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Food Service

  

Good Nutrition is important for learning.  Fairfield Community Schools Food Service Department is committed to providing healthy options for our students.  All meals, foods and beverages sold at our schools to students meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines.

Breakfast and Lunch 

Breakfast is served daily at all schools just before the school day begins.  All students have access to breakfast meals, and students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch are automatically eligible for free or reduced.  

Breakfast menus are available on the right side of this page. 

Lunch menus are available on the right side of this page. 

Breakfast and lunch prices along with other information  

Understanding the Lunch Line: A Parent's Guide 

Understanding the Lunch Line:  Fairfield Junior Senior High

 

Free & Reduced Applications

Families who meet qualifying income thresholds may apply for free or reduced lunch and breakfast benefits and textbook assistance. If you have questions, please contact Vickie Richardson: vrichardson@fairfield.k12.in.us

English Free & Reduced Application with Parent Letter

Application in Spanish for free & reduced price school meals and letter to parents

Serving Students with Special Dietary Needs

The Nutrition Service staff at Fairfield Community Schools is committed to serving healthy and nutritious foods for all students. If a student has a special dietary need, we will provide alternate foods if requested with a physician signed completed Medical Statement (see link below) along with a specific food plan submitted to the school nurse. For more information, please read the "Guidelines for Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs" below.

If your student has a special dietary need, please complete Part 1 of the Medical Statement form below and have a recognized medical authority complete Part 2 and return to the school nurse. No substitutions can be made without the completed form signed by a recognized medical authority on file with a specific food plan.

A recognized medical authority includes: M.D., N.P., or P.A. with prescriptive authority.

Guidelines for Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs

Medical Form for Children with Special Dietary Needs

Wellness

FCS School Board of Trustees Policy -- 8510 - Wellness

Mealtime Online

MealTime Online is the gateway to your student's "MealTime" school lunch account. You can make deposits into his/her MealTime Point of Sale account, or simply view the account activity.

Click www.mymealtime.com to get started!

Summer lunchtime program

For locations of Summer Lunch Programs in the State of Indiana go to: http://www.doe.in.gov/nutrition/summer-food-service-program

*Summer meal information for 2020 will be updated May 31, 2020. 

 

  This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

School Contacts and Menus 

Central Office

Food Service Director:  Vickie Richardson – vrichardson@fairfield.k12.in.us

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Benton Elementary School

Cafeteria Manager:  JoAnn Martin –  jmartin@fairfield.k12.in.us

January Breakfast Menu 

January Lunch Menu 

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Millersburg Elementary Middle School

Cafeteria Manager:  Rebecca Mathes – rmathes@fairfield.k12.in.us

January Breakfast Menu

January Lunch Menu

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New Paris Elementary School

Cafeteria Manager:  Janet Glogouski – jglouski@fairfield.k12.in.us

January Breakfast Menu 

January Lunch Menu 

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Fairfield Junior Senior High School

Cafeteria Manager: Sheree Riggen – sriggen@fairfield.k12.in.us

2019-20 Breakfast Menu

January Junior High Lunch Menu 

January Senior High Lunch Menu 

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Fairfield Community School Corporation is committed to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, handicapping conditions, or national origin including limited English proficiency, in any employment opportunity. No person is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to unlawful discrimination on such basis under any educational program or student activity.


For further information, clarification, or complaint (grievance) procedures, please contact the principal's office or the following coordinator for Section 504 (handicapping conditions), Title IX (gender discrimination), A.D.A. (Americans with disabilities), Title VI (race, color, creed, national origin, and limited English proficiency).
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