For the third year, St. Croix Prep will be preparing food on-site. With our new equipment, students will notice improved quality and expanded variety in hot-food menu offerings, while finding the same great variety and quality at our all-you-can-eat fresh fruit and salad bar.
St. Croix Prep is now using, an online menu resource called Nutrislice. Families can easily view information about what is on our school menu each day including images, nutrition and allergen information. This innovative and interactive site and mobile app will make our school menus more convenient and informative than ever before! Click here to visit the site or download the mobile app, Nutrislice, through your mobile device app store. Pick St. Croix Prep as the district (not Stillwater) to view the menus via the app.
- Monthly lunch menu. For a copy of the monthly menu, click here.
- Morning breakfast menu. For a copy of the monthly menu, click here.
- Lunch time A la Carte Menu. For a copy of the A la Carte menu, click here.
- Brine’s Market fresh sliced meats and cheeses are available on the daily deli sandwich.
- Uncrustable sandwich offered daily in the main hot lunch line with goldfish crackers, salad bar and milk. Students in grades 9 – 12 can add a cheese stick.
- Salad bar offered daily with an assortment of vegetables, legumes and fruit. Bread is also offered for students grades 9 – 12.
General Food Service Information
- Fee Pay. For instructions on how to use Fee Pay, click here.
- Food Service Program. For general information about the Food Service Program, click here.
- Negative Lunch Balance Policy. For information about the Negative Lunch Balance Policy, click here.
- Educational Benefits. For information and application for Educational Benefits, click here.
- Menu nutritional analysis available upon request.
- Wellness Policy. For a copy of St. Croix Prep’s Wellness policy, click here.
- USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
- Non-Discrimination Statement. For a copy of the USDA Non-Discrimination Statement, click here. To view the USDA website, click here.