) Elementary students are allowed 5 meal charges.

 Jr. High offers students three meal choices daily for lunch. At lunch students have the option to decline one vegetable and their milk. All trays contain the five meal components that are required under the USDA guidelines: meat/meat alternative, grain, vegetable, fruit and milk. (2 to 3 varieties of milk are offered daily). Jr. High Students are allowed 1 meal charge. There are vending machines available during the lunch periods with a variety of beverages and snack items for student to choose from. Students must have cash for these items. Machines except change and one dollar bills. We do not offer candy bars or soda in our machines.

Jr. High Lunch page 1

Jr. High Lunch Page 2

High School Menu: High School is an OVS (Offer verses Serve) School. This means students have a variety of items offered to them and they can create their own meal. All students are offered a minimum of five meal components. meat/meat alternative, grain, vegetable(up to a cup), fruit(up to a cup) and milk. (2 to 3 varieties of milk are offered daily) There are a variety of choices offered for each meal component. For a tray to qualify as a complete tray, students must choose at least 3 of the 5 meal components offered with one of the components being the required component of a minimum 1/2 cup serving of vegetable or fruit. Students are allowed to take all 5 components for the same meal cost. All students regardless of meal status are offered the same menu items and are required to follow the same guidelines. If students do not take the required components all items will be charged at an alacarte price if the item meets smart snack guidelines. There are extra items offered that students can get with a meal that does not cost extra. These items are clearly marked. We also have a 3 door cooler that student are allowed to purchase larger size beverages at an additional cost regardless of meal status. Prices range from $1.00 to $1.50. These items can be deducted from the students meal account if the funds are available. Student are also allowed to purchase additional menu items after the complete meal is chosen at an additional alacarte price if the item meets the smart snack guidelines. Example extra meat and grain, milk or side. Prices vary on these items. These are also allowed to be deducted from the student accounts if the funds are available. High School does not allow for any meal charges. Also available to the students during lunch are vending machines that have a variety of different choices. Student must bring cash for these items. Machines except change and 1 dollar bills. We do not offer candy bars or soda in our machines.

HS Lunch page 1

HS Lunch page 2

If you have any questions regarding school menus please contact the Webb City Food Service Department at 417-673-6009