Lunch program at Trinity Academy
Trinity Academy, partnering with the Hudson School District, provides well-balanced, peanut-aware meals as a hot lunch option. Students also have the option to bring their lunch from home. Menus for the hot lunch items are printed and sent home monthly in students’ take home folders and posted on RenWeb. Parents are always welcome to visit and eat lunch with their children. The office or your child’s teacher must be informed by 9 a.m. if a parent will be purchasing a lunch.
- Hot Lunch: Families may set up a cafeteria account at the beginning of the school year. Lunches are automatically charged to that account when a student purchases a lunch. Account balance reminders are sent to parents/guardians when funds need to be replenished.
- Bag lunches: While we do our best to prohibit peanut and tree nut products in the lunch room some lunches brought from home may inadvertently include peanut products. Students who bring lunches from home must eat at the cold lunch table. We encourage families to pack a peanut free cold lunch whenever possible and avoid peanut butter sandwiches and other nut products. Milk can be purchased by setting up a cafeteria account at the beginning of the school year. The account will be automatically charged when a student purchases a milk. Account balance reminders are sent to parents/guardians when funds need to be replenished.
- Free and reduced: Lunches are available to those who qualify according to state guidelines. This information remains confidential.
- Trinity’s school lunch meal program is in agreement with the USDA and the Wisconsin Department of Instruction. The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.