STUDENT NUTRITION FUNDRAISER
FREE AND REDUCED PRICED MEALS
Applications are available online via Family Access (preferred) or you may download the Free and Reduced Meals Application. These can be returned to the Rapid City Area Schools Nutrition Services Office, 3302 West St. Cloud Street, Rapid City, SD 57702.
Please check out this video to help you fill out your application!
- Free and Reduced Informational Flyer
- How to Apply for Free and Reduced Meals
- Frequently Asked Questions About Free and Reduced Price School Meals
- Non-CEP (Community Eligibility Program) Letter to Parents or Guardians
Elementary School Menus
Middle School Menus
High School Menus
Our menus are also listed on our Nutrient Analysis platform, Health-E Pro.
Please click the icon below, type in your school name, and select your menu.
This platform also provides you with nutrition information for our 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.
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