National School Lunch Program
The National School Lunch Program allows schools to receive money & foods from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for each meal served. To receive the money and food schools must serve lunches meeting Federal requirements regarding nutrient content and portion sizes. A complete meal, meeting the requirements, allows a school to receive benefits and is referred to as a "reimbursable lunch"

 
What are the Goals of the National School Lunch Program? 
  • Safeguard the health & well being of the nation's child
  • Encourage domestic consumption of nutritious agricultural foods
  • Give children an understanding of the relationship between proper eating habits & good health.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
To expedite processing, the free and reduced price meal applications can be filled out on-line. Please only complete one application per household.  In order to complete the application you will have to create a user account, you also need the student ID of each student(s) in your household. For your convenience you can contact the Food Service Supervisor in order to obtain your student's ID number.  If you are unable to complete your application on line, paper applications are available at the school office. 
Food Services Office
Michele McCartney
2414 Greenville Rd NE
Cortland OH 44410
Phone: 330-637-7506
Fax: 330-637-6616
2414 Greenville Road      Cortland, Ohio 44410      PH 330-637-7506      Fax 330-637-6616
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