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Contact Us:

Name: Zetta Reicker
Title: Director, Child Nutrition and Warehouse
Phone: 925-824-1806
 
Name: Jennifer Medina
Title: Senior Department Secretary
Phone: 925-824-1808
 
Name: Janell Jayes
Title: Area Supervisor
Phone: 925-824-1809
 
Name: Mary Mathieu Ruiz
Title: Nutritionist
Phone: 925-824-1836
 
Name: Lisa White
Title: Area Supervisor
Phone: 925-824-1807
 
Department Email:
Help us achieve our goal to serve great food to students -- join our team! 

Help us achieve our goal to serve great food to students -- join our team! 

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SRVUSD's meal program will continue to provides meals to all students at no cost for the 22/23 school year.

 

Hurray! No more messy lunch boxes. No more last minute packing of lunches. Stretch your family budget farther. 
 
This program is being offered to students and school districts throughout the state of California as part of the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. Parents can save time and money, while also feeling good knowing their children will have good nutritious meals. School meals are also an opportunity for children to have a hot lunch and to try new things. 
 
Families do not need to sign up or register to receive free meals at school.  We are still encouraging families to continue to complete the Education Benefit Form (formerly Meal Application) because it could provide additional money and services for their family and the school district. Find out more here Education Benefit Form. 
 

What is served for school lunch and breakfast? 

 

  • All schools now offer breakfast at no charge. Elementary schools offer breakfast during the morning recess (except Quail Run, which offers Grab n Go to the Classroom). For Middle and High Schools, please contact the school directly to find out if breakfast is offered before school or during the morning pass period. 
  • Our lunch menu offers a variety of hot and cold entrées, along with fresh fruit, vegetables, and white milk. 
  • At Middle and High Schools, our menu features freshly prepared pizza from a local pizzeria.
  • All schools offer a daily Harvest Bar which features fresh fruit and vegetables. 
  • Kindergarten students can also have meals at no cost. Kindergarten students can eat in the cafeteria or in their classroom, but can no longer take meals home or off campus, per Federal regulations. Kindergarten students attending the after-school program, Kid’s County, will be taken through the cafeteria line with Kid’s County staff. Kinder parents should contact the Principal and/or Child Nutrition staff to find out the details for Kinder lunch pick up. 
 
Updated August 8, 2022
 
Menus are subject to change, especially due to pandemic supply shortages.
 
If you print the menu, please know it may change. The online menus are updated as soon as we are aware of the shortage, which sometimes is the day before we serve.

Menus are subject to change, especially due to pandemic supply shortages.
 
If you print the menu, please know it may change. The online menus are updated as soon as we are aware of the shortage, which sometimes is the day before we serve.