Cafeteria & Menu

Jack James has a cafeteria which is open daily for all students and staff.  The Commercial Foods program provides the food and service. Students are expected to keep all open food and drinks in the cafeteria area.   Students are expected to clean up after themselves by returning dishes to their appropriate place and placing all garbage, recycling and compost in the bins provided. We encourage students not to store food or drinks in their lockers especially over a long period of time.  Students may purchase prepaid vouchers from the Business Office. We operate a ‘brown bag program’ Monday to Thursday to provide a healthy lunch for those who are in need.

Prepaid Lunches

Students may purchase prepaid vouchers from the Business Office. We operate a ‘brown bag program’ Monday to Thursday to provide a healthy l for those who are in need.

Students may use Debit, Cash or Visa to purchase a $5.00 or $10.00 lunch card from the Business Office for food purchases from Café James. Café James has an awesome menu at reasonable prices.

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