FPD's partners with SAGE Dining to provide delicious lunches for Vikings! Healthy food fuels healthy minds for exceptional classroom work and after-school activities.
Meals served are made from scratch on the day the food is served. Organic options are served as often as possible including sustainable, locally sourced food. Some from FPD’s own gardens! Food served contains no MSG, partially hydrogenated oils, or artificial trans fats. Gluten-free, allergen-free, and vegetarian options available every day.
Use the link below to view the Viking Hall’s weekly menus. Use the drop-down menu at the top to choose between the 3K–Kindergarten menu and the 1st-12th grade menu.
Parents can click on menu items to view ingredients. The menu designates Healthy Choice items with a green dot. The yellow dot items have important vitamins and minerals to supplement the green dot items. The red dot items are often very popular items but should be eaten in small portions.
Students in 3K through 12th grade can opt-in to a dining plan that includes a range of healthy meal choices and beverages. Students in 1st – 12th grade can also enjoy unlimited seconds!
Monthly Rates (billed September-May)*
- 3K – Kindergarten: $87 (resulting meal price: $4.50)
- 1st – 2nd: $99 (resulting meal price: $5.12)
- 3rd – 5th: $108 (resulting meal price: $5.59)
- 6th – 8th: $129 (resulting meal price: $7.17)
- 9th — 11th: $138 (resulting meal price: $7.53)
- 12th: $130 (resulting meal price: $7.55)
*Rates subject to change based on unexpected increases in food or labor costs, or the percentage of student participation. Parents will be given a 30-day notice of any pricing changes and can opt-out if they prefer.
If a student forgets his or her lunch or would like to purchase a daily lunch but is not on the dining plan, the prices for a daily lunch are as follows:
- 3K – Kindergarten: $8
- 1st – 2nd: $9
- 3rd —5th: $9
- 6th – 8th: $12
- 9th – 12th: $13
- Parents: $13
Chef Rick Woolfolk
Meet FPD's Executive Chef
Chef Woolfolk has over 30 years of progressive experience in foodservice. He has previously served as the food service manager at Georgia College, Gordon College, and as the Residential Dining Director at Mercer University. He has a passion for healthy food and a wonderful school lunch environment.