As part of the educational mission at Hilliard City Schools, we strive to provide a variety of nutritional options for students at every grade level, for both breakfast and lunch meal periods. Breakfast is an important part of the school day, providing energy to start the day, and preventing the distraction of an empty stomach. All schools in the district serve breakfast.
Although we are offering the maximum recommended portion sizes, we realize that older children may want more food than is offered with lunch. Students may purchase an additional entrée or side item if desired. Snacks are also available for purchase which can also make up for the extra calorie needs of growing children.
Milk is a very important nutritional component of the school lunch. By making flavored milk available we have a greater percentage of children actually drinking the milk that is available with their lunch. If your child has a milk allergy, please send a doctor’s note to your building indicating the allergy and we will provide a milk substitute.
Free And Reduced Lunch
You can submit your Free and Reduced Lunch Applications online. If you have questions, please contact Hilliard City Schools Business Office at (614) 921-7000.
- Free and Reduced Lunch Application (Printable Version)
- Free and Reduced Lunch Application (Online Version)
David Wilson, General Manager – 614-921-7492
Andrea Grobe, Food Service Manager
Ana Liberador, Food Service Manager
Lisa Wiley, Office Assistant, Point of Sale Questions – 614-921-7493
Looking for a great job that has the same schedule as the school calendar? The Food Service Department is hiring! Call Andrea Grobe at 614-921-7495 for more information.
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