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Smart Snacks In School

Welcome to Nutrition Services!


FREE LUNCH FOR KIDS AGES 18 years old and under. 

No Enrollment, Application or Reservation Needed.

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Comidas Gratis o Precio Reducido  

Click here   ↓  For Free & Reduced Price Meals  

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School Lunch Program to be provided by Fullerton School District

           Breakfast Flyer




A good lunch benefits a student by giving him the energy to remain alert during class time.  This is true whether the student is in elementary school, high school or college.  As long as the student avoids a heavy midday meal, which can cause lethargy and sleepiness, a healthy lunch helps maintain peak academic performance.  Make lunch even more beneficial by choosing foods based on their nutritional benefits.

Good choices for a student's lunch include raw vegetables, whole grains and lean meat or other protein sources.  Include a light ranch dressing for vegetable dipping, and fill whole grain breads with protein-packed sunbutter. Also drink plenty of water with lunch.  The National School Lunch Program bases its prescribed meals for schools on the USDA Food Plate guide.  Consulting the Food Plate guide helps inform students about the best diet, including lunches.

The vitamins and nutrients contained in many fruits and vegetables contribute to a stronger immune system, which can mean fewer days of school missed because of illness and therefore better grades.

Free Eligible Students:         NO CHARGE
Reduced-Price:                    $0.40
Full-Price:                           $2.85 (k-6th)
Junior High:                         $3.00 (7-8th)


Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

CACFP Supper Handbooks

Last Published: 08/10/2018

These resources are periodically updated to reflect changes to the Child and Adult Care Food Program
and highlight new resources available for sponsors.

State agencies that use USDA’s prototypes and templates should always verify that forms include the
current USDA Nondiscrimination Statement available here:



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