All schools participate in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). Our lunches are required to meet specific nutritional guidelines according to different grade level groups (K-5, 6-8, and 9-12). For more detailed information about the federal regulations please visit the USDA National School Lunch Program homepage.
|K-12 - $1.00
Reduced Price - $0.00
Adult - $2.40
Milk - $0.75
|K-12 - $2.70
Reduced Price - $0.40
Adult - $3.75
Milk - $0.75
*Healthy snacks are available for a la carte purchase, in addition to federally-approved meals.
View information on Free and Reduced Lunch.
School Menus are posted below.
CSPS & AES May 2019
HHMS & KWHS May 2019
Preschool May 2019
Head Start May 2019
CSPS $ AES June Lunch Menu
HHMS & KWHS June Lunch Menu
Preschool June Lunch Menu
18-19 Rotating Breakfast Menu-All Sites
18-19 Preschool Breakfast & Snack Menu
Online Payments & Account Management
Manage your child's balance and add money to your child's meal account through MyPaymentsPlus. For more information about MyPaymentsPlus, please view the provided flyer. A letter containing more detailed information may be found here.
Collections procedures are outlined here.
Local School Wellness Policy
King William County Public Schools has created a wellness policy to address the nutrition and fitness needs of our students.
- Sherri Harris: Director of School Nutrition, 804-769-3434 ext 550
- Teresa Herndon: Kitchen Manager, King William High School, 804-769-3434 ext 614
- Beth Haile: Kitchen Manager, Hamilton Holmes Middle School, 804-769-3434 ext 547
- Ava Gaines: Kitchen Manager, Acquinton Elementary School, 804-769-3434 ext 448
- Elizabeth Davis: Kitchen Manager, Cool Spring Primary, 804-769-3434 ext 311
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King William School Food and Nutrition
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.