School Meal Options
Curbside School Meals

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Buncombe County School Nutrition is open for business! Whether learning is remote or in-person, we're committed to serving the meals that students need to be healthy, successful, and ready to learn. Here are the current school meal options in Buncombe County Schools.


 Return to Learn - Plan A - School Meal Options 
 


View a calendar of meal service options. 

Breakfast and Lunch meals are provided to all students free of charge while in school.

All students under Plan A are eligible for a two day meal kit every Friday which provides healthy meals for Saturday and Sunday. 

Virtual and Remote students have the option to pick up a hot meal daily (please contact School Nutrition manager for available pick up times) or a seven day meal kit on Wednesday's from 10:30-1:30 p.m. at their pre-ordered site location. 

Please contact your School Nutrition Manager by EMAIL or PHONE to pre-order your daily meals or meal kits for curbside pick up. 



 

Children are only eligible for one breakfast and one lunch per day.

USDA announcement regarding meal service.


Families that took part in the no-cost summer meals program will be glad to learn the program has been extended through September 30, 2021. Families are still asked to fill out a Fall 2020 Free/Reduced Meal Application  as soon as possible. You can also get a paper copy from your school or the  School Nutrition Department.

For more information regarding Free and Reduced Price Meal Applications please contact School Nutrition office at 828-255-5927 or by e-mail at nicole.rodeia@bcsemail.org. Please see below for more important information about the federal free and reduced lunch program.

The carryover period for free and reduced meals for the 2020-2021 school year is Monday, September 28th. The carryover period is the amount of time students are allowed by USDA to remain on the prior year's meal status. In order to qualify for free or reduced meals, parents must complete a new free and reduced meal application every school year.

Students attending one of the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) schools, Emma, Johnston, Woodfin and Candler are not required to complete free and reduced meal applications and will automatically receive free meals based on the school’s participation in that USDA program.

School meals will be available for all students in all school-opening scenarios, including the 100% Remote Learners and for those that register for the Virtual Academy.
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