Lanikai School Lunch Program


One Love Cafe


Lanikai’s School Lunch is provided by One Love Café and features natural, organic, whole-grain, and/or local offerings. A vegetarian option is available. Lunches are sold on a monthly basis, and children can sign up to get lunch everyday or M/W/F only.


Current lunch menus will be posted as they become available.

Lunch May Menu 2017 

Lunch Menu Apr 2017

Lunch Menu Mar 2017

Lunch Menu Feb 2017

Lunch Menu Jan 2017

Lunch Menu Dec 2016

Lunch Menu Nov 2016

Lunch Menu Oct 2016

Lunch Menu Sep 2016

Lunch Menu Jul/Aug 2016

Lunch Menu May 2016

Lunch Menu Apr 2016

Lunch Menu Mar 2016

Lunch Menu Feb 2016

Lunch Menu Jan 2016

Lunch Menu Dec 2015

Lunch Menu Nov 2015

Lunch Menu Oct 2015


Lunch Times:

K-3rd Grade: 11:30-11:52

4th Grade-6th Grade – 11:53-12:15



Milk (half pint of 1% white or nonfat white) is available at no additional cost for all school lunch participants.

Cold water is provided for students who do not prefer milk.

Milk (1% white or nonfat white) can be purchased separately by students who bring home lunch for $0.60/half pint.



Monthly Prices for Lunch

School Lunch Prices – full price is $5.75/meal for SY 2016-2017

School Lunch Prices – reduced price is $0.40/meal for SY 2016-2017

Milk Purchase Only Monthly Prices – $0.60/each 1/2 pint


Free and Reduced Application Information

HCNP FAQ for Meal Application

HCNP Instructions for Meal Application

HCNP Free and Reduced Price Meal Application SY2016-17


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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.