The mission of Food and Nutrition Services is to operate a world-class child nutrition program; to provide a variety of healthy food choices to ensure students' readiness to learn; to educate stakeholders in an ever-changing global society regarding proper nutrition necessary for a healthy lifestyle and wellness; to provide meals to community programs; and to operate within established government regulations. The Food and Nutrition Services program is financially self-supporting.
Food and Nutrition Services employs over 1300 professionals that include managers, team members, drivers, warehouse workers, and supervisors. School meals are planned by registered dietitians to reflect the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans, ChooseMyPlate.gov, and student preferences as determined at student taste parties. Low cost, nutritious school meals are served to more than 140,000 customers every day and breakfast is offered in 175 schools and centers.
UPDATED Online Meal Prepayment Service:
www.MySchoolBucks.com beginning August 24, 2015
Food and Nutrition Services is converting from MyLunchMoney to MySchoolBucks beginning August 24, 2015. No convenience fee will be charged. This secure online prepayment service uses MasterCard, Visa, or Discover transaction cards. Customers have the ability to add money on their child’s cafeteria accounts, view fund balances and meal purchase history, and receive e-mail notifications when their balance goes below the amount they specified.
New Online Meal Prepayment Users:
Questions? Contact MySchoolBucks (Heartland School Solutions) by phone (1-855-832-5226) or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
GOLDEN Wellness Award
Fairfax County Public School’s Wellness Task Force, in partnership with Food and Nutrition Services hosted the GOLDEN (Giving Others Lifelong Desire for Exercise and Nutrition) Wellness Award Reception at a recent school board meeting. In the past 6 years, the number of recipients has grown from 15 to 170. Read More...
All Star Lunch
FCPS developed the new "All Star Lunch" to reflect USDA's new menu standards and to help students select their school meal choices.
Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Pilot Continues for the 2015 - 2016 School Year
Students who qualify for free meals receive breakfast and lunch free. Reduced-price eligible students will also receive free breakfast and lunch on a continued pilot basis for School Year 2015 – 2016. Food and Nutrition Services will absorb these costs.
Administrative Assistant Fatima.Calcuttawalla@fcps.edu
Office of Food and Nutrition Services
6840 Industrial Road
Springfield, VA 22151
August 13, 2015