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Meal Procedures - Blended Learning

Dear Beavercreek Families,

As we make this transition to a blended learning model, we want to inform you about meal availability. We will continue to offer breakfast* and lunch free of charge to both our in-person, remote learning and online students.

At the beginning of the school year, a meal ordering and pick-up system was implemented for online learners. We will use this same system for those students during their remote learning days while in the blended learning model.


Visit and select the school in which your child is enrolled to view the meal options for the day. Details are listed below, as to the specifics on what constitutes a school lunch.

Lunch at No Cost Includes:

Grades K-8: Entrée, grain**, choice of 2 vegetables, 1 fruit & a milk

Grades 9-12: Entrée, grain**, choice of 2 vegetables, 2 fruits & a milk


Students must select a minimum of 1 fruit or vegetable + 2 other items to be considered a lunch meal. Students are encouraged to take all 5 components (entrée, grain, fruit, vegetable & milk).

If you have students in multiple buildings you ARE able to order and pick-up from the building of your choice. When placing orders for students enrolled in different buildings, but picking up from one location you will need to order from the menu of the building you intend to pick-up from.  

Contact Dawn Kacvinsky by email at or by phone at (937) 458-2446 to place your order. Orders may be placed daily, weekly, or for multiple weeks.

Your meal will be made fresh to order.

Meal Pick-Up

All meals placed for online or remote learners will need to be picked up for the day that it was ordered. Each building's meal pick-up procedures will be communicated in a separate notification.

Free & Reduced Meal Applications

Families are still encouraged to submit free/reduced meal applications to ensure they do not lose their free/reduced status at the conclusion of this statewide policy. The USDA policy has been extended to provide free meals for the remainder of the school year and due to expire on June 30, 2021. Families that qualify for free and reduced meals by submitting an application may have their school fees waived or reduced.

Families can fill out an application online at or download a copy from the Beavercreek City Schools website under the Forms section. Paper copies are also available at each building's main office or the Student Nutrition Office.

The Student Nutrition Department is here to support each family as best as we can during the ever-changing times that we are presented with. Please contact our office with any questions or concerns and we will do all that we can to continue to support you.

Joshua Ashley

Student Nutrition Supervisor

Beavercreek City Schools

(937) 458-2445