Food Services

  •  Food Service Mission: Working together to provide meals that nourish and stimulate the mind and body of every student to enhance learning in a global community. 

    We recognize the men and women who make our days a little better by honoring our food service staff.                                          

                We are hiring. Apply here.

     

    School Menu Restrictions Currently in Place:

    • Peanut and tree nuts are not served by cafeteria staff to students in elementary grades.  
    • Seafood and pork are not served on the student menus.

     

    Columbus City Schools follow the MyPlate dietary guidelines for student meal planning.   
     
    Eat a fruit or vegetable at every meal.  Make healthy food choices! 
      
    For more information, click on Eat Right with MyPlate or download a free smartphone app: Start Simple with MyPlate. 
     
    MyPlate
     
    Supply Chain Disruptions
     
    For more information about supply chain disruptions that are impacting our menu, please read this letter from Director of Food Services Joe Brown: Supply Chain Disruptions
     
     
    School Menu Survey
     
    Please take our survey about school lunch: Click Here
     
    School Lunch Survey
     
     
     
    Food and beverages sold at school for student consumption during the school day need to meet Smart Snack Standards. For more information: Guide to Smart Snacks in School.
      
      
    Food Services Initiatives
      
     
    For updates and information, follow Columbus City Schools on Twitter and Instagram @CCS_Food.
     
    This institution is an equal-opportunity provider, employer, and lender.

Breakfast and Lunch Menus

  • Woodcrest Elementary School Menu July/August

    No school on Monday 7/25 and Tuesday 7/26.

    Assorted cereal (20-25), graham cracker (19), yogurt (12),  cheese stick (1), apple or orange juice (14) offered daily at breakfast.

    White 1% milk (13) and chocolate non-fat milk (24) are offered for breakfast and lunch..  

    Breakfast weeks of 7/25, 8/8, and 8/22

    Monday (8/8 and 8/22) - Cinnamon Toast Crunch Bar (41)

    Tuesday (8/9 and 8/23) - Chicken Sausage on Maple Waffle (15)

    Wednesday - Confetti pancakes (36)

    Thursday - Cinnamon French toast (37)

    Friday - French Toast Sticks (38)

    Lunch weeks of 7/25, 8/8, and 8/22:

    Monday  (8/8 and 8/22) - Chicken Nuggets (13) & Bread (12), Toasted Cheese Sandwich (31),Turkey/Cheese/Tortilla Strips (24) & Bread (12)

    Tuesday (8/9 and 8/23) - Turkey Hot Dog on Bun (21), Chicken over Noodles (22) & Bread (12), Yogurt/Granola/Cheese Stick (28) & Bread (12)

    Wednesday - Cheese & Bean Burrito (40), Macaroni and Cheese (32) & Bread (12), 2 Hard-boiled Eggs (2) & Bread (12)

    Thursday - Hamburger on Bun (25), Turkey Salami and Cheese Sub (32), Garden Salad with Egg & Cheese (5) & Bread (12), Baked Beans (30)

    Friday - Turkey and Cheese on Bun (27), Turkey/Gravy (2) & Potato (18) & Bread (12),  Sun Butter/Jelly & Bagel (49), Corn (14)

    Breakfast weeks of 8/1 and 8/15:

    Monday  - Chicken Sausage on Maple Pancake (17)

    Tuesday  - Triple Berry French Toast (36)

    Wednesday - French Toast Sticks (38)  

    Thursday - Turkey Sausage Pancake Wrap (17)

    Friday - Blueberry waffles (37)

    Lunch weeks of 8/1 and 8/15:

    Monday - Chicken Drumstick (6) & Bread (12), Turkey Sausage/French Toast (41), Bean Dip/Cheese/Tortilla Strips ( 36) & Bread (12), Green Beans (5)

    Tuesday - Cheese Pizza (28), Turkey Hot Dog on Bun (21), WOW Soy Butter & Jelly Sandwich (53), Baked Beans (30)

    Wednesday - Dynomite Dippers (25) & Bread (12), Toasted Cheese Sandwich (31), Sun Butter (14) & Jelly (9) & Bagel (26), Potato Wedges (16)

    Thursday - Walking Taco (25) & Bread (12), Cheese Pizza (28), 2 Hard-boiled Eggs (2) & Bread (12)

    Friday - Chicken Patty on Bun (34), Cheese & Bean Burrito (40), WOW Soy Butter & Jelly Sandwich (53)

    Grams of carbohydrates are listed as a number after each food item. The menu is subject to change.

    Fresh fruits and vegetables, such as broccoli and carrots, are offered daily. 

    Peanuts, tree nuts, pork, and seafood are not served on the menu.

    This institution is an equal-opportunity provider.

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