Our Mission: The King William County Public School Nutrition Program believes it takes a team to educate a child. Education does not end in the classroom, but extends to all areas in a child's life. School Nutrition is a vital part of a child's education. We are committed to serving safe, nutritious, and quality meals while encouraging students to develop life-long skills and knowledge to make healthy food choices.
Our Vision: The King William County School Nutrition Program will provide students and staff nutritionally sound meals that support the goal of the effective delivery of academic and/or extra-curricular education.
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.
2019-2020 Media Release for King William County School Nutrition Department
2019-2020 Meal Prices
|K-12 - $1.00
Reduced Price - $0.00
Adult - $2.50
Milk - $0.75
|K-12 - $2.80
Reduced Price - $0.40
Adult - $4.00
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.
19-20 Meal & A la carte Price List
19-20 Free and Reduced Price Meal Application
19-20 Online Free and Reduced Price Meal Application
19-20 Student Meal Charging Permission-REQUIRED TO BE ON FILE
School Menus are posted below
CSPS & AES January 2020
HHMS & KWHS January 2020
Preschool January 2020
HeadStart January 2020
19-20 CSPS, AES, HHMS & KWHS Rotating Breakfast Menu
19-20 Preschool Rotating Breakfast & Snack Menu
19-20 Head Start Rotating Breakfast & Snack Menu
January School Nutrition Activity Page
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.
Local School Wellness Meetings:
King William County Public Schools invites staff, parents, and community members to a meeting about the school wellness policy. The meeting will be held on Monday, December 2, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. in the School Board Office Conference Room. Providing healthy options at school helps keep our children healthy and ready to learn. The school wellness committee helps our District create an action plan for nutrition and physical activity at school. Parents can share their opinions and help make sure the policy is meeting the needs of our students. The King William County Public Schools wellness policy can be found on the District website, www.kwcps.k12.va.us by clicking on "School Nutrition" under "Quick Links".
Parents who are unable to attend the meeting can email comments about the wellness policy or nutrition and physical activity at their school to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you will join us!
- 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
School Nutrition Procurement Policy
KWCPS School Nutrition Procurement Policy-Effective July 1, 2019
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