Nutritional Services offers pre-ordered meals for students on their in-person learning days. For information about pre-ordering meals on the in-person learning days for your student, please click here, or continuing reading below.
How will students receive their pre-ordered meals? All student meals will be delivered to the classroom. Elementary students will be in their homeroom, and middle and high school students will eat in either their 2nd or 6th period class, depending on the day of the week.
How do I pre-order my student's meal? Meals can be pre-ordered by visiting the UA preorder link or scan the QR code for online ordering on the UA Nutritional Services webpage. Each meal includes a choice of entree, fruit and/or vegetables and milk. When pre-ordering your meal, elementary families will select their students' home classroom for delivery, and middle and high school families will select their students' room for either 2nd or 6th period.
For directions on how to set up your pre-ordering account and more information, please click here.
What is the cost for meals? Thanks to a USDA waiver, all students enrolled in Upper Arlington Schools (preK-12) will be able to receive free lunch through the month of December, or until federal funding is no longer available. At the high school and middle schools, grab-and-go breakfast will also be available for no charge, and a la carte options will still be charged to students’ EZPay accounts. We will communicate with families in advance of any changes to this temporary federal program.
Remote Learning and Online Academy meal pickup
If you would like to pick up meals for your student’s remote learning days, or for your Online Academy student, please contact Director of Nutritional Services Irene Hunt at [email protected].