Food Services Updates

Food Services Update 08/09/2022

The federal pandemic waivers that enabled our district to serve meals at no cost to all students have expired. Therefore, the Office of Food Services will be returning to normal/traditional operations for the 2022-2023 school year. Going back to pre-pandemic normal/traditional operations means that students will be charged for breakfast and lunch meals based on their individual eligibility (paid, reduced, free).

If your student will be attending a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school, they will be able receive breakfast and lunch meals at no cost. Please visit this site to see if you child’s school qualified as a CEP school.

If your student will be attending a non-CEP school, please ensure you complete a Free and Reduced Price Meal Application to see if your household qualifies for meal benefits. Applications can be completed online at

Should you have any questions, please feel free to call our office at 757-263-1101 or e-mail us at [email protected].

Meals Served Graph showing a steady trend from 2012 to 2019 with a drop in 2020 and 2021 and an upturn in 2022.

E-Learning Activities

For a variety of e-learning activities that children can partake in at home, such as online games, books, and nutrition education activities for children, please visit USDA Team Nutrition’s website at:

Pilot Light, The Food Education Center
Virtual Afterschool Enrichment Ideas
Afterschool Enrichment Print Materials
STEMsational Ag: The Virtual Farm

For additional e-learning opportunities, visit the Office of Food Service's YouTube playlist where our students and staff cover important topics such as kitchen and food safety, cooking lessons and more.