Food and Nutrition Services
In order to simplify students picking up their meals, we encourage parents to set up a secure online account to manage student meals at www.myschoolbucks.com.
Note: www.myschoolbucks.com charges a $1.95 service fee for each payment transaction.
"The heart of the school beats in the kitchen, where education, nutrition, and customer service unite to enhance and inspire our future leaders — our children."
APS Food and Nutrition Services provides healthy school breakfasts, lunches, and snacks to students. We provide nutrition education and work with children who have special nutrition needs.
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The food service program, as an extension of the educational programs of the schools, is operated under the federally-funded National School Lunch Act and Child Nutrition Act, and the National School Breakfast Act.
Some families may be eligible for assistance in paying for student meals.
Just by completing your meal eligibility program application, you and your school may be eligible for special programs and funding. The Online application is designed to work with IE or Safari.
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Our vision is a partnership among students, staff, school, family, and the community in offering access to and providing attractively presented nutritious meals at the lowest possible price.
The goal of the department is to maintain high standards and accountability, while consistently exceeding the expectations of our families.
Good nutrition is key to a healthful life. Studies show that students who are well nourished have increased attendance, better grades, and are able to concentrate and perform at higher standards.
Food and Nutrition Services News
July 8, 2016
June 10, 2016
74 of APS schools qualify for the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and will take effect school year 2015 – 2016. CEP allows school districts in high poverty areas to provide meals at no charge to all students in schools that qualify.
August 27, 2014