The lunch period is an important part of each student’s day. The Osprey Café is an appropriately structured learning environment. Children in grades K-4 whose parents establish a lunch account receive a 6-digit personal identification number (PIN). Kindergarten aides will bring students’ PINs to and from the cafeteria to ensure accountability. First through fourth grade students should commit their PINs to memory.
*Times may change due to HPCON measures.*
Lunch Start Times:
The Student Meal Program (SMP) for all our Korea schools is managed by The Exchange. For more information on menus, payment options, pricing, or nutrition visit The Exchange Lunch Program website:
Free and Reduced-Price meals are available to students who qualify under Federal Guidelines are also available. Please click on the appropriate link on The Exchange web page to complete the required Free & Reduced Meal Program online application which needs to be completed each school year.
If there are any questions, please contact the AAFES Pacific Administrator:
The Student Meal Program (SMP) follows U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines and regulations and our purpose is to provide wholesome, nutritious meals to children daily. DoDEA schools serve over seven million meals annually in the United States and overseas.
In the Pacific, the SMP is operated by a School Food Authority (SFA) and is responsible for following USDA regulations, guidelines, and requirements. While not the only SFA in the Pacific, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (The Exchange) is the largest provider of student meals on military installations. The Exchange also provides Free and Reduced-Price meals to students who qualify under Federal Guidelines. Additionally, in certain areas the school lunch program is run by the Navy Exchange (NEX) or Marine Corps Community Service (MCCS) . Each District in the Pacific (South, East, and West), can provide more information on eligibility for the program.
The Department of Defense Participates in the National School Lunch Program. This program is a federally subsidized program and your dependents may be eligible to receive free or reduced priced meals. Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals if your household income falls at or below the limits on the chart below (Note: Housing Allowances and COLA is NOT considered income in overseas areas).
All parents need to apply/re-apply each school year for the Free and Reduced Price Lunch Program.
Families who apply and are qualified receive free or reduced price meals.
|Full Price||Reduced Price|
|Grades Pre K - 5||$3.50||$0.40|
|Grades 6 – 12||$3.75||$0.40|
These schools will offer breakfast for students:
Korea: Osan MHS, Osan ES, Daegu ES, Daegu MHS, Humphreys ES Central, Humphreys ES West, Humphreys MS, Humphreys HS
Okinawa: Amelia Earhart IS, Ralph F. Stearley PS, Ryukyu MS, Kadena ES, Bechtel ES, Bob Hope ES, Killin ES, Zukeran ES
Japan: Zama MHS, Joan K. Mendel ES
|Breakfast Prices||Full Price||Reduced Price|
|Grades Pre K - 12||$2.00||$0.30|
Camp Zama Schools, Misawa AB Schools, Yokota AB Schools, Camp Foster Schools, Camp Kinser Schools, Camp Lester Schools, Camp McTureous Schools, Kadena AB Schools, Osan AB Schools, USAG Humphreys Schools, USAG Daegu - Camp Walker, USAG Daegu - Camp George
School Meals Program
Providing wholesome, nutritious meals to eligible students in our Department of Defense schools.