Cafeteria Menu

Careful consideration for proper nutrition goes into our meal planning at Nett Lake. We invite your child to take advantage of the options we have available.


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Free Lunch Program

Your child’s well-being is important to us. We are fortunate to be able to offer a free breakfast and lunch program at Nett Lake Elementary.


Food Service

Nett Lake Elementary has a food staff that aims to please students with appetizing, wholesome meals on a daily basis at no cost. We understand that a vital component to any child’s academic performance is nutritious meals, which is why our cafeteria offers both breakfast and lunch options to our students.

We serve breakfast on a daily basis at 8:00 a.m. to those students with food plans. Lunch times will vary by classroom.


Healthy Snack for Kids

The time is three o’clock in the afternoon, and suddenly your kitchen is under attack. Ravenous children are invading, hoping to indulge in something quick and tasty to curb the after-school munchies. All too often, the amount of food consumed seems more like a meal than a snack. Even more often, the amount of fat and calories consumed is off the chart.

Easy and delicious have become nutritionally empty, fat-filled, sugar loaded convenience foods. Bags of chips, cookies, granola bars, sport drinks, and microwave popcorn lead the pack. Short of padlocking all cupboards and refrigerators, parents find it difficult to avoid this feeding frenzy. Read more »


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