Menus and meal information
High school meals
ASD high schools offer individually priced items for breakfast and lunch. Each school also features daily specials.
Meal prices 2015-16
|Student breakfast||$2.00||Student breakfast||$2.00||Student breakfast||$2.45|
|Reduced-price breakfast||30¢||Reduced-price breakfast||30¢||Reduced-price breakfast||30¢|
|Student lunch||$3.55||Student lunch||$3.95||Student lunch||$4.40|
|Reduced-price lunch||40¢||lunch||40¢||Reduced-price lunch||40¢|
|Lactose-free milk||75¢||Lactose-free milk||75¢||Lactose-free milk||75¢|
|More information about the Free and Reduced-Price Meal Program||*See "High school meals" section above.|
|Meal pre-pay forms: Breakfast| Elementary | Middle|
Schools that serve breakfast
About the student meal program
We use student input and surveys in the development of our meal program. Positive customer service, pleasing meals, quality control, proper food safety/food handling, and overall program enhancement are our goals.
As always, we hope that you will continue to let us know the things you like about the program. We also welcome your calls at 907-348-5145 regarding various menu items or questions you have about the program in general.
Our facilities are operated in accordance with U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, which does not permit discrimination because of race, color, gender, age, disability, or national origin. More information may be obtained here or from the Office of Equal Opportunity, USDA, Washington, D.C. 20250 -Secretary of Agriculture
Free, Reduced price
Parents may apply for free and reduced price meals using our convenient online form.
Anchorage, AK 99515
ASD specific menu items
- Elementary & middle school breakfast nutritional item chart
- Elementary & middle school lunch nutritional item chart
- High school meals nutritional item chart
USDA Nutrient Database
Search for the Nutritional Analysis of any food item in the USDA's national nutrient database.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010
"Dietary Guidelines for Americans" is published jointly every 5 years by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA).
School Meals Proven a Healthy Choice
An article by the School Nutrition Association addresses eight myths about meals served through the National School Lunch Program. Read the article.