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Food Service

Food Service

Chef Richard Meyers, CCC
AVI Foodsystems, Inc.
[email protected]
Bradley Leyrer, Ed.D., Director
Operations & Human Resources
Cathy Baltus, Administrative Assistant
[email protected] 

Wickliffe City Schools participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). NSLP is a federally-assisted meal program operating in nearly 95,000 public and nonprofit private schools. The NSLP provides school children with one-third or more of their daily required key nutrients. Lunches are required to provide no more than 30 percent of calories from fat and less than 10 percent from saturated fat. 

Some students may qualify for free or reduced price meals. Families participating in state programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Program (SNAP), Food Stamps, and Ohio Works First (OWF) are eligible for the free lunch program. Other students may qualify based on family income. Income eligibility is determined annually by the State of Ohio. Applications are available on our website and in the main office of each school.

The Board of Education values good health and proper nutrition to contribute to students well being and ability to learn. The Wickliffe City School District Food Service Department is committed to serving nutritionally-balanced meals.

Food Service Payment

Food service payments can also be made in the main office of your child's school or with the cafeteria cashier - check (payable to Wickliffe City Schools) or cash.  In the memo line of your check, write "food service".  When sending in payment with your child, include the following on the outside of a sealed envelope:  your child's name and "food service payment".