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Welcome to P.C.S.D. Child Nutrition Services!



Provo City School District is currently supplying our student community with Grab and Go Meals for BREAKFAST and LUNCH. As we try to limit the amount of time parents need to be out of the home we are handing out the current days Lunch and the following days Breakfast together at a one time pick up from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. There is no charge for students 0-18 years of age at any of our schools that are participating. See list below.

  • Amelia Earhart Elementary
  • Edgemont Elementary
  • Franklin Elementary
  • Provo Peaks Elementary
  • Provost Elementary (Pick up meals from bus in parking lot)
  • Spring Creek Elementary
  • Sunset View Elementary
  • Timpanogos Elementary
  • Westridge Elementary
  • Centennial Middle School (Pick up meals from bus in parking lot)
  • Provo High School

Three of our sites, Franklin Elementary, Sunset View Elementary, and Timpanogos Elementary are also handing out a PM Snack and Supper Meal through the Boys and Girls Club of Utah County at the same time.

To all our community, your health and well being, as well as that of our employees and the broader community is our priority. If you have any of the symptoms of Covid-19, or have been asked to self quarantine please send someone outside of your household to pick up your meals.

We are pleased to offer the ability to apply for Free and Reduced Priced Meals online! The process is SAFE, SECURE, PRIVATE, and AVAILABLE anytime! Printable confirmation is available, after the application has been processed, referenced as you apply online. Meal applications will still be downloadable from our website (July through May). Paper forms are also available (July-May) at school main offices and the district office - only ONE complete meal application is needed per household.


The Provo School District Child Nutrition Program was honored to receive the 2018 Best of State Award for being the top Education Support Personnel group in Utah for the tenth consecutive year. This year our program not only won the medal but won overall in the category of Education and received the BOSS statue. We are honored to be it's recipient.  This statewide award is given to outstanding businesses, programs, groups, or individuals. More than one hundred judges scrutinize the nominations for the Best of State Award. The judges sought out individuals, businesses and organizations that excel in their endeavors, use innovative approaches, and make Utah a better place to live.

Jon M. Huntsman Jr., former Governor of Utah said, "Best of State recognizes those who are excelling and surpassing all else and who are the best of the best in their respective fields."

The Child Nutrition Program is thrilled and honored to win the Best of State award for the ninth consecutive year. We are constantly trying to enhance the already nutritious and healthy meals served in Provo Schools, and to continue our yearly themed activities to increase the activity of the students. Studies show that children are better able to learn after eating a nutritious meal, and our dedicated Nutrition team is happy to do their part in helping each student be fit, healthy, and ready to succeed in school. We are proud of our Child Nutrition Program as we strive to continue to promote healthy lifestyles that will have life-long benefits.

Please enjoy the video below of our past CNP Director as our Child Nutrition Department was featured in a national School Nutrition Association, "Tray Talk" video. We know that delicious and nutritious, prepared from scratch menus, and increased activity of our students go hand in hand to make a healthier generation! We are thrilled to partner with Chefs and others to make our program the best it can be!

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We serve healthy lunches everyday...starting with fresh fruits and vegetables galore! These include fresh grapes, melons, apples, oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, pears, peaches, pummelo, star fruit, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, mango, persimmons, pineapple, pomegranates, bananas, kiwi, kiwi berries, tomatoes, baked sweet potatoes, asparagus, carromealprices.jpgts, broccoli, cauliflower, jicama, hummus, brussel sprouts, summer yellow squash, zucchini, acorn squash, butternut squash, a variety of peppers, cucumbers and many, many more)!  wheat rolls, buns, tortillas, and breads. Healthy food choices of all kinds!

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Watch for new entrees on the menu for SY 18/19

Nutritious meals with less sodium, increased fiber, lots and lots of fresh fruits and vegetables served.  We serve 5 Star meals every day!


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