Q: Are meals free?
A: YES! No-cost meals are available for enrolled CUSD students. These no cost meals are made possible by a waiver to extend universal free lunch through the 2021-2022 school year, issued by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in an effort to reach children experiencing food insecurity.
Q: Are you serving breakfast or lunch?
A: BOTH! Students can arrive before the bell to get hot breakfast AND get hot lunch each day at no-cost!
Q: What's on the menu?
Q: Can I get a meal if I am not enrolled in CUSD?
A: NO. Effective August 16, 2021, Campus Catering will provide no-cost meals ONLY to CUSD enrolled students who attend in-person classes on a CUSD campus.
Q: Do you have drive-through meal pick-up?
A: NO. Campus Catering will no longer offer drive-through meal pickup for the community.
Q: Do I need to complete an application to qualify for no cost meals?
NO. For the 21/22 school year only, a Free/Reduced Price Meal application is not required to receive meals at no cost. However, qualified households who do choose to complete an application may help their school secure additional funding. Eligible households may also receive other benefits including AP, SAT and ACT test fee waivers, discounted college application fees, and discounted home internet. Click here
to find out more about the benefits of completing an application.
Q: I have special dietary needs. Can my school accommodate them?
YES. Campus Catering will prepare special meals for students who provide written medical documentation. Find more information by visiting our Special Diets