USDA underwritten food service is available at all campuses in the Assumption system.
Parents/guardians are encouraged to check on the income limits for free/reduced lunch by contacting Joe Anne Cephas, director of food service at 715-422-0922 or .
2023-24 USDA Free and Reduced forms
Application – fill out and return to Joe Ann Cephas
Summer Meal Program Flyer 2023 Summer meals offered by WRPS.
Menus for each school can be found at the following links
It is the policy of Assumption Catholic Schools that parents/guardians prefund their lunch accounts. There is no set amount for the prefunding but it is suggested that a minimum of $50 per student be deposited. Monthly charges will be posted to the family lunch account for all meals served to the students during the preceding month. If the balance is below $20 it is requested that additional funds be deposited into the lunch account. In the event a family’s balance falls below $5 during the month a statement will be sent and additional funds should be deposited.
Families are encouraged to apply for the USDA free and reduced meal program at the beginning of the school year or when your financial situation changes. Contact the Food Service Director for an application
No student at Assumption Catholic Schools will be denied the regular breakfast or lunch service due to account status. These students will not be allowed to have seconds or extra portions.
Families who are unable to make monthly payments into the lunch account and who do not qualify for the USDA program, may apply to the Feed My Sheep fund for temporary assistance on balances in arrears – contact the Finance Office for information.
All lunch balances must be settled in full by June 1 of the current school year or arrangements made for a payment plan.
Adopted May 2023
2023 Wellness Assessment
ACS Wellness Plan
The educational institutions of the Catholic Diocese of La Crosse are subject to the limitations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1965 as amended, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination and Employment Act, the Equal Pay Act, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the American Disabilities Act, and the Wisconsin Fair Employment Practices Act, and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national original, age, disability, arrest and/or conviction record, marital status or sexual orientation, except as permitted by law. . Guidance on nondiscrimination within the Diocese of La Crosse is governed by the Code of Canon Law and may take precedence on civil nondiscrimination.
Form to file a discrimination complaint