Arco Iris has continues their partnership with Fresh n' Local to provide delicious, healthy, and nutritious lunches for purchase for $4.30 per day.
To learn more about FnL you can visit their website at https://www.fnlfoods.com/.
Parents are expected to know when the student has a lunch and we only require you to pack a snack for that day. If the child does not remember, or is unsure, our system makes sure that every child that purchased a lunch receives it when they come to school. We have one(1) card per student that orders lunch on that day. Our staff puts the cards out daily of the students that eat lunch. They can be found on the wall next to the serving counter. Each student comes up, grabs the card, and exchanges that card for a lunch. Afterwards, if there are any cards left on the rack, we call out each student’s name several times to make sure they receive their lunch.
All lunch orders must be selected and pre-paid for on a monthly basis only.
Forms with lunch choices will be made available on-line, will be sent home, and emailed. It must be returned on the 15th of each month with payment***: check made out to Arco Iris Spanish Immersion School, credit or debit card, or cash – EXACT CHANGE ONLY.
We pre-pay for lunches on a monthly basis, therefore, if a student is absent and misses a lunch, we are unable to credit the student for the days they missed. Payments do not carry over to the following month. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
***The due date must fall Monday through Friday. If the 15th falls on a weekend, the due date is the Friday before.
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