Free school meals for the 2020-21 school year
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) extended our ability to serve meals at no cost to ALL STUDENTS regardless of income through June 30, 2021. If you will be in distance learning and are interested in receiving school meals, please complete this meal request form.
Free grab-and-go meals pick-up information
|Tuesdays||SAVHS, lower parking lot, cafeteria door 16||8-10 a.m.|
|Thursdays||SAVHS, lower parking lot, cafeteria door 16||3:30-5:30 p.m.|
Note: No meal service the week of March 29.
- Now offering seven days’ worth of meals— breakfast, lunch and snacks.
- Half gallons of milk will be available (two/child/week).
- When picking up your meals, let us know if you want milk (and how much).
- Shelf-stable food will be available through our partnership with Every Meal.
Meal boxes will continue to contain 7 days’ worth of breakfast, lunch, and snacks. For those students returning to a hybrid model, we trust that the pickups will be coordinated with on-site pickups (i.e., if student is on site 2 days/week, meal boxes are only taken 3 out of 4 weeks of the month).
All meals will continue to be free of charge through the end of the school year.
Your participation is crucial to our program and we thank you so very much for your support. Much like restaurants, we rely on our patrons for support and cannot keep our staff employed or our doors open if we do not have student meals to prepare and serve.
We promise to provide a variety of wholesome foods that students love and that also fit into the USDA recommended nutrient guidelines. Our menus feature whole grains, lean proteins, low fat dairy, fruits and vegetables to support healthy, balanced meals.
Menu items include local and/or organic fruits, vegetables, protein and grains when possible and we are continuously expanding our Farm2School efforts.
All foods and beverages served in schools meet or exceed state and federal requirements and the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010.
Free school meals
Check out the short video below (English and Spanish) that covers what families need to know about free school meals. More meals served means additional school funding to ensure all children ages 18 and younger have access to meals.
Director of Nutrition Services
Angela oversees both Roseville Area and St. Anthony-New Brighton School District's student nutrition programs.