2023-2024 Meal Prices

Meal Prices

Breakfast and Lunch

Breakfast and lunch are FREE for all TCS students.

A la Carte Pricing

  • Boxed Salad $4.25

  • Fruit Parfait $2.50

  • Lunch Entrée $2.00

  • Baked Potato $1.50

  • Breakfast Entrée $1.00

  • Fruit $0.75

  • Vegetable $0.75


  • Iced Coffee $2.50

  • Gatorade, 20 oz $1.50

  • Sparkling Water, 17 oz $1.50

  • Switch, 7.5 oz $1.00

  • Minute Maid Juice, 10 oz $1.00

  • Water, 16.9 oz $1.00

  • Water, 8 oz $0.75

  • Sweet Tea $0.75

  • Juice, 6 oz $0.75

  • Milk $0.75


  • Cookie $0.50

  • Fruit Roll-Up $0.50

  • Fruit Snacks $0.50

  • Brownie $0.75

  • Chips $0.75

  • Pop Tart $0.75

  • Rice Krispy $0.75

  • Ice Cream $0.85

  • Beef Jerky $2.00


Pre-Payment Options
Online School Payments for K-12 |
K12PaymentCenter brings school lunch into the age of technology.  This site is your one-stop
shop for automated school meal account management. Using this secure site to make your payments and monitor your student’s account gives you the assurance of knowing where your money is going and how it is being spent; furthermore, using K12PaymentCenter will remove the stress that comes with making sure your student has cash for lunch.  K12PaymentCenter is an easy, secure, and convenient way to pay for lunch.
-Make meal payments on the internet using your credit card.
-Check your child’s meal account balance.
-Get low balance alerts by email.
-See what your child is buying.
K12PaymentCenter.com has also been optimized for accessing your account from your smartphone with a mobile page link.
Send Check or Cash
You can always bring money personally or send it with your student. Please place money in an envelope marked clearly with your student's name, their ID #, their teacher's name, the $ amount and the check #. Turn in prepaid deposits to the cafeteria cashier(s) or school office.
Meal Charge Policy
Meal Charge Policy Code 6220
All families are encouraged to apply for free or reduced-price meals, send a lunch from home, or provide money for student meals. Students intending to purchase meals from school should understand that is it important to have money each day or prepay money to their student’s cafeteria account. All teachers, adults, and staff are required to provide payment at the time of meal purchase and are not permitted to charge meals or a la carte items to their cafeteria accounts. The board recognizes, however, that students occasionally may forget or lose their meal money. If a student cannot pay for a meal on a particular day, the student may charge a reimbursable meal. Students may only charge up to five (5) total meals and no other a la carte items.