Pre-K – 2nd Grade: 11:55 – 12:20 PM
3rd – 6th Grade: 11:25 – 11:50 AM
7th – 12th Grade: 12:45 – 1:20 PM
- Primarily, students bring packed lunches each day
- Monday’s we offer Domino’s pizza slices
- Thursday’s we offer Chick-fil-A
- Add money to a lunch account to provide your student(s) with access to: milk, cheese sticks, yogurt, sack lunches, frozen foods and Domino’s pizza slices.
Each Thursday, your student has the opportunity to enjoy a Chick-fil-A meal. There is a selection of menu items to choose from (excluding soda) so parents/students must have order forms filled out, paid for, and turned in by each Wednesday before 8:30 AM. Chick-fil-A orders cannot be processed using lunch account balances so they must be paid for separately.
What is on the menu and what is the cost?
You can view menu items and pricing by clicking here.
How do I pay for Chick-fil-A orders?
Cash or check (made out to Flint Hills Christian School).
Can I order meals further out than just the upcoming date?
Yes! You may order and pay for multiple dates at a time. For example, if you want to order for an entire month, simply fill out one sheet per student, per date. Then, add up all the totals and pay one sum at the office.
Monday is pizza day! Unlike Chick-fil-A, pizza day does not require any pre-ordering. Simply add money onto your child’s lunch account and they’re free to select what pizza they want each Monday.
How much are pizza slices?
They are $1.50 each, regardless of toppings/varieties.
How do I pay for slices?
You can pay for pizza slices by putting a balance on your child’s lunch account at our office.
Is there a limit to how many slices my students can get?
If you would like to limit your child/ren’s use of your purchased lunch card, please specify in the Lunchroom Account Use section of our online application when re-enrolling/enrolling each school year.
In order to keep our lunchroom from undergoing significant change due to COVID-19 precautions, we are strongly encouraging parents to pack a cold lunch or utilize a thermos for warm foods instead of ordering freezer foods daily. This will drastically help us manage proper distancing protocols.
Parent visitors are always welcome to sit and have lunch with their student(s). We just ask that all visitors check in and receive a badge at the front office before arriving at the lunchroom.