Welcome to the Food Services website! This site hold the important information related to meals provided by the schools and related health and nutrition resources. The Cornwall-Lebanon School District is committed to providing good nutrition options and advice for our kids! We’re continuing to strengthen our efforts to provide the best possible nutrition for your kids throughout the school year.

Contact Information

Emily Rodriguez, RDN

Food Service Coordinator

Phone: 717.389.1849

Email: erodriguez@clsd.k12.pa.us

News from the Food Service Coordinator

updated 9-3-2020

Welcome to the new school year! Our Food Service staff is ready to safely provide delicious, healthy meals to all CLSD students enrolled in all of our learning options!

Breakfast and lunch menus for students in all CLSD learning options, including K-8 Virtual and Cedar Crest Cyber, are available on the Lunch and Breakfast Menus tab.

To learn more about Food Service’s response to mitigating the spread of infectious diseases throughout the school day, click on Safety Procedures for Food Services.

For information about setting up or adding money to your family’s household lunch account on Skyward Parent Access, click on Account Balances.

Information and applications for Free and Reduced Lunches also is available on the tab to the left.

Please note: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has extended its summer meal program, Seamless Summer Option (SSO), through December 31, 2020 (or as long as the federal program is funded) amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This extension allows schools to serve meals (one breakfast and/or one lunch per day) to all students at no charge. In the Cornwall-Lebanon School District, this free meals program begins Tuesday, September 8, 2020.

Daily Meals Program (breakfast and/or lunch)

  1. All CLSD students may pick up one breakfast and/or one lunch per day in their buildings during normal breakfast and lunch times.
  2. Also, Cedar Crest Middle School and High School students enrolled in the Blue/Gray Hybrid learning option will be able to order and pick up free meals (one breakfast and/or one lunch per day) for their at-home learning days, according to their building’s process.
  3. Child Identification (PIN or student name) will be used for the sole purpose of reporting program participation to the USDA. Student accounts will not be charged unless the student purchases à la carte items or receives more than one breakfast and/or lunch per day.

Weekly Meals Package Tuesday, September 8th is the next weekly meal pickup, for weekly order forms received by Friday, Sept. 4.

Each package contains one breakfast and one lunch for each day that school is scheduled to be in session that week in CLSD, up to a total of 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches.

  1. All students enrolled in CLSD Virtual Solutions learning options (K-8 Virtual and Cedar Crest Cyber) are eligible to receive free meals by completing this weekly order form before 3 PM on Friday, or the last day of school that week.
  2. In addition, all other children in the community ages 18 and younger, regardless of whether they are enrolled in CLSD, who have not already received meals under the daily or weekly meals options listed above, or at another SSO site, are eligible to receive a week’s worth of free meals at the weekly meals pickup on Mondays. Parents/Guardians must pre-order for the next week’s meals by submitting this weekly order form before 3 PM on Friday, or the last school day of the week, and pick up one meal package for each child age 18 and younger. Non-CLSD students must be present at pickup to receive the meal package. Drop-ins may be able to be accommodated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please complete this order form each week to ensure a meals package is available for your child(ren) the next Monday. View the Virtual Solutions weekly menu on the Breakfast and Lunch menus tab, at left.
  3. Pick up location for pre-ordered weekly meals packages is at the rear of Cedar Crest Middle School (cafetorium canopy entrance) each Monday, between 4:30 and 5:30 PM, or the first school day of the week. (Click for map). Please bring a grocery tote or box to carry the meals.
  4. Child Identification (PIN or student name) will be used for the sole purpose of reporting program participation to the USDA. Student accounts will not be charged (unless they have already received meals under the Daily Meals Program).