Breakfast In The Classroom (BIC)
Student Access To Meals
In order to ensure that all students have ample time to obtain and eat their meals, Food Services has developed resources to assist Principals. For information and tools for planning meal periods and serving times, see below.
Executive Summary-Lunch Period
Please visit our Meal Application page for sample applications, tutorials, and brochures: Meal ApplicationsIf you need to order Meal Applications, please contact your cafeteria manager.
Meal Application Confidentiality
Farm to School (F2S) Posters
Interested in booking the Café LA Ray mascot to visit your school site for a student assembly, please contact Dawn Soto at email@example.com
Student Assemblies - Featuring Café LA Ray
Policies & Procedures
BUL 1904.0 Civil Rights Guidelines
Commercial Vendors and Catering Truck Sales to Adults
Emergency Drinking Water-Attachment A
Reporting During Natural Disasters
Parent Letter-Special Ed Program Pricing
* Request for Field Trip Lunches
School Site Emergency Disaster Supplies Policy
Requesting Special Diets
Request for Use of the Cafeteria
Both Federal regulations and LAUSD Board Policy govern competitive Food Sales within the district. These policies exist in order to help ensure that we are creating healthy food environments on our campuses. If you would like assistance in creating a healthy food environment, please view the resources below and contact your AFSS for more resources and materials.
Approved Beverages 3-22-23
Approved Snacks 3-22-23
Approval Process for Snacks and Beverages for Competitive Food Sales
Fundraising and Student Rewards Ideas
LAUSD BUL-6292.1 Guidelines for Sales and Service of Non-School Meal Program Food/Beverages on School Campus
Regulations and Resources for Competitive Foods
LAUSD BUL 4994.0-Vendors at or Near School Campuses
LAUSD Food and Nutrition Policy Motion
LAUSD Food and Nutrition Implementation Plan
LAUSD Publication 464-Elementary
LAUSD Publication 465-Secondary
Save It For Later
After School Programs
This "first of a kind" supper program is being offered in over 500 schools across the District and is open to all students under the age of 18. Students are not required to be enrolled in either the school or the school's after school program in order to receive the supper.
After School Programs Resources
Request to Begin or Change Meal ServiceAfter School Snack ProgramUnder the National School Lunch Program, snacks can be served to children after their regular school day ends. The afterschool program must be organized, structured, supervised and approved by the district in order to receive snacks from Food Services.