To find the breakfast and lunch menu, please select cafeteria under menu on to right corner.
Wray School District's Food Service Staff works hard to create meals for your children. On average our kitchens together serve 10,919 breakfast meals and 9,250 lunch meals per month. They keep kitchens clean and meet Food Safety standards set by the Colorado Department of Public Health.
Food Service Application
Wray School District participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs and the PK-12 Reimbursement Program offered by the State of Colorado. These programs provide reimbursement for students who qualify based on income. The Food Service Department is funded separately from the General Fund. The Wray School District General Fund receives "at risk" funding based on our percentage of students who qualify for these services. This keeps your tax dollars in the classroom and this is why we encourage everyone to participate in completing an application.
All information shared on the Free/Reduced Lunch Application is confidential and protected by law. Applications are accepted throughout the year. You may apply as your needs change.
Because the Food Service Department is separate from the General Fund, we ask that you keep your child's lunch account above zero. We have a new policy (EF-E-1) that states you may charge up to $100, and after that, if no payment is made, your child will not be able to eat school meals. If you are having difficulty paying for meals, please contact your child's teacher, principal, or the food service accountant immediately. Payment options are available and, in cases of hardship, we can help. You may check your child's lunch balance by using Powerschool.