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Catered Lunch

Union Academy does not currently have a traditional cafeteria. The school provides catered lunch from a different vendor each day. The menu is set up on an a la carte format, enabling you to order as much or as little as you need, and it will basically stay the same each week. Some items are available on a daily basis, such as chips, drinks, and ice cream. These items can be purchased online each month or on a cash basis during your child’s lunch period. The school nurses and food services staff have teamed up to provide you with nutrition facts for the food we serve at Union Academy. We hope this will help you make healthy choices for your students, and begin teaching them the importance of good nutrition. Click the link to the right to read more.

Ordering Lunch:

Click Here for our lunch system. Note: The only accepted payment is credit/debit card.

New Users: The password to create an account is UA1. A one-time registration fee of $5.00 (charged annually) will be applied to your first order.

Catered Lunch Staff:

Lower Campus: Karen Little
Upper Campus: Patric Malone
If you are able to volunteer during the hours of 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. to help serve meals, please contact a member of the catered lunch staff. This is a great way to complete your volunteer hours!

Tips for the new system:

  • Children must bring their ID card every day to lunch. If a child loses his/her card, a new one must be purchased at the cost of $5.00 for each new card. 
  • Leaving items in your cart without payment will NOT submit the order. Your child will not receive lunch until you have paid for items in your cart with a credit/debit card.
  • Note any field trips before you order. Be sure to check the red (!) on days for special information about field trips or off campus events that may affect your child(ren)'s lunch that day.
  • We have combined the Hot Lunch/Sides and Drinks to improve your ordering experience. You can now see all items available to order that day on one screen. Enjoy!
  • Ice cream will only be available through purchasing an ice cream card in the lunch program or by paying cash at lunch time. There is no longer an option to purchase individual ice cream each day.

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