- Our Child Nutrition employees will continue to prepare food in our school kitchens following very strict food safety and sanitation procedures.
- All meals will be individually packaged for direct service to students.
- All students will eat free for the 2020-2021 school year.
- Breakfast & Lunch will be served each day in-person classes are offered.
Dr. Aaron Allen, Superintendent, Eric Eaker, Chief of Operations, and Dr. Heath Belcher, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, are enjoying their time serving lunch to students throughout the school system.
Our Mission is to enhance the educational process and to support the essential link between nutrition and education. This is accomplished by preparing and serving nutritious, appealing meals that meet recommended dietary guidelines. The Child Nutrition Staff will serve school meals in a positive, cheerful manner, while maintaining financial soundness and enhancing the educational experience for all students.
Now you can apply on-line for your children to receive free or reduced price school meals. Your application will be sent from a secure website directly to the Lincoln County Schools Child Nutrition Office so, you don’t need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced.
LunchApplication.com is an easy, secure and convenient way to apply for free or reduced meals. It has been designed to make it easy for you to know exactly what information you need to provide and to guide you through the process. Once your application has been received the district office will determine your eligibility and send you a letter with the results.
To apply, simply go to LunchApplication.com or CLICK HERE to apply now!
Need a paper application?
Free and Reduced paper applications are also available from your child's school office or your cafeteria. These will need to be filled out and returned to the cafeteria or mailed to:
Lincoln County Schools Child Nutrition
2660 Maiden Hwy
Lincolnton, NC 28092
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