The diner strives to serve healthy meals to all students in the Aurora Public Schools. All questions about the Lunch Program and Lunch Accounts should be directed to our School Nutrition Director, Denise Bone, at 402-694-2844.
2019-2020 Meal Prices
|Student Breakfast: 1.60||Student Breakfast: 1.60|
|Adult Breakfast: 2.40||Adult Breakfast: 2.40|
|Student Lunch: 2.45||Student Lunch: 2.70|
|Adult/ Guest Lunch: 3.60||Adult/ Guest Lunch: 3.60|
*coming the end of July*
High School and Middle School Lunch
*coming the end of July*
Free and Reduced Lunch Online Application
Available via the Parent Portal. Same website as online meal payments.
Questions please call/ email Denise @ 402-694-2844 email@example.com
Free and Reduced Lunch Application for 2019-2020 (Printable Version)
Please print all form and return to your students school if you are not wishing to use online application process. Applications also available from your students school, in the office.
*coming in July*
Optional Forms (not updated for sy 2019-2020… yet)
Please take advantage of the variety of options to pay your student’s meal accounts.
Check or Cash
You can always bring money personally or send it with your student. Please place it in an envelope marked clearly with your student’s first and last name. Turn in deposits to the cafeteria cashier(s) or school office.
Payment Through Infinite Campus Portal
If you don’t already have a username and password for the Infinite Campus website, please contact your child’s school secretary and they will provide you with a form to complete. You will be contacted via e-mail with a username and password to set up your account.
Some of the benefits include:
- Credit Card, Debit Card, or eCheck (from bank account) payment methods
- Automatic recurring payment from selected account
- Immediate credit to students’ lunch account
- No worry of the wrong account being credited
We encourage you to use our Online Banking service. If you currently have access to Infinite Campus, you are able to make deposits at this time. Below is an explanation of how to make deposits:
- Go to https://aurorane.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/aurora.jsp
- Log onto the Infinite Campus portal using your username and password
- Click on the payments tab on the left side of the screen
- Click on the blue link named Register your credit cards and banking information
- Once you have registered a card or account, you may proceed to make a payment
- You may use multiple payment methods to add money to your child’s account!
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