Circleville City School Food Services
Circleville City Schools offers a wealth of healthy and nutritious meal offerings for students in grades K-12 with snacks available for preschool students and after school program students. Our district's free and reduced meal program is dependent upon demographics by building.
Our Food Services Department has launched a new monthly lunch menu website called My School Menus. We will continue to post and share menus on our Food Services Webpage, but this is an additional option for families to quickly view a breakfast and lunch menu (Click here to view the lunch menus
For families in need of financial assistance with lunch prices, please still fill out the Free and Reduced-priced meals application online. Your application will be sent from a secure website directly to Circleville City Schools, so you don't need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced. Family.titank12.com
has been designed to make it easy for you to know exactly what information you need to provide and to guide you through the process.
Once your application has been received, Aaron Sheffield will process the application to determine your eligibility. You will receive a letter with the results.
Dietary Restrictions, Religious considerations, and Allergy Needs
Circleville City Schools recognizes the dietary
restrictions and needs of all students when it comes to the provision of meals within our schools. In our commitment to each student's needs, the District makes necessary preparations to meet these dietary needs by working with families to prepare meal alternatives and take necessary precautions when it comes to allergies when we are made aware of these requests.
In the event you would like to make the District aware of any special dietary restrictions,
religious considerations, or allergy needs please contact Food Services Director Aaron Sheffield at 740-474-4846 Ext. 48038 or by email at [email protected].
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