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SRCS Summer Food Program

Please note that although the Ross Valley School District does not have a summer lunch program, the following sites in the San Rafael School District do; Bahia Vista Elementary and Davidson Middle School.  Please contact Rita Kesler at 415-491-6499 for more information.

SRCS Free Summer Lunch Program (English | Spanish)
CDE Summer Meal Program (English | Spanish)


About School Lunches

LIS LogoOur school lunch provider, Lunch Is Served, offers a daily menu with five hot entrees and cold entrees that range in price from $6.25 to $7.25. All ordering and payment for these meals is online through www.lunchisserved.com. If you have questions about our school lunch program please contact Jennifer Wright in the District Business Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (415) 451-4074.



Current Choicelunch Monthly Menus



Free and Reduced Lunch Program

The Ross Valley School District participates in the National School Lunch Program. Meals are served every school day at each school site. Students may buy a lunch with the regular price ranging from $6.25 to $7.25. Eligible students may receive these lunches free or at a reduced price of $.40. If you think your child(ren) may be eligible for the free or reduced program, please read about the program and complete the attached meal application.

If your child(ren) was on the free- or reduced-lunch program last year, your child(ren) will continue to receive school lunches until September 22, 2017. You must have a new application on file by September 22, 2017 in order to continue receiving meals after this date. Incomplete applications will be returned.

Information on Free and Reduced Lunch Program - (English | Spanish)

How to Apply for Free and Reduced Lunch Program - (English | Spanish)

Application for Free and Reduced Lunch Program - (English | Spanish)

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement - (English | Spanish)

Student Wellness Board Policy - RVSD BP 5030




Frequently Asked Questions: RVSD Lunch Program

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How do I order lunches for my child?
Go to www.LunchIsServed.com to log into the Lunch Is Served website.  You will need to setup a new account using the registration code: Ross. Once logged in, you may add students to your account and begin placing your orders. There are several online links to guide you through the process.

What are my choices for lunch?
The daily menu offers between 4 to 6 hot entrees and between 10 to 12 cold entrees. Pizza from our local Mountain Mike’s is offered on Mondays and Fridays. Nutritional and allergen information can be found by clicking on the entrée link. In addition to the main entrée, your student will choose on site from a selection of fruits and vegetables, snacks, and beverages. Portion size options are regular (elementary schools and middle school) or large (middle schools), depending on the entrée.

Is breakfast Available?
No, We currently do not serve breakfast.

What are my milk choices?
Milk will be served with each lunch.  At the time of service, your child will have the option of choosing 1% milk, non-fat milk everyday, or apple juice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You will not be able to specify when you order what your child will drink since this decision is made on site by your student.  To receive soy milk, we will need a medical form completed by the doctor which states that your child is allergic to cow’s milk in order for us to serve your child soy milk. Please contact Jennifer Wright (see below) to receive this medical form.  

Can I order milk only?
Yes. Using a Lunch Is Served account, you can order milk coupons in various packet sizes for $1.00 per milk. The coupons will be mailed to your home address. Your student will need to present a coupon to the lunch service to receive their milk. To set up a Lunch Is Served account, please see instructions above. Look for the Milk Program link on the Order Lunches page on their website. You will not be required to order any lunches.

What about Field Trips?

Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich field trip lunches are available to order. Please contact Jennifer Wright (see below) if you would like to purchase one. If you do not want a Sunbutter and Jelly lunch, please provide a lunch from home for all field trips until further notice.

What if my child does not have a lunch?

In order to receive an emergency lunch, you need to have set up an account on the Choice Lunch website. A limited amount of extra lunches are available for $7.75. You may choose to “opt out” of your child receiving an emergency lunch when you set up your Choice Lunch account.

How do I pay?

Payments can be made online by credit card.

What if I need to cancel or change a lunch?

If you cancel the lunch by 6am the day that lunch is to be served, you receive full credit on your Choicelunch account for future use.

What about refunds?

Only credits will be issued for all cancellations (no payment refunds).Credits may be redeemed online for your next order.

What if I am eligible for Free and Reduced Meals?

If you have an approved application on file, you will be able to order the same delicious lunches. Please contact the district office for further instructions or review information at www.rossvalleyschools.org.

Questions? Contact:

Jennifer Wright
Food Services Coordinator
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