Powering Students Through Food
WCS Food Services operates 45 kitchens within Williamson County and offers breakfast and lunch daily. Meals are prepared onsite at each school with an average for the 2021-22 school year of 28,500 meals served each day, approximately 5 million meals for the year. All meals meet the Recommended Daily Allowance established by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Meal Prices for the 2022-2023 school year
For the 2022-23 school year, the federal government will no longer provide meals at no cost to students, therefore, students will pay for all meals at the below prices.
- K-12 Breakfast - $2.75
- K-12 Lunch - $3.75
Reduced price (if eligible):
- K-12 Breakfast - $0.30
K-12 Lunch - $0.40
As meals are no longer provided to students at no cost, it is important to fill out an application for free and reduced-price meals, so student eligibility can be determined for 2022-23.
Food Supply Chain Issues and Nutritional Information
As we anticipate the nationwide food supply chain issues to continue, please be aware of these impacts:
- Last minute menu changes are occurring frequently. Posted menus on the district website may not reflect these changes.
- Due to frequent substitutions by the manufacturers, WCS is currently unable to track carbohydrate counts or allergens in menu items.
Contact the cafeteria manager at your school if you have any questions regarding your school’s menu.
Contact: Food Services Department | (615) 472-4990