Dining Center & Lunch Menus
The Dining Center is open for Middle and Upper School students!
- The hours are 7:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
- Breakfast selections are offered daily from 7:00-9:45 a.m.
- Lunch is served from 11am-2pm.
The coffee bar and snack counter is open from 7:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. In addition to serving coffees and sports drinks, the counter offers healthy, delicious options like fresh cut fruit and vegetables, yogurt parfaits, sandwiches and other seasonal treats.
- About Prepaid Lunch Program and K.O.A. for 2019-2020
- What is included in the Prepaid Lunch Program?
- About SAGE Dining Services
- Plate Lunch Cost for Lower, Middle, & Upper School for 2019-2020
- What’s not included in the plate lunch price for Middle & Upper School?
- What if I don’t want a full plate lunch for Middle & Upper School?
The Kinkaid School is a cash free campus. Students make purchases in the school store and cafeteria using their student ID (Falcon cards) and the Kinkaid on Account (KOA) service. At the end of each month, all store and cafeteria charges are posted in summary to the student’s billing account. Parents, Faculty & Staff can view details of all store and cafeteria transactions after logging into the Kinkaid on Account (K.O.A.) website in the Parent Portal.
Please note that the KOA system is currently being updated. The link will be available soon.
Dates for cafeteria quarters for the 2019/20 school year are:
- Quarter 1 - Aug 21 through Oct 25
- Quarter 2 - Oct 28 through Jan 17
- Quarter 3 - Jan 21 through Mar 31
- Quarter 4 - Apr 1 through May 22
For more information email Accounting Assistant Kris Marron.
The prepaid meal plan is the exact same meal as if you were purchasing the combo, but at a reduced rate.
What IS included in the prepaid lunch plan:
- An entrée, vegetables, starch, dessert and drink.
- An entrée is defined as the hot item of the day, the sandwich station, baked potato and pasta bar, a meal from the seasoning bar (when offered), an entrée size salad, or the grill item of the day.
- Vegetable is defined as the vegetable offerings of the day, a small salad or combination of both
- A starch is defined as potatoes, rice, cous cous, mac & cheese, etc. It could also be french fries, a small bowl of pasta or a bag of chips.
- Dessert is defined as whole fresh fruit, the homemade dessert of the day, a cookie or a 3oz. cup of ice cream.
- A drink is defined as a fountain drink, a small carton of milk, a small bottle of juice or a bottle of water.
What is NOT included in your prepaid lunch plan:
- Breakfast is not included in the prepaid meal plan.
- Nothing from Falcon Fuel (coffee bar) is included in the meal plan.
- All sports drinks and bottled drinks except water, juice or ½ pint of milk
- All ice cream except the small 3oz cup of ice cream.
- Sushi is not included in the prepaid meal plan.
- Anything prepackaged (rice krispies, granola bars etc.) except for chips is not included.
- Multiple entrees like 3 hamburgers, 3 slices of pizzas or excessive portions of an entrée item. A student is allowed to have additional amounts, but extra charges will be incurred.
SAGE Dining Services chef Mark Harris is on campus every day preparing fresh, healthy meals for Kinkaid students, faculty and staff. The menu, style of service and fresh flavors are sure to please every student’s appetite.
SAGE Dining Services has been serving independent schools since 1990. Their chefs take a healthy approach to preparing the food they serve. Every dish is free of trans fats and is made from fresh ingredients.
SAGE will serve healthy made-from-scratch entrées, side dishes, soups, sandwiches and grilled items daily. All items will be available a la carte or via the plate lunch option.
More About Sage Dining Services & The Kinkaid School
Sage Dining Services has operated at Kinkaid since August 2007. Sage specializes in providing food service management to independent schools and colleges and counts Greenhill School, St. Mary's Hall, Duchesne, Awty, River Oak Baptist, and St. Francis among its Texas clients. A committee comprised of students, parents, faculty, and administrators met earlier in the summer of 2007 and unanimously selected Sage.