The Mansfield City Schools Food Service Department is comitted to providing healthy meals that adhere to the guidelines of the National School Lunch and National School Breakfast programs to all Mansfield City Schools students . Meals are planned based on the federal nutrition requirements of the 2010 Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act and provide a variety of fluid milk, meat or meat alternates, vegetables, fruits, and grains. The monthly breakfast and lunch menus can be accessed by clicking the "Breakfast Menu" or "Lunch Menu" links in the sidebar on the right.
Nationally, over 25 million students in over 90 thousand schools and agencies participate in Child Nutrition Programs, making them one of the country’s largest food service operations. Ohio’s food service programs serve over 1 million meals daily at over 4000 sites. Mansfield City Schools serves approximately 1800 breakfasts and 2700 lunches each day.
Lunch prices for the 2017-18 school year are: $2.75 for PK-6th grade students and $3.00 for 7-12th grade students. If a student has been approved for reduced-price meals, the lunch price is $0.40. Provision 2 allows all students enrolled in Mansfield City Schools to receive breakfast at no charge. Breakfast and lunch are provided in all buildings. To maintain optimal health and stay focused on school work, all students should eat both breakfast and lunch daily.
Parents/guardians are encouraged to apply for free or reduced-price meals for their students. Meal applications are available in the main office at all schools and at the Board of Education Office. In addition, the form is accessible by clicking the "Meal Application" link in the sidebar on the right.
Manager of Food Service
419-525-6400, ext. 56417
Assistant Manager of Food Service