What We Do
Provide safe, nutritious, appealing foods that students will eat thereby contributing to the student learning process by helping them learn and develop healthy, lifelong habits

School Meal Menus

If your school is not listed below, please click the link to Health E Pro to find your school.


Elementary School Menus

Breakfast – CurrentNext Month

Lunch – CurrentNext Month

General Beadle – Current Next Month

Horace Mann. Knollwood, Robbinsdale, South Park – Current Next Month

Corral Drive & Valley View – CurrentNext Month

Middle School Menus

Breakfast – CurrentNext Month

North Middle School Breakfast – CurrentNext Month

Lunch – CurrentNext Month

East Middle School Lunch – CurrentNext Month

Southwest Middle School Lunch – CurrentNext Month

High School Menus

Breakfast – CurrentNext Month

Lunch – CurrentNext Month


Summer Feeding Program

Summer Meals Flyer

Summer Breakfast Menu

Summer Lunch Menu

Free and Reduced Price School Meals

Applications are available online via Family Access (preferred) or you may download the Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals. These can be returned to the Rapid City Area Schools Food Service Office, 300 6th Street, Rapid City, SD  57701.

Free and Reduced Informational Flyer

Free and Reduced Meals FAQs

How to Apply for Free and Reduced Meals


Refunds and Transfers

Food Service account balances carry over from school year to school year.  If your student is graduating or moving, you may request a refund or a balance transfer to another student.  Please fill out the Food Service Refund Request Form.


Online Payments

E-Funds for Schools


Meal Choices

Each child is eligible to receive one breakfast and one lunch per day.


We have thought about posting one of our recipes now and then for the public to see (homemade hummus, etc.).


Nutrition Services - Questions From the Public

Form to send questions from the public to Nutrition Services



Nutrition Services Logo

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