• Greene County School Nutrition Program


    Summer 2021

    Click Here for Summer Meal Information



    School Year 2020-2021

    Greene County Public Schools is excited to announce that all students will be able to receive free school meals. Any student, whether virtual or in-person, will be able to receive a free breakfast and free lunch on an instructional day. Meals are also available for any child under the age of 18 in the Greene County community, whether enrolled in a Greene County school or not.


    School Meals for Virtual Learning, Blended Learning and Children Not Enrolled in GCPS

    **Click Here to Sign Up for Free Meal Pickup** 

    Meals will be available for students participating in virtual and blended learning during the upcoming school year on days when they are learning from home as well as for children not enrolled in GCPS under the age of 18.

    Meal pick-up will take place at William Monroe High School for all students once a week.

    Virtual students and children not enrolled in GCPS will receive 5 days of meals. Blended learning students will receive 3 days of meals.

    Pickup meals are available once a week on Mondays from 2-4 pm at William Monroe High School. Please sign up on the above form if you are interested in picking up meals every Monday. Once signed up, you will remain on the list for every Monday. Please contact us if you would like to be removed from the list or will not be picking up on certain weeks. 


    School Meals for In Person Learning

    All students are eligible to receive a free breakfast and free lunch. Students will eat lunch and breakfast in the classrooms. Details on the delivery and ordering process will be available by individual school.


    Free and Reduced Meal Applications

    Although meals are free at this time, we encourage you to still fill out an application as school funding depends on completed meal applications. Free and reduced price meal applications for the 2020-2021 school year are now available online (Click Here). A new application must be completed each school year. If you have received a notification letter in the mail saying your family automatically qualified for free or reduced meals, you do not need to fill out an application. 

    Have questions or need more information? Contact the school nutrition program at 434-939-9096.



  • Pandemic EBT for Virtual and Blended Learners

    GCPS students who are enrolled in virtual or blended learning and who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals are eligible to receive Pandemic EBT cards from VDSS. Please see the attached flyer for more information and please call 866-513-1414 or 804-294-1633 with questions.

    Click here for more information about P-EBT benefits.

    Click Here for Spanish Version

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  • Meal Prices for School Year 2021 - 2022

    • Nathanael Greene Primary/Elementary and Ruckersville Elementary
      • Student Breakfast - Free
      • Adult Breakfast - $1.85
      • Student Lunch - Free
      • Adult Lunch - $3.75
    • William Monroe Middle/High School
      • Student Breakfast - Free
      • Adult Breakfast - $1.85
      • Student Lunch - Free
      • Adult Lunch - $3.75

    Contact Information

    School Nutrition Program Greene County Public Schools
    64 Monroe Drive
    P.O. Box 436
    Stanardsville, VA  22973
    434-939-9096 - Nutrition Office
    Samantha French MS, RD
    Administrative Assistant
    Joyce Woodson
    School Nutrition Managers
    Nathanael Greene Primary School - Debbie Crawford
    Nathanael Greene Elementary School - Linda Medeiros
    Ruckersville Elementary School - Patricia Thompson
    William Monroe Middle School - Candace Scott
    William Monroe High School - Melissa Cropp
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