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dot About Our Program


The Randolph County School System offers a wide variety of milk, fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and proteins. Our school menus are analyzed regularly to ensure students are receiving healthy, well-balanced meals that meet all federal nutrition standards. In addition to meeting nutrition standards, our schools provide fresh fruits and vegetables from North Carolina farmers, as well as offer higher quality food items that are made from scratch in our cafeteria's daily. To learn more about the federal nutrition standards,


dot Free/Reduced Meal Program

The Free/Reduced Priced Meal Program is available to help families with the cost of school meals. Families MUST apply for meal benefits each school year. 

  • Each student should receive an application for free/reduced meal benefits at the beginning of each school year. If eligible, you will only need to fill out ONE application per household. This form can be returned to any Randolph County School cafeteria or can be mailed to School Nutrition Services using the self-addressed envelope that comes with each application.
  • Applications will also be available at the Randolph County School System Board of Education Administration building at the beginning of August if you would like to complete your application early. This will ensure your application is processed before school begins.
  • Each school will have applications available throughout the school year in the event you did not submit an application at the beginning of the year.
  • Once an application is approved, students may eat breakfast and lunch on their status of free, reduced, or paid.

Please remember, if you have students that were approved for meal benefits during the 2015/2016 school year, they will only remain on the previous year's status for the first 30 days of school. You may notify School Nutrition Services if you have a student starting school and would like to confirm they will receive the previous year's status for the first 30 days.


dot RCSS Breakfast Program 2016-2017

The School Nutrition Department knows how important breakfast is in helping students succeed in the classroom and are working hard to feed as many students as possible. 

 Statistics show that children who eat breakfast:

  • Attend an average of 1.5 more days of school per year
  • Average 17.5% higher math standardized test scores

More attendance + higher math scores = 20% more likely to graduate

To learn more about the importance of breakfast in your child's life, visit


Due to changes to the Universal Breakfast Program, the following schools will offer Universal Free Breakfast for all students August - December, 2016


dot Meal Prices (2016-2017):


  • Full Price (PK-12) - $1.25
  • Reduced Price - no charge


  • Full Price (PK-5) - $ 2.20
  • Full Price (6-12) - $ 2.35
  • Reduced Price - $ 0.40

Adult/Visitor Pricing: A la carte (breakfast and lunch)   *See menu page for a la carte pricing

Students and staff may pre-pay for meals by placing money in their account at their school using cash or check or may pre-pay by debit/credit card using the RCSS online payment center. NEW!  Register and view your students account for free! Just visit our online payment center at and sign-up today! Transaction fees still apply.



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