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Breakfast and lunch offered at all Hernando County schools

BROOKSVILLE — The Food and Nutrition Department offers breakfast and lunch at all schools.

The regular cost for breakfast is $1 for elementary students and $1.25 for secondary students; the cost for lunch is $1.70 for elementary and $2 for secondary students. The cost is 30 cents for breakfast and 40 cents for lunch for all students who receive reduce-cost meals.

Menus can be downloaded from each school's Edline page under "Links" or by visiting

Parents can set up lunch accounts for their students. Access to online accounts is available at The website allows parents to deposit funds and maintain their students' school-time budget and spending. Parents can set daily and weekly spending limits and view student meal purchases.

E-mail reminders are sent out for low balances. Payments can be made securely through the website, or made directly to the school. Balances carry to the next school year.

Call the Food and Nutrition Department at (352) 797-7028.

Breakfast and lunch offered at all Hernando County schools 07/30/11 [Last modified: Saturday, July 30, 2011 12:11pm]
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