The Lunch Program
School Food and Nutrition Services manages cafeteria services for Archbishop Hannan High School. POSitiveID System in its cafeteria which provides parents the convenience of prepaying their son’s lunch purchases at whatever level they chose. The debit account provides payment for meals and/or a la carte items and increases the speed of food service to students so that they have more time to eat and converse. The FSS POSitiveID System also eliminates the overt identification of students who are eligible for free or reduced meal benefits.
Delicious and Nutritious
Lunch consists of five menu items. A child may choose to decline two of these five. The five menu items always include: meat or meat alternate, fruits or vegetables (two servings), grains or bread, and choice of skim or 1% milk in flavored or unflavored. Our lunches are specifically designed to provide one-third of the daily recommended allowances for calories, protein, iron, calcium, and vitamins A and C. All lunches meet the requirement of 30 percent or less calories from fat, 10 percent or less calories from saturated fat, when averaged over a five day time period. Please review the Nutritional Analysis link below for more information.
How to Fund Your Child’s Account
Deposits can be made into your son(s)’ account by sending in cash or check payments to the Archbishop Hannan front office. Please make checks payable to Archbishop Hannan High School Cafeteria and enclose it in a sealed envelope with the name of the student’s account that you want credited. Any deposits made before 10:00 a.m. will be credited to your account for that day’s purchases.
Online payments can be made through the School Files Online Payment System website. If this is your first time using the system, you will be required to set up a user profile/account. Click here to set up a user account.
We urge you to take full advantage of this system by placing money in your student’s account on a monthly or semester basis. You choose the amount you want to deposit. Any money not spent by the end of school will be available for your son’s use the following year.