Food and Nutrition Services
The Food and Nutrition Services Department is committed to providing our students with well-balanced nutritious meals to support student achievement. Our focus is to aid student learning by educating and serving meals that reinforce lifelong healthy lifestyles. We encourage our students to POWER-UP with school breakfast, at no charge for all students, and school lunch which provides students the energy they need to learn and grow.
Free and Reduced Price Information
CEP Schools: Students may qualify for additional programs by completing the Income Survey Form and the Meal Benefits Disclosure Form.
Non-CEP Schools: These schools will participate in the Universal Free Lunch Program Pilot. Students may qualify for additional programs by completing the Meal Benefits Application and the Meal Benefits Disclosure Form.
Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Schools
Students who attend a school that participates in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) are eligible for breakfast and lunch at no cost. Parents do not need to complete an application to qualify for meals.
Students may qualify for additional District Programs by completing the Income Survey Form along with the Meal Benefits Disclosure Form.
Universal Free Lunch Program Pilot
Students who attend a school that participates in the Universal Free Lunch Program Pilot are eligible for lunch at no cost. Universal Free Breakfast will continue for the 2023-2024 school year.
Meal Benefits applications need to be completed online for meal reimbursement and for providing opportunities for additional District Programs.
The Meal Benefits Application is located at MySchoolApps.
Students May qualify for additional District Programs by completing the Meal Benefits Application along with the Meal Benefits Disclosure Form.
Meal Benefits Disclosure
Students who qualify for Free and Reduced Price Meals are eligible for additional District programs by completing the Meal Benefits Disclosure Form.
Benefits may include tuition reductions for Before and After School Care, fee waivers for SAT/ACT/PSAT exams and college application fees, discounts on internet services, and other benefits.
Florida Senate Bill 1908 requires that all schools post a copy of the most recent kitchen sanitation inspection report on our school website. Schools receive at least two Kitchen Sanitation Inspections per year. The rating scale is Satisfactory, Incomplete and Unsatisfactory. The inspection covers food supplies, food protection, personnel, equipment, utensils, sanitary facilities, and controls, etc.
Our Cafeteria Health Inspection Reports are posted for your review. To read a report, click on the link.
Annual Sanitation Certificate