Child Nutrition

We hope that your children will choose to eat breakfast and lunch with us in our cafeteria. Our Child Nutrition Staffs provide breakfast and lunch every day for the students and staff.

Each meal served will provide a choice of entrees and milk. Along with those items, breakfast will offer juice and/or fruit selections. For lunch, we offer a fruit, a vegetable and bread with the other choices.

At all schools, we operate on the “Offer vs. Serve” program. Through this state-approved program, students may choose three, four or five items from the five items offered. The five items consist of:

  1. Meat/Meat Alternate

  2. Fruit

  3. Vegetable

  4. Bread Milk

A student must choose at least three of those items in order to receive a reimbursable meal in the National School Lunch Program.

Currently, breakfast prices are:

  • Free for reduced-price

  • $1.50 for full-pay

  • à la carte prices for adults

Lunch prices are:

  • $0.40 for reduced-price

  • $3.00 for full-pay

  • à la carte prices for adults

All schools also offer a pre-paid meal plan. With this plan, students can pay any amount in advance and their meals will be deducted from that amount as they eat their meals. This makes it easier for the students by not having to remember lunch money each day.

Camden County Schools has switched to LINQ Connect payment system. Click here for FAQ. Click the below button or visit your app store to download today. For additional information and tools please visit our parent resource center.  

We look forward to serving you and your children throughout the school year! Please feel free to contact a Child Nutrition Manager or the Child Nutrition Department in the Central Office to ask about any information listed here or anything else that you may have questions about.



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