Welcome to St. Pius X School Nutrition Services! Our goal is to make available delicious and
nutritionally balanced meals to all students therefore promoting and enhancing student learning.
Our nutrition program is a part of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and is regulated
and supported by federal and state guidelines. These guidelines assist in allowing nutrition
programs to offer nutritionally dense foods at reasonable prices. Throughout this webpage, you
will find informational resources to help guide your family through our program.
We are very excited to be a part of the Team Nutrition network of schools! This partnership expands St. Pius X School’s health and wellness goals as well as providing our lunch program with additional fun resources to engage students and help them learn about nutrition and lifelong healthy habits.
January 4-15 January 18-29
2020-2021 School Year Pricing
Daily Student Charges:
Lunch (includes milk) $3.05
Additional Milk $0.50
Orange Juice $0.50
Grades 5th - 8th:
Entrée Seconds $2.00
Side Dish Seconds $0.60
Adult & Visitor Lunch: $3.85
Daily lunch options include Hot, Alternate and Grab-n-Go. Grab-n-Go options are offered to students in 3rd - 8th grade only. All main entrée options are served with a selection of fruit, two selections of vegetables and a choice of milk. Our program
focuses on providing fresh fruits and vegetables as well as made-from-scratch entrees intermixed with traditional school favorites.
Deposits to family lunch accounts may be made through your FACTS account or you may bring
in a check or cash to the school secretary between 7:50AM-8:00AM. FACTS does not show
current lunch account balances.
Current balances may be checked using your online lunch account through Rodlan.
Rodlan is our lunchroom-based software. Your user number and password were sent in an
email dated August 12, 2019. If you have lost or forgotten your login information or otherwise
need assistance with Rodlan please contact the food service director.
Free / Reduced Lunch Information
Families who feel they may qualify for free or reduced-price lunches may submit their applications to the Food Service Director at any time throughout the school year. Applications and information will be sent twice annually to families to help us best serve
family’s individual needs. Any family with an active application on file will not need to resubmit their information. Families who qualified via application for free/reduced last year will have 30 days into the new school year to submit a new application. Please call or email with any questions.
Negative Balance Information
At St. Pius, we are very appreciative of families staying ahead of their lunch account balances. If extenuating circumstances exist that might make paying the lunch account balance challenging, please feel free to contact us. We ask that negative balances over $15.00 do not become habitual. Thank you for helping us keep negative balances manageable.
We pride ourselves on working one-on-one with families with special dietary needs. Alternative menus and substitutions are made available for problematic foods. Please note, food allergies must be documented using the below form and on file with both the school nurse and with the food service director.
Celebration & Birthday Treats
Families can order birthday and other celebration treats through the lunch program! Our famous
cookies and other snack items can be ordered for classroom parties. We ask that you let us know
at least a week in advance so that we have time to order the ingredients for your student's celebration.
Feel free to break a dozen to match the number of students in the classroom.
The wellness committee is a fun way to create change and come up with new ideas to better our
school’s health and wellness, both inside and outside of the lunchroom. To be a part of the change
process and to be an advocate for school wellness, join the committee by contacting nutrition services.
Resources to see our current initiatives are below.
Here at St. Pius X School, we do not offer a summer feeding program, but there are many in our area.
Finding access to summer meals for your student is easy. Children who are 18 years or younger are
invited to participate. You can find summer meal sites by texting the word “Food” to 877-877,
calling 1-866-3-HUNGRY, or by visiting www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks.
"This institution is an equal opportunity provider".
Food Service Director
FACTS Contact Information:
Rodlan Contact Information:
Food Service Director