Breakfast & Lunch

Breakfast & Lunch

Important Food Service News

During the last school year, children and families benefitted from no-cost school meals for all students, made possible by special permission from the United States Department of Agriculture. Unfortunately, these permissions have expired. 

The Reynoldsburg City School District and the Ohio Department of Education cannot extend the permissions for no-cost meals to students.

School Meals will still be available to all students: however, they will not be free. Households can apply for free and reduced meal benefits by visiting the Reynoldsburg City Schools District website, clicking on the 

"Free & Reduced Meals" tab and selecting the  "www.PayschoolsCentral.com" link.

Once the application has been processed an email or determination letter will be sent to the email or home address provided.

For questions or additional information, please call the Food Service Office at

614-501-1211.

BREAKFAST

Breakfast for all grades will be $1.50

Reduced breakfast price $.30

LUNCH

Elementary lunches will cost $2.75

Middle and Junior High School lunches will cost $3.25

High School lunches will cost $3.50

Reduced price for lunch $.40

        

RCS Feeds Thousands Every School Day

Reynoldsburg City School District provides high-quality learning environments to ensure each student reaches their level of success. With that in mind, the mission of the Food Service Department is to provide students and staff with meals that are nutritious, appetizing, and appealing.  
 
Meals served at all levels meet the age-appropriate  USDA nutritional requirements for a balanced meal, complying with Congress's Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act that all districts must now follow.   

IMPORTANT CHILD NUTRITION UPDATE:
Food shortages are nationwide, and our district is also experiencing unavailable items or last minute replacements.  Menus are subject to change daily.  We appreciate your patience and understanding!

WHAT'S FOR BREAKFAST?


WHAT'S FOR LUNCH?

 
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Wellness Policy

Our District has developed a Wellness Policy that is focused on improving the health of students. The policy was developed by the health and wellness advisory council.

Key Areas of our Wellness Policy
Balance is essential for any Wellness Policy.  The Key areas include:

• Nutrition Education
• Physical Activity
• Other school-based activities that are designed to promote student wellness

View Wellness Policy - pdf
 

Equal Opportunity Provider

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 
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