Pine City Public Schools Food Service
Elementary Single Lunch is $1.90
Jr./Sr. High School Single Lunch is $2.15
Adult/Guest/2nd Meal Lunch Price $3.50
2015-2016 Application for Meal Benefits
2015-2016 Instructions for Meal Benefits
Special Diet Statement Without a Disability (Form)
Special Diet Statement With a Disability (Form)
Food Service Staff Links (Requires ISD578 Login)
NNM Asian Pear Taste Testing Google Form
Pine City Schools are excited to offer parents a more convenient way to deposit funds into their family lunch accounts. Parents will now be able to add funds directly from their Wordware family site with a simple button click. Parents will no longer need to manage separate usernames and passwords for other sites to make lunch payments. Parents can determine the payment method and the amount they would like to add to their account, as well as some added functions for automatic low balance notifications and recurring payments. This easy-to-use method will make adding funds to your student’s account much easier and faster.
This solution provides:
Parent Steps to Use FEEZEE- Add Funds
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Wordware, in partnership with FEEZEE (Pine City’s online payment solution), understands you may need assistance signing onto the site or learning how to use it, and we are here to help you. If you would like to get set up, but need assistance, please contact us at the number below.
Support for the Wordware Family Site for the Pine City Public School District
844-533-3933, press 2 for Technical Support
Support Hours 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday - Friday
National School Breakfast Week is coming up: March 7-11. At PCPS, students can get a breakfast complete with fruit, 100% fruit juice, whole grains, and milk for $1.10. All kindergarten students eat free breakfast this year!
Pine City Elementary School will have several guest servers throughout the week, new menu items, small give-aways, taste testing and student voting.
Pine City High School will be offering taste testing, a new menu item and student voting.
National School Breakfast Week 2015 Highlights
Nutrition Education in the Classroom
Former Food and Nutrition Director, Abby Olson RD, and Dietetic Intern, Hannah Colby, taught several kindergarten classrooms a lesson on trying new foods through a book called "I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato" by Lauren Child. Students also gave examples of new foods they tried and liked when they thought they would not like the new food by just looking at it. Students were given samples of a dessert hummus and tried a fruit many had never tried before, a mango!!! The snacks were a big hit with the kindergarten students! Check out some photos below.
After trying the dessert hummus students were given quick surveys. They were asked whether or not they liked the dessert hummus and a whopping 95% gave a thumbs up to liking the hummus!
May 1st is School Lunch Hero Day. This is a day to recognize the kitchen staff that work hard to prepare meals for students, staff and guests everyday! Please give a big thank you today and everyday to your lunch ladies!
Check Out the TED talk below about why lunch ladies are awesome!