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Attention LISD HS students: please note that all 3 lunch lines on the Raider Country Kitchen side are reimbursable. This means you can get a lunch for free or reduced price if you qualify, or for the meal deal price of $3. The Variety Line on the right hand side of the Millennium Kitchen is also a reimbursable line. The Millennium Snack Bar line is not reimbursable, meaning you must have money in your account to make a purchase from that line. We also have several breakfast meal options available every day at the Millennium Variety Line. If you get free or reduced price lunches, you qualify for free or reduced price breakfasts too! We hope everyone has a great year, and we look forward to serving you!
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