Frequently Asked Questions

What's for Lunch?
All our meal menus can be found online. My School Menus also has ingredient lists, carb counts and other nutritional information.

What does a meal cost?
Click here to learn  what a meal costs!

How do I add money to my student's lunch account?
The Superior School District Food Service office offers 3 ways to pay:
Online: MySchoolBucks
Food Service Office staff can take your payment by cash, check, credit or debit card, Monday-Friday from 8:00-4:00 located at 3025 Tower Ave. 
Mail: Feel free to send a check to 3025 Tower Ave. Please allow 7 days to process the payment.

How do I apply for Free and Reduced Meals?
Online! Click Here to start the application process.
What if my student has a food allergy?
If your child has an allergy of any kind that requires a special diet, then we're here to help! Click here to download a form that will allow us to cater to your child's special dietary needs. A doctor's prescription is required and must be on file with the Food Service Office for all special diets and allergies in order to facilitate menu substitutions. Download and print the form. Take the form to your physician so they can fill it out concerning your child's allergies. Make two copies. Return one copy to the Child Nutrition Department and one copy to your school nurse. To learn more about food allergies please visit

What is my student's lunch account balance?
To check your student's balance simply log into your family myschoolbucks account!
If you have a PowerSchool account, your student's balance is updated daily via the Parent Portal.

What if my student wants milk with snack?

Students in grades K-5 who wish to purchase milk for a daily snack may do so. The cost of milk is 50¢ per 8 oz. carton. This cost will be deducted from the student lunch account. If a student in Grade K-5 is determined to be eligible for Free & Reduced Price Meals, there will be no charge for snack milk. No additional application is needed.