Children need healthy meals to learn, and here at MESD we offer healthy meals every school day.  
Free and reduced meal prices are also available to families that qualify. 

Please know that we will only allow elementary students to charge three meals for breakfast and lunch. After this time, we will provide them with an alternative meal until parents repay their child’s charges. We will also assess a $0.50 fee for each alternative meal. Additionally, we will not allow students to charge any meals after the second Friday in May.

Alternative Meals
Breakfast: Graham crackers and white milk
Lunch: Peanut butter sandwich and white milk

Contact Us

Sherrill Kelly

Student Nutrition Secretary
(505) 832-5838 - P
(505) 832-0811 - F
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