Food services



All students, regardless of their family's income or school of attendance, have the option to eat school meals free of charge. This means families do not need to complete a meal application this year. 

For the 2021-22 school year, students will have access to 17 nutritious meals per week -- breakfast, lunch and supper Monday-Friday, plus lunch for the two weekend days.

  • Breakfast
    Breakfast before school starts as students enter campus from carts at the school entrances, or offering breakfast in take-home meal bags as students depart for the day intended to be saved for breakfast the next morning before arriving at school.
  • Lunch
    - Ready-to-eat, hot lunch will be available for all students free of charge.
    - Students will pick up their meals in the cafeteria or café cart on campus to pick up a meal.
    - A la carte snack items may also be available for sale at participating middle and high schools.
  • Supper
    - Ready-to-eat supper will be available for students participating in PrimeTime after school programs.
    - Supper will be offered to all other students in take-home meal bags as students depart for the day.
  • Take-home meal bags
    - Take-home meal bags should be distributed to students as they depart for the day.
    - These take-home meal bags will include breakfast for the next day (if not offered before school or during nutrition break), evening meals, and meals for the weekend.
  • Extra fresh produce
    Extra fresh produce, 
    grocery items or shelf-stable foods are available on a rotating basis at the curbside meal pick-up sites. Please note that these extra grocery items are limited, so families are encouraged to arrive during the early portion of the food distribution window.
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