Campbell Union High School District

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Food Services

Food Services operates school breakfast and lunch programs throughout the district. For over 7000 students; over 35 food service employees are assigned to the individual school sites to ensure that students and staff are served promptly. The District Office houses our Food Service Supervisor who processes all applications for the reimbursable meal program.

For questions about free and reduced price meals or any other food service concern, contact Rory McCarthy at (408) 558-3033 or rmccarthy@CUHSD.org 

Nutrition & School Meals

CUHSD Food Services provides exceptional meal services for our students. Breakfast and Lunch are offered at almost all of our schools and include all of the nutritional elements required by the California Department of Education. Snacks or a la carte items are also available during breakfast and lunch for students to supplement their meals.
 
Free & Reduced Price Meals

Applications for free and reduced price meals in Campbell Union High School District are available through the National School Lunch Program and the National School Breakfast Program. Eligibility is based on household income. Children pay nothing if they are eligible for free meals and pay only a small fee for reduced-price meals. Children in homes that receive Food Stamps, California Work Opportunity (CalWORKS) and Responsibility to Kids Assistance units (KinGAP), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or benefit from the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) are eligible regardless of household income.
Applications can be obtained on this website.
 
Meal Prices
 
Those ineligible for free or reduced meal benefits through the National School Lunch or Breakfast Program pay regular prices for meals. Individual meals can be purchased daily. Currently, Breakfast is $1.25 per meal and Lunch is $3.25 per meal. Milk can also be purchased separately as well as other A La Carte items.