Barren County SChools

Nutrition Services

Director, CheyAnne Fant

Accounting and Compliance, Stacy Hammer & Lisa Yarberry

202 West Washington, Glasgow, KY 42141 (270) 651-3787


All students in a BC get one breakfast, one lunch, and one CACFP SuperSnack Supper at NO CHARGE. Students must take a complete meal (including a fruit or vegetable at each meal) to get a meal at no charge. Cashiers will encourage full meals so students are not charged for a la carte items.

Additional meals or extra may be purchased with cash. Additional meals and adult meals are $3.75 for lunch and $2.75 for breakfast. A la carte prices are as follows: Juice or Milk - $0.50, Poptart/Muffin/Grain Product - $0.75, Entree Item- $2.00, Fruit or Vegetable - $0.50, Chips - $0.75, Ice Cream/Fo-Yo (where available) - $1.00 - Vending machines for drinks where allowed.

NEW MENU for 2021-22 School Year

Click on the tabs below for the various menus for each school.

Barren County Menu 2021/22

Join Us for our Walk a Mile In their Shoes - May 7, 2022

BC Reads and Feeds is non-profit program that works in conjunction with the BC Nutrition Services to provide free food for families on weekends and during the July 4 week in addition to giving away free books for children of all ages. To help us end hunger, you can participate in our walk or made a donation at the Board of Education. Please contact CheyAnne Fant for more information.

What's for Lunch?

Need special meals?

Click below to learn more.

Allergy and Special Meals Forms


Click on the slideshow below

Menu Slides for Managers 2021-22- Back up Copy

Make PAyment

Coming Soon!

BC Schools will have a new online payment system in operation in September.

Meal Charge Policy - Click here to review the meal charge and a la carte charging policy.

Wellness Resources

Kindergarten Readiness

PTA Parent Guides by grade

MyPlate Resources

Parenting Tips for behavior, communication and more

Looking for some great spaces for physical activity? Check out out playgrounds, join us for open gym opportunities, use our green space for family fun! Afterschool programs and little league programs are open to all to get some great physical activities for your student! Contact schools for more specific information.

All school gyms are open for walking clubs 30 minutes prior to the start school each day, and all afterschool programs incorporate physical activity time.

2019-20 Annual Food & Wellness Forum held Jan 14 2021

Take our Survey about our food

School Breakfast Info.pdf

How does school breakfast help families?

Fuels learning - Students can't concentrate when they are hungry!

Provides better nutrition - People who eat breakfast have higher intakes of fiber, B Vitamins, calcium, iron and other nutrients.

Saves time - school breakfast can simplify your morning routine!

School Lunch Info.pdf

Why Eat Lunch at School?

Provides a balanced meal

Helps students learn where their food comes from with Farm to School activities

Saves time (packing a lunch takes 30 hours each year)

Supports learning with healthy eating related to better academic performance