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All students are invited to eat breakfast in the cafeteria every morning.
If you are a walker you may enter the cafeteria via the outside cafeteria door at 7:55 a.m. If you are a bus rider you may come into the cafeteria straight from your bus.
Walkers who arrive before 8:10 a.m. may eat their breakfast in the cafeteria. Walkers and bus riders, who arrive after 8:10 a.m., bag their breakfast and eat it in homeroom. A full breakfast bag serves as your pass to homeroom.
Breakfast is just $1.10, $.30 for those who qualify, and free for those receiving free lunch.
Students who do not comply with breakfast rules and cafeteria behavior expectations may be denied breakfast privileges on a temporary basis or permanent basis.
STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT EATING BREAKFAST ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE CAFETERIA.
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