Meal Prices for 2021-2022

  • CCA CSD is able to provide FREE meals to all students for the 21-22 school year. USDA has approved Nationwide waivers for the 21-22 school year that allow all students to have breakfast and lunch at no charge.  Second meals will be charged the adult price.

    The summer Grab and Go Meals ended August 4, 2021, however Grab and Go Meals can be provided for students who are participating in an online learning program or in quarantine. Contact Debbie Klein at or 319-828-4510 for assistance.

2019-2020 Meal Prices


  • A la carte purchases are not included in any free meal program. Milk is an a la carte item if purchased separate from a meal. The cost of a milk is $.35 for all students regardless of their eligibility for free or reduced meals. Middle and High School students are offered a variety of  “a la carte” items for breakfast and lunch. These items are available and priced the same for all students. If a student is eligible for free or reduced meals and would like to purchase a la carte items, money may be deposited in their meal account to cover these purchases. A la carte items meet Smart Snack requirements.

Negative Meal Balance

  • The school district will make reasonable efforts to notify families when meal account balances are low.  Additionally, the school district will make reasonable efforts to collect unpaid meal charges classified as delinquent debt. The school district will coordinate communications with families to resolve the matter of unpaid charges. Families will be notified of an outstanding negative balance once the negative balance reaches below zero. Families will be notified by email notices and/or weekly paper notices sent home with students that are sent when balances are $10.00 or below until the meal account receives funds $10.00. Negative balance of more than -$10.00, not paid prior to the end of the school year will be turned over to the superintendent or superintendent’s designee for collection. Options may include: collection agencies, small claims court, or any other legal method permitted by law.

Vending Machines

  • Middle and High School students have option for vending machine and a la carte purchases. Prices are posted on the vending machine and cafeterias accordingly. Funds must me in the student's meal account in order to make purchases. The vending machines reflect the guidelines in the Wellness policy 507.9.

Meal Payment System

  • One time payments and/or recurring payments can be made through  InTouch Receipting, the online payment system, or given to the building secretary. Recurring payments can be set for weekly, bi-weekly, etc. Follow the instructions through InTouch.
    Parents or Guardians can access InTouch Receipting by using their PowerSchool Parent username and password. 
    For assistance accessing this system or for questions, please contact the building secretary.