Clarkdale-Jerome School is committed to the health and well-being of our students and we believe a nutritious diet helps them perform better in school. We are proud to offer breakfast and lunch service daily in our cafeteria. We use the freshest ingredients available, and offer a wide variety of choices throughout the school year.
Our 2019-20 daily meal rates are: Breakfast - $1.65 Lunch - $2.50
We encourage families to be current on their meal account balances. If your student has a negative balance account, we will provide up to three meals. We will then provide cheese sandwiches while your account is brought up-to-date.
Find our current menus at Lunch/Breakfast Menus
You can now review your student's lunch account and
make payments with our new service EZ School Pay. Just click here:
Click for the EZSchoolPay Parent User Guide
Free or Reduced Lunch Program
Your family may be eligible to receive free or reduced-price school meals supported by the National School Lunch Program. Eligibility is determined by household size and income criteria. Foster children and SNAP (food stamps), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) households all qualify regardless of income.
For more information, click here
Free/Reduced Application Parent Letter 2020-2021
To apply for free or reduced-price meals, an adult household member needs to complete an application to determine eligibility. One application should be used to list all children in the household and you must re-apply every school year
To apply for this program, download the form here
Free/Reduced Meal Application 2020-2021
Please print the Free or Reduced Lunch Application, fill it out completely with signature and bring it or mail it to the Clarkdale-Jerome School Administration Office at 1615 E. Main Street, Clarkdale, AZ 86324. This application information is completely confidential.
District Wellness Committee
The District Wellness Committee will have its annual meeting to review and make recommendations regarding the Local Wellness Policy (LWP). They will assess the LWP's alignment to federal and state guidelines and the extent to which it is carried out. If you would like to participate in the wellness committee meetings, please contact the wellness coordinator, Steve Doerksen. Wellness committee meeting dates will be posted here.
Click on the following links to access our Local Wellness Policy, the Wellness Assessment Tool and the Comparison with a Model Policy. The assessment tool and comparison to model policy have both been completed by the District Wellness Committee. Note that the adherence to policy and the carrying out of policy is still a work in progress. We expect the scores to increase as the Wellness Committee continues to address the needs of the students and staff.