Payment for Lunch
School lunch costs $3.25 and is provided by the Avon Community School Corporation. All students have a lunch account for the purchase of lunch and milk. Money can be deposited into this account through the Kingsway main office or online using Titan.
Orders can be placed through RenWeb or through the main school office and are due on Friday at 9:00 AM for the following week.
- Check – made out to Avon Middle School North Cafeteria or AMSN Cafeteria; please include your child/children’s name on the check. There is a $25 fee per returned check.
- Online payment – with credit or debit cards at Titan.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who do I contact if I have additional questions about my child’s meals?
You can contact Jen Billmeier, our KCS Lunch Coordinator here at the school, 317.272.2227.
2. How do I pay for meals?
There are three options to pay for meals: cash, check or online payment with credit or debit cards at Titan.
3. Will the other students know if I receive free or reduced price meals?
No. All students will come through the line, and their name will be checked off a list.
4. Who is supplying the lunch program at Kingsway Christian School?
Kingsway Christian School and Avon Community School Corporation partner to serve lunch to students. The partnership allows families to participate in the National School Lunch Program. Food is prepared by a team of foodservice professionals at a nearby Avon building and transported daily. Students have a choice of four entrees daily, and all lunches include a fruit, vegetable and milk for just $3.25.
5. How are portion sizes determined?
The government regulates the portion sizes of foods that are considered part of the reimbursable meal. The meal pattern specifies the minimum number of servings and portion sizes for each of the required components. Serving sizes are adjusted to meet the nutritional needs of students according to age. Meal prices are calculated based on the recommended serving sizes.
6. How nutritious are school meals?
Menus are planned to meet certain nutritional requirements as required by the government including calories, saturated fat, trans fat and sodium. All nutritional information is listed here.
7. What are government commodity foods? Are these items of good quality?
Commodities are food items that are purchased by the USDA and allocated to school corporations at a reduced cost depending upon availability. Commodities must meet high quality specifications as do all other food purchases. Commodity foods only contribute to about 20% of our total food purchases.