Child Nutrition Services

WELCOME TO CHILD NUTRITION SERVICES. UNIVERSAL FREE MEALS WILL CONTINUE ON INTO THE 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR!
 

 

Pleasanton USD will continue to provide meals at no charge to students from TK to 12th grade. All students can receive one breakfast and one lunch at no charge daily. Students must provide their student ID# at the point of sale (POS) terminal at the cafeteria for a meal.

 

Additional meals are available for purchase so long as student has positive balance in their MySchoolBucks Account. Please ensure your student keeps their student ID# confidential.

 

BREAKFAST

Available at least 10 minutes before the bell at all schools.  

 

LUNCH

OFFERED DAILY: to all students, including TK & Kinders. Student ID# required

MINIMUM DAYS: sit down lunch available. Bagged meals/Grab & Go DISCONTINUED

 

Students are not required to participate in the free meal program, but if they do, the meal must include a fruit or veggie per federal guidelines. Milk is optional. 

 

Breakfast & Lunch - All meals come with an entree, fruit, vegetable, and milk

Food Allergies - Medically diagnosed disabilities related to food can be accommodated with alternate meal options. Please complete the form located on our website (see the forms section on the side panel). 

Pizza - Garlex Pizza will continued to be offered this school year!

 

If you have additional questions, we can be reached at 925.426.4417 
No application is required! But we do request families complete a meal application to support district funding and to continue to receive other benefits for your family. 
 
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.org by searching Pleasanton and Nutrition. For questions, call 925.426.4417.  
 
Child Nutrition Services: Department Website Link Here
Quick Links: Click on icons below
 
Free and Reduced Meal Application LogoSchool MenusMySchoolBucks
 
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, appreciate all food 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.
 
 

CNS DIRECTORY:

Mary Fell
Director, Child Nutrition Services