Campus Life at BBS
Nutrition and Meal Plan
Presented by Sage Dining Services
Boyd Buchanan School and Sage Dining are pleased to offer your student a community inclusive dining program. Every student will experience this exceptional dining program offered by Sage Dining.
All students enjoy their lunch in Roland Hall, and when the weather permits, students can have lunch in Phillips Courtyard.
The Boyd Buchanan lunch/dining program features quality service, an attractive variety of fresh menu offerings, and your student will progress quickly through the lunch lines. Sage Dining has put together new menus and wonderfully exciting theme meals to spice up the program at Boyd Buchanan School.
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Delicious, Nutritious, and Made-From-Scratch
An important part of Sage Dining is our on-campus sustainable gardening practice called Blue Thumb Gardens. Safe and healthy meals start with education. Our in-house chef works with our students and faculty to cultivate ingredients for healthy meals sourced from Blue Thumb Gardens, such as fresh eggs and a variety of vegetables.
Dining Plan Fee Schedule 2016-17
PreK-K $450 annually cost per meal = $2.68
Grades 1-2 $450 annually cost per meal = $2.68
Grades 3-4 $750 annually cost per meal = $4.46
Grade 5 $775 annually cost per meal = $4.61
Grades 6-8 $850 annually cost per meal = $5.06
Grades 9-12 $890 annually cost per meal = $5.30
This is all-you-can-eat and each annual price is a reduction from previous prices.
How do I pay for the dining plan?
- If you are a monthly tuition payer, which is drafted through FACTS, this can be added to your monthly draft (contact Amy Tarpley in the business office)
- You may pay through your PayNow account in RenWeb You may pay via check made out to Boyd Buchanan School
- You may pay all at once, semi-annually, or monthly
If you have questions, please contact the Business Office at 508-2212.
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