Do you have just one meal selection for students?
Students and Staff may choose from three meals daily: hot entrée with salad bar, deli sandwich with salad bar, or a large salad with protein (chicken taco, chicken Caesar, etc.).
Can meals be purchased “day of”?
All meals are selected “day of.” We do not require meals or milk be ordered in advance.
Who can purchase a la carte items?
All students and staff may purchase a la carte items. SoG students may purchase items after school only; SoL, SoR, and staff may purchase items for breakfast, lunch, and after school.
What meal service do you offer?
Nova offers breakfast, lunch, and an after-school service. The after-school service consists of snack type food as well as yogurt and sandwiches.
Do you accept cash payment for meals?
Unfortunately, Nova does not accept cash payment. All lunch accounts must have money deposited in them to purchase items. (It is much safer for students to not bring cash with them to school.) When your child’s balance is at or below $10.00, you will receive an email alert. Meal accounts are not permitted to go to a negative balance.
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