Child Nutrition Services

NEWS:
 
Our meal pick-up locations will be closed for Spring Break from April 2nd - April 11th.
 
We will be offering a 7-day meal pick-up on April 5th at Amador Valley HS from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. We request families pre-register. Register here. 
 
Looking for the March menu? It can be found HERE
 
Interested in participating our new Supper Program? Register here!
 
If you have additional questions, we can be reached at 925.426.4417
 
We are thrilled to announce that our drive-thru meal service is FREE for all of our students for the entire 20/21 school year! Our meal service is open to the community, meals can be picked up for children under the age of 18 (they do not need to attend PUSD). There is no application or income qualification required, meals are free for all children under the age of 18! We look forward to serving you!
 
Our free meal service will continue even when students are back on campus. There is no charge for breakfast or lunch for the remainder of the 2020 - 2021 school year. 
 
Interested in joining our team?! 
We are hiring! If you or someone you know might be interested in joining the CNS team, check out our posting on EdJoin by searching “Pleasanton and Nutrition”  For questions, call 925.426.4417.  
 
 

CNS INFORMATION:

The Pleasanton Unified School District’s Child Nutrition Services department is committed to enhancing the learning environment by providing a variety of foods that support healthy eating habits, positive adult/student interaction, and fast service. We are proponents of a balanced approach to healthy diets for children which appreciates all foods in moderation while recognizing nutrition education, physical activity and parental support through modeling as crucial components for our children’s health now and in the future.
 
Department Quick Links - CLICK ON PICTURES BELOW
 
Free and Reduced Meal Application Logo
 
School Menus
 
MySchoolBucks
 
 
 

CNS DIRECTORY:

Mary Fell
Director, Child Nutrition Services
 
Kelsey Perusse
Coordinator, Child Nutrition