Food Service Department

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Kristie Ward
Food Service Supervisor


Christine Cover



The Ashland City Schools' Food Service Department, in partnership with the district and the greater school community, resolves to meet the nutritional and health needs of students, both through the provision of healthy, low-cost meals and through the provision of nutrition education. 


2017 - 2018 School Menus

Breakfast, The Most Important Start to Your Day

Elementary Grab n Go Breakfast Menu                                  

Elementary 5 Week Cycle Lunch Menu

Middle School 5 Week Cycle Breakfast & Lunch Menu

High School 5 Week Cycle Breakfast & Lunch Menu

High School A La Carte Menu For APRIL



New Meal Payment System

Ashland City Schools will be transitioning to a new lunch payment system the week of April 23.  The new system, PaySchools Central, will provide parents with an easy way to pay for school breakfast and lunch purchases.

As part of this transition, the old MyPaymentsPlus system will be shut down.  The last day to make payments in the MyPaymentsPlus system will be Friday, April 20.  By the end of the workday Monday, the new PaySchools system will be up and running.  Check this web site again on Monday for information about how to set up your account.

All balances from the old system will transfer to the new system.

As before, participation in the online payment system is optional.  School cafeterias will continue to accept checks and cash as they have in the past.

Again, please check the Ashland City Schools web site on Monday for a link to the new payment site and instructions to set up your account.  Thank you for your patience during this conversion.



** If your child has a life - threatening allergy or disability and must have substitutions or modifications in school meals, please have a licensed physician fill out the Medical Statement for Students Requiring Special Meals Form, and return to the Food Service Department, 1407 Claremont Ave., Ashland, Ohio 44805.

Medical Statement for Students Requiring Special Meals



2017-2018 Meal Prices

Elementary Schools (Reagan, Edison and Taft):
- Grab -n- Go Breakfast is FREE to all students grades K - 5
- Student Lunch $2.75 / Reduced Lunch $.40 / Adult Lunch $3.25

Ashland Middle School:
Student Breakfast $1.25 / Reduced Breakfast $.30 
- Student Lunch $3.00 / Reduced Lunch $.40 / Adult Lunch $3.25

Ashland High School:
- Student Breakfast $1.25 / Reduced Breakfast $.30 
- Student Lunch $3.00 / Reduced Lunch $.40 / Adult Lunch $3.25




Free and Reduced Price Meal Information

The Ashland City School District (grades K thru 8) participate in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs.  Through these programs we offer free and reduced-price meals to students from families who meet certain income requirements determined by the U.S. Government.  

2017 - 2018 Free and Reduced Application for grades K-8 ONLY

2017 - 2018 Free and Reduced Instructions for grades K-8 ONLY

2017 - 2018 Meal Assistance Application for HIGH SCHOOL ONLY (Grades 9 - 12)



Ashland High School will continue to pilot a new program this school year, to replace the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program. This will allow students to have a greater variety of meals, a la carte items and beverage options to better meet the students needs. This new program will continue to provide free and reduced breakfast and lunch for those that meet the financial guidelines. If you have a student attending the high school (grades 9 - 12) this school year, you will be required to complete a separate application. If you have a student attending the high school and another school in our district, you will need to fill out both applications. (K - 8 free and reduced packet, and the high school application for meal assistance)




Call us at 419-289-1117 ext. 2247 or email us at

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