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Nutrition & Food Services

Black Tiger Cafeteria Crew Banana Splits at Lincoln Elementary Chef Bill Bailey Cooking at 2018-19 Health Far Cameron Lazar with Family & Friends serving up Nepali Momos at the BLACK TIGER PRIDE CULTURE FAIR 2018-19 Pam Ritz from Jennie-O Turkey serving up Turkey Empanadas Chef Bill Bailey's Cooking Demo for 8th grade Consumer Science Class at Bolich Middle School 2018-19 BLACK TIGER BUDDHA BOWLS served at the High School. (Quinoa, Hummus, Chickpeas, Spinach, Carrots, Tomatoes, Sweet Bell Peppers, Cucumbers, and Green Onions) Cuyahoga Falls High School Fresh Farm Garden Fresh Beans from the Cuyahoga Falls High School Fresh Farm Garden 26 raised beds for the Cuyahoga Falls High School Fresh Farm Garden Fresh Produce from Cuyahoga Falls High School Fresh Farm Garden Showing BLACK TIGER PRIDE!! Working hard in the Cuyahoga Falls High School Fresh Farm Garden Students Showing their BLACK TIGER PRIDE. Volunteering for the Black Tiger Pride Culture Fair Fresh Fruit of the day....Kiwi & Clementines

William Bailey
Food Service Supervisor

330-926-3800 x502034

Welcome to the Cuyahoga Falls City School
Nutrition & Food Service Program 

Free and Reduced Meal Application, What do I need to know?

Apply for Free & Reduce Meal Program

Farm to School

Student Meal Charge Policy

Summer Lunch Program In Cuyahoga Falls

Summer Food Resources List for families

Allergy Information


Menus & Nutritional Information

Cuyahoga Falls Elementary Schools

Cuyahoga Falls Middle Schools Menu 2018

Cuyahoga Falls High School March Home-Style Lunch Menu 2019


              Meal Prices                         

High School       
1/2 pints of milk is available for 50 cents.  
Reduced price lunch at all schools is $0.40.
Reduced price breakfast is available at all schools for $0.30.
Our Team operates on four core beliefs:
  • Serve students with dignity and respect.
  • Offer healthy and tasty meals daily.
  • Communication and teamwork build morale and increases productivity.
  • Maintain fiscal responsibility.
* Healthy Eating *Healthy Body *Healthy You     

"As a team, we have a responsibility to serve nutritious, wholesome, and safe meals. We follow the HEALTHY HUNGER-FREE ACT OF 2010.  These are guidelines to assure all of our students are getting a well-balanced school lunch. Our team serves approximately 5000 students in the district’s nine schools. Our breakfast and lunch programs are operated under the direction of the United States Department of Agriculture, Ohio Department of Education and Summit County Health Department."  

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Chef Bill Bailey
Nutrition & Food Service Supervisor


 This institution is an equal opportunity provider.