CVSD has partnered with The Nutrition Group, a food service management company which manages the District's food service department. The Nutrition Group provides a variety of nutritious school meals to all our students. The well-being of our students is a top priority, and we believe that proper nutrition is essential for good health and readiness to learn. For more information about the Nutrition Group, click the graphic below.
MenusDetailed breakfast and lunch menus for each CVSD school are available through The Nutrition Group's program, Nutrislice. Click the graphic below to access a calendar of menus updated monthly. In the best interest of student wellness, students are required to take certain items to make up a well-balanced lunch. Click here for more information about what makes up a meal.
Cafeteria Payments Cafeteria payments can be made through SchoolCafé. Click the graphic below to access the SchoolCafé website, or download the mobile app from iTunes or GooglePlay Store.
Breakfast cost is $1.40 for all students. Lunch cost is $2.35 for Primary and Intermediate School students and $2.60 for Middle and High School students.
Free and Reduced MealsThe District offers free or reduced price meals to students who qualify under state guidelines which take family size and household income into consideration. Reduced prices are $0.40 for lunch and $0.30 for breakfast. Applications are available below or by visiting any school office. Parents may also apply online at www.schoolcafe.com.
More Information About Free and Reduced Meals
Application for Free and Reduced Meals
Instructions for Completing Free and Reduced Meals Application
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