Due to nationwide supply chain challenges, we appreciate your patience as we work through food and supply shortages.
Our Child Nutrition employees work hard every day to provide students with the most nutritious meals available to fuel learning. Thank you for your continued support.
School Nutrition & Wellness
School Nutrition and Wellness strives to provide students with nutritious, well balanced meals and skills that contribute to our students' health and success in school and throughout life. These meals include breakfast and lunch and are provided at low cost or free, dependent upon the family’s income. To ensure student confidentiality, schools use electronic identification and a centralized payment system.
Since the link between nutrition, physical activity, and learning is well documented, School Nutrition and Wellness promotes the implementation of a Wellness Policy. It is our role to help students learn, establish, and maintain healthy eating and activity patterns. Additionally, staff wellness is an integral part of a healthy school environment since school staff can be daily role models for healthy behaviors.
If you have questions concerning a bill or payment, please contact:
Office of Child Nutrition, 304-267-3510 ext. 13257
Did you know? If your account balance displays in green when logged into SchoolCafe, you have a credit for your student's meals. If your account balance displays in red, you have an outstanding account balance and should contact our office to schedule a payment.
Guidelines, Standards & Pricing
Civil Rights Non-Discrimination Statement
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, and reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)
Special Medical Diets
This form must be completed at the start of each school year and each time student's diagnosis or change of treatment is indicated during the school year. Annual completion of this form by the student's medical authority ensures that current nutritional needs are being met at school.