The International Academy of Smyrna is proud to partner SLA Management to provide our students with delicious and nutritious meal options. Breakfast is served Monday through Friday from 7:10AM to 7:30AM. Lunch is served Monday through Friday from 10:30AM to 1:15PM. Students may bring in lunch from home or purchase the school lunch.
SLA serves private and charter schools throughout the US and is dedicated to providing students the best 30 minutes of their day: offering healthy, delicious meal options, served in a friendly positive dining environment.
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Payment may be made at IAS by cash, money order or check. You may pay online through SLA by visiting http://www.slalunch.com
Free and Reduced Meal Program
You must complete new Free/Reduced Eligibility application each year. Applications will be available in late July and may be submitted any time during the school year.
IAS participates in the federal free and reduced price meal program. Students from households with incomes at or below certain eligibility levels can qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Also, students from households receiving food stamps or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits are eligible for free meals.
Lunches from Home
When packing a lunch, water, milk or 100% fruit juices are recommended. Soda is not encouraged. Please provide lunches that do not need to be heated as this poses a liability for the school. Students may purchase milk or juice for $0.50 when packing a lunch from home.
Parents are welcome to have lunch with their child(ren).
For questions regarding the meal program, please contact Michelle Watley , Accounts Payable Specialist, 678-370-0980, Option 2.
Website to Learn About Food Recalls
The best way for anyone to get email notifications of all food recalls is by signing up for free email updates from www.recalls.gov. This is a one-stop shop for U.S. Government recalls. We encourage everyone who needs recall information to sign up today! It’s easy. Follow these few steps and you will receive an instant acknowledgement of your subscription from the Dept. of Health and Human Services:
1. Log on to www.recalls.gov
2. Click on the Food tab at the top.
3. Click on “Sign Up for Free Recall Updates by E-Mail” (in red toward top of page)
4. This takes you to the Dept. of Health and Human Services signup page, where you will:
- Enter your email address and confirm same; and
- Check the box titled FoodSafety.gov Recalls and Alerts under the FoodSafety.gov Updates section.