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FIllmore Central Public Schools is an equal opportunity provider.

 

Meal Prices

    Breakfast:$1.50 (all)

    Elementary Lunch: $2.50

    Middle School Lunch: $2.85

    High School Lunch: $2.85

  • Adult Lunch: $3.35
  • Salad Bar at High School and Middle School every day.
  • All schools serve fruit, vegetables, and milk daily.
  • Cereal, fruit, juice, yogurt, and milk served daily at all schools for breakfast

Fillmore Central Beef Boosters

    A beef booster club has been formed to assist the Fillmore Central Hot Lunch Program. The club is seeking to provide high-quality, good tasting Nebraska raised beef that students will enjoy for lunch. Students will have the opportunity to learn more about nutrition and lifelong healthy eating habits. Students will also gain an understanding of the importance of animal and crop production in Nebraska and throughout the globe.

    The Booster Club is currently accepting monetary donations. Monetary donations can be made to the Fillmore County Foundation in the name of the Fillmore Central Beef Boosters. All monetary donations are tax deductible. Checks can be mailed to Fillmore Central Beef Boosters, 1320 Road J, Geneva, Nebraska 68361. All contributions are 100% deductible.

    For more information you can contact Joe Birky, PJ O’Connor, Don Jividen, Bob Engle, Brian Mumm, or Micky Tatro. Click here to view the brochure.