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Lunches and Breakfasts

High schools offer a la carte breakfast and lunch programs. All items are sold individually with daily lunch combos offered at a slightly reduced rate, starting at $3.35. Vending services offer water, juices and healthy snacks.

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The student account for parents to put money on for lunch is no longer Mylunchmoney.com.  It is now myschoolbucks.com. Parents that have existing accounts with Mylunchmoney can access their upgraded account at www.myschoolbucks.com and login using their existing Mylunchmoney email address and password.  If parents have never created an account in Mylunchmoney.com, they can create a FREE account at www.myschoolbucks.com.

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Use our Nutrislice App to view school menus on your computer, via email, or on your mobile device! Nutrislice provides detailed ingredient lists and nutritional information about school lunches and breakfasts! http://www.mychesterfieldschools.nutrislice.com/

Visit our Food and Nutritional Services site for more information and to find out about our Free or Reduced-Price Lunch program.http://mychesterfieldschools.com/food-and-nutrition-services/

New information for Classes of 2016, 2017, and 2018 regarding free and reduced lunch and breakfast
Change is coming to high school cafeterias starting Sept. 8 in Chesterfield County Public Schools. For the first time in 20 years, they will return to the federal breakfast and lunch program.
 
What does this mean for rising seniors, juniors and sophomores?
 
The biggest change will be that families with high school students have the opportunity to apply for free or reduced-price meals, based on family income. Applications will be available in mid-August. If free or reduced-price meals would help you and your family, we urge you to apply. The information is entirely confidential. Going through the cafeteria line is exactly the same for students receiving free or reduced price meals as it is for students who do not qualify for the program: There is no difference.
 
School breakfasts and lunches will continue to be great deals for families who do not qualify for free or reduced-price meals: $1.50 for breakfast and $2.75 for lunch. Breakfast includes an entrée, two fruits and milk. A full lunch includes an entrée or sandwich, one or two vegetables, one or two fruits and milk.
 
We’ll be communicating more as we get closer to the start of the 2015-16 school year.