Some school lunch programs in Japan Korea and Okinawa districts are managed by The Exchange.
School Lunch Menus are located on the Exchange School Lunch Program web page.
Pacific Administrator Craig Masek
For more information on payment options pricing or nutrition visit The Exchange Lunch Program website listed above.
Lunch schedules are posted in the column to thee right.
Students eating lunch will enter the cafeteria through the entrance door then (1) get in line to buy lunch or (2) find a seat to eat their sack lunch. Students must get in line immediately if they are buying a lunch or purchasing a drink. This ensures that all students will be served a lunch before anyone is allowed to buy a second lunch. Students will treat the cafeteria personnel with respect at all times. No cutting in line is allowed. Anyone caught cutting or allowing other students to cut will be sent to the end of the line.
Once seated, students are to remain seated until they finish their lunches. Shouting, yelling, screaming, running, play-fighting, or other such activities are prohibited. Once students are finished eating, they are responsible for cleaning their area and placing all trash and lunch trays in the proper receptacles. When returning trays to the designated window, students are expected to stack the trays correctly, fitting them one on top of the other.
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