School Nutrition Services
Summer Meals at School

CMS School Nutrition will be serving breakfast and lunch at no charge to all students attending Camp CMS this summer. Camp CMS participants will also receive a 3-day meal bundle each Thursday to take home. Second Harvest is also collaborating with CMS to provide 23,000 food backpacks per week to Camp CMS students.

In addition, School Nutrition will be operating their regular summer picnic meal program to organizations and community groups who have met the requirements to receive meals. Meals will also be provided to partnered organizations in our schools, including Freedom Schools. Students attending ASEP will receive meals on Fridays. At least 34,000 students will be receiving meals this summer from CMS School Nutrition.

Families with additional needs may call Loaves and Fishes for a self-referral at (704) 523-4333.

The Menu

The breakfast and lunch menu can be viewed here The menu is subject to change due to product availability. 

All meals are compliant with the Nutrition Standards for School Meals established by the USDA.

Regulations for No Charge Meals

One breakfast and one lunch is available daily, at no charge, for all CMS students attending Camp CMS. 

Questions? Call 980.343.6041

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
View the complete USDA Non-Discrimination Statement here

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Phone: 980-343-3000
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