All About Lunch

The Child Nutrition Lunch Program offers food-based menu planning for grades K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 age groups. Portion sizes and recipes are designed to meet each specific group.

Food Service Managers are Michelle Gephart, VVHS at (937) 855-4116 ext. 214; Gloria Isenbletter, VVJHS at (937) 696-2591; and Melissa McIntosh, VVIS & VVPS at (937) 855-4203 ext. 230.

Breakfast Prices

  • Free – to those to qualify for our free lunch program
  • .30¢ – th those who qualify for our reduced lunch program
  • $1.75 – for all other students

Lunch Prices

  • Primary – $2.40
  • Intermediate – $2.40
  • Junior High – $2.65
  • High School – $2.65 or $3.15
  • All Buildings – .55¢ Extra Milk

EZ Pay

EZ Pay offers convenience, information, and communication for your student’s lunch needs. You can add money to a student’s account using your credit or debit card. You can also view your child’s balance and account history including items purchased. Students may also add cash or apply a check to their account with any of the building cashiers as well.

EZ Pay

National School Lunch

National School Lunch offers the following menu planning for the following age groups; K-5, 6-8, & 9-12. The menus are food-based calorie menus and the recipes are designed to meet the needs of each specific age group with over half of the grains served to be whole grain rich (Fat at least 51%
whole grain). Students must select at least ½ c. of fruit or vegetable for their tray in order for it to count as a reimbursable meal. Trans fats are monitored, as well as continued limits on saturated fat. All milk is fat-free.

  • K-8 — Students may choose two ½ c. servings of vegetables and one ½ c. servings of fruit each day.
  • 9-12 — Students may choose two ½ c. servings of vegetables and two ½ c. servings of fruit each day.

All children ages 1-18 are eligible to receive free meals during summer months at participating program sites. Individuals ages 19-21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education Programs through their current enrollment in education programs are eligible as well. An updated map of locations is available online at https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodsrock. If you have any questions please contact Michelle Gephart (937) 855-4116 ext 214.

FAQ’s

How do I open a Meal Account?

Students are assigned an ID number which they type into the keyboard in the lunch line.

How much to meals cost?

See lunch prices above.

How do I pay?

You may send in cash or a check. You can add money through EZPay. Allow 24 hours for the transaction to process.

We are leaving the school district. How do I get a refund?

Call the treasurer’s office at (937) 855-6581.

How do I apply for Free or Reduced Meals?

Students will be given an application on the first day of school, or applications are available in each school office.

If my student received free and reduced last year, do I need to reapply?

Yes, a new application must be completed each year.

My student is going on a field trip, can he/she get a sack lunch?

Yes, sack lunches are available to all students going on field trips. Students may use their lunch account (free-reduced price or full price) or send cash for the sack lunch. A sack lunch contains a sandwich, fruits, vegetables, and a juice.