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.
A lunch break period is scheduled for all students. Students will enter the cafeteria through the entrance door only. They will then get in line to buy food or sit to eat. This ensures that all students will be served a lunch before anyone is allowed to buy a second lunch. The lunch serving line will close ten minutes before the bell rings each lunch shift.
AAFES policy is that all food taken from the lunch area must be on a tray and visible, whether the items are included with a meal or not.
Cutting in line is not allowed. Anyone caught cutting or allowing other students to cut will be sent to the end of the line.
No food or drinks may be consumed outside of the cafeteria.
Once finished, students will be responsible for cleaning their area and placing all trash and lunch trays in the proper receptacles. When returning trays to the designated window, students will be expected to stack the trays correctly, fitting them one on top of the other.
Once seated, students will remain seated until they finish their lunch. There will be no table hopping, standing to eat, food throwing, or eating off of other student’s plates. It is also understood that shouting, yelling, screaming, running, play fighting, or other such activities is prohibited.
Students may go to the IC or Guidance Counselors with a pass.
Students may remain in the lunchroom seated and quietly visiting.
Students who elect an outdoor break option will then be expected to depart the cafeteria through the exit door. Civil rules of the school in the activity area will be followed and disciplinary actions will be taken when they are not followed.
Students who leave the cashier area without paying for items will be reported by AAFES to Security Forces for theft.
Students will treat the cafeteria personnel with respect at all times.