Breakfast/Lunch Menus

Fort Benning Menus

Breakfast  Lunch

 

Fort Rucker Menus

FRES FRPS

Maxwell School Menu

Lunch Menu


Lunch Prepay

Food Service Contacts

Fort Benning:  706-545-8266

Fort Rucker: 334-255-1635 

Maxwell AFB E/MS: 334-953-4345


 

GA/AL District Child Nutrition Program

DDESS Schools participate in the federally assisted U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National School Lunch and National School Breakfast programs, School meals meet a variety of important nutrition goals and provide nutritionally balanced meals to children each school day.

The Child Nutrition Program is operated on a prepay computerized accounting system. There should not be any student borrowing. Parents/guardians are responsible for keeping accounts current.  Read more about food service accounts and payment.

Families who apply and are qualified receive free or reduced price meals.

  • See the DDESS Child Nutrition page for more information and to download the application for Free and Reduced Price Meal Benefits. 
  • Please notify the Child Nutrition Program if you have a child beginning school this year whose sibling was in the Free/Reduced Lunch Program last year.
  • Free/Reduced Lunch Applications for those children who were in the system last year must be renewed each year within the first thirty (30) calendar days of the school year. 

Burger King, McDonalds, Coke and other commercial fast foods and sodas are NOT allowed in the cafeteria/lunch room.


Fort Benning

Price of meals, including milk:

  Full Price
Reduced Price
Student Breakfast
$1.00 $0.30
Staff & Visitor Breakfast
$1.25  
Student Lunch
$2.30 $0.40
Adult Lunch
$3.75
Milk only $0.50

Fort Rucker

Charges for a meal including milk

  Full Price
Reduced Price
Breakfast $1.15 $0.30
Lunch $2.10 $0.40
Extra Milk $0.50

Parents/students/staff are not allowed to bring condiments such as ketchup, mustard, etc., to the school cafeteria during breakfast/lunch time.

Maxwell AFB E/MS pricing


Full Price
Reduced Price
Breakfast $1.15 $0.30
Lunch $2.35 $0.40
Extra Milk $0.50

Parents/students/staff are not allowed to bring condiments such as ketchup, mustard, etc., to the school cafeteria during breakfast/lunch time.

August 2, 2012 - GA/AL District Updating Meals Served in School Cafeterias.

As a part of the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) New Meal Pattern, school meals will offer foods and portion sizes recommended by the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans; and are a key component of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Most changes start this school year.

Changes include:

  • More whole grain rich-foods
  • More fruits and increased varieties of vegetables
  • Low-fat and fat-free milk choices″ Sodium reductions and trans-fats removed
  • Age-appropriate portion sizes

The New Meal Pattern raises nutrition standards in schools across the nation and is expected to play a key part of improving the health and nutrition of more than 32 million students nationwide, including the 1.59 million students statewide in Georgia.